Many developers and De-fi planners are proposing the idea of re-peg of LUNC.
A lot of ideas have been put forward in the last 6 months, but still no answers have been found.
It may be natural. We have been given a mission to create 98B dollars out of thin air. Not possible unless you’re the alchemist or wizard in the movies.
So they take a different approach. It’s not about recover USTC to $1, it’s about making it look like $1.
If the coin value reaches $1, the re-peg will be successful. It’s like Columbus’ egg. He succeeded in stand the egg. But the egg has lost its essence.
So, let me ask you a question here.
What does the LUNC community really want?
Every business starts with identifying customer needs.
Are they really wanting a $1 coin? Or do you want the 2 cent USTC to rise in price x 20?
Actually USTC $1 re-peg may not be what the community wants. It may be the price increase needed to get to $1. Fair enough.
Of course, not all communities think the same way. There may be people with a minority of different opinions, but this world is a structure where minority opinions are muted for the benefit of the majority. That’s why you need to figure out what the community wants first.
Once the right direction has been chosen, you need to design and market the product.
If you want to sell swimwear, you’ll have to go to the beach. If you sell swimsuits at the Grand Canyon, no one will buy yours.
Okay, you are a great educator and have written educational books that will be an inspiration for college students. By the way, no one will buy your book if you place it in children’s books section. Because they don’t know how great your book is.
Critically-beloved art directors are always in the spotlight at awards ceremonies. Their works are esoteric and profound. But they may not make much money from the movie.
The public loves blockbusters more than many art film masters. Because their movies aren’t deep, but they’re fun. So, the evaluations of the two are very different.
Of course, there are directors who are loved by both sides, like Steven Spielberg or James Cameroon. We call them masters or masterpiece. Is LUNC a masterpiece? It may have been, but not now.
Let’s take a closer look at the current situation of the LUNC chain and the needs of the community.
The community wants technological innovation in blockchain through LUNC.
Perhaps they don’t want a high degree of innovation from their L1 task force team.
The community wants to re-peg $1 USTC at the expense of the value of LUNC.
Well, as I mentioned before, they’re most likely looking at x50, not $1.
The community hopes that LUNC will use many utilities through LUNA’s dApp integration.
We all understand that there are technical problems here. TFL is working to overcome that, but a realistic alternative is to buy LUNA. But community don’t do that. Are there any other reasons?
The community wants the price of LUNC and USTC to return to their previous while maintaining the current system as it is.
This is a hypothetical ideal result. Everyone must be dreaming of this.
This is why the developer’s idea is meeting with so much opposition. There is no need to accuse them of not understanding your superior mechanisms. Because the plan you have in mind doesn’t fit their needs.
This is a trending meme in Korea. It is not my intention to imagine the community a monkey.
What I’m trying to say is, you have to get the public’s needs.
The secret to LUNC’s success in the past may not be that they have a better engineering team than any other chains.
They used to be the most prosperous of the algorithmic coin chains. So why did market makers and exchanges fund their projects?
What profit structure did they envision on this chain? If you consider their business revenue structure, you will find something behind the word $1.
It may not be $1 they are really after.
And in order to get their cooperation and LUNC to increase the price again, both the needs of the community and the needs of outside of investors must be met.
WEB3 can be established only when all participants benefit from it. It will be difficult for a chain to revive only with the ideology of decentralization.
This post may not appeal to all communities. Respect for diversity is also Crypto’s philosophy.
Even if you disagree with me, I respect you.