Furio Development Team Opts For Death By 1000 Papercuts

The FDT made changes again. Looking at FUR price action, the market doesn't like it. So here are some outside-the-box ideas to serve the community.

Scott Debevic

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In the late 18th century, Dr. Joseph-Ignace Guillotin invented the guillotine. If you aren't familiar with the guillotine, it's an apparatus designed to behead people with a blade that falls on the victim's neck. The guillotine didn't require an executioner with an ax; it's fast and probably less painful than capital punishment methods used today. Many people probably think the guillotine was a cruel invention, but it was created to make execution more humane.

The Furio Development Team (FDT) sensed the project was quickly bleeding out. So, as they have done multiple times before, they have decided to change the game's rules at halftime. If you are invested in Furio, you know what I'm talking about. First, they institute an LMS. Then they cut the token price in half to fund the LMS. Then they cut the token price by another 80% to further fund the LMS.

In the meantime, promises for generating income have been only promises. A casino was supposed to launch in August. Instead, it has been suspended indefinitely. An NFT marketplace has yet to arrive. A farm was supposed to appear in mid-January, which is also being delayed.

The only successful addition implemented has been a forex trading bot. And significantly more of the LMS's funds were allocated to the bot than initially announced. The bot has been running for months but has struggled to break even.

The Furio changes

Previously, investors were told that the LMS would be topped off if it fell to the $750,000 level. It fell to that level, and FDT shared it would be topped off in the next 7–10 days. Ten days later, the team completed an about-face and launched a new plan to eliminate the LMS and distribute the LMS funds (currently around $2.8 million) over 80 weeks via FUR buybacks and burns.

This amounts to an approximate $37,500 injected weekly. Further, they stated that this number could be higher **once the Furbot starts delivering its 8–10% monthly returns. Again, no clear…

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Scott Debevic

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