This is quite unusual. I haven't encountered a request to set a spending cap before. It's interesting how the contract automatically takes a percentage and sends it to someone at their MetaMask address. However, the fact that someone has the power to alter the spending limit raises some concerns. Thank goodness bTR3B has a contract with nothing like this going to one wallet. While yes the tax is expensive, 10% goes back to hodlers while 5% goes to liquidity.
To be honest, I'm not entirely confident in my ability to read contracts, but this arrangement doesn't seem entirely secure or fair and should be investigated further.
Having a look at the partner list on this server. You'll notice that PrimeStyleLtd has been removed. Additionally, there was an attempt to initiate a bTR3B drop, but the message was automatically deleted from the airdrop channel. After thinking it through, it was figured out what happened.
It's best to stay calm and collected in a proceeding. Also, be mindful of the fact that there may be people who are not trustworthy and who may try to undermine our efforts. Being cautious and deliberate in moving forward, it's important to remember that not everyone has our best interests at heart, and practice being vigilant of who wishes to partner with us.
Deciding to reduce workloads by cutting back on the number of servers certainly has brought to the attention of motives. Managing multiple servers has become a headache as they seem to serve themselves without giving back any benefits. Dealing with the consequences of some of these servers being compromised has left a feeling of frustration and disillusionment. Unfortunately, reputation has also suffered due to the actions of others. Therefore, laying low and focusing on recovering from the losses while planning the next move is important.
Repeating the same mistakes is a surefire way to failure. That's why I've taken steps to ensure we have a reliable and trustworthy team in place. To that end, I've appointed @googoomuck as CFO, @Empowered as Lead Investor, and @0xReKtFreak as Lead Developer as part of the team. This provides checks and balances, which is crucial because we've learned that decentralization doesn't work without accountability. Scammers take advantage of the lack of oversight, which is something we want to avoid at all costs.
While making money is undoubtedly important, I believe that doing things right and with integrity is just as vital. Looking at all of you, I see a commitment to honor and doing things the right way. As we continue to grow, our goal is to eventually move towards full decentralization. However, at this early stage, it's necessary to have structure and accountability to prevent scams from occurring.
I look forward to comments and opinions---Pharaoh