For those that have a demand-side component, there is likely to be an MV = PQ sleeve, requiring sum-of-the parts models
Such assets will only succeed if they power a network that produces 1) an in-demand, novel service, or 2) an established service on-par in quality to existing competitors, but > 50% cheaper.
So while we may see sketchy things being done now, it's important to realize the progression doesn't end here.
While any single project may think they're doing the best thing by defending themselves, if you think of "crypto as a collective," such behavior inhibits us from reaching our maximum potential.
Decisions will also need to be made about how decisions will be made.
Deciding to create no structure for how decisions will be made is a decision in-and-of-itself.
Having tools to resolve differences, or agree to disagree, and then move forward as a collective, is important for a #cryptonetwork to remain maximally diverse yet cohesive.