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Should the managers CAP the amount of investments they get from a single investor ?

GVT Bull 2 years ago in Other updated by Genesis Vision Support 2 years ago 3

Should the system try to give a chance for the tiny investors to get into big money managers, or should we just rely on the first come first served approach ?

My opinion is we should strictly rely on first come first served, the manager should not care where the money is coming from, or how evenly it is spread between investors - The manager should strictly follow his best interest, in managing the money as good as he can in order to collect the success fee.

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This could also be percentage based limits. Basically, one person could not fund 100% of a manager. If a person with deep pockets takes up 100% of the top manager's funds forever, this will negatively impact mass adoption as people with smaller bags will  be forced to use lower returning managers. While I don't think hard caps should be put in place, I also don't think someone should be able to buy all 100%. Maybe meet in the middle somewhere, where no one person can own more than 25% of a manager's tokens? But what's keeping them from just creating another account though. This may just not be a solvable problem, and until a manager reaches a high enough level we'll just have to live with it.

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Thx for your feedback! It is a question is connected with the rule "first come - first served". So, a size of investment funds is not connected with a chance to get profit. Although, in the future a current investment process will be changed since it is obvious not comfortable for all the participants. Follow the update!