A couple of questions:
1. Can we get transparency on which specific members will be primarily driving these internal decisions?
2. While I hope we can stay on the happy path of up only in this market or having very small drawdowns, nothing is guaranteed. I see that you somewhat call out "the cost basis of our strategic assets must be less than 33% of the RFV of our Treasury" as one risk mitigation strategy, but can you also elaborate more on why this is an appropriate upper bound (besides the meme), as well as other risk mitigation strategies the team has come up with (for example, maybe reduce further bear risk if X token sees a Y% drop within a day).
What is the minimum threshold after which the team will reveal the asset(s) that it has accrued (could it be as simple as "we have acquired enough for now")? I see this was addressed in an earlier comment, where the team will only acquire assets from a bag of approved assets.
Could there be cases where the team acquires assets initially only to sell them before revealing what those assets were? I feel like since such a case can exist, will there be transparency on what the assets were and why we backed out on certain assets? Addressed after answering question (3) above.
5. What will the process look like if, after a while, the treasury team decides to reduce exposure to certain assets?