-The choices we make are ultimately our responsibility.-

-The choices we make are ultimately our responsibility.-

The choices we make are ultimately our responsibility. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt   Our daily lives consist of many choices. How many choices have you made in your life? What did you think and choose when you made your choice? There may not be many impressive choices that you can recall immediately. Some are trivial choices that you make without thinking, while others are important choices that you make that change your life after many days of thinking. However, some people have made even small choices with great results. In a concrete example, the early adopters of Bitcoin fall into this category. In the early days, you could buy 1309.03 bitcoins for $1. If you were a bit interested in Bitcoin, you might have been able to make the purchase without worrying. I hear that there are many people who have made too little choices and forgot where they stored their Bitcoins. As you can see, what you think is a big choice doesn’t always lead to big results, and casual choices often lead to big roads. You’ve probably decided everything yourself, or someone you trust. Either way, if you know that you’re the one who made the choice, and that any choice that affects your life is all your own responsibility, you’re less likely to regret it after you make the choice. Based on this theory, how do you incorporate options into TRIAM NETWORK? It is to clarify and incorporate the choices that can be undone and those that cannot. A system that is easy to change is easy to use as a flexible system. If you can change the number of tokens issued, you can increase the number but not decrease it. Increasing Tokens frequently may not be good business practice. Instead of giving users more freedom and letting […]

The choices we make are ultimately our responsibility.
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt

 

Our daily lives consist of many choices.
How many choices have you made in your life?

What did you think and choose when you made your choice?

There may not be many impressive choices that you can recall immediately.
Some are trivial choices that you make without thinking, while others are important choices that you make that change your life after many days of thinking.
However, some people have made even small choices with great results.

In a concrete example, the early adopters of Bitcoin fall into this category.
In the early days, you could buy 1309.03 bitcoins for $1.

If you were a bit interested in Bitcoin, you might have been able to make the purchase without worrying.
I hear that there are many people who have made too little choices and forgot where they stored their Bitcoins.

As you can see, what you think is a big choice doesn’t always lead to big results, and casual choices often lead to big roads.

You’ve probably decided everything yourself, or someone you trust.

Either way, if you know that you’re the one who made the choice, and that any choice that affects your life is all your own responsibility, you’re less likely to regret it after you make the choice.

Based on this theory, how do you incorporate options into TRIAM NETWORK?
It is to clarify and incorporate the choices that can be undone and those that cannot.

A system that is easy to change is easy to use as a flexible system.
If you can change the number of tokens issued, you can increase the number but not decrease it.
Increasing Tokens frequently may not be good business practice.

Instead of giving users more freedom and letting them know how to use it, we are building a system where we select a broad line.

‘Maximizing freedom and choice based on safety’

Stay tuned for the new features we will be releasing in the future.

 

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