Watching LEO getting inevitably dumped got me thinking.
Could you guys offer Airdrops by unannounced installments as part of the setup process for new tokens?
Parts 2, 3 or 4 (or more, dealer's choice) dropped in daily or weekly installments; paid out based on amount held, maybe with a bonus for amount staked.
You'd have guys who reflexively dump every airdrop watch as the unannounced followup drops arrive and land on the people who bought their dumped tokens dirt cheap.
Even tokens with a single airdrop would benefit as there'd be no way to know if the single airdrop was the only one, or the first of many.
Some would still dump immediately, but others would hang on for 24 hours; others would hold out for a week.
Some would dump; miss the second drop, scramble to buy back for subsequent drops and discover that there were only ever going to be two.
Installments could be equal, tapering off, or even jack-potting.
We gamify the process and break some habits.
You'd want to keep total tokens accurate, so maybe hide installment tokens under 'Founders stake' (not inaccurate since the founder is distributing the tokens, you're just automating the process for him)
Steem-engine becomes a real easy sell.
Want to see your marketcap destroyed in minutes?
Launch on Ethereum, if not, come to Steem-engine.
What are your thoughts?
Would you like to see some more ambiguity around airdrops?
Are you somebody who dumps reflexively? Would this change your approach?
Would you be more likely to start a project under these circumstances? Would you airdrop by installments?
Anything I'm missing?