I suggest introducing courses for young and creative crypto funds that have no idea how to deal with photos of their team members. We would show them what photos to choose, what is acceptable to use if you want to look legit and serious, and what is the best to show people you are scammers. If you didn’t understand it was just a joke based on my everyday experience. When I see dumb websites with clueless founders and managers who pretend to be reliable, but their laziness just rats them out. Fund3 is a good example of how small mistakes you cannot notice may ruin the first impression. The first and the last one at the same time. I don’t want to waste my time explaining what exactly went wrong. Just open their team page, scroll it down and if you’re picky you will understand what I mean. Does it look serious? Anything but serious. PS Actually, this website contains nothing useful. You don’t even know where the company is based. Is it in Santa Monica or in Hong Kong? Who knows. No one cares.
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