Repurchase all Justice, and then use Justice as the local currency for future treasury expenditures;
Buy 100e of Justice, and then increase the liquidity pool of Justice with the remaining eth. If there is any expenditure in the future, it can be paid by withdrawing the pool required for the expenditure.
Take 100e to add unilateral liquidity at the current price of the liquidity pool as a price base, and keep the other 100e.
The best analysis of what to expect I could find. Since a few hours ago - our fund has dropped further. It is now 292,229.56 USD
Edit - since writing this post 30 mins ago - it has gone back up to 289,183.69 USD. I guess the decision depends on how risk averse one is - one could wait two months and it could be worth 500K. Not even the so-called experts know.
So far, the voting options already in the discussion：
1，Continue to hold all eth；
2，Exchange all ETH to USDT；
3. Repurchase all Justice;
4，Exchange 50% of Eth to Justice, add 50% of Eth into liquidity pool;
5, Hold 50% of Eth, add 50% of ETh into liquidity pool;
6, Spread to more than one token; (From Rick, maybe needs detail options?)
This is just an option for voting, not a final decision. If the vote does not cover all possibilities, then the vote loses its meaning. Several of the options I’ve written about come from proposals from members of the community who, for better or for worse, represent one voice. As a voter, you only need to vote for the option you agree with.
Question right now also - the market is very fearful at the moment, and it might not be wise to change into stablecoin at a high rate right now. However, I would defer to the DAO here. I would however - and I must say this again - entirely avoid USDT.