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A summation of everything written above is pretty simple. You will notice the theme of all of the above text is that you should have absolutely no expectations of any sort, regarding anything, and if anything goes wrong, you shouldn’t look for any sort of redress anywhere, and you will receive none. Everything is subject to change at any time. Software is difficult, and never perfect. Blockchain software is even harder.
In such a volatile space, things could go terribly wrong, so never put down what you aren’t willing to lose. A common mistake users make is to send their cryptocurrency directly to a contract address on Ethereum or similar smart contract enabled blockchain. The moral of the story here is, on the blockchain, it’s very easy to make mistakes, and you must be very careful.