To be honest, I speak for myself and I think for many other people, that my expectations are high. Due to the wait and the documentation released so far.
But what I really hope is that over these 2+ years of development the team has learned to not repeat past mistakes, the team has the "game change" in hand, the chance to start a product without a history of bugs. I expect some partnerships, a return to marketing to attract users, wanting to actually increase the marketcap, with YouTubers/influencers, more posts. Obviously, for FuturX to be usable, it doesn't need to be at a level of perfection, for a launch, it can be polished later. But all of its basic functions are at operational levels. I see that the team needs to do the basics well. Engage the community, plan the launch carefully, find real partners, and this time surprise everyone who was expecting something not so good.
You have a good team, good structure, focus on solving this futures technical problem, please PRIORITIZE, paying the users of the old stake futures, migrating them to the new pool. This will completely return the trust of the old community to the new product, this does not have to be negotiable, it has to be done.
I was a little redundant, because in the past, old releases got the basics wrong (in the eyes of the community). Analyze the old ones, to do much better now, and take us to the top, from where we were supposed to be.
We trust the team, and in the end our demands/concerns are because we REALLY want the project to be right, in its technology being used and with the return on our investments that we will always continue to do.