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How should the Tezos network support tokens?
Not at all: Tezos should not support token creation on-chain or in the protocol
Keeps the blockchain specialised leading to a smaller blockchain size. When token creation is supported on-chain this leaves the original chain with data which becomes irrelevant to its own function.
Having only one token in Tezos keeps the incentives aligned with improving the protocol and creating sidechains rather than forking segregated networks.
Native tokens bring growth opportunities to projects. It helps them raise more money, have an extra token fund for various needs, and helps them create new beneficial mechanisms through the usage of native tokens.
Token sales can bring extra financial resources to Tezos Network from outside of Tezos community.
Without native tokens, most projects need to be funded by Tezos Foundation for raising money. Having mostly dependent on grant-based funding can deplete the funds of Tezos Network faster.
The projects based on Tezos without native tokens, will have a harder time to compete with the projects on other networks, which have their own native tokens.
Due to SWOT, most projects that want to reach bigger scales of growth, will choose other smart contract networks with native tokens.