On their own, the incentives incorporated into Hypothesis may be valid, but it is in their interweaving that they become fundamentally transformed in their cumulative potential efficacy. Whether such a transformation leads to an overall strengthening or weakening of that efficacy remains to be seen. The limited input that Hypothesis has been constructed to receive—questions, resolution choices, Context, comments and likes—may not be enough to accurately represent the accountability, Usefulness and intuition of its stakeholders. Conversely, while we intend for Hypothesis’ formulas to be grounded in truth, the scientific answer to whether or not they actually are may not matter, insofar that it is ultimately up to users whether or not they trust that those formulas adequately represent the things they are meant to. Whether Hypothesis is structured in a way that it leads to such trust can only be proven by its stakeholders.