2) More fair distribution vs price per coin. There are only 4.5 millions BRO offered in the ICO and an uncapped ICO would not allow the Bill Gates to scoop up most or all of the coins

Not really. 'Bill Gates' or the 'whales' can still dump more btc than any other users and gain a higher % of the coins.

Example 1: If 10 people give 10btc or 1 btc each, it wont matter. They each get 1/10th of the 4.5 million coins with equal buy-ins. The only thing that changes is the theoretical market cap. No 'Bill Gates' here but this will not happen either.

Example 2: If 9 people give 1btc and 1 person gives 10btc, the MC is 19btc or 236,842bro per btc. 9 people get 236,842bro and 1 person gets 2,368,420bro. You have a 'Bill Gates'.

Example 3: If 100 people give an avg of .5btc each and 10 people give an average of 5btc each, you have a MC of 100 btc or 45,000bro per btc. 100 people get avg of 22,500bro each and 10 people get 225,000bro each. Now you have 10 'Bill Gates'.

Of course these are over simplified but the idea is still the same no matter how many investors join or the amount of btc paid in. You will always have a 'Bill Gates'. The idea of an uncapped ICO not allowing a 'Bill Gates' is erroneous imho.

3) The assumption that uncapped ICO will generate money money than a capped ICO is erroneous imho

Really? Did you see how much bitcoin the Ether project raised with their uncapped ICO? An uncapped ICOs will most likely not benefit the investors unless very little bitcoin is paid in. Based on past experiences, it will almost certainly only benefit you, the devs.

Potential ICO investors, remember this is a ICO/POW coin. Miners are generally dumpers. Looks like there are coins being given away free as well. These can be dumped at any price. You are paying a flat fee for the coins but you have no idea what that fee will be. It will change as more btc is paid in. Things actually get worse as you have more investors spending more btc. Roughly 9,500bro will be mined every day. As the potential market cap grows from the ICO, the daily cost in keeping the market price steady will increase.

**Will the amount of BTC raised be public so that investors can judge their potential holdings and cost per BRO?**I'm very, very interested in getting in on this coin but the uncapped limit is almost a deal breaker. I'd only be a buyer at the end of the 30 days and with less than 500 btc raised. That puts the MC low and at a really reasonable price.