As much as I don’t like the idea of projects potentially claiming their SUSHI and selling it immediately on the open market, I agree with @BoringCrypto here. Instead of taking a defensive tact and blocking these projects from claiming their SUSHI, we should be focused on creating value for the token and ecosystem that incentivizes these projects to hold their SUSHI much like Tesla holding BTC to their treasury. Reputation is everything, and given all of the drama we have gotten past in the last few months, I think it wise to do whatever we can to be good crypto citizens.
Yes, these projects could potentially dump their SUSHI, and the short-term impact on price would not be ideal (I for one would LOVE the opportunity to load up on more SUSHI at a discount). However, as anyone who has been in the crypto space long enough knows, once these projects capitulate and sell, that sets us up for a much stronger recovery and upward trajectory. If they want to sell, let them sell. They’re obviously not believers and this just distributes the tokens to people who are believers and support the future of SUSHI.