What can I do if, for example, hackers find a way to exploit my smart contract code? How would I protect the community's funds as quickly as possible if a bug is discovered? This is where the pausability feature for Smart Contracts or dApps comes into play. The ability to pause a smart contract is powerful, but on the flip side, it can affect consumer trust in your dApp or smart contract. For example, a consumer purchasing a token through an ICO may agree to a temporary pause in future transfers, but may not want that pause to last forever or to be able to re-implement it without notice. If consumers know that a pause feature is possible and can be applied at any time, this may lead to questions about the integrity of your dApp or smart contract. Implementing a way to permanently remove a pause after a certain time or under certain conditions might be a good idea that is important for your case.