Basically, I am advocating some guidelines about when to and when not to, but in the end I’ll be saying something like this:
“Any NuOwned operation may freely withdraw funds to another NuOwned operation, provided that operation is active. ‘Active’ operations are those that are in control of greater than 1000 NBT of funds and have an operator who has been in communication with shareholders in the last week. Received funds from any NuOwned operation are to be treated just like funds received from FLOT and T4. Efforts should be taken to avoid extraneous transactions and to keep fees on foreign blockchains to a minimum.”
I still want to talk about accountability though. I’m worried about something like black-listed BTC being hot-potato’d around to different operations, but maybe I’m just overthinking it. The thing is, it’s hard to come up with ways in which someone could act maliciously by giving someone else funds. The worst I can come up with is if Nu has a faulty operation and I start taking advantage of it, I can dump all my NuOwned funds into that operation to take more advantage. But that’s such a farfetched situation for a whole lot of reasons.