With articles I either personally wrote for you (one example: http://www.einpresswire.com/article/239085275/welcome-to-a-nu-world-of-stable-digital-currency), or using barely re-worded sections of the content we wrote for nubits.com (any CryptoArticle piece on www.nubits.com/news), sure. We viewed those articles as an honest effort at helping a partner exchange attract new customers. It’s too bad you feel that Nu contributed nothing to those efforts.
You clearly are suggesting this with your long-winded and martyred tone.
No, you have been treated as an exchange that dishonestly tried to keep a theft quiet, attacked our team’s ethics, and ignored questions from @JordanLee as to why you suggested it was Nu’s fault that BTC was stolen from your system. It is disappointing to watch your failed strategy of hoping that prolonged silence will make traders forget that CCEDK has still not made a public statement or apology on its website.
Nu is heading towards an era of larger, more trustworthy centralized exchanges, with the goal of one day establishing reliable operations on trustless decentralized exchanges. I have no idea what would motivate someone to use CCEDK at this point.