Do you still wonder why people don’t want to accept that offer and take the volatility risk (between they trade their BTC with you for NBT and have BTC back by trading them for the received NBT)?
What’s the incentive for somebody who holds BTC to trade them for NBT if only to put the NBT in T1 and receive BTC back over time?
Or why should somebody trade whatever crypto he has to BTC only to trade them with you for NBT?
There’s a lot of potential for loss and effort included, but no gain.
If you want to push more NBT in a market which hungers for NBT (that seems to be the case at the moment), you might need to consider alternatives.
One of them is selling the NBT even cheaper off-exchange.
Another one is this (in short): give people to (hopefully) trusted community members who sell the NBT for BTC and send the BTC to the T4 buy side address - very much like @Nagalim proposed here:
I have an idea regarding NBT “entry and exit gateways” to deal with situations in which the peg is in danger and which I’m going to write soon in a post. I’ve already sketched parts of it here.
The idea was put on paper:
It will be better as soon as the compensation model for providing liquidity has transitioned to fixed cost (putting funds on a side with low volume is compensated better than putting funds on a side with sufficient volume), but that will take some time and Nu needs to act now!