Anyone can at any time discuss, draft, and publish a motion for shareholders to vote on. What hasn't been happening a lot is actual discussion, mostly wishes for it. If people want to be part of the decisions made, they'll have to give arguments for their ideas to convince those in power. Either the team or the shareholders.
Nu shareholder BCC are worth around $50,000. They'll conceivably rise in value if Bitcoin Cash takes off, and likely lose value if interest dies. It's always a gamble. Keeping the BCC seems to carry least risk.
To take on more NuBit pairs, we need liquidity management to be quick and easy. That's why I have the team focused on getting multisig operating with automated notifications, simple and reasonably secure mobile signing, and automatically generated transactions. We have almost agreed on terms for the multisig team.