One thing shareholders should take note of is that BCE developments funds are currently all held in NBT. If there are problems with Nu buy side liquidity, the full time developers might not be able to pay their bills.
I think B&C Exchange will need reassurance from Nu that NSR holders will commit to allowing B&C Exchange to be funded adequately
Some people could afford to develop and accept non-liquid BKS for payment. This may help speeding up the development process, to launch the exchange for a next round of funding.
BCE is acting just like any other customer in matters of NBT and should be treated like that.
When BCE parked NBT, that weren’t really in circulation, because they were reserved for paying for development, nobody complained, because it was ok to act this way - BCE is just a customer, with regard to NBT.
Of course BCE is an offspring of Nu. But that shouldn’t give priority over other customers in matters of trading NBT.
BCE needs to wait like all other customers until the situation is less stressed, pay an uplift of 5%, or run a single side (sell side) NuBot at a tigther spread than the gateways to trade NBT for BTC.
If the situation stays as stressed as it’s now for a longer time, I might shift this view.
They could just stop working altogether. We can’t ask BCE devs to have the same commitment to Nu as NSR holders do. Crowdsales are probably the path of least resistance, but it’s a matter of cost-effectiveness to grant BKS to devs or to random guys on bitcointalk.