@Phoenix sets the policy and I work independently according to it. About my trading beyond what I write here he only knows policy and when I request more NuShares. The policy isn't public with the rationale of avoiding disadvantaging Nu on the market. I hope we can work with a public policy in normal operations after recovery. Exchange logs will be published at a delay (not decided yet). All my Poloniex exchange logs up until 2016–10–27 are available at https://github.com/NuTrading. I failed to export from Bittrex.
I think all addresses I use on behalf of Nu are public, making BTC, NSR, and US-NBT movements in my Nu operations transparent except for those withdrawn from an exchange which you can not see until I publish logs unless it's to a publicly identified address.
Trying to think of any transaction I've made from an exchange directly to an unidentified address. I now withdraw to Nu BTC @jooize for such transactions, but I may have not somewhere earlier. Checked logs. All withdrawals have been publicly accounted for. One payment was made from Nu Poloniex Gateway @jooize.
To somewhat verify the withdrawal logs, one could check whether the value withdrawn corresponds to approximate expected rates of traded deposits, but that seems like a lot of work.
Hadn't listed my US-NBT burn address and NuShare auction address there.
Nu Burn US-NBT @jooize
Nu Blind Auction NSR Auctioneer @jooize
The extra work of including amounts is something I'm trying to avoid.