The first two paragraphs here give a possible answer:
Ofc, I only evaluate what I see and draw conclusions from it. I wouldn’t call Jordan a scammer lightly. The circumstantial evidence isn’t in favor of Jordan to say the least.
Does anyone here believe that Benjamin was no sock puppet of Jordan?
You focus on operational aspects, where I was merely pointing out that Jordan can only scam the most out of it, if he has sufficient control
Let me make accommodate you with thoughts about operational and economical aspects.
You say there was lack of direction. Why didn’t the shareholders direct them?
The cost of reliable decentralized liquidity provision can’T be determined by Nu, it can only be given by the markets.
Nu can either specify the cost (USD) or a part of the reliability (volume, spread). The market needs to sort the rest out.
To be more specific: Nu can determine two of the three (cost, volume, spread). The third needs to be made by the market.
They already earned that
Not possible to make that happen, unless you create a new community and shareholder base that’s free from Jordan and his sock puppets and minions as good as possible. How else will you deal with the billion NSR that got ‘lost’ and the mysterious seed investors?
Augeas would be a way to start that.
Why trying to get shares of such a corrupted project? You can’t beat Jordan in terms of control. Given the current minting rate, I bet of he wants, he can storm the network with some old shares and push any grant through. Nu is as decentralized project a lost cause.
Now Nu is a mere playing field. I will never buy a single NSR, but try to learn some lessons here. I have a hard time learning about economics here, but I learn about psychology