March 8, 2016, 11:46am
Hi guys, I know there are existing threads on the topic. Those have not proven enlightening as to the current state of affairs.
Can someone please simply state how the NuShares dividend process has worked over the past 12 months, how it will work going forward and where I can explore the price and dividend data if that is possible?
Two dividend distributions have been performed since the network launched.
Good morning, Shareholders.
Following the agreement set forth in
this motion, I have made the first of two "Period 001" dividend distributions.
50,000 NBT worth of peercoin based on the value of PPC/USD when the motion passed at 20:50 GMT was: $0.732 PPC/USD
68,306 PPC were purchased and distributed to 481 unique addresses held as of 16:00 GMT on 18-Nov-2014.
Period 001B's distribution will occur as soon as the remaining 22,000 NBT's worth of sales (at a 10% withholding rate) occur now t…
In accordance with the conditions in the recently passed
modified dividend distribution structure of my custodian grant, the last and final "Period 001" dividend has now been satisfied.
741 NSR addresses* received a proportional distribution of 65,547 PPC.
The 65,547 PPC distributed represent 20,000 NBT worth of value using the exchange rate of 0.305120 NBT/PPC at the time that the motion was passed.
Future dividends will be paid according to the schedule approved by Shar…
Since those distributions shareholders have decided that NuShares buybacks are a preferred use of network funds, and dividend distributions have been put on hold indefinitely.
While it is our long term goal to eliminate holding reserves at all, until we can guarantee a large amount of decentralised liquidity for a long period of time, some reserves are necessary. As I have mentioned recently, I hope others will step up and hold that reserve using multisig addresses. Notwithstanding our plans for improvement in the coming months, a temporary framework for managing tier 4 buy side liquidity is needed at the present time.
If the tier 4 buy side is too big, it increase…
Similar question was asked here and there is some extra info.
Has the community considered keeping a "sticky" record of all dividend distributions at the top of this forum? How many dividend distributions have there been? Will there be anymore?
I am considering making a long term investment in Nushares, but the future of dividend payments will have a great effect on my decision. Thank you in advance for any answers.
March 8, 2016, 12:03pm
See this already conflicts with what I’ve heard; IE that there was a Peercoin payout last year even after the decision to only do a burn was voted in.
Also where can I get the information on the payouts to calculate the ROI. Were there really only 2 pay outs.
I’m not sure where you heard that, but to my recollection there were two payouts. That’s it. Anyone can submit dividends through the network from the client, but there has only been two official distributions from shareholder funds. The last one being in January of 2015. You can find more information about the payouts from the first two links I shared.
Talking about dividends, the BKS distribution should be mentioned here as well:
Between BlockShare and Peercoin dividends, $409,811 has been issued as dividends over the 10 month life of NuShares. With the current NSR market cap of $1,695,396, that is 24.2% dividend, and an annual dividend yield of 29.04%. This is almost unheard of.
March 8, 2016, 12:41pm
as i know ，we have 3 time dividend including BKS
March 8, 2016, 1:07pm
So what has been the ROI for those 3 dividends?
How shall I format it, to make accessing the information easier?
Between BlockShare and Peercoin dividends, $409,811 has been issued as dividends over the 10 month life of NuShares. With the current NSR market cap of $1,695,396, that is
24.2% dividend, and an annual dividend yield of 29.04%. This is almost unheard of.
March 8, 2016, 1:38pm
Firstly, I’m here in good faith, your reply is unclear, it still does not include the means and impact of the buyback. Secondly your attitude is unappreciated.
Sorry sometimes my memory is failling me.
I beg your pardon.
You are aware that you were asking for the ROI of the dividends, although the answer to that question was 2 posts above it?
I seriously meant to make it easier for you to get the information by formatting the relevant information in bold letters.
The impact of buybacks is very difficult to calculate, because you have no information about how the rate would have moved without buybacks.
In general the assumption seems to be valid, that buybacks increase the value of a corporation through three ways:
increasing the future dividends per share