Recently JL performed an auction of NSRs to get some new funding not only to support the peg but also to finance the development of Nu.
That reminded me of the fact that Nu is also a startup, somehow.
I would like to get an answer to the following questions ideally:
1- who are the current shareholders?
2- what is the current funding of Nu?
3- who are the employees of Nu (that receive a monthly salary)?
4- what would be the amount of the next round of funding needed, if any?
I guess the answer to 1- is “any owner of NSRs” .
So let me rephrase it as follows: to which extent the shares are distributed? to which extent is the decision-making power (the voting power) decentralized?
In other words, what is the distribution diagram of the shares?
I think it is very important to show the world (while proving it) that Nu’s voting is distributed and decentralized.
Not only we do not want to have a situation in which a handful of shareholders control the network from a democratic perspective but remember the security of the network (its trust-less, decentralized aspect) depends on the distribution of the minting power.