This person is asking how to deal with all the motions, nu是一个复杂的系统 means ‘Nu is a complex system’.
@luxiang7890 wants to invest, but has questions.
- How is NSR distributed, specifically in the IPO and to initial developers?
- Nbt needs to withstand a lot of transactions to be the world’s stable currency. How many Tx/s max?
- Nu client is slow, is there a webwallet version?
Only @JordanLee knows the initial distribution, but the important point is that there were no free NSR given out to anyone. All members of the initial development team paid for their own shares from the undistributed pool at varying market rates. Jordan placed caps on the maximum amount of NSR any one person could have so as to promote widespread decentralization. I think most early purchasers were limited to 5,000,000 NSR maximum. The Undistributed NuShares thread is here: Undistributed NuShares
We’re already the world’s first stable decentralized digital currency. I’m not sure what the current theoretical maximum is for transactions per second, but there are a number of development improvements that can be made to scale that capacity upwards if needed. We are far from hitting the current theoretical maximum so that development hasn’t been prioritized yet.
Nu v2.1 will be arriving soon, which will feature significant improvements to speed and memory usage. There is no official Nu web wallet yet, but there is a community member who has created an early beta version of one: NuBits Online Wallet.
If someone could translate this for @luxiang7890 that would be appreciated!
在开始时投资者收购NSR. 我想0.002NBT/NSR. 没有人知道谁得到了他们，但@JordanLee
快十倍BTC. 共识是我们容易, 我们可以改进
Nu2.1帮助. 网页版的 : https://nubits.mintr.org/
Are there any nbt merchants? What steps are we taking to allow people to buy stuff abroad using nbt?
What’s the connection between nbt and nsr market caps?
This one’s about marketing. Dash and nxt release big reports and make big marketing campaigns. What plans do we have for that?
- The most reliable channel is purse.io via NuDroid and Shapeshift. I’ve made some purchases and it works, at least for now. It doesn’t ship out of US though.
- The market cap of NSR should be roughly equal to the long term NBT supply. Now the marketcap of NSR is much larger than the NBT supply, which reflects the investments made for development and the assets committed to maintaining the peg.
- We have a few ads (there are people more knowledgeable about this), but the largest advertisement we’ve had were the IPO and B&C exchange. I agree we should be more aggressive about it.
In principle you can pay everywhere with NuDroid where Bitcoins are accepted on check-out.
We also had the NuDroid advertisement campaign which combined the NuDroid and NuBits product. It was run for in total 2 months on the front page of coinmarketcap.com. The banner we used can be found here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1117925. That thread is also to spread the word outside this community.
I think a pretty good way to use nubit everywhere is getting a nubit-backed debit/credit card like the one offered on ccedk. Everywhere you swipe your card you spend nubits. It’s not as futurisc as many have crypto in mind, but we are talking about widely use NOW. To lower exchange risk try cards from cryptsy and coinomat, too.
@luxiang7890 if you can understand english, I’ll answer that directly. A big NBT buy would indeed increase the value of NSR. We like to keep the nsr marketcap much higher than the nbt marketcap, but it is not our only source of funds. We keep money (btc) in a reserve for our developers, for instance, and can use that money to support the peg if need be.
Our developers are contracted by motion and grant written on the block chain and are pseudo anonymous (they operate under a name here on the forum, though no one knows their real life identities).