[Passed] Motion to end LPC operations of KTm, Jamie and NSR sales of Jordan

The burn transaction is complete. You may view it on the block explorer by clicking the following txid link:



@jmiller Good job!
And @KTm When will do this job ?


NBT burn address: B53UwF2iJZBykmZqTxeYgxoTP4HNYtvEgW
Amount: 253,202 NBT (of the remaining 767,279 NBT held)

NSR burn address: SVNeTTKYGMujZ59DERpxkxwwXeBRHz28nf
Amount: 2,719,319 NSR (of the remaining 8,240,363 NSR held [CCEDK settlement funds])

I will include the transaction IDs of the burned funds once they appear in the block chain.


NBT Burn TxID in block: 307,390c6d670ca72a8bf2b2fd21f4043b66730af76a01645d9af8a050f87cfdf9f22b4

NSR Burn TxID in block: 307,403

This process always makes me think of Mike Caro burning benjamins at the poker table to make his opponents think he’s crazy. :smile:

A technical issue with burning by sending coins to fees seems to be that moneysupply reported by the client doesn’t show the consequence. Or does it?

It does.

The minor issue compared to the solution proposed in the motion is we can’t differentiate an accidental extra fee from a burning. But it’s correctly removed from the supply like normal fee.

This is great. Thanks.

Has any talk been done about when Nu is in high demand about not burning fees and instead putting them into walls or dividends?

In regards to dividends, our FAQ answers it here: https://nubits.com/about/faqs#why-are-nushare-dividends-paid-in-peercoin

We require an asset external to our system to distribute dividends. The purpose of creating NuBits is primarily to meet increased demand for NuBits in a way that prevents the rise of the NuBit price. If we distributed NuBits to shareholders instead of bringing them directly to market, there would be no way of knowing whether shareholders would hold them or sell them, or for how long they would hold them. It wouldn’t permit the network to tightly control the supply of available NuBits, which is necessary to maintain the pegged price.

Destroying NBT as transaction fees means that brand-new NBT must be purchased from custodians if demand is static or growing. Those new NBT can eventually be sold for dividends if shareholders choose that outcome.


This morning I conducted the third burn of shareholder funds (NBT and NSR) under custodianship as required by this passed motion.

NBT Burn

Amount: 257,031.985 NBT (50% of remaining 514,063 NBT held)
Transaction ID: 874477c08257837cc32d0238699a7b536f3bf6c1e6d2cb86c512ab3660bd5d80

NSR Burn

Amount: 2,760,487.6 NSR (50% of remaining 5,520,975 NSR held)
Transaction ID: 10981786a8d87009bd4e672f97666c6fa0cf4601172ff9d77878f33e288c78bf

Baring any changes to the requirements, the remaining NBT and NSR held in my possession will be burned within the next month.

Additional Information:
The ~24k EUR on the buy side of the CCEDK NBT/EUR market that I am the custodian of will be continue to be provided as liquidity until it is exhausted. NBT acquired from this trading pair will be burned either as part of the final burn or as an additional burn after that point as required.



I have burned all NBT held in excess of 250,000. As you may recall, I have received only 1 grant of 200,000 NBT. Additionally, all contributors except those receiving custodial grants and those receiving NSR have been paid with NBT I supplied. This means 346,215 NBT plus all the NBT paid to contributors was purchased on the open market to support the peg.

NBT Burn

Amount: 396,215.4116 NBT (leaving 250,000 remaining)
Transaction ID: c504f9c0d09cfc6cc155e73931dc5bf450f2ab85ae72649b047177485101bcae


178.67 BTC is still locked up on Bter. These funds will be converted to NBT and burned when they are finally released. For now, they will not be included in this 50% burn calculation.

All Bter points and securities were used to buy 22.9 BTC on April 22nd, which was sent to Poloniex to support the buy side.

Bitspark.io has been removed from supported exchanges and those funds were sent to Poloniex or to offline storage.

Currently managed funds:

BTC: 0.58 (136.22 NBT)
NBT: 929.27

BTC: 17.72 (4161.8964 NBT)
NBT: 34459.02

Off Exchange
BTC: 0
NBT: 137393.9
NSR: 667282 (1894 NBT)

Rates used:
Coinmarketcap.com (NSR)
5/6/15 21:02 UTC

Coinmarketcap.com (BTC)
234.87 USD
5/6/15 21:02 UTC

Total managed funds:
178974.77 NBT

50% to be burned:
87592.92 NBT to BMJnwCJEf5PTsmF2o63HamU5hWK2nRfVVJ
667282 NSR (1894 NBT) to SY3uXFitM2LQcWCph8hXQM2hj5kJDUn4N6

Edit: Changed NSR burn address


The burns are complete.

NBT: e2add6ff8d2b40062a853c83bb821105efc58b78655766c279c3e410b5eb85e8
NSR: dc63b19eed1f86a90d8fb02899c58310eaeb98fd50b310df065350ce7f385519


We should see the final burns from @jmiller and @KTm in the next 4 days. That’s very exciting. We have almost completed the transition to decentralized liquidity that has no counterparty risk from the point of view of the network. Never again will Nu be plagued with the loss of shareholder funds as a result of an exchange default, as happened with BTER, CCEDK and Excoin.

Jamie has funds on BTER that can’t be withdrawn and Kiara has funds on CCEDK that can’t be withdrawn as a result of the hacks on those exchanges, so they will continue to manage those as shareholder funds until they are released or defaulted on.


Providing decentralized liquidity is a success story that is at not yet in full bloom. But Nu already begins to have positive effects from it.
A lot of money is being operated by @henry in NuLagoon and even more in the 3 TLLP pools operated by @Cybnate, @Nagalim, @willy & @woolly_sammoth (in alphabetical order).

Now Nu needs to care for the robustness of the liquidity providing as it would be a big blow for the ability to keep the peg if the decentralized liquidity providing would be impacted by human or software failure.
The counterparty risk has been shifted from the Nu network to the liquidity providers. They need to be provided with proper tools and need fairly compensated for the risk they take. The competition will sort out what can be considered fair :wink:

I don’t wanna spoil the party (which I feel the Nu network should have considering these achievements) and I think the success of Nu is on very solid ground; I just wanted to say that Nu still is responsible for the liquidity (albeit not directly) and that the money is well spent on the pools - to provide liquidity and to provide an entry for people into Nu!

I’m looking forward to see @henry’s multi-signature pools and I’m looking forward to see improved versions of TLLP pool software and so much more TLLP pools on so much more exchanges!



Final burns is ok ?


The final set of currency burns occurred earlier this afternoon.

NBT Burn

Amount: 257031.885 NBT
Transaction ID: 399b6bae558c91a4f374083b88277601d033300c73939d79f19d859e7c4128c1

NSR Burn

Amount: 2,760,487.6 NSR
Transaction ID: 6b6d8be172355276b62d9a7918dc9aa8085cc261088390f61903598c1832352b

This represents the full amount of funds held (grant NBT and NSR from the settlement) that are not currently on exchange in the form of “buy-side” EUR, on CCEDK, or funds that were lost during the Exco.in and CCEDK exchange attacks in February. I am still seeking resolution to recover those funds, and I’ll put together a new post in the coming days detailing the remaining amounts that I’m seeking to recover.

At the same time I’ll try to see if it’s possible to consolidate as many of my operational logs as possible to make them available to the community for data analysis. I’ll start to review the different operating accounts that have logs to confirm that I have the bulk of them in a place that is accessible* and then evaluate what it would take to put them together in a collection.

Thank you for allowing me to act as a custodian for your funds. We encountered a significant number of unexpected challenges along the way, but even with the difficulties I’m proud to have been able to contribute to the network’s early days. Many of the conversations and proposals that I’ve read here on the forums would not have been possible to have without the large number of different events and situations that we’ve come across.


* I know for sure that the tranasctional from BTER during the early to middle of September are not available. BTER did not have a way of accessing this information beyond 24 hours after the trade occurred and I did not know about this until it was too late. I did not operate long on BTER before @jmiller started her operations, so the missing trade records only represent a tiny fraction of my total operations.


Your effort is great;y appreciated, Kiara.

Hi Everyone,

Please accept my apologies for the delay in processing this round of burns. I’m working through an issue with Allcoin where the final withdraw of 1929.27 NBT failed to be transferred and was not returned to account balance. Also, the Poloniex withdraw process is taking a few days longer than originally expected due to their recent withdraw limit changes. I will provide a detailed update very soon. Thank you for your patience.



Any update?

By the way, I am wondering about the amount of this commission. And was it eventually granted?