@MaVo, why do you do it? You had written a well constructed post to counter my argument but couldn't resist a thinly veiled threat and a little, adolescent, sweary insult at the end which ruined the whole thing
Both you and @Creon put forward good narratives but both contain conjecture presented as truth. If that is removed the rest of the narrative looks weaker.
What if the 'Seed Investors' aren't so mysterious and just choose to remain silent partners (I have worked for companies in the real world like that)?
What if Henry was a developer who built some things for Nu but then got hit by a car and that is why he was suddenly absent?
What if Jordan wasn't possibly probably taking a salary in the early days?
Or if he was, what if, when the peg broke, was replaced by the "initial partners" (or mysterious seed investors) for a paid project manager with strict instructions to turn the project around?
I'm not saying that what you write isn't entirely possible, I just shy away from presenting it as the solid truth when alternative narratives exist.
I'm sure Jordan was in it for the money as we're many other participants in the project. Given that everything possible was done to regain the peg I would say that the first option of huge success with the Nu project must be massively more lucrative than the second 'scam the network' option.
If that is the case, isn't it worth aiming for?
If everything that is bad for the network has been Jordan/Phoenix (if they are one and the same - having communicated with both, they do have very different styles), then surely this thread marks the start of a new period in Nu's history where there isn't such a tight hold by your proclaimed bad actor. Isn't that worth exploring?