Forgive me if this is a bad idea, or has already been considered - but why not make a NuBit 99 cents?
This idea occurred to me today, following my wondering about Tether’s viability on another thread.
What are the advantages? Nu gets one cent for every NuBit sold, which helps solve the revenue problem.
What are the disadvantages? Market buyers will be conscious that they are not getting a full dollar.
But is that actually a disadvantage? There’s no such thing as a free lunch, and market operators will be suspicious of a company that offers a dollar crypto-coin for one dollar, since Nu cannot be perceived as funding itself.
Market operators will, however, have greater confidence in NuBits if they know they are paying a commission. They will simply incorporate that one per cent expense into their expectations.
Any thoughts on this idea?