I agree with @Dhume on what he said here. Now that we are completely rid of the negative influence of Jordan/Phoenix and have left him behind with Nu and B&C, our share supply is not tampered with and we have the ability to run a real business. I believe B&C Exchange always made a lot more sense than Nu. It has a way to generate actual revenue through the sale and consumption of credits.
To this day Nu still doesn't have a valid way to earn enough revenue, plus the fact that there are a lot more competitors now with lots of funding as Dhume mentioned. I believe we would do much better by focusing on the DAO that already has a valid revenue model built-in.
Augeas can be a true replacement for B&C Exchange without the influence of Jordan. As an exchange, we can either work with other existing stable currency providers like Tether, or we could fork Augeas later in the future and try our hand once again at stable currencies using a separate blockchain.
Augeas is already forked from B&C and doesn't include the code for parking. Let's just leave it that way and figure out if the design of the exchange can be better, especially now that we no longer have an architect to tell us how it needs to be setup. For example, if there are better ways of paying reputed signers than constantly diluting shareholders, then we should look at that.
Since B&C Exchange was never officially launched and most likely never will be, I would recommend stealing the logo and branding that @tomjoad worked to come up with. B&C had a great logo, branding and color scheme and it would be a true shame for it to never be used. All that is needed is to switch the name B&C Exchange out for Augeas.
I wouldn't really call B&C Exchange a damaged brand because since it was never released, it never had enough public exposure for people to associate the logo with the exhcnage. The current logo is only visible on B&C's website, which nobody visits and at the top of the official Bitcointalk thread, which has vanished into the sea of older threads. The only other place you could see it was on Coinmarketcap, but it was most likely never high enough in the list for anyone to notice it, plus the fact that it went missing when CCEDK stopped trading BlockShares. I say the logo is beautiful, professional looking and will most likely never be used again, so shareholders of Augeas should adopt it as their own. If Phoenix ever gets far enough with his scam to actually release B&C, he'll be forced to have another logo created, since people will already associate it with Augeas.