This question is about decentralization of liquidity.
There s different type of decentralization.
Physical ( location) , architectural (function), political (decision making )etc…
Liquidity is crucial for nu.
And probably the more decentralized it is the more resilient it becomes.
What if @jooize or @phoenix are for personal reasons (e.g. health issues ) cannot attend their liquidity jobs, who is going to replace them and supplement them?
A system of liquidity operation at least architecturally and politically decentralized would allow anybody to participate as liquidity operator , join the operations freely without asking for anybody permissions, just as a new miner joins a bitcoin mining pool.
So when are we going liquidity managed on the blockchain?
We need probably a new coin, something like liquidNu invented…