Sometime next week another large exchange will likely announce they are adding NuBits trading with a NBT/BTC pair. They’ve asked me to hold off announcing until they’re ready to go. However, it’s important that we start planning for their inclusion. I’ve privately asked @desrever and @woolly_sammoth to add NuBot support for them soon, and the current liquidity pools should give some thought as to whether they would like to add another NBT pair to their operations.
This new exchange is usually below Poloniex but above Bittrex and Cryptsy in the global exchange volume rankings so they have a considerable presence already. They also have active well-traded fiat markets, meaning that a NBT/USD trading pair could become a reality in the future.
Interested liquidity pools should consider the opportunity and have a draft motion prepared if they would like to compete for the NBT/BTC trading pair. If a pool operator needs any additional information, please send me a PM.
I just wanted to post a reminder here that I had captured NuStream.org for anyone that would like to claim that name and start up their own pool. Just let me know whenever anyone is interested in taking it.
I’m not super keen on becoming an ALP operator, but if that’s what can get NBT listed there, I’m willing to consider preparing a draft for an ALP there.
The thing is: as far as I understand the ALP operation, only one ALP server can be on an exchange.
Is that right?
If yes, we’d need NuLagoon there as well and I’d prefer giving @nmei precedence for the ALP.
I’m pretty sure an MM contract has to come from an MLP. They want to be able to verify your orders on your account are within a certain spread 90% of the time.
This wouldn’t need to be NuLagoon, anyone willing to run nubot could use this. Nu doesn’t like to grant single person pools, but if you’re getting an MM deal and can therefore give a huge discount to Nu (like 0.1%/day?) then I don’t think shareholders will turn it down, especially if it means being listed on a new exchange.