This is clearly wrong. Anyone with knowledge of market making knows that putting orders on the books draws counter orders.
keep a 1% spread, raise park rates as quickly as possible and use NSR sales as much as needed to keep buy walls up.
Of course that is true. No doubt reintroducing a tight spread will result in fewer USNBT in circulation in the immediate term. It is the long term we need to focus on.
The NSR rate dropped when it became apparent, that NSR need to be sold to support the peg. People with that knowledge frontran the rest of the market.
The NSR rate is hovering around 300 Satishis until then.
##last 7 days
##last month, drop at 27th May
##NBT peg tight until 28th of May
Why don’t you stick to facts? Is it really easier to eloquently present claims as truth?
Addendum - for the record, because the peg still looks quite good the last 7 days:
This is how I remember it too.
We have ~38,505 USD in Bitcoins.
Did we have regular amounts of liquidity May 28?
And I don’t understand why the bitcoin is not sufficient in this situation. And I don’t understand why the reported tier 1 liquidity is about 12k NBT and yet nothing but peanuts is on Poloniex.
I’m beginning to agree with both that and Nu needing to push liquidity in any case.
Please let’s stop with the blaming about things that happened in the past, because it’s unproductive.
@JordanLee suggested the NuShare buybacks in the first place, which led to our current low BTC reserve.
@masterOfDisaster responded by doing what he could with the experience he’s gained to try to preserve our remaining BTC so the reserve and peg was not lost completely. His solution of a $0.95 buy side while preserving our Bitcoin reserve has had the drawback of lowering NuBits demand and preventing park rates from being used effectively.
Both of these things happened. That’s a fact, but please let’s focus on what we can do now to remedy the situation.
We can’t put all of the Bitcoin we hold right now into a tight spread, because it could be gone quite quickly leaving us with no defense at all. Will we be able to hold a NuShares auction first to acquire more Bitcoin before recommitting to a tight spread? If we switch to a tight spread right now, we will most likely run out of all Bitcoin before any auction is complete.
Once we have held the auction and have more Bitcoin reserves, we can recommit to a tight spread and hopefully park rates will start to become effective again after, which could give us enough time until Bitcoin reverses direction.
But there is very little liquidity on poloniex even at $0.95 There’s 750 NBT at around $0.95, and 1250 NBT at about $0.94 but nothing else. Where is this other 10k NBT liquidity at?
I’m on the fence with this. Putting all (or much) of that into liquidity should instil more confidence than just a little liquidity, with the potential result of fewer NuBit exit trades?
I think you are right about that. I’m considering calling it quits. This doesn’t make Nu look good. Especially annoying is the difficulty in understanding what on earth is going on.
Assuming we shouldn’t just actually put everything straight onto the books, as suggested is mandated. I’m going to have to sleep on this at least, and I need to attend a thing tomorrow, with unfortunate timing.
We have 7000 USD worth of Bitcoin on @zoro’s gateway that’s being voted on by FLOT to reduce to 1% buy-side offset (or 1% spread if agreed).
FLOT BTC should consider sending to NuLagoon Tube and gateways at tight spread.
We’re still an impressive community.
We lack deep liquidity on buy side (when people want to sell their NuBits for Bitcoins) and FLOT is afraid to use the remaining funds. We argue about whether FLOT has broken NuLaw, whether it’s been the right thing to do, and what to do now. Does this answer it?
We tend to agree what Jordan implies in his motion. At this difficult moment, we, as NuShareHolders, should show our determination in defending the value of Nubit. That is the only way to let people regain confidence in NuBits.
If we put money on buy side and see them to be consumed quickly doesn’t mean it is wrong to put money on buy side in the first place. We should bear in mind that people could sell NuBits for Bitcoin for two reasons, 1. Bet that Bitcoin price will rise. 2. Fear that NuBits wouldn’t liquid out. The custormers leave for the first reason will back in some point of future, however, those leave for the latter reason won’t back again.
This motion has been finalised and hashed. Voting has begun.
Motion hash for voting: c070f654c2ff3e43a10fc5ff1dbf8ad74e36b18f
Let’s show the world we are committed to maintaining the value of NuBits.
I just made some additions to the motion:
100% unsure of how this affects me as a pool operator. Any of my custodians can set asymmetric buy and sell side offsets and there’s not a thing I can do to stop them. Hell, I’ve provided them with a shift parameter that does precisely this. How can I undo what has been open sourced?
Let’s talk about who would be fired as liquidity providers if this motion passes. I haven’t reviewed the evidence on this site, but from memory I understand those affected to be:
Have I missed anyone? Do these three individuals indeed meet the criteria for being fired, which is setting the buy side offset in excess of the sell side offset, so that the sell price and buy price do not average to exactly 1.00?
I understand that much, but I do not understand the numbers. The numbers I am reading on the forums and the reported tier 1 liquidity suggests a lot more buy-side liquidity is on poloniex than there actually is. And I assume most of the liquidity is going on poloniex considering the high volumes.
Is this in violation of existing motions?