[Withdrawn] Make Firing and Replacing Incompetent Liquidity Providers Our Top Priority


#343

Along these lines… I think if the biggest creditors (to the point of majority) agreed to a debt equity swap deal, it would be (semi?)-legit to force those same terms on everyone else… That is how it would work in the real world…


#344

There is no distribution of power, and no independent courts who would have the power to make a final decision. Coming from a country where people sue each other over tiny scratches in their car, I was honestly surprised how even registered companies like CCEDK and BTER are apparently legally in no trouble whatsoever if they simply continue operation after a hack and promise to pay back their customers at some day (or maybe not).

But of course I agree that a step like this here has to be well communicated and the consequences need to be understood by all participants.


#345

@Confucius you said doubted buying Nu because of a lack of investment possibility in shares earlier and I couldnt reply so Im tagging you so you see this response by teek.


#346

People investing in NSR enabled NBT right? They have the right of control. NBT holders can have a say - through NSR.


#347

As a central figure, I think alot of the success and failures of the community are attributable to you, J Lee. Without assigning fault, i feel that your role just need to enforce a chill atmosphere that will allow other professional developers to flourish – and not worry so much!


#348

I would rather you didn’t do that. What about declaring a new peg at ~50 cents?