I view 5,000 NBT to be an unreasonably high rate. The rate you are proposing seems to imply a high risk of the peg failing, which I believe is not true. This fee is especially high given that you would face no crypto-to-crypto exchange risk on a NBT/USD trading pair, and would have a safety net of @KTm's buy walls to sell all your purchased NBT at the end of 30 days.
At the time of your last proposal, NSR were sold for 0.0018 USD per NSR from Jordan. This would give 3M NSR a market value of $5,400.00 US. NSR were not publicly traded until after you had begun your liquidity operations. For this fee you provided liquidity of 20,000 NBT, implying an effective fee of just over 25%.
If I understand your proposal correctly, you are providing half the liquidity to shareholders that you previously did for almost the exact same fee.
I would much rather see a custodian like @KTm or @jmiller transition to providing services on the NBT/USD pair once they feel it is appropriate, as they are charging approximately 2% compared to your 50%.
I will not be voting for it in its current form.