Seriously. Is there anything to make Nash and NEX more appealing to investors, users, speculators, stakers?
Are there any updates coming up soon on business development? Any progress on regulatory development? When is the quarterly AMA?
Nash does half-year reports now. The next one is slated for April/May. All of this will likely be discussed then.
Is Fabio still with Nash?
Yes, but he is refocusing on other avenues of Nash. (see his post here).
Any plans to open a physical office where the team can gather, hire employees, a CEO, u know having better company structure?
Fabian and Ethan are currently co-CEO. Nash is actively searching for a full-time CEO (see post here).
Successful company doesn’t revolve only on software devs at home in front of their pc.
“As of today, Shopify is a digital by default company. We will keep our offices closed until 2021 so that we can rework them for this new reality. And after that, most will permanently work remotely. Office centricity is over.” - Tobi Lutke, Shopify CEO
Is the team aware that anyone who ends their staking contracts will likely take their NEX and dump on the market and never look back, and highly likely wont be using Nash nor advocating for it, out of permanent disappointment for the lack of bullish performance for NEX?
This is your opinion, and likely doesn’t extend to every single staker. Staking has been increasing over time, even when excluding the small bumps for Nash League. Strange – you’d think it would have plateau’d if there was a lack of bullish performance?
Does the team even freaking care?
They do… Do you?
You paint the picture of someone who threw money at something, and then neglected to follow any sort of development or evolution of the project. Not only that, but your sole data point seems to be token price. You mention a lack of bullish perfomance. Point me towards any other project that has achieved the technical and legal successes that Nash has within a 1-1.5 year timespan.
It’s a startup, there are always bumps that need ironing out. What’s important is seeing how they handle those bumps, and where their sights are kept on the horizon. I follow Nash because of the mission they outlined in their whitepaper, and I have no reason to believe they’ve deviated from it in any major way.
The company restructuring is gold. As an investor, it tells me they’re maturing. They recognize a change would be beneficial, and so they’re seizing the opportunity.
Highest volume Token on Nash would be Nex, only if listed. Until that is implemented, there is no way forward.
I wish this question would die. I wish it would die a horrible, horrible death. This gets brought up by the hour. WE ALREADY KNOW THE ANSWER. It’s likely not happening for a long time. Maybe Coinbase will list it, as they’ll likely be the first with a securities license. If you don’t like that, sell and move on.