I believe NEX can only be listed on a STO exchange that have a license to list Security Tokens. This provides value to the ecosystem, along with making sure that it gets exposure that no other non-STO coin would get.
The point you have made above points to the speculative value of a coin, ie having liquidity and being listed on a big exchange (like binance). This should not be in the interest of the community or the NEX team, as NEX has a legitimate business model with a coin. These other coins do not and therefore derive their value based on pure speculation - which is great for a quick buck, but not a sustainable investment. If you want to gamble/speculate, ‘invest’ in those other coins or head to the closest casino.