Most CEXs are able to increase liquidity on their platform by requesting ICO projects to reserve a portion of tokens for the exchange to help with this. Since Nash will pay a dividend to token holders based on the exchange volume, does it mean that the exchange won’t be able to increase liquidity with this strategy? Thanks.
Marking making is free on the Nash exchange (no maker fee). This means providing liquidity will always be free. Only takers (those who take liquidity away from order book) have to pay a fee. (taker fee)
There will be API (application programming interface) allowing ICO projects, or third party liquidity providers, to run bots for market making.