I will ask the same thing from you @JustUS, same way people respected your views you shouldn’t be downplaying others input.
The fee structure doesn’t necessarily change the NEX value downwards - is not because you are saying it that it is true. How much the token receives from dividends is dependent now on the volume profile of users, instead of relation to the exchange. So for example, currently dividends would be higher - not lower as the average fee has been lower than 0.25%.
There is very few players in the crypto industry that do >$1/2B in volume currently, so this is not a issue. Having one of them using us as a primary exchange would however have great impact on the majority of traders.