While everyone wants things to move faster it is not taking long, completely the opposite. Maybe you don’t understand what is being built, let me try to enlighten. Nash is moving at blazing speed.
In a bit over 2 years (18mo since public offering) Nash has built a high performance state channels layer-2 that is cross-chain to Bitcoin (and compatible) networks, Ethereum (and compatible) and NEO (and compatible). There are projects idiots call fast running for 2x the time with 2x the funding to do a single layer-2 for a single blockchain that has worse performance and UX characteristics.
The issue on transfers is mainly on clients, not on Nash, there is no transfers bug. Clients have unreliable connection with the blockchain and do unreliable signing commitment. We are not solving a simple thing, we are building (and is mostly in the product already) a reliable transaction management system to take over user concerns, there are also full projects only dedicated to build watch towers and relay services for layer-2 networks.
That is not even to add we have also built and delivered a trading protocol on top of that layer-2, something there are complete projects dedicated to build, a payment protocol and a web and mobile clients to those that people frequently compare and expect to work like centralized counter-parties - which we aim and will be happy to achieve! So much that this is the expectation instead of the sign with the browser extension every interaction and keep watching explorers of most of the competition.
Regardless, I am not concerned of this delivery, it will be done - when I look at the team I see excess capacity to deliver the transaction system and even future possibilities to simplify it with protocol improvements. So much that as communicated during July most of our team is moving to growth focused tasks, that are concentrated around prime tools (like trading bots and affiliate systems) and inter-exchange (like standardized SDKs and layer-2 liquidity solutions), fitting our vision.