I just want to clear this up, since I think many people could have too high-volume expectations before the launch. If you use coinmarketcap.com as the sole indicator for measuring the exchange volumes, you have been deceived, as almost all the volume reported on the website is fake.
In this report for the SEC you can see how Bitwise argue, that 95% of the volume is fake and that only 10 exchanges do report real traded volume. On page 60 (I have captured the slide and attached it below) you can see the average real volume they assign to each exchange. $ 1bn would mean that Nash would become 3rd largest regulated exchange in the crypto universe, which I think is very ambitious goal indeed. It would even become larger than Coinbase ($8bn valuation).
However, we should not expect any enormous volumes that are presented all over the internet. I would even be cautious believing the volumes on the! stakingnex.io. Though, it would be nice for Nash to hit those numbers.
I just want to make it clear so that we all could appreciate what is going on here and that we are here for the long run and not for short term profits, that would result from faking the volume. Feel free to read the whole 227 pages as I did, I think at least the first 100 pages are definitely worth it.
Have a great one and I am looking forward to the launch!