I currently store my crypto on a Ledger Nano, use Bitpanda as my fiat on/off ramp to buy BTC and ETH, and trade alt coins using Binance.
When Nash launches, I expect to move 95% of that activity to Nash with the expectation to continue doing a small amount of trading on Binance, for trading pairs not yet available on Nash. I expect to use Nash for 100% of my crypto trading as more pairs are added.
I will also move all funds from my Ledger Nano to Nash, when I am comfortable with the security (and that I am sufficiently confident that I can create an account without somehow getting phished or stuffing something up leading to losing all my funds). So 100% Nash in the near future.
Are others members in the community expecting to make a similar transition? More importantly, what current crypto service providers will you continue using (even after Nash launches) and what are their features/services that you will continue using (i.e. what product/service will Nash be missing that requires you to continue using other service providers?)