@nameless But to maintain their value they would have to have a 10 Burst price per share, can you guarantee this? I think not, so if we put ourselves in the worst of
Cases, if you keep the price of 1 burst per share and I lose 900 burst if I have 1000 shares.
On the other hand in case you would like to make a re-purchase right now you would have to pay 100 million burst, but if we put
What you have right now is no liquidity. With the current lowest price being 1 and no buys on the book you are holding lots of nothing. This reverse split combined with fractional costs creates the ability of granular cost which is good overall.