I don’t disagree but when Australia’s & New Zeland’s main exchanges wont except deposits then i then have to sign up with international exchanges to sell to btc, then transfer, then withdraw. This becomes costly and ultimately will reduce any uptake of ETN downunder. I was not planning on selling all my coin just enough to cover off my original investment therefore everything that is left is 100% profit. I’m just disappointed that both my local exchanges are not excepting deposits of ETN, seems strange to me. I do understand that the exchanges are out of the control of the ETN team however as an agreement would of been reached with the exchange to trade ETN i’m sure there would of been conditions surround that i.e. deposits withdraws etc. Not having the ability to trade ETN openly and without conditions will ultimately hurt ETN. If a bank stops allowing customers to withdraw money then there is a run on the bank therefore the bank is in jeopardy. I am currently a member of 3 different exchanges of which 2 which allow me to buy ETN will not allow me to deposit to sell therefore i can not sell. I appreciate your thoughts on the matter.