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To be absolutely honest, we are talking about a system that is not even built yet. We have the P2P value trading system up and running, but it is currently running on the Bitcoin blockchain, to be ported over to Ethereum. We will likely tie the Ve cost to the complexity of the contract, but I would prefer to get the system up and running and into the hands of users before committing.
We plan to make the platform extremely disruptive, thus by tying cost of contracts to complexity vs notional underlying, we totally upend the status quo's pricing system - which is our goal.
To put your question into perspective, when Ethereum held its ICO, it was not know what the specific costs and rates of ETH as gas would be for well over a year until the alpha of the platform was built, and even then it was adjusted several times (which is to be expected when building a new platform).
The same goes for the vast majority of ICOs that are aimed to assist in building out new platforms. What we are doing is building out an entirely new form of capitalism - P2P capital markets. We will need some time to accomplish this, as well as wiggle room.
Think of this is Ethereum for capital markets, value transfer and intelligent money.
We do plan on listing Ve on exchanges, but as mentioned in the presentation, Veritaseum will have its own liquidity engine which will will attempt to provide implicit access to other popular tokens, namely BTC, ETH and Ve.USD (which will be redeemable directly for USD on a 1:1 basis).
Again, please keep the questions and comments coming. They help clarify the offering to many and are greatly appreciated. This is meant in its most sincerest form.