Don't understand the 25 NXT valuation. The fund holds 500000 NXT / 100000 shares = 5 NXT

To prevent one person from buying the entire amount. Just like any asset/ cryptocurrency, there is a degree of speculation (cryptocurrencies being a prime example). Right now Fuzon is like an empty bucket, but over time it is going to get more and more filled. Hopefully, there will come a point where you won't need to hold various cryptocurrencies, you just need to own Fuzon. The first offering round is not the only way Fuzon is backed. I am actively talking to devs to arrange off the book deals and putting my own BTC profits into the fund as well. Also you are paying for convenience and professionalism. Most people who are new to crypto can't even read the graphs or have any prior knowledge of how the markets behave. Fuzon will bridge this gap. It is basically a foundation for a much greater vision.

I'm going to start making dates and times for twitter announcements. I have 1% of a coin which is being added to the portfolio and I also have another announcement. The twitter announcements are going to be like lucky draws. Some days it will be a small surprise, other days it will be significant. At the end of the day, bags of successful cryptocurrencies are increasing which means your holdings are increasing. Bit by bit.

Finally. Your calculation is correct but there is only 20,000 FZN in circulation. When the future FZN's are put up for sale, they will also bring more Nxt into the portfolio and judging from the speed of the first round, I'll be re-evaluating a higher price for the final offering. Basically I'm saying that you calculated the entire supply, but only 20% of the supply was sold, therefore you would get a price disparity.

I hope that helps