It seems that you don’t know much about the mechanism of Juicebox, and if you redeem the eth, you will receive very little eth. If you trade back eth by selling JBX in uni, then the current price is obviously very inappropriate.
This means that instead of having to find a counterparty to sell juicebox tokens through an exchange, that Juicebox dao offers the ability to buy juicebox tokens at 95% of their value from you, when someone else wants to buy Juicebox tokens, when they are doing the fundraising.
There is no need to redeem the JBX until we have an idea what the money needs to be used for. The inherent bonding ratio is to financially incentivize holding the token over selling it in the long term. If you sell it for ETH, you are necessarily are going to take a hit, but that risk is counterbalanced by the risk of juicebox themselves depressing token price, by spending their treasury on projects instead such as this one on the Juicebox DAO workspace.
‘Use a minimum 50% of the AssangeDao fee for public goods’
“It’s important that the Juicebox DAO continues to use our visibility and fees received to further public goods in the web3 space. Using the fees from the AssangeDAO would signal good stewardship of the funds the Juicebox DAO has received and will further development of organizations and causes that the DAO feels are important.”
The bitter irony that the Juicebox DAO could dump a bunch of money on a public good in the web3 space, would necessarily depress our token as much as us dumping the tokens themselves, and if both happen its possible to put Juicebox tokens into a panic sell. Moreover, the same can be said of us depleting our treasury on frivolous spending without having our sights on return on investment.
Literally the only thing I think we should be spending, if the goal is to “free assange” is hiring an attorney, which can represent us in court, upon a writ of Habeas Corpus.