Here's what we have said:
We can't stop someone from releasing a proto-coin that maps to AGS and we can't stop the market from honoring that proto-coin instead of AGS if it chooses. We couldn't initiate or support that ourselves without altering the value proposition on which people have been relying. Possible exception discussed but not acted upon: is there a way to give PTS holders a matching benefit to maintain the value proposition?
But we have also suggested that honoring a proto-family that has already honored AGS
is equivalent because the AGS holders started out with shares in that family and will still have them unless they sold those rights to someone else.
Thus, the natural, gradual process of liquefaction is when new proto-coin families of DACs spin off. BitShares X effectively liquified its portion of AGS for holders on February 28th since they can sell their stake in future DACs in that family. If BitShares Lotto winds up serving as the prototype for a family of honorable gaming DACs then more of AGS would essentially become liquid at that time. So eventually AGS could become mostly liquid through the sum of all proto-coin children it spawns.
If the industry eventually agrees that all the major market sectors had been spanned by previous proto-coin family spin-offs, perhaps it would make sense to just define a "Miscellaneous" family that would effectively liquify everything else at that time. Perhaps someday someone will.
But by then, will anybody really care?
As far as "uncertainty about AGS", the only uncertainty is whether or when it might incrementally become more
liquid - which should hardly be a deterrent.