If I remember well, at first there was a plan/idea to have the Safe FS coin addresses registered on your website, which addresses would be checked regularly to see how much dividends (paid in Safecoin) should go to that address. That plan/idea was abandoned later, and it was not needed anymore to register your Safe FS holdings on your website. To me, it implied that you had found another way to pay out dividends to Safe FS coin holders.
What I understand now is that dividend payouts only go to the addresses that you gathered at the crowdsale? And if, say, only 50% of the original Safe FS coins are to be found on one of such addresses, only 50% of dividends will be paid to that address (which would make sense of course) but the owner of the other 50% is completely missing out (nullified) on future dividends? That last part doesn't make sense to me, to be honest... And that's not how securities are supposed to work either.
By nullifying traded coins, you basically nullify all Safe FS coins, unless a seller is willing to give up all his Safe FS holdings and hand over his address completely to a buyer. Setting up exchanges for Safe FS has become useless too.
I'm sure I'm misunderstanding this, maybe you could elaborate on this subject a little more? Thanks!