Fitcoin assets can be resold by anyone. Currently some of them have been obtained and are resold by Konsta in his own private project, fimkassetification.tk. The only relationships he has with Fitcoin is that he is reselling the assets, and he is occasionally helping with some tech stuff. Thus he naturally would not name his account to anything like Fitcoin.
Does Fitcoin have it's own accounts in all currencies involved
how much capital does it have to back up the assets?
Enough at any time to redeem the assets in circulation
This is a question of trust, except for cryptocurrencies whose backing funds can and will be made public. Arrangements and adjustments are in progress so the public BTC account for example still fluctuates these days.
Who does the manual transactions and how many people have access to Fitcoins accounts, in case of force majoure incident to a singe person? Supposing the Fitcoin exchange becomes popular and all the manual transactions are handled by a single person, who is also the chairman and core developer, will all his time be consumed by typing account numbers and currency sums instead of developing other parts of FIMK ecosystem?
There are practically no manual transactions to do at this writing. I'm aware of the implications of a projected increase in success and workload and have planned accordingly.
Part of this is offset by the model of resold assets, which are not required for final redemption very often because the resellers juggle them back and forth with their own customers.
The rest, if applicable, will be handled by hired workforce.
I have done my fair share of manual exchange transactions already in the past 15 years
however in this position one unfortunately cannot avoid them completely.
I'm currently working on full volunteer basis and not quite full time (but more than half time) for the association. This is due to change later this year.