As a long-term python developer with basically no experience in compiled languages, I can tell you that Nim being a compiled language does not turn me off, and I really like the syntax. Being a compiled language would turn me off if it didn’t come with a lot of speed improvement, but the speed is drastically better than cPython. The reason why I will probably never give the language more than a moment of thought is because there is basically no ecosystem.
The language has been around for longer than Rust and Go, yet it has basically 1 half-baked web framework. I didn’t see much in regards to any specific other niches either, besides meta-programming.
I can tell you right now that if If I looked up “Nim web frameworks” or “Nim ORMs” and found a bunch of blog posts and libraries, I would be spending the next two months, solid, learning and using the language.