Long-Term Supply Growth Rate




Year 1

~ 21.66%

Year 2

~ 17.81%

Year 3

~ 15.12%

Year 4

~ 13.13%

Year 5

~ 11.61%

Year 6

~ 10.40%

Year 7

~ 9.42%

Year 8

~ 8.61%

Year 9

~ 7.93%

Year 10

~ 7.34% (Completion of Company Distribution)

Year 11

< 1.32%

Despite the linear currency issuance (10 years for the organisation and indefinitely for validators), the supply growth rate, similar to Ethereum, tends towards zero over time.

The permanent linear supply growth model mitigates the risk of what some perceive as excessive wealth concentration, as seen in Bitcoin. It provides individuals in both present and future eras a fair opportunity to acquire currency units. Simultaneously, it retains a strong incentive to obtain and hold THAT, as the supply growth rate percentage gradually diminishes. We also theorise that, since coins are invariably lost over time due to carelessness, death, etc., and coin loss can be modelled as a percentage of the total supply per year, the total currency supply in circulation will eventually stabilise. This equilibrium will occur at a value equal to the annual issuance divided by the loss rate. For example, at a loss rate of 1%, once the supply reaches 5X (approximately 34 years), then 0.05X will be mined and 0.05X lost every year, thus achieving equilibrium.