If the dilution cap per year is set to 10%, does this mean that the first year will see 250 million BTS dilution, the next year 275 million more BTS, and so on? Or does this just mean up to
10% is possible, but not necessary?
And for how long would this continue? Could we expect a total supply of 6,484,356,150 BTS in 10 years (based on compounding 10% for 10 years starting at 2.5 billion)?
I'm all for dilution, but over
-dilution frightens me a bit. Hoping I'm misunderstanding something (burn rate offsetting it, perhaps?)