The dilution rate is lower than that of Bitcoin, and can actually be focused toward more useful contributions than mining. If the transition to dilution is a major factor in the market cap dropping, I think it's a result of the way the change was handled, not a response to the change itself. Thus, reversing it could just scramble things even more. If you want to get rid of dilution without further disrupting the system, I suggest running and voting for low or zero pay delegates.
The ecosystem of BTC do not get delegate pay from the btc blockchain and we also can see the ecosystem is growing quickly.
At present ,the dilution solution is like one big stone binding with BTS ,and make it sinking.
What should we do? just watching and waiting for something big of surprise to change the whole situation ?
so why do you think dilution is the reason of the falling price? if you calculate the created BTS it is irrelevant.
We can find multiple reasons why we are "bleeding"
1. Crypto is in a Bearmarket - so not only BitShares is losing market value
2. Many promises in the past were hot air (remember Brian Page and Bytemaster saying that On-Off-Ramps are really close?)
3. Absent of any "official" in this forum - as their conclusing they are causing this bleeding
4. For outsiders it looks like - not much happens here in BitShares, because no place organise this stuff
you can easily add more reasons.....
but the question should be "what did i do to change something?"
1. Did i spoke to someone over BitShares?
2. Did i traded internally?
3. Did i write something on the forum and be a active member of the community
the problem with "dilution" is, that anyone is thinking, that now we have X 100% paid delegates. They will do all the work and i have just to sit and watch. WRONG!!!!