didnt see a thread so I thought I'd make one, probably buried somewhere. Given the stable constant supply how will price appreciation work against other currencies digital or not? Bitcoin, others go up because of scarcity and limited supply. How will our currency appreciate in value? Say $1/coin to $1000/coin? Strictly based on supply/demand? Basically simple example. 10Trillion USD supply vs 10 Million emunie. The problem I see with trying to have a constant limitless supply is if there are wild supply demand swings you might have the same issue with wild price swings. Say demand sky rockets and the system creates 10 Trillion coins basically at parity with the USD. You might have severe loss of purchasing power compared to your base currency. You basically destroyed people's investment By hyperinflating it away vs other currencies. Or should people be relying on the annual % to for appreciation? What happens if real world inflation is 20% and you only get 8% returns, you are basically becoming poorer. Which leads to something like the POS coins with limited supplies, with a set limit supply you are guaranteeing that people's wealth grows. Also if your goal is a nobel one to help the average 99er%, wouldn't a limited supply help much more? Basically everything inflated away against the coin, people's earnings and savings maintain their value. Given that inflation is a tool for the rich to make the general populace poor by inflating their savings income away, unless they are Savy or connected enough to earn a much higher return than inflation. Anyway share your thoughts on how the system will work, can't remember all the specifics from the last few years. Sorry for the rant, I guess a first basic question to start off is can Radix emunie reach $10/coin, $50/coin, $1000/coin, with the current economic system in place?