Based on few forum questions on the system of interests I would like to see if we can apply any existing models to evaluate its potential distribution among the users. I'm not talking about the transaction fees, only the elastic supply interests part. Edit: this is the specific case of Radix early life, with no sellers so Radix system has to step in for every new entry. Formula with sellers is more profitable in interests (we'll determine it on a later post). We'll say the initial market cap after ICO : X0. And that elastic supply is ON at T zero after ICO: T0. And your own capital in Radix at T0 is R0. For each new entry E in the Radix economic system, E will bring its own capital C and in the mean time the elastic supply system will create C/2 for its system (all the earnings for the running of different protocols - messaging, nodes, etc) and C/2 interests distributed between the R shares of the existing market cap X at the time of E entry. So at Tx, your interests would be: (Cx/2)/100 . 100/(Xx/Rx) => (Cx/2) / (Xx/Rx) => Cx.Rx/2.Xx I'm guessing ICO at 100 millions and aimed market cap at 1 billion to do simple. The more we have C entries between X0-Xn the less we'll have earnings / less we have C entries the more we'll have interests. So we may have an integral part with a braket based on an estimation of the number of entries in this market cap range. Then the average C brought by each entries in this range will be easy to determine.