That’s inaccurate to say dynamic supply tokens do not increase in price and benefit their holders when bought. True a dynamic supply token can be less price sensitive based on its reserve ratio - but its price can still rise when supply grows.All that said, as I mentioned, the Bancor Foundation can implement a new structure for BNT that optimizes incentives for ecosystem participants. Now that BNT and the Bancor Protocol are relatively mature, I wouldn’t be surprised if some of those changes are coming soon.
Like you say Nate new structure can be implemented , maybe , if the foundation wants it....and so on. It's only a speculation from your side or did the foundation give hints to that? I guess not.... I mean why should they ? They had the largest ico , made bunch of money, went on building an easy going plattform in top of a blockchain ( nothing special to implement on the highest layer so far) ....listed some tokens , letting them stake bnt(made also bunch of money with this) ....why should they change anything? I don't see anything that they made since the beginning to make the small holders profit from this....I think the bnt price will stabilize more and more but far under the ico price ....so ppl who bought and hodld will stay in loss....another project in the crypto world that succeeded on the neck of it's small investors without caring about them
Foundation has hinted at itFrom Q2 report:https://blog.bancor.network/bancor-quarterly-progress-report-q2-2019-9ab9483e048c“During the second half of 2019, Bancor’s core developers remain fully focused on increasing access to Bancor’s automated liquidity and creating new incentives for network participants — from liquidity providers and token holders, to tokenized ecosystems and developers.”
Also it’s inaccurate to say the Foundation makes money when someone adds a token to the network. That’s just not true. The network is designed so that all BNT holders see increase in price as the network grows, and more BNT is printed to support the new liquidity pools.
The foundation has an interest in creating the right incentives for the long term sustainability and growth of Bancor. So I wouldn’t be surprised if they change features of the token and network to support that.
Also whatever money you put in the liquidity pool are staked funds used to process conversions. It’s not like that money is going to the foundation. It exclusively funds the pool’s liquidity and you can withdraw it any time.I think you’re confused about listing minimums also. Bancor suggests 10K on each side in order to appear in bancor.network front-end since any less would create high slippage for traders transacting with the pool
Try it out - it will be the first of many permissionless interfaces built atop Bancor for seamless liquidity pool creation and contribution. You can even change the liquidity provider fees to whatever you want. Coming soon to EOS as well.Cc @cotraderceo - he’s the developer behind it