What's the FreeTON supply curve?

Hi, I couldn’t find any other category where this question would fit in more appropriately. Maybe you should add a category like “Newbie questions” or “General”?

Anyway, I have started reading the TON OS docs today. The first question I wanted to figure out is the consensus protocol - I found out it’s the Proof-of-Stake (PoS) with masternodes (if you put a large enough stake, you become a validator). A block is then approved by voting, using the BFT algorithm.

I found it very interesting that all the validators get a block reward and revenue from fees, not just the one that created the block. Seems like a good approach, I haven’t heard of any other crypto that would do that.

Anyway, back to my current question: What is the supply curve for the FreeTON coins? Is there a fixed max supply, or does the issuance go into infinity?



Inflation is ~2% a year

Probably it is emission, not inflation.

Yes, thats correct. Aprox. 2% emission of new tokens. Currently ~.25% actually but will increase.

for knowing more technical about FreeTON , it is better to know the TON also. so I suggest to read docs of Telegram also at http://test.ton.org.

When will tokens be distributed to the open world?

No dates yet, first the net neeeds to be fully decentralized, see the roadmap here https://freeton.org/dod

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Is it solved? Any comments, updates?