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Supply Reduction

While early cryptocurrencies aimed to provide hard caps, like the Bitcoin network, modern utility networks have evolved to optimize for network value creation instead.

In Koii’s case, continuous inflation benefits the network by onboarding new

node operators
who fulfill tasks and provide hosting for content and apps running on Koii. As a result, reducing inflation would reduce the rate of new nodes that can join the network, so steady-state inflation is desirable.



Koii Foundation
is dedicated to providing developers with incentives to build on the network, including
and easy-to-use tools.

Each time that a new project launches on Koii, a bounty must be locked to pay for hosting from Koii’s compute marketplace, which removes tokens from the circulating supply. Additionally, each time that a new node joins the task, it must stake tokens as collateral, locking up further supply.

Supply Reduction

At a steady state, the network is designed to lock up tokens in staking and bounties, exceeding those released by inflation, which should reduce the available supply over time.