@yago thanks for your efforts on this (and everything else) - much appreciated.
If I understand this correctly the origin sale will have the same supply as the genesis sale which, based on comments above, only met ~25% of the demand. Add to this the demand of people like me who have discovered Sovryn since 8th January and it’s surely going to be massively over subscribed again.
I also see the potential for voting power to be too concentrated if whales can effectively buy huge chunks with no limits (in theory one person could buy the entire supply?).
For these reasons I would be in favour of a purchasing limit (albeit I don’t have a vote!).
My only other question relates to the tokenomics part (and I might be showing my ignorance here, so please educate me if necessary!)… Trying to put values on SOV before it’s even seen a market is next to impossible, so kudos for doing so, but is the comparison of SOV with 1 month circulating supply against the market cap of much longer established projects ‘fair’? (adult market cap / infant circulating supply). Would a comparison to the 6 or 12 month circulating supply be more realistic? I’m not expecting 8x in 1 month and that expectation might encourage short-termism that works against the long-term aims of Sovryn?
I’ll finish where I started - by expressing my appreciation for your efforts (and those of the rest of the community!). Impressed with everything I’ve seen so far.