An initial daily supply of about 0.1% relative to the current created supply is not sustainable because … a project (unfortunately) attracts more interest and talent with an increase in marketcap while keeping supply low.
Yes projects are fragile early and initally , but agressively inflating supply in the early part of it is also subject to its own critism of early centralization . Which is something that Phase 2 in the tokenomics tries to address , but by then it will be late because 5 years is a shorter term for people to hold on to value as opposed to 10 years (for example). And to grow organically we need a larger window for people to stake and accumulate as oppossed to giving stakes to the early stakers .
Here is my suggestion to sustain the inflation rate .
1.Increase the constant issuance supply from 5 yrs to 10 years thus reducing the daily supply by half ( to approximately 500.000 nu’s)
2.However as soon as eth earnings kick in by virute of the projects success, start dynamicaly changing the nu daily supply such that ( nu + eth ) earnings are constant (Relative to a fixed value denominated in eth) . This is assuming that eth achieves a stable vaule relative to your favourite fiat .
The daily supply of nu would also need capped to 500.000 (for the first 10 yrs) . After which we can cap it using the Phase 2 model as described in the tokenomics.
This can be formalized as is or with tweaks from various community members .
Please feel free to poke holes into this as these are soley my opinions and I may be missing some variables.