..create a sub coin within nxt using the monetary system to abandon all the non-contributing initial stakeholder whales. it will then make nxt's transaction currency just that, a fee to use the network and nothing more.
interesting. tell me how you'd do this and how to abandon all the non-contributing initial stakeholder whales. how do you identify them?
the top 10 forgers are here: https://nxtportal.org/monitor/
its a theory that can technically work. say you created a coin today, but no one believed in it. Then you only found 100 people that you distributed the coins to, but then all of a sudden it became widely popular and the price of the coin went up. now all the late people coming in are saying its 'unfair' because only 100 people purchase it in the beginning. now the question comes up quite often, what is "fair distribution"?
now keep in mind we're still just thinking about the "coin" itself. But we need to take a step back and look at it as a "platform" or "framework" where other coins sit on top of it. As the platform matures and gets refined further, it will attract more people, but there is still the issue of the initial 100 stakeholders that might not contribute to the ecosystem at all. how do you get rid of them while keeping the platform intact? you create a sub coin within the platform and then have those sub-coins redistributed to a much wider audience while the original currency is now only used as a transaction fee to use the platform than being seen as a currency. basically a coin that evolves into something else to redo the redistribution. its something that can and very well might happen down the line. nxt seems to be setup for such a scenario, out of any coin out there this thing is absurdly well developed with features.