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- Thursday, March 31st, 2022 at 14:41 #205054grapeape808Participant
I wanted see if there was a way to hypothetically predict a price of token given the number the price and the current supply. (Rough idea of how price behaves with more tokens being unlocked)
For example if a coin was priced at $0.5 rn with 50m out of the 500m tokens supply currently circulating, does it mean when it reaches the 500m (with frequent token unlocks) currently circulating supply the price will drop by factor of 10?
Neglecting other factors of course is there an explicit link between price and circulating supply or model or formula?
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