I'm going to complain again about the loss of coins, LOL.
I know very well, that the number of coins doesn't matter, that we can move the decimal point over as far as we want, that all cryptos are infinitely divisible, however:
I believe there is a psychological barrier that people have for the cost of a single coin. Having 0.356 bitcoins doesn't give you the same feeling that having 3.5 blankcoins gives you.
I think the only reason why Doge is up so high is because it's so cheap! It feels good to buy 1000 doge, no matter the cost. And buying them for pennies, is only more fun.
No, it isn't logical, but it's real.
Finally, the more coins that never are issued, the more the instamine matters to people. Dash's coin supply keeps shrinking and shrinking, not to mention the funds lost that were supposed to pay for things this month.
I suspect it is a lot harder to do, and do safely, but if there is any way we can keep a tally on how many coins were allocated to the budget, and have them always remain available, forever, I would feel much better. We never have to spend them, but if they should ever be needed, they will not have been wasted.
Another thing that is still irking me, is how the payment to put in a proposal is thrown to the wind. Why isn't it added to the budget? I understand the block reward could be played, but not the budget.
If nothing else, all of this affects the way people view our project and the accusations of centralized ownership. I know in the scheme of things, it's minimal, but it's also wasted. These funds were meant to do work for us.
If there is any way this could be fixed, I'd vote for it.