Dash was never originally designed for what its evolved into today as a dao. Because of this what happens to core funding, the proposal system and to MN ownership as supply runs down. If we consider MN ownership as an investment, average investment on the S&P 500 is about 10% for the last 90years. A MN is currently providing 7% which is fine for now but as blockreward dwindles when does it not become fine? 5%, 4%? Other economic considerations for mn's is that the cost to run them is set to increase, couple this with a decrease blockreward and we run into an issue. And then obviously what happens to proposals and core funding as blockreward drys up? In Bitcoin as its not a dao the intent of Satoshi was that high volume of fees would eventually replace blockreward to secure the network. Correct me if I am wrong but fees in Dash will only go to miners, not MN's or be paid out to proposals. It is unpopular to change supply caps but it will become a necessity to do so in order for Dash to operate in its current capacity as a Dao (Please note this will be an absolute requirement). In this case it would probably be better to change it to somthing similar to Ether with a continuous capped inflation rate maybe say 5%. What are the current plans regarding these issues?