Two coin emission graphs! What is correct?

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Hi all, I am currently researching and editing a video regarding the initial fast-mine situation. I want to present correct factual data. This includes the how many Dash are to be mined by when (yes, there could be variables). Amanda's video "Is There a Maximum Coin Supply in Dash?" features a graph that extends out to the year 2300 with a total coin supply of 17,668,591.86 coins. When I went to the link under Amanda's video to fact check the data, I found a graph extending out to the year 2063 with a total of 18,603,708 coins.
What is correct please?
Links involved:
https://dash.org.ru/pages/emission.php
Thanks in advance for a clear answer to a non-tech guy on what the answer is here.
 
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Hi there - producing a video on this is a great idea, since there is so much FUD, everyone would benefit from clarity on the facts of the instamine and coinemission. Alex-ru told me the link to the emission chart on dash.org.ru is no longer maintained, so I just wrote some new documentation on the emission rate based on my own research here: https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DOC/pages/134414366/Emission+rate

Moocowmoo has reviewed this briefly since most of the numbers are based on his scripts linked in the article and also here: https://repl.it/@moocowmoo/dash-minmax-coin-generation

You can get data on the instamine from the blockchain explorers listed in this statement: https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/OC/pages/19759164/Dash+Instamine+Issue+Clarification
 
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Hi there - producing a video on this is a great idea, since there is so much FUD, everyone would benefit from clarity on the facts of the instamine and coinemission. Alex-ru told me the link to the emission chart on dash.org.ru is no longer maintained, so I just wrote some new documentation on the emission rate based on my own research here: https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DOC/pages/134414366/Emission+rate

Moocowmoo has reviewed this briefly since most of the numbers are based on his scripts linked in the article and also here: https://repl.it/@moocowmoo/dash-minmax-coin-generation

You can get data on the instamine from the blockchain explorers listed in this statement: https://dashpay.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/OC/pages/19759164/Dash+Instamine+Issue+Clarification
Thank you thank you thank you! I will review this. I am filming / editing right now. Moocowmoo assisted me via Dashpay reddit also. cheers from Sydney, Australia.
 
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Hi all, another question. Where can I find Dash distribution data. I seem to recall seeing Dash vs PiVX distribution data too? thanks in advance from Australia (I need to sleep..it is past 2 am).
 

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I think you mean wealth distribution? This is hard to ascertain because a wallet contains hundreds of addresses, and linking them to one natural person is inherently difficult due to the pseudonymous nature of the blockchain. Rich lists for individual addresses and guesstimated rich lists based off linked transactions are available on cryptoid.info, for example https://chainz.cryptoid.info/dash/#!wallets

I attached a screenshot of this site taken for comparison - timestamp seems to be June 13, 2017 but I can't be 100% certain about that since I didn't make the file. I got it from reddit I think.
 

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You have been a HUGE help...thanks. I will surely use fresh data from the chains website on wallet sizes. I made a video and then realised my information was not completely accurate. I have gone back to the drawing board and am gearing up to start from scratch.
thanks from Australia.
 
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