A much more intelligent approach is NETD (first introduced by Atlas USV), which accomplishes both Objectives 1 and 2. One of the core elements of NETD is to have a large initial supply, but lock up a large portion of it in various lockboxes. The protocol owned tokens get diluted, sold, or given out as incentive reward over time as various new participants gain market share. Furthermore, PODL tokens are not staked and therefore get diluted over time. In short, the protocol's smart contracts and wallet (not particular users) are the largest whale at the beginning of the protocol to protect users from other hostile whales. However, the protocol's influence diminishes and asymptotically approaches zero as the user network grows and gains strength.