Thanks for your reply! Actually that looks really bad to me, when I do the maths.
There are 90.000 billion USD World Money supply in the world. Stellar right now with 20billion lumens is at 1,7billion. Compared to other cryptos, they are right now 104,7/19,17=5,46 -> 5,46x1,7= 9,28 billion worth. Makes them number 3 right now.
The problem is that the market don't know this. They only see the 19,17 billion available and with them via supply and demand the current price is 0,009USD per lumen.
When you than furthermore increase the total volume via 1% of 100billion, instead of only the available coins(which they should do in my opinion), the set price and the real price per coin are going exponentially apart.
Because new traded inflation lumens are only created with 20x1.001years and new created ones which are not traded are 104x1.001years. The market will never be able to catch up to that amount, so the SDF has to give them away under their terms, which means a growing dependency on the SDF, which I don't like. Better would be a decreasing dependency by giving away all new coins to only the available coins. Or to slow that process down, only create and give away new lumens to available coins, which to me would be the best.