What are some very optimal tokenomics for a substrate based blockchain without any parachains that can be easily implemented using substrate's default framework ? The documentation on W3 research says to maintain (for chains without any parachains) atleast 75% of the tokens staked. 1-If this peg is not maintained..what will happen?? other than there will be more tokens in circulation in the market.. does it affect the stability of the chain?? 2-What if we keep all the parameters same as what is described in Web3's substrate guide but only change the staking % to 50% instead of 75% that is advised ? (without parachains) 3-Substrate docs says if staking drop below 50% the security of the network will be compromised? What does that mean? because in Polkadot tokenomics its mentioned that if staking drops below 50% the validators rewards will increase and also % of Inflation will go to treasury. Will Treasury tokens balance out the staking % decrease?
I think you may need to rewrite this question to make it more specific and focused on one point.
It seems you are mixing to two things here:
- The token economics of a Substrate based blockchain, which in principle can be any token economics, completely up to the blockchain developer to define. It could be, for example, the token economics of Bitcoin, with difficulty-adjusted PoW and halving in emission every 4 years approx.
- The specific token economics that are defined for Polkadot (and Kusama) and discussed extensively here. These token economics were specifically designed for a blockchain like Polkadot: a NPoS chain acting as the relay chain in an ecosystem of Parachains.