Situation: Staking rewards are not desirable against the cost of gas to send the staking amount. Currently (at current reward rate) it would take 2 months to pay back the initial cost of gas on 100k tokens. There may be too many tokens than are needed in liquidity pool. Say the liquidity pool only needs 10 million tokens, then users should be capped to be able to send only as many tokens proportional to capped number of stakers (say 100). So this example would set a capped amount of tokens that can be staked per user at 100k. 10,000,000 / 100 = 100,000 (this is only an example). It is unlikely that someone who wants to stake 10 million tokens would setup 10 different staking DAPP accounts and 10 different staking wallets as that is a lot to manage (not that it can’t be done, but someone would be incredibly determined to do that).
Proposed solution: I propose capping total number of stakers and staking amounts. Actual amounts can be determined based on total liquidity need per monthly basis average.
Expected result: This will help level the playing field and ensure that stakers receive a more fairly distributed reward which will hopefully compsensate for cost of gas + a little profit.