The Luna token must be made deflationary or a permanent burn tax of no more than 1%. These measures will help to increase the capitalization of the Luna and reduce the total number of tokens.
So, a permanent tax of 1% is introduced on all transactions with the token. Assuming a daily 100% turnover of tokens, then in 3 years no more than 100 million tokens will remain in circulation. What will be the price in this case? Minimum 100 dollars per token, but the price will probably be even higher. If this 1% tax on burning tokens is constant, then the price of the token in 5 years will exceed the value of bitcoin.
We have over six trillion tokens. Maybe we can set the tax at 1% for a few years, then reduce it to 0.5% once we get under one trillion, and to .1% when we get under one billion.
A tax of 0.1% will allow you to burn about 30% of tokens annually. This is certainly not fast, but such a tax does not burden anyone with its severity.