Many cryptocurrencies require an enormous amount of energy for mining to generate the coins. This would not fit the fundamentally sustainable character of EVIMERO. For this reason, a fixed number of 10 billion tokens was generated. It is technically impossible to generate more tokens. Energy-intensive mining is therefore not required.
A burn fee (1%) on each transaction always cuts off a small portion and "burns" it, making the remaining tokens worth more. In addition, 2% of each transaction is returned to the EVIMERO ecosystem for marketing allocations. Unlike a tax, the transaction fee continuously increases the value of EVIMERO. With common fiat currencies, there is a risk of uncontrolled money supply increase. This is technically impossible in the EVIMERO ecosystem.
Certainly, the question could arise whether the deflationary process will cause the tokens to run out at some point. This is prevented by the fact that the tokens can be subdivided and these shares can be traded on.
This is also solved in this way for well-known cryptocurrencies. Many investors would not be willing to buy a "whole" token or coin, for example, if the prices exceed a certain amount. Therefore, we see a subdivision as useful and have integrated this mechanism into EVIMERO.