To break down the core solution, we must first return to the central issue of prolonged pegging times experienced during the continual sell pressure of our previous commerce-backed stable coin. While the four previous stability mechanisms, in theory, should have resulted in a 1:1 peg at some point in the future, the price drop is an exponential function. The further the decline, the longer it takes to regain peg. This problem was partially rectified by the collateralized Treasury system and its backing for THO. The principle here involves continual buy support at a predetermined backing price which would, in turn, set a hypothetical minimum price for THO. However, it has become apparent that we have also doubled the allocation weight of THO within STATIK from 10% to 20%. While this, in theory, should provide more rewards that are resistant to stagnation, therefore promoting holding, in practice, it has shown not to have as significant of an effect as we would have hoped.