maximum supply of verium is infinity

I've found many posts on this topic, but still not satisfied, so I go directly into the code
in main.cpp

unsigned int calculateBlocktime(const CBlockIndex* pindex)
{
    unsigned int nBlockTime;
    double diff = GetDifficulty(pindex);
    double dBlockTime = -13.03*log(diff)+180;
    if (dBlockTime < 15)
    {   
        nBlockTime = 15;
    }
    else
    {
        nBlockTime = dBlockTime;
    }
    return nBlockTime;
}   
        
int64_t calculateMinerReward(const CBlockIndex* pindex)
{   
    int64_t nReward;
    unsigned int nBlockTime = calculateBlocktime(pindex);
    int height = pindex->nHeight+1;
    if (height == 1)
    {
        nReward = 564705 * COIN; // Verium purchased in presale ICO
    }
    else if ((pindex->nMoneySupply/COIN) > 2899999)
    {   
        double dReward = 0.04*exp(0.0116*nBlockTime); // Reward schedule after 10x VRC supply parity
        nReward = dReward * COIN;
    }   
    else
    {
        double dReward = 0.25*exp(0.0116*nBlockTime); // Reward schedule up to 10x VRC supply parity
        nReward = dReward * COIN;
    }
    return nReward;
}          

I only focus on these lines

    else if ((pindex->nMoneySupply/COIN) > 2899999)
    {   
        double dReward = 0.04*exp(0.0116*nBlockTime); // Reward schedule after 10x VRC supply parity
        nReward = dReward * COIN;
    }   

let

T=nBlockTime
t=seconds after hit 2899999 supply
v=new verium supply every year after hit 2899999 supply

then

v = 3600*24*365/T*0.04*exp(0.0116*T) 

when T=15 (minimum block time), v=100078.9
when T=86 (stationary point of the supply function, 1/0.0116=86.2) v=39775.9
when T=300 (very low difficulty) v=136486.6

That means,
At least 39775 coins are produced every year, and no theoretical upper limit.
However, practical upper limit would be 136486.6
Sounds a little crazy, although in 10 years, the total supply is still very low.
Please correct me if I'm wrong. I've been very bad at doing calculations...

I don't know why we didn't set an upper limit on verium's total supply.
Surely one reason is that we want verium's supply align with vericoin, but why?
In real world, gold's total supply didn't align with US dollars, right?

A currency cannot have a limited supply in real world use case. its the only practical solution, atleast thats my opinion.

https://twitter.com/VeriumReserve/status/926156646241378304

Yearly supply increase of 1.7%-2% for both VeriCoin and Verium. Disinflationary Currency and Reserve

@mat but verium is supposed to be commodity, not currency, any commodity I know has upper limit on supply, or practical upper limit.
Ok, maybe I'm wrong, commodity can be produced infinitely, but still, gold can't.

What would happen to miners if there was a limit. They would stop mining and the network would cease. I think the commodity vs. currency is partially the product of the two block chains. Verium being slow, and expensive but very secure shares it's security with the Vericoin chain that is fast and cheap, but less secure, so it can lend some speed to the Verium blockchain.

That is the strength of the binary chain, and why we have a commodity and a currency.

@joeu miners won't stop if there was a limit, checkout bitcoin, there are fees besides block rewards.

And if Verium was worth 10000 then I would be very happy to confirm a transaction for just 0.2