After reading some of your opinions, I propose a distribution plan for the remaining tokens, and everyone is welcome to discuss it.
The first plan is to destroy half of the tokens in the community pool which Mr.Ping has already submitted. There are still half of the tokens left in the pool. For those remaining tokens, I agree with SickleZhang’s opinion, dividing them with active users. We can allocate those rewards to active addresses by ranking the transactions from the highest to the lowest for all addresses (including numbers of votes for proposals, withdraws, and delegations) since the launch of mainnet. To avoid speculation, it is recommended to count the number of transactions until 2019/12/31. To avoid unfairness due to proportional distribution and equal distribution, it is recommended to divide by a hierarchy. The first 100 addresses will get 1000 IRIS reward, the next 100 addresses will get 800 IRIS reward; then the following 100 addresses will get 600 IRIS until distributing that 70 % of the IRIS in the pool. This method not only reduces the Matthew effect of large delegators obtaining more rewards but also reduces the phenomenon of one user controlling multiple addresses. (The above data is only an example and does not represent the actual data. The accurate data will be determined based on the investigation.)
Besides, according to the ideas from other communities, a lucky draw is recommended, 50% burn, 35% allocation to active addresses, 15% for a lucky draw.