So I just voted for the 50th day in a row and I got over 26k in a matter of seconds! In my opinion, that's too many rupees for voting and basically like a nation printing loads of money. It creates hyperinflation and I feel that it is causing some issues with the economy. I start to ask, what's really backing this money?Everyone in the Empire can easily become rich without much effort, and once they are rich, a few things happen:Prices go up, such as we are notably seeing with diamonds and other items.Labour is hard to find. Nobody needs money, so they don't have an incentive to work for it.There is very little incentive for someone to offer a product or service for less. This has led to situations where mega-malls can easily dominate the market and nobody bothers looking for cheaper shops or suppliers.Less motivation to establish new and creative businesses or more shops because you already have more than enough money.Ultimately, when there is no real challenge and everything comes easy, the game is not as much fun. The rupees you have don't mean much because you always have enough.These are obviously all negative effects that we don't want. I had some ideas:I think the rupee bonuses for daily streaks could be at least cut in half. 13k would have been just as motivating to me.Raffles and draws. Each person buys tickets or can get them for voting, and at the end of each day, week, month, there is a prize draw. There are many variations on this, but perhaps:20% of daily pool goes out daily.15% of weekly pool goes out weekly.10% of monthly pool goes out monthly. Plus some sort of rare.55% remains with the empire.Some deals at the /shop for certain items. Such as the Ore Buster or similar. For the best results, the deals should change often and/or be items which are really hard or impossible to obtain naturally.Property tax. Maybe 10r/day or something small to hold onto extra residencesSell max res vouchers (for a lot of rupees), anti-derelict, etc.Really rich players could buy the ability to establish wilderness outposts or such.Activities and challenges that cost rupees.I know some of the suggestions might not be liked, and it's not important what ideas are implemented. The point is, find more ways to spend rupees to get them out of the system and give them more value.