The first exchange is the sale of 20% of the coins. Within 6 months, 100% of the money from the sale of coins goes to the DEX liquidity pool.
The second exchange is the sale of 15% of the coins. 95% of the money from the sale of coins goes to the liquidity pool, 5% goes to the developer. The developer uses the money from his share to integrate into the exchanges.
The third exchange is the sale of 10% of the coins, 95% of the money from the sale of the coins goes to the liquidity pool, 5% goes to the developer. The developer again uses the money from his share to integrate into the next exchange.
Provided that there is not enough money in the developer's share to integrate into the exchange, in this case a survey is created within the community. With the question, is it worth spending more money on integration into the exchange? If the community chooses “no”, then the next integration of the exchange is carried out by the developer himself. (small probability that it will come to this) But only in winter. Developer money. It's only at the end of every fall.
The fourth exchange sells less than 10% of the coins, and again 95% of the money to the liquidity pool, 5% to the developer, and again the developer uses his share to integrate into the exchange.
On the following exchanges, it is difficult to predict what % of coins will be issued, it is difficult to simulate what % of coins the developer will have at a given time, since the coins and money from the developer’s wallet will be deposited into the liquidity pool. (Volume depends on the price) Perhaps from another wallet or several wallets (if the "security service" decides so).
As a result, the developer must have 7% (+ -1%) in the wallet, and he has the right to sell no more than 1% per year
For projects in the real world, which was written in the roadmap, you can use these funds and commission from DEX liquidity pools.