I agree with this too. If the majority of new Darwins start with 0 D-periods without importing previous trading histrory, then it is unfair when few traders import previous trading history and start Darwin with Ex10.
I am also a lot hurt by Experience IA calculation formula. I'm not going to complain here. It is what it is.
But could @JesusDarwinex give me explanation why they decided to allow to some lucky traders with previous trading history to jump forward 100s of native Darwins and get Ex10 right away and get unfair advantage to enter DarwinIA? I can imagine that 100s of traders are not very happy when they find out that it will take them at least 1 year at best to be able to enter DarwinIA or to become attractive to investors.
Maybe I am biased coz I do not have track record to import. @JesusDarwinex So can you tell me why it would be fair or unfair to start every single Darwin with 0 D-periods to level the field? What was your reasoning that you decided that it is not unfair to give few traders advantage of starting Darwin with Ex10?
What others think? What traders who imported long track record think? Would they complain if Darwinex decided to level the field and start everyone with 0 D-periods?
I think that importing track record is ok and it could be taken to calculate all IAs but Ex.
Or maybe solution could be what @JJENSLOPFAM suggested. To turn Ex into two IAs to account for trading length since Darwin was created. This way the field would be at least a little more leveled for all.