I made a small simulation using a robust profolio (that of @CavaliereVerde )
If we had invested 10K in the "core" profolio for 3 months, these would be the results for the investor and for the darwins:
If we take a period of 7 months, (it has been hard for me to find a period in which the profolio loses, it is robust ), this is the result:
Obviously, the managers of the darwins always earn more money in the current format (with equal investment). However, investors would almost always make more money (or lose less) with the Superdarwin format, regardless of the robustness of the profolio. This would bring more investors to Darwinex, which would benefit everyone.
For me it is clear that Superdarwin would improve the invertibility of darwins, a clear example of win-win for traders, investors and for Darwinex's bottom line.
What do you think @ignacio?