The treasury events will work as quarterly votes to either increase, decrease, or continue a certain number of TRB locked in treasury contracts. For example, for the first 4 quarters of Tellor, the system will allow 100,000 TRB each quarter to be locked (A in Figure 4). Once one year comes around, 105,000 TRB are set to be released into circulation. If the price of TRB (D in Figure 4) has increased substantially, the community should allow these coins to be released, maybe even decreasing the amount locked (e.g. issue only 75,000 in Treasuries next month (B in Figure 4)). If the price however has decreased, the Tellor community can vote to increase the Treasury issuance to 200,000, thus creating external demand for parties to buy TRB to lock in the treasury, increasing the price by reducing the circulating supply (C in Figure 4).