Cyberfi (CFI) just recently announced a way to incentivize the largest stakers by creating a tier that allows qualified wallets to partake in launches without investing money in the IDO. This tier instead is incentivized with an allocation via an airdrop due to their support and large quantity of tokens staked.
One creative aspect of this approach is it allows individuals in stricter countries (e.g. US and Canada) to benefit from the INKUBATOR without infringing on regulations (I'm not a lawyer but this makes sense to the best of my knowledge). It could bring in higher volume stakers and incentivize people to accumulate larger quantities of OCTO in order to reach that tier.
I'm not sure if the structure of launches has been finalized or firmed up, but even if it is more similar to launchpool or more democratized platforms vs. defined token tiers, I think it could still hold a role.
I hope this opens discussions, as there are some innovative strategies to increase the Inkubator's tentacles to a wider audience that could bring more traction and supporters who may otherwise be excluded elsewhere.