But I think its a bit meaningless, someone could argue that the miners are there to keep the transactions valid, so only people doing transactions should pay.
Savings in Bitcoin are actually old transactions. Their security is proportional to the processing power that was committed to the chain since they were transacted. That processing power had real cost to those operating the network. This is the storage cost I refer to.
My proposal is to charge cost of storage by applying a minimum transaction cost proportional to the age of the source and amount for a new transaction.
I need no philosophy or monetary policy behind the proposal it stands on economic logic.
At the end of the day you can argue all you want, but the best path of action is to leave it to the miners to decide how they want to fund themselves. And if someone is not happy about it, he/she can jump in and compete with them (or start a new currency with more like-minded miners).
I am initiating thinking, I belive is rational, this is how things change or fork.