Money is a commodity whose goal is to transport value through space and time. We are living through -- in human-species scale -- a brief 90-year experiment in the artificial elimination of a free market of monies by violence of the state (until bitcoin was invented).
Artificially increasing and decreasing the supply of money in an economy has about just as much utility as artificially increasing and decreasing the supply of any other good -- which is none.
Bitcoin's success narrative doesn't depend on the amount of non-scarce dollars the market is willing to trade for it ceasing to change ('stabilize'). The success narrative is: an increasing set of people understanding that the hardest money always wins. Bitcoin is one halvening away from being harder than gold and is _the_ hardest money ever in existance. Those who have taken exposure to bitcoin will have more wealth preserved than those who denominate their value in inflatable dollars. As more people see bitcoin improving the quality of life of individuals they also take exposure to bitcoin. This process doesn't need a planner nor intelligent agents, it just needs bricolage.