A requirement in trading as well as most other things in life, scaling as is defined by the Websters dictionary: v. to find out the size, extent, or amount of. And it is exactly what we are currently working on, is the ability for our software to adapt to certain changes in terms of demands for maintaining a steady volume while steadily decreasing the rate of trades in relation to the size, so in other words; larger size orders at a lower rate of fire should mean that the risk has not been drastically increased (by my current understanding of risk).
This is why the rate of trades has been decreased from an average of 18000 trades every 30 days, to roughly 16,000 trades. And the minimum size orders has been modified to increase by about 5% until a certain condition is met.
If the condition (that being for all balances to become in equilibrium and safely and steadily balance each other correctly), then the scaling can be incremented, otherwise -- if the balances incrementally are in disarray and are unable to achieve a certain balance, then the scaling must be decreased (meaning smaller sized orders at a higher rate of fire).