Would Bitcoin Have Been Better of Deflating Over Time, Rather Once Every Four Years?


I first herd about Bitcoin in 2012 and didn't notice it until the end of 2016 when it started it's bull run to $20K! This was when I started to learn about it's cycles and it's halving once every four years(ish). I understood the importance of the "Halving" as it creates an artificial deflation which makes Bitcoin more scarce and more valuable.

One thing that confuses me is would Bitcoin have been better of deflating over time as opposed to one halving every four years? below is an example:

Years 1-4: First Bitcoin reward was 50 BTC!

Years 4-8: Second Bitcoin reward was 25BTC!

And so on the Bitcoin reward halves after a certain amount of blocks are mined (Approximately every four years)

But wouldn't Bitcoin be better of deflating over the course of the 4 years?

There are 210,000 blocks that need to be mined to trigger a halving!

There are 1451 days in four years (Plus a leap year day)

This means Bitcoin could or should have lowered the reward rate between years 1-4 by 0.01722949 BTC per day approximately! until Bitcoin reached 210,000 blocks and then between years 4-8 by 0.00861474 BTC per day! (That's Bitcoin going from 50-25 BTC in years 1-4 then 25-12.5 BTC in years 4-8)

This would have stopped the huge price swings in Bitcoin and made it more stable money over the course of time!

My only guess as to why Satoshi didn't do this was to get Bitcoin off the ground to attract miners to mine it at the start?

Maybe there is a good reason which is why I'm asking this wonderful Subreddit!