The term "inflation" usually refers to prices for goods and services in the offical fiat currency of a country.
In that sense "inflation" does not really apply to the price of one unit of crypto in fiat.
You probably refer to the price of 1 Crypto in Fiat and assume that that price must go down if more of such crypto units are thrown onto the market. And as a result you would need to exchange more crypto to pay for the fiat price of a good or service.
So these are two different kinds of inflation with a cumulative effect.
When more coins are issued (mined and sold) than taken from the market the price goes down (and vice versa).
But in our exiting times we need to be aware, that we are now at the beginning of a huge and complete transition from BAD money to much BETTER money, which can do without banks, regulations. government control and value skimming through digital money printing. A transition which will continue for a few decades until there are no more shiny bank skyscrapers.
So there is currently a huge amount of fiat money brought into the crypto world and that money is looking for promising coins, which can fulfil specific purposes, like easy payment, safe storage of value, identity verification (like Civic (cvc)) and many new purposes, which are waiting to be discovered. Blockchain supplies Trust. Money is just one aspect of that.
During this transition phase the value of coins gets determined through price discovery by supply and demand on the market.
The fiat price of coins deemed valuable will rise - to the moon - if you want, because of the general devaluation of fiat, which is a logical consequence of this transition.
All the other coins, those without any specific purpose apart from speculation will not be taken up. One reason that a coin gets abandoned, among many others, might be the inflationary effect, when too many tokens are released after ICO.
We got used to be caught in a financial system, designed and fine tuned to rob us of the fruits of our work and ideas, but quite unexpectedly a door opened through which the bright light of an exciting future is shining in.
And some, the first pioneers, mostly young folk, have the courage to actually walk out.
Those who just buy crypto to get lucky (most of us) have just gotten up, but not walked out yet.
A second step is needed, a step that is even more important than protecting your hard earned money from inflation.
If you prefer to escape the Fiat hell into the Crypto paradise, you need to START earning Crypto and STOP earning Fiat !
And that needs real effort. Much more than just opening an account at an exchange to jump on the train, when its on the way up.