As I already said, the number of lots traded displayed on Myfxbook is not an accurate measure, because they treat 1000 shares on Stock CFDs as 1000 lots. You will need to filter out only the Forex pairs to see the exact lots traded on Forex pairs.
For example, in the screenshot below, the BA.NYS trade was closed at break-even at 0 pip, and the commission was only -$4.74 for a 65 'lot' trade - which is clearly not the same as 65 lots in a Forex trade.
The amount of commission we receive is only about $0.50/$5.50 = 1/11 of the total commission displayed on the accounts. So take the High Risk account for example, currently the total commission paid is $9451.30, so our share of commission is only around $9451.30 / 11 = $859.21 over the past 6 months...and that's on an account that is $100K in size. The account easily has gains / losses more than that on a daily basis.
So I hope you can see by now that earning commission will never be the main source of income for us. Our goal is to trade profitably in the long term and earn the performance fee that we deserve. 😄