- Terra Classic hits yearly lows as USTC Quant Team strives for repeg.
- Spend proposal #11716 was rejected by the Terra Classic community.
- Nova Validator offers $20,000 in funding to the USTC Quant Team.
A new point of contention emerges in the Terra Classic community. The recent funding proposal #11716 suggests a payout of 285 million $LUNC. If passed, the USTC Quant team would be paid around $19,500 for the coding work, including the trademark ‘Zombie USTC’ hunt around the blockchain. This USTC burn campaign by the Quant Team also involves the 800M tokens recently retrieved from the Ozone Protocol.
Despite the favorable voting in the first few days, only 23% of Terra Luna Classic community members voted Yes, while 50% voted to abstain and 25% said No. The opinions vary: a few major Terra validators, including Happy Catty Crypto, SolidVote, Vegas Node, and JESUSisLORD voted against, while LUNC DAO and Lunanauts approved the proposal.
USTC Quant Team Finds the Good Samaritan
The rejected funding proposal divided the embattled Terra Classic community into two camps. The largest blockchain validator, Nova, saved the day by suggesting paying the 285 million Terra Luna Classic (LUNC) tokens to the USTC Quant developers for their hard work.
Nova Validator now takes up 0.528% of voting power on the blockchain network, as the validator delegates a colossal 5.39 billion $LUNC. According to him, the situation is a breach of contract, as members refuse to pay for work that has already been done: “We will now be funding the USTC Team directly with our commissions in response to this breach of contract by validators.”
USTC Quant Team member Bilbo Baggins advised: “If you want to see the chain fixed, it’s time to redelegate away from those who have voted against the best interests of the chain and broken their contract after work has been delivered.”
On The Flipside
- According to USTC Quant Team dev Bilbo Baggins, the proposal was sabotaged by Happy Catty Crypto.
- This narrative suggests that the famous YouTuber has been “actively hindering progress” and blocking devs on social media.
Why This Matters
The vast and active community behind the downtrodden Terra Classic blockchain aims to revitalize a once-thriving network.
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