- Terra Revival Plan gained past the threshold to proceed with the new Terra chain.
- Do Kwon puts efforts to list Luna 2.0 on major exchange platforms.
The launching of Terra’s new blockchain is the talk of the town in cryptomarket. Every individual in the cryptoworld has focused on it, even after the historical downfall of Luna and collapsing stablecoin UST, the Terra has managed to hold its audience together. The voting for the proposal 1623 has fulfilled quorum and launch is confirmed on the announced date, May 27.
Terra has officially tweeted that the code has successfully passed the audit conducted by SCV-Security. Terra 2.0 is completely independent of the parent blockchain Terra classic, it has been built on the Cosmo SDK and native modules are implemented over Tendermint & Cosmwasm.
The voting percentage shows the Terra community support, 200 million votes have been cast in favor of the proposal, which encapsulates 65.50%. Terra thanked its members for the immense support they displayed for the revival plan in their tweet.
“Our strength will always be in our community, and today is the most resounding sign yet of our resilience. We can’t wait to resume our work together building the future of money.”
Terra and Exchange Platforms
Major exchange platforms withdrew their support for Terra for a brief amount of time, but Do Kwon, CEO of Terra seems to be consistent in gaining back the confidence. According to Heraldcorp, Do Kwon had approached the top 5 exchanges in Korea to list Terra 2.0.
The other exchanges that are ready to include the new Terra blockchain are Huobi, FTX, MEXC, Binance, and Bybit.
Another crucial function of the exchange platform is during the Terra 2.0 airdrop, the Terra Builders Alliance (TBA) has framed the distribution of tokens to the investors before and after the collapse in certain percentages.