TerraCVita has released its whitepaper.
Independent Terra Classic development group TerraCVita has released its whitepaper, per a tweet from the group today.
Want to see how @TerraCVita plans to help get #LUNC to $40bn and beyond, our whitepaper is released. Read it on our discord or TG. 🚀🔥⚒
If you want to help make this happen redelegate to us. https://t.co/JpMydbSUAm
— TerraCVita (@TerracVita) December 23, 2022
The 20-page document (including tables of content and cover pages) also includes the team’s roadmap. Notably, it includes plans to launch a decentralized exchange (DEX), a governance token via an initial coin offering, a Terra Classic fiat on/off-ramp, a launchpad for projects, and a metaverse. The roadmap reveals that the team plans to burn 5 trillion Terra Luna Classic (LUNC) through decentralized applications (DApps).
It is worth noting that sustainable development funding continues to be a cause for concern for the Terra Classic chain. TerraCVita addressing this concern proposes to generate funding through philanthropy and business. Combining both sources identified by the group, the avenues include:
- Grants from the community pool
- Third-party grants
- Commissions from the TerraCVita validator
- Fees from the proposed DEX
- Sales of TerraCVita merchandise
- Business activity fees
It bears mentioning that the group is currently in charge of maintaining the Terra Station wallet for the Terra Classic community. They took over after the Terra Rebels earlier in the month opted to focus on Rebel Station, a Terraform Labs independent alternative. On Tuesday, the group claimed to have completed the infrastructure requirements to fix Terra Station instability concerns.
Its achievements include the partnership that brought about TerraCasino.io, which has burned at least 1 million LUNC. It is also in partnership with a group called Unity Development team, which is working on a lending and borrowing app.
At the moment, the Terra Classic network has several development groups. There are currently whispers that Edward Kim and Tobias Andersen, AKA Zaradar, who recently left the Terra Rebels, are planning to launch a team to focus on Layer 1 work.