As Leading Developer Shuts Down Validator, Terra Classic FUD persists


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After delivering the Rebel Station wallet, Terra Classic (LUNC) developer Vegas announced on Friday that he is shutting down his validator node “Vegas Validator” and leaving the project.

Edward Kim and Tobias “Zaradar” Anderson, the core developers of Terra Classic who created the burn tax and staking, left Terra Rebels earlier this week. In the meantime, the neighborhood wants to know why Terra Rebels received USD 150,000 as part of the contentious Proposal 11030 to isolate Rebel Station from TFL infrastructure.

Following the Terra Rebels’ funding allocation, the number of employees fell from over 25 to 12. Edward Kim and Zaradar, who were responsible for the major developments in Terra Classic, left Terra Rebels.

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