As Luna Classic owners, the Terra Allies senior full stack engineering team, known as the Six Samurai, has highlighted their intense passion in their Q3 budget proposal.
An additional proposal for the upcoming quarter has emerged as a result of a shared governance proposal on liquid staking derivatives in Terra Classic (LUNC). The creation of a focused team made up of six senior full-stack engineers is suggested by this new concept.
The group, also referred to as the “Six Samurai,” is the senior full stack engineering team for Terra Allies. They demonstrate their ardor as LUNC owners and their dedication to restoring Terra Classic’s ecosystem.
Terra, which was formerly a sophisticated ecosystem, saw substantial changes in 2022 as a result of issues with its TerraUSD (UST) stablecoin and LUNA asset. The new asset is now known as Terra (LUNA2), and Terra now runs on a new blockchain called Terra 2.0.
The suggested spending plan is $116,000 for the third quarter of 2023. The team’s roadmap includes crucial milestones like upgrading to the most recent Cosmos SDK version and moving from Columbus-5 to Columbus-6.
The team wants to add Terra Classic to Mintscan, a Cosmos block explorer for cryptocurrency exchanges and users, as well as Keplr’s web interface, a tool for analytical visualizations.
The team declares that they are prepared to make the required steps to genuinely restore the ecosystem. Additionally, they emphasize their readiness to work with and communicate with other teams working on the development of LUNC. The LUNC community has responded favorably to the idea, demonstrating a tendency to vote in favor of it.