Reading time: ~2 m
The developer of the Dogecoin crypto project (DOGE) Billy Marcus expressed in a message to his audience his attitude to the creation of the Terra 2.0 blockchain. Released this afternoon, May 25, 2022, the message of the founder of Terraform Labs Do Kwon about the results of the vote in favor of launching a fork of the network, caused indignation of Marcus.
The text of the message of the creator of Dogecoin said that the LUNA 2.0 token has no potential, and people who believe in the prospects of this asset are not far-sighted.
Despite the fact that the crypto activist did not mention specific significant events, social media users suspect that with his statement, Marcus once again demonstrated a sharply negative assessment of the situation around the collapse of the Terra platform.
Earlier, the developer was criticized by Do Kwon himself, whom Marcus considered living in a “bubble where they read a single book about game theory” and called “not understanding anything in life.” He also appealed to the audience not to express confidence in what was said by the head of Terra.
Members of the crypto community noted that after this negative attack, Do Kwon blocked the possibility of receiving messages from the account of the creator of DOGE.
The launch of the new Terra Luna 2.0 blockchain is scheduled for May 27, 2022. On the eve of the network will be taken a picture, which will be the beginning of the work of the fork. The transition to the new chain, according to the statement of the terra technical team, will be accompanied by a change in the name of the LUNA 1.0 token to Luna Classic (LUNC), and the native token of the new LUNA 2.0 blockchain network will be marked with the previous LUNA ticker.
New virtual tokens will be sent to LUNC holders according to the data of the previously produced snapshot.
Earlier, the editors of Crypto.ru reported that American expert John Makers expressed confidence about the imminent legalization of cryptocurrencies in Russia.
#Dogecoin #CEO #Billy #Marcus #criticized #Terra #Kwon