Greater than 48 totally different crypto tasks previously primarily based on the failed Terra ecosystem have discovered a resurgence by migrating over to Polygon.
Polygon Studios CEO Ryan Wyatt expressed delight at his community’s capacity to onboard many tasks to the ecosystem in a Saturday tweet. He hinted that Polygon’s multimillion-dollar Terra Developer Fund has been efficient in attracting the expertise that was unexpectedly flung into limbo when Terra collapsed in Could.
It was so superior to assist and welcome all these fantastic builders to our thriving ecosystem!
— Ryan Wyatt (@Fwiz) July 8, 2022
Polygon is a community that serves as a layer-2 scaling resolution for the Ethereum community.
Among the many higher-profile tasks to maneuver to Polygon are the Lunaverse (LUV) metaverse platform, the OnePlanet nonfungible token (NFT) market and the Derby Stars play-to-earn (P2E) sport.
OnePlanet has been instrumental in serving to different NFT tasks migrate to Polygon. It has turn into a platform dedicated to helping NFT tasks from Terra with its Ark*One initiative.
OnePlant’s Saturday weblog publish outlines how Ark*One has helped “A complete of 48 NFT tasks, encompassing 90 NFT collections” port over to Polygon:
“This represents a big proportion of Terra tasks, together with some that didn’t launch on One Planet earlier than the cataclysmic de-peg occasion.”
Since June 15, Ark*One has decreased the assist it offers to aspiring tasks, however the crew says it is going to “nonetheless present technical assist for tasks who wish to migrate from Terra” and permit tasks to launch on Polygon utilizing its launchpad.
Polygon seems to have been extra profitable at attracting Terra tasks than the VeChain ecosystem. Thus far, it doesn’t seem that many Terra tasks have made the transfer to the layer-1 ecosystem regardless of VeChain brazenly welcoming Terra builders to use for a grant.
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The Terra ecosystem suffered a monumental collapse in Could when its TerraUSD Basic (USTC) stablecoin misplaced its peg, forcing its native token Luna Basic (LUNC) to crash practically 100% in worth from over $60 to fractions of a cent. The community has been renamed Terra Basic, and its native token now has the LUNC ticker, whereas a brand new iteration has adopted the Terra title and LUNA ticker.
It has but to realize a lot traction or confidence because the crypto bear market deepens.