- 57% of participants said no with veto power
- Here they complained about the lack of funds and the lack of transparency of the proposal
- “Six Samurai” wanted to revive the project, including through a number of innovations
We previously reported that a group of engineers who called themselves “Six Samurai” proposed to revive the Terra Classic project. To this end, they requested a budget of $116,000, but were rebuffed with veto power.
Voting on proposal 11600 ended. 57% of the participants answered it “No, with the right to veto”, another 36% – “No”, and only 7% – “Yes”. Thus, the initiative was completely blocked.
Recall that Six Samurai proposed a number of measures to develop the project, including the launch of a testnet, the transition to Columbus-6 and a rewards program for developers.
Some of the steps mentioned in the application have been approved. But large quorum members such as Happy Catty Crypto, Classy’s Sphere, Lunanauts, JESUSisLORD, StakeBin spoke out strongly against it.
The main reason is the lack of funds in the treasury. The community noted that they simply could not allocate such an amount to implement an ambitious plan. In addition, opponents of the proposal lamented the lack of transparency and high credibility of the already existing development team.
Interestingly, before that, “Six Samurai” stated that they were ready to cooperate with any other team that would receive the right to manage the project. So far, the group has not commented on the results of the vote.