LUNA (Terra) | Cryptocurrency In Singapore

Terra is an ambitious crypto project to build a stable coin through e-commerce. Early backers include four of the world's largest crypto exchanges. Terra aims to complement existing payment solutions by offering its own Stripe-like payment option that would allow customers to pay using its coin (a name hasn’t been decided on yet). For merchants, that could mean circumventing existing payment networks like Visa, which take a cut of all revenue. On the other side, the project could help offer incentives for consumers to buy using the token, for example, through discounts that don’t add to the e-commerce platform’s cash burn. Because buying crypto and using wallets still isn’t mainstream and it is a clunky experience - there’s also the potential for consumers to earn tokens when they use platforms. The token would be spendable across all supported e-commerce services. Terra has secured quite a list of partners. There are 15 e-commerce services signed up - including Woowa Brothers, Qoo10, Carousell, Pomelo, and Tiki - which between them boast a cumulative 40 million customers and some $25 billion in annual transaction volume.

We have presented Terra, a stable digital currency that is designed to complement both existing fiat and cryptocurrencies as a way to transact and store value. The protocol adjusts the supply of Terra in response to changes in demand to keep its price stable. This is achieved using Luna, the mining token whose stable rewards are designed to absorb volatility from changing economic cycles. Terra also achieves efficient adoption by returning seigniorage not invested in stability back to its users. Its transparent and democratic distribution mechanism gives dApps the power to attract and retain users by tapping into Terra’s economic growth. If Bitcoin’s contribution to cryptocurrency was immutability, and Ethereum expressivity, our value-add will be usability. The potential applications of Terra are immense. Immediately, we foresee Terra being used as a medium-of-exchange in online payments, allowing people to transact freely at a fraction of the fees charged by other payment methods. As the world starts to become more and more decentralized, we see Terra being used as a dApp platform where price-stable token economies are built on Terra. Terra is looking to become the first usable currency and stability platform on the blockchain, unlocking the power of decentralization for mainstream users, merchants, and developers.

Terra Protocol offers strong incentives for users to join the network with an efficient fiscal spending regime, managed by a Treasury, where multiple stimulus programs compete for financing. That is, proposals from community participants will be vetted by the rest of the ecosystem and will be financed with the objective to increase adoption and expand the potential use cases. The Terra Protocol with its balance between fostering stability and adoption represents a meaningful complement to fiat currencies as a means of payment and store of value.


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2nd Oct 2019 - This afternoon, we revealed that:

  1. Terra now powers global payments in Hong Kong with SSG Duty Free. Terra aims to hit an annual run rate of $1 billion by 2019, which means it will soon become one of the most active blockchains in the world.
  2. By end-of-year, CHAI will launch offline payments with CU, Korea's largest convenience store chain with 14,000 locations.
  3. Last but not least, CHAI and BC Card will launch a CHAI debit card by early 2020. This means that Terra’s blockchain payments network will be accepted and available virtually everywhere in Korea.

If you missed our speech, here's the presentation. You will see that we weren't kidding when we said that Korea will run on Terra soon!  Presentation:

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Terra LUNA is a price-stable cryptocurrency aimed at mass adoption. As its scale grows, we see Terra evolving into a new financial infrastructure for the next generation of decentralized apps.

Total supply: 1,000,000,000

Terra miners absorb volatility in Terra supply.

  • In the short term, miners absorb Terra contraction costs through mining power dilution. During a contraction, the system mints and auctions more mining power to buy back and burn Terra. This contracts the supply of Terra until its price has returned to the
    peg, and temporarily results in mining power dilution.
  • In the mid to long term, miners are compensated with increased mining rewards. First, the system continues to buy back mining power until a fixed target supply is reached, thereby creating long-run dependability on available mining power. Second, the system increases mining rewards.

LUNA is currently trading on Upbit and Bittrex.