Less than a month after two linked cryptocurrencies called terraUSD and luna went down, terra 2.0 went live on Saturday. In less than a week, the prices of both tokens dropped to a few cents or less, and people who bought them lost almost all of their money.
A group of people who own Luna and Terra voted earlier this week to make a new blockchain. The vote went through, and @terra money Block 1 of the new blockchain was made, a Twitter account said on Friday. The name of the new blockchain is “terra,” and the old one will be called “terra classic.”