Failed Terra Stablecoin Rescue Costs $2.9B

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Ava Labs President John Wu joins Bloomberg’s Taylor Riggs and Sonali Basak to discuss the future of stablecoins after Terra’s implosion, and gives his take on the current crypto winter and volatility.

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Terra is a blockchain protocol that uses fiat-pegged stablecoins to power price-stable global payments systems. According to its white paper, Terra combines the price stability and wide adoption of fiat currencies with the censorship-resistance of Bitcoin (BTC) and offers fast and affordable settlements.

Terra’s native token, LUNA, is used to stabilize the price of the protocol’s stablecoins. LUNA holders are also able to submit and vote on governance proposals, giving it the functionality of a governance token.

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