The recent development noted that Dan Gerchovich, a community member who developed the software development kit (SDK), businesses want to integrate the Terra Classic payments gateway.
The update was revealed by Dan G via his handle yesterday, saying that increased adoption of the solution would lead to increased on-chain volume and Terra Luna Classic burns.
Dan said; “… things are finally looking up,” the developer wrote, calling for other businesses and developers interested in crypto payment gateways to contact him.
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Also if you are a business or a #dev looking to provide #crypto payments for your customers, please get in touch with me via discord, or just tag me on a post, I'll message back 😊#lunc #luna #LUNCcommunity #LUNC #LUNA
— Dan Gerchcovich (@realArchitectDG) March 14, 2023
SDK to integrate LUNC burns soon As It Apdopt Terra Classic Gateway payments
The solution is currently designed to work with existing applications, Gerchovich explained in response to inquiries. These can be any application, including games with developers looking to offer LUNC payments. According to Gerchovich, using the SDK dubbed “Terra.Net.OnChainPayments,” the application can “make calls to the gateway that handles payments.”
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It is worth noting that the utmost goal of the Terra Classic is becoming achieved as quite a number of Exchanges have rendered their support to voluntarily contribute to the ongoing LUNC burns. The data shared by TerRarity revealed that the community and its supporters have sent over 48.6 billion LUNC to the dead wallet, with the on-chain tax contributing only 14.3 billion LUNC to this total. Binance remains the largest contributor, with over 28 billion LUNC.
The recent development revealed that the recently launched project, Cremation basically to reduce the excessive supply of crypto tokens just sent a total of over 106 million Terra Classic (LUNC) tokens in a single transaction. This marks the project’s highest single LUNC burn since its launch last December.