Zaradar Calls Out Terra Classic Community Member for False Allegations

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A community member has come under fire for apparently not doing his research after Tobias Andersen, nicknamed Zaradar, a full-time senior developer on the Terra Classic Joint Layer 1 Task Force, claimed that most of the core development team members are doxed and not anonymous developers.

 Developers, according to a member of the community, are unprofessional.

Zaradar responded to a community member who criticized developers for using cartoon Twitter profile images and aliases by doing this in a tweet from yesterday. 

This community member claims it is unprofessional and scares away potential investors.

But, Zaradar, in response, called out the community member for neglecting to complete his investigation.

“Everyone in the L1 team, except for one person, is more or less doxed if you actually bothered  to do more research than what you read on Twitter,” Zaradar tweeted.

Terra Classic Joint Layer 1 Task Force

Recall that the Joint Layer 1 Task Force was established in December to perform the required Terra Classic network maintenance and improvements. 

Almost $141k from the community pool has been set aside to pay for the team’s operations in the first quarter of 2023.

As of February, according to a tweet from Zaradar, the squad consists of him, Edward Kim, Fragwuerdig (@frag dude), The Vinh Nguyen (@TheVinhNguyen4), LuncBurnArmy (@LuncBurnArmy), Zorro Rebelde (@elzorrorebelde), real name Jorge Araya Navarro, Ragepiee (@Ragepiee)  real name Frank, and the biggest enigma “Superman.”

Notwithstanding Zaradar’s claims, noting that nothing is known about some team members is essential. 

Superman remains the most significant mystery because he has no social media presence, and Zaradar referred to him as the team’s leading Cosmos developer in a tweet from January.

Notwithstanding the claims made by the community member, companies are willing to cooperate with the Terra Classic chain. 

Businesses want to incorporate a Terra Classic software development kit so they may accept Terra Luna Classic (LUNC) payments, as was reported this week.

Joint Layer 1 Task Force developers have already surpassed their Q1 goals, as was revealed in January. 

The team has implemented at least two significant maintenance upgrades in the previous two months.

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