Terra Virtua moves from Ethereum to polygon power consumption network

Terra Virtuam, the unalterable token ecosystem (NFT), announced the transition from ethereum blockchain to polygon network to reduce energy costs when storing digital collections on the platform. As the platform demonstrates, the move would reduce energy requirements for a single nft by about 99% and provide more energy compliance commitments for the growing ecosystem.

The energy consumption of most blockchain protocols has been a concern in recent months, as government regulation has focused on the impact of blockchain networks on environmental degradation. For most health control protocols (PoW), the second largest ethereum, a large amount of energy is spent on coin mining, and this high energy demand is reflected in all activities on the network.

“Using the power of this new blockchain, we can guarantee that it will reduce the impact of our NFTS,” said Javad Ashraf, Terra Virtua co-founder and CTO. The update is currently taking place, and all digital collections that were not previously sold on Ethereum will be saved and ported to Polygon.

Blockchain should not affect the environment
All the innovation that underlies Blockchain technology is such that it requires mass participation of the public. Although in the earliest stages of innovation, it is proposed to be used as platforms such as Terra Virtua rae to create user-friendly games and collections. 

Switching over the protocol to a polygonal network is paid for to reduce environmental impact.

“Our mission is to revolutionize how the public treats the NFT and make them accessible to everyone, but we believe the environment should not pay a price for this new ground-breaking technology,” Ashraf said.””Using the power of this new blockchain, we can guarantee that our NFTS will limit their impact.”

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