This team and project are excellent.
This post was submitted a week ago and we already reached most of the metrics for success layed out in it! 10M$ TVL goal reached, 500 unique addresses goal reached. The activity is increasing exponentially, as is the enthusiasm.
The original Tomb had a few problems but they succeeded in fixing them, we are walking in their footprints while avoiding what they tripped on. More than that, people can see thanks to Tomb’s precedent that, this kind of protocol is working. It IS battle-tested, and resistant mid-long-term.
Plus, doing it on Harmony is an excellent move. Harmony is fast-growing, especially since a few months, but still kinda under the radar to most people. I think Harmony will explode in use and our project will benefit from it, by being a central component, and quite “early”. But the reverse is also true, we will bring people on Harmony (we are already doing actually, a lot of people learn to cross-chain on Harmony in the Telegram/Discord) and the whole ecosystem will benefit from us. I guess we have the potential to become a core feature of Harmony, especially by incentivizing the providing of other protocol’s liquidity. Tomb has its very specific use on FTM because of FTM staking, but bringing liquidity is also one of the main interest of Tomb’s mechanism, and I guess it can’t hurt this ecosystem to have us on board.
By the way an update, a first “quick” audit is since then done (0xGuard), simply to reassure people that yes, this is a clean tomb fork, without the exploitable parts, without any potential vulnerabilities added either. A second audit is underway, more in-depth this time.
Also, the blockchain developer (synthesis0x) has used a 3rd party firm to entrust his identity, also to reassure people that in case of wrongdoings, legal actions can be taken.