Regarding the "Ethereum network failure" I'd say that it will provide a small window of opportunity for multi-chain projects like Komodo to have a somewhat more receptive audience to present their tech to.
I use 'small' and 'somewhat' here because serious projects have known for years that Ethereum isn't an adequate solution for their needs and of its multiple, well-known shortcomings. And even so they continue to rely on the Ethereum.
In some cases this is due to investments, incentives and business relationships.* In many it is most likely due to being what they know and are comfortable with. I have also come across the 'herd mentality' on more than a few occasions.
I feel the majority of projects will continue to wait for scaling and other solutions to be developed and for the promises of ETH 2.0.
There are, and probably will be more, projects creating their their own chains attempting to find their own solutions. An example of that is FLOW, done by the project that created CryptoKitties.*
Unfortunately, less savvy crypto users having bad experiences due to network failure will effect everybody. It will be up to the entire industry to rebuild any lost confidence.
Although I may sound a bit negative I see many opportunities arising from this, and the current market situation. Some adjustment in strategy and focus may be required to take advantage but I see Komodo in a stronger position as a result.
* mentioned here: https://community.komodoplatform.com/post/5e3542aa4f2c452cb9a76c4d140