Scam LUNA 2.0 Scammers sending "Wrapped LUNA 2.0" tokens to high profile Ethereum addresses
Scammers pedaling bridged "LUNA 2.0 tokens" are commencing a fraudulent "airdrop" a day before the real one is scheduled.
PeckShield blockchain security and data analytics company has identified scammers sending so-called "Wrapped LUNA 2.0" tokens to high-profile Ethereum Addresses. The Poly is meant to imitate the actual LUNA re-launch airdrop taking place on Friday.
PeckShield popular recipients of these new tokens include Vitalik Buterin, Andreesen Horowitz, Three Arrows Capital, and Justin Sum.
The tokens were initially sent to Terra Deployer from an anonymous address on Thursday and then sent to the relevant individuals to imitate Terra's official airdrop.
Does Kwon make clear in his Terra ecosystem revival plan, that UST and LUNA holders with assets bridged off of Terra are likely not to be eligible for the airdrop, in other words, So-called "airdrops" taking place on Ethereum and other chains are fraudulent?
Terra's plan involves forking the Terra blockchain and issuing an all-new LUNA token. The old LUNA- which was debased to nothing after UST de-pegged from the dollar earlier this month will be renamed "LUNAC"
The new LUNA will be distributed to holders of LUNC and UST based on their positions during certain snapshots of the blockchain Users with holdings stored at exchange addresses like Binance or Huobi will also be compensated.
Terra 2.0 will not include an algorithmic Stablecoin like the last chain and will be completely community-owned Neither Terraform Labs nor The LUNA Foundation Guard is included in the airdrop whitelist.
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