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This portion of today’s newsletter will be shorter than usual, but I feel like you deserve the links based on what’s been happening in the market the last few days. You ARE keeping up with the LUNA/UST drama, aren’t you?
Speaking of drama, it looks as if the Luna Foundation Guard is going to compensate smallholders for their losses. On another note, Terra Co-Founder Do Kwon proposed to fork the Terra blockchain, but 90 percent of participants in a preliminary vote are against it. Meanwhile, Kwon may be summoned to appear in a South Korean hearing to discuss what went wrong. In a tweet, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao says he’s “poor again” after his LUNA investment fell to a value of $3,000. It was worth $1.6 billion. Others are lamenting the loss of their life savings. Luna’s story is sad for anyone who gambled and lost, but it’s a lesson to be learned. Never invest more than you can lose, and don’t be greedy. Also, think about the consequences of any promises that might be broken. It seems evident to me that the LUNA crash was inevitable. Now the question is, can it recover? What’s your take? Will LUNA recover?
The Polygon and Fantom blockchains are poaching projects from the Terra blockchain, hoping to capitalize on the misfortune. I can’t blame them. If I was a project manager on the Terra blockchain, I’d be looking for a new home too. In fact, I hope one of my favorite cryptosocial media platforms, Loop Markets, moves off of Terra.
A new study shows that a CBDC could improve social welfare, make an economy more efficient, and reduce tax evasion. I’m a little skeptical of this study in light of so few facts and no links to verify, but it is interesting. Is it possible that CBDCs could make an economy more efficient? If CBDCs, then why not other cryptocurrencies?
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