LUNA 2 price jumps 90% ahead of major Binance airdrop

LUNA 2 price jumps 90 ahead of major Binance airdrop

The price of LUNA briefly spiked about 90% overnight to an intraday high of $11.33 prior to Binance’s airdrop, but has since fallen back to about $8.26 at the time of writing.

At current prices, according to CoinGecko data, the rise to $8.26 represents a 35% gain in the past 24 hours. Overall, though, the price is down 56% since it launched over the weekend at an opening price of $18.87.

Community members posted screenshots of the price hike to $12 on the MEXC Global exchange, with Twitter user “bull_bnb” highlighting a bullish moment as they noted the price rose about $2 in 30 minutes.

Binance is one of several exchanges helping in the relaunch of the Terra ecosystem and will launch a multi-year airdrop campaign for eligible users starting May 31 at 06:00 UTC, along with opening the token for trading.

While the project is looking to restore itself under Do Kwon’s revival plan, near-term onlookers have predicted that the price will fall further once the Binance drop goes live.

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Numerous investors have taken to Twitter to express their anger at Terra’s other lackluster airdrops thus far, with “cryptocevo” tweeting on May 30 that:

“Lost 50k on $LUNA and got a $112 airdrop. Prefer the full carpet. That little airdrop is like an extra needle of salt in the wound.”

Earlier today, the verified “terra_money” Twitter account acknowledged that there had been issues with the airdropping so far and promised to fix it soon.

“We are aware that some have received less $LUNA from the airdrop than expected and are actively working on a resolution. More information will be provided when all data is collected, so stay tuned,” the tweet reads.

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