LUNC and LUNA, the new tokens born after the collapse of Three Arrows Capital in the USA, announced an airdrop.
Recently launched by Su Zhu, the founder of the struggling cryptocurrency firm Three Arrows Capital, cryptocurrency exchange OPNX declared its intention to airdrop memecoins to Terra (LUNA) and Terra Classic (LUNC) owners.
Nevertheless, the OPNX platform has faced criticism because of its founders‘ past, notably for not responding to a subpoena in the USA.
According to a statement from the OPNX Twitter account, the new token was developed shortly after messages circulated by other usernames of a Twitter analyst called FatMan Terra. Terra supporters claim that FatMan Terra spread false information leading to the collapse of the Terra ecosystem.
FatMan Terra gained attention on Twitter for making racist remarks under various usernames and facing allegations that the information shared during the Terra collapse was unsubstantiated.
OPNX plans to distribute FatManTerra Justice Tokens this week to LUNA and LUNC holders, alleging that FatMan Terra’s actions are harming the Terra ecosystem. The distribution method remains undisclosed.
OPNX clarified that this token will be a memecoin with no intrinsic value.
Additionally, Rollbit (RLB) users will also receive the token, following FatMan Terra’s claim of sharing confidential information about Rollbit. In response to this, the Rollbit founder revealed the messages FatMan Terra shared under other usernames.
FatMan Terra took to Twitter, accusing OPNX of perpetrating a new fraud in his name.
1/ Given the commencement of legal proceedings against FatManTerra by several parties, the FatManTerra Justice Token will launch this week.
— OPNX 🐂 (@OPNX_Official) July 30, 2023
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