Terra Dev Claims He Raised Concerns Over Do Kwon Bumping Interest From 3.6% T...

Terra Dev Claims He Raised Concerns Over Do Kwon Bumping Interest From 3.6% T...

The Wu blockchain took to Twitter, explaining that the initial interest rate of the Anchor protocol was initially 3.6% until Do Kwon rejected it. Then, the Terra founder bumped the interest rate to 20% one week before deployment. According to the report, Do Kwon, Terraform Labs Co-Founder and CEO decided the price to be at […]


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Anchor dev claims he warned Do Kwon over unsustainable 20% interest rate

Mr. B alleges that the platform was designed to only offer an interest rate of 3.6%, but that changed at the last minute. Anchor protocol was originally designed to offer an interest rate of 3.6% but this was dialed up to 20% just a week before release to attract more investors, a core developer alleged in an interview with Korean media outlet JTBC. “I did not know that this would go out with such a high-interest rate. Set to 20% just a week before the release,” said the employee, referred to only as Mr. B in the Korean-language report.   “I thought I was going to collapse from the....

Terra Whistleblower Publishes Alleged Chat Log Between Do Kwon and Network Va...

Over two weeks after the Terra LUNA and UST fallout, a whistleblower dubbed “Fatman” published an alleged chat log between the project’s co-founder Do Kwon, Terra validators, and infrastructure providers from the Terra blockchain community. If the chat log is legitimate, Fatman claims the document proves over 50 people “knew about the [network] halt before it happened.” The “Terra Rebirth League” Discussion On June 1, 2022, a whistleblower called “Fatman” (@fatmanterra) published a chat log that allegedly shows a discussion....

Terra Loses More Form: Do Kwon Faces Tax Evasion Charges; Law Firm Sues To Se...

The multibillion-dollar collapse of Terra Labs’ stablecoin and the LUNA token is still ringing across the cryptocurrency industry, and numerous questions for Terra’s South Korean founder, Kwon Do-hyung, have emerged from the debris of wasted investments and shattered blockchain ideals. In the midst of the Terra disaster, Do Kwon, the company’s founder, is being investigated […]

Do Kwon Accused of Cashing out $2.7B Before UST Collapse, Terra Founder Says ...

Terra’s new LUNA 2.0 token has lost 54% in value in the last two weeks, after reaching $11.33 per unit on May 30. Meanwhile, the whistleblower Fatman has accused Terra’s co-founder Do Kwon of cashing out $2.7 billion a few months before the UST de-pegging incident. Kwon, however, has been keeping tabs on Fatman’s accusations and he claims the allegations are “categorically false.” LUNA 2.0 Token Drops 54% in Value During the Last 2 Weeks The LUNA 2.0 rebirth token has been extremely lackluster in terms of market performance during the past two weeks.....

Do Kwon dismisses allegation of cashing out $2.7B from Terra (LUNA), UST

The rumor surfaced after a Twitter thread by @FatManTerra shared the alleged details on how Kwon, along with Terra influencers, managed to drain funds while artificially maintaining the liquidity. Do Kwon, the CEO and co-founder of the infamous Terra (LUNA) and TerraUSD (UST) ecosystems, refuted the claims of cashing out $80 million every month for nearly three years. Numerous unconfirmed reports surfaced on June 11, claiming Kwon’s participation in draining liquidity out of LUNA and UST before the crash to purchase US dollar-pegged stablecoin such as Tether (USDT).Rumors about Kwon....