LUNC News Live Updates 20th Dec 2022

LUNC News Live Updates 20th Dec 2022

According to LUNC News Live Updates from the 20th of December 2022, the Terra Classic Core Developers have resigned, and the price has dropped by five percent.

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The Terra Classic community is getting more worried because core developers like Edward Kim and Zaradar have left the volunteer group Terra Rebels. The move comes after the controversial Proposal 11030 was passed. This gave Rebel Station development work $150,000 worth of LUNC tokens from the community pool.

The community’s fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) about LUNC caused the price of Terra Classic to drop more than 5% in the last 24 hours and 18% in the last week. At the moment, the price of LUNC is $0.000134.

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3:21 PM | DEC 20 2022

Zaradar is said to be teaming up with Edward Kim.

ClassyCrypto says that Zaradar left Terra Rebels to work with Edward Kim, who also worked on Terra Classic, on a new LUNC development team.

Zaradar, the person who made Terra Classic, will keep working on LUNC until 2022.

Zaradar or Tobias Anderson, who worked on Terra Classic, will keep working on LUNC L1 developments.

2:56 PM | DEC 20 2022

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Terra Classic Falls to Where It Was in August

The price of Terra Classic fell below $0.00013, which was where it was in August when the rally began.

The price of Terra Classic has dropped more than 5% in the last 24 hours and more than 18% in the last week. The 24-hour low is $0.0001288 and the 24-hour high is $0.0001412.

2:51 PM | DEC 20 2022

Terra Classic Developers Leave Terra Rebels

Edward Kim and Tobias Anderson, who worked on the core of Terra Classic (LUNC), have left the Terra Rebels volunteer developer group.

Terra Rebels now has only 12 people in it. Raider70, ReXx, Vegas, ClanMudhorn, EchelOn, and others are among these. Terra Rebels will pay these 12 “active” members, and the rest of the “inactive” members will get a stipend for their work and be hired on a project-by-project basis.

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