Saturday, February 4

Terra Classic (LUNC) Regains Its $1 Billion Market Capitalization, Having a Spike of 13%

The recent update revealed that the Terra Classic (LUNC) has regained its $1 billion market capitalization as it capitalized on the recent spike. The asset has a price surge of $0.0001924 within 8 hours, representing a 13%.

It is worth noting that the recent surge in price experienced by the asset was seen in the last mid-November. The recent LUNC campaign is not unexpected, as the markets have experienced a resurgence of investors’ interest that has triggered price surges to levels last observed before the FTX collapse. Despite the broader rally, LUNC has risen at a higher rate than most assets. With a 14.14% increase in the past 24 hours, the asset is the sixth-highest gainer among the top 40 tokens.

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Notably, the recovery of the market capitalization is often correlated and can be traced to a current bullish and subsequent spike in demand.

As a result, this achievement has always sparked excitement within the Terra Classic community. Rex, a prominent member of the TerraCVita development group, recently highlighted the latest recovery, hinting at a $0.002 price point.

Surprisingly, the $1 billion market capitalization was seen last in November 2022 and simultaneously, there was a spike of 13% in the price in 8 hours.

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LUNC Regains Its 2-Month Market Capitalization

It is worth noting that the price surge was a little higher than a 2-month high of $0.0001924 before facing slight resistance. Despite the pushback, it held steady above the $0.00019 level and has recently eclipsed yesterday’s high.

Furthermore, the largest crypto exchange platform, Binance, noted yesterday that it would be supporting the Terra Classic network to put a stop to the re-minting of burnt tokens. 


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