$1.2 Billion Bitcoin Reserve Luna Foundation Guard Is Lost » Crypto Insiders

Luna Foundation Guard (LFG) is a non-profit organization that aims to support and help grow the Terra (LUNA) ecosystem. To do this they had a bitcoin (BTC) reserve of 70,736 bitcoins, worth approximately $2 billion. This reserve would be used to keep the stablecoin stable if it fails with LUNA.

Despite the huge amount of BTC bought, the reserves were still unable to save UST. From stablecoins must, as the name suggests, represent a value of $1. At the time of writing, this stablecoin is only worth $0.17, a significant drop.

In the meantime, LFG has provided a loan on this bitcoin reserve to over-the-counter (OTC) investment companies to protect UST. This should leave $1.2 billion worth of bitcoin in reserve. The organization has not yet announced anything about this reserve.

Of course we can through the blockchain look in the wallet of the LFG, however we see that there are no more bitcoins in this wallet. This wallet data was announced on May 9 via Twitter:

But where are those bitcoins?

Out on-chain data shows that all 70,736 bitcoins have disappeared from LFG’s reserves. LFG itself has indicated that it needs another billion dollars to protect the stablecoin. However, it seems that LFG may no longer need the BTC as the company is no longer reporting on it. In addition, the Terra founder thinks that UST is possible can no longer be saved.

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So where exactly all the bitcoins from the reserve have gone or what they were used for, remains a mystery for the time being. Cryptocurrency researcher Mika Honkasalo says the following about it:

“Pretty tacky that no one knows what LFG has done with the billions in BTC collateral.

I assumed they were sold, but a lot of rumors are going around that they still have most of them.”

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