As LUNC’s popularity rises and its active community comes to the fore, it is not surprising to see projects name-drop the token to attract its active community.
In a tweet on Thursday, reXx of the Terra Rebels, the LUNC development group, disclosed that despite the continuous mentions by Kaj Labs in the press releases for their play-to-earn (P2E) game, there is no agreement between the group and the company.
According to reXx, there is no affiliation between both parties whatsoever.
“LUNC community. I’m not sure why @SuperLitho @KaJLabs decided to throw Terra Rebels name into their medium article, but no such agreement between us and Lithosphere was established,” wrote the Terra Rebel. “We have never agreed to any announcements. We are not affiliated with this company in any manner.”
#LUNC community. I'm not sure why @SuperLitho @KaJLabs decided to throw #TerraRebels name into their medium article, but no such agreement between us and Lithosphere was established. We have never agreed to any announcements. We are not affiliated with this company in any manner. pic.twitter.com/rEJfp5V41v
— reXx™ (@reXxTerraRebels) October 6, 2022
Notably, other members of the development group also corroborated this view. In the comments, Alex Forshaw called the project a scam.
These guys are obviously a scam
— 4lex_4sh4w_TR (@4lex_4sh4w_TR) October 6, 2022
It bears mentioning that, as reported by The Crypto Basic, Kaj Labs had pledged support for LUNC burns in the press release for its P2E game Finesse. Remarkably, the firm projected that the game would burn about 2.5 trillion LUNC by integrating the token into the game over time.
Notably, Kaj Labs released a roadmap yesterday in line with this narrative. Per the roadmap, Terra Rebels are also to make announcements concerning the game, implying contact and agreement between both parties.
The latest development is a blow to LUNC faithful, who may have placed their hope in the project. However, it is a testament to the popularity and influence of the LUNC community. To attract attention and hype, it is not surprising to see projects name-drop the token or the Terra Rebels.
Notably, the community continues to pursue more ways of bringing down the supply of LUNC. Its latest initiative is to repeg TerraClassicUSD (USTC) to burn LUNC faster through algorithmic controls. So far, at least two competing ideas on how the community should achieve this are in the works.