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#44 – UST & LUNA: What happened & what comes next Law of Code

The Collapse of UST and LUNA – This was the most eventful week in many months, but, unfortunately, the end result was that $500 billion was wiped off the total cryptocurrency market cap. A calculated attack on UST triggered Terra's LUNA to crash more than 99% over the past few days. This caused a corresponding fall and de-pegging in the price of UST, Terra's algorithmic, decentralized stablecoin. This episode offers a deep dive into the events behind the $500 billion+ loss of value in the crypto space, as well as insight into how UST & Luna worked. We also cover the most recent updates in the crypto law space, including an NFT ruling from the UK and a DAO lawsuit in California. This episode pulled insights from the CryptoLaw Newsletter, Jake Chervinsky, Wassie Lawyer, @OnChainWizard, @ItsAlwaysZonny, and @tatianakoffman. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review or letting me know (@JacobRobinsonJD). You can subscribe to our newsletter to stay updated on the latest episodes. Thanks to our sponsor – Hedera Hashgraph (@Hedera). Hedera is the most used, sustainable, enterprise-grade public network for the decentralized economy. They are looking to add bright legal minds to their team. You can review the available openings at hedera.com/future. When you apply, be sure to mention you heard about it on the Law of Code podcast!
  1. #44 – UST & LUNA: What happened & what comes next
  2. #43 – Jesse Pollak: Building Web3 at Coinbase & beyond
  3. #42 – Laura Shin: Investigating Ethereum, interviewing Vitalik, and balancing truth & consequences.
  4. #41 – Ben Samaroo: CEO of WonderFi on building, managing risk, and making decisions
  5. #40 – Uniswap Class Action, LeXPunK Proposal & Much More (April 28)

Many of today’s crypto companies, NFT holders, and DAO members are swimming in murky water. Canadian regulators (and Courts) have been playing catch up since Satoshi Nakamoto published the Bitcoin white paper in 2008.

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