• A community member accused by Terraform Labs (TFL) of refusing to return misallocated airdrops has responded, denying the accusations.
• The community member, Jimmy Le, stated that he had been working hand-in-hand with the company in resolving the issue.
• Jimmy said the problem began in May of 2022, when the organization’s CEO, Do Kwon, posted a criterion on reviving the organization’s ecosystem via government approval.
Recently, a member of the Terraform Labs (TFL) community, Jimmy Le, has come forward to refute allegations made by the blockchain organization that he had refused to return mistakenly donated airdrops. In a statement released on his Twitter account @stablejim, Jimmy clarified that he had been actively engaged in resolving the issue with TFL instead of ignoring requests.
The genesis of the issue dates back to May of 2022, when the CEO and founder of Terra (LUNA), Do Kwon, posted a criterion on reviving the organization’s ecosystem via government approval. Do Kwon then outlined the measures for holders to acquire LUNA depending on when and how much they held USTC.
Jimmy Le stated that he collaborated with TFL to resolve the situation from the start, and was never unresponsive or neglectful. He explained that he had been transparent and provided details on his activities to the organization and the community.
According to Jimmy, he had been working with TFL to find a resolution to the problem, but the blockchain organization had inadequate communication strategies. He also accused TFL of presenting only one perspective on the Genesis airdrop incident and omitting certain details.
Jimmy concluded his statement by emphasizing that he had been cooperating with TFL throughout the resolution process and that he was never unresponsive or neglectful. He also urged TFL to provide a more detailed account of the incident and to improve their communication strategies.