The new Luna 2.0 crypto exchanges list is growing with crypto heavyweights like Binance and Kraken declaring their support for Luna 2.0.
With the launch of Luna 2.0, several crypto exchanges that had earlier participated in Luna delisting are now planning to onboard the new Luna token again.
Touted as Luna's rebirth, the new chain approved in a Terra Luna vote meeting is now live via the new Phoenix-1 mainnet. It is now only a matter of time before users will be able to buy Luna on exchanges once again. So with the Luna 2.0 airdrop having just gone through, which Luna 2.0 crypto exchange support is confirmed?
Luna 2.0 Crypto Exchanges
Terra has now confirmed that a majority of crypto exchanges previously supporting Luna support Luna 2.0.
The new Terra Luna recovery plan allowed existing Terra projects to migrate to the new chain.
As part of this, the plan airdropped Luna tokens to existing holders, both in Luna wallets and on exchanges.
Several crypto exchanges have come forward to support the Terra Luna 2.0 plan. These are the some of the Luna 2.0 crypto exchanges that will list the new Luna and participated in the airdrop:
- MEXC Global
- CoinSwitch Kuber
Many other exchanges also support Luna 2.0.
As Luna 2.0 has just released, it may take a few days for these airdrops to show up on the exchanges, and for Luna 2.0 trading to start. Exchange activity here is pivotal for those monitoring the Luna 2.0 price and Luna Classic price.
The Binance Luna 2.0 support is the most important of these for the new Terra chain. As one of the most popular CEXs, it has the largest volume of Luna trading out of all other exchanges. Indeed, Binance itself holds a large portion of Luna Classic.
Binance was one of the first exchanges to tweet about the new chain plan, stating they were working closely with Terra. However, its support for Luna 2.0 only began on May 31.
Crypto.com, one of the other major exchanges, remained silent on a Luna 2.0 listing for some time. However, they have now confirmed it would support the Luna airdrop.
While some of the leading exchanges have said yes to the new Luna token, this is not the case for all places. Korean exchange Korbit has delisted Luna, and will not support Luna 2.0, for example.
Crypto exchange Voyager was one of the final exchanges to support Luna, announcing support on May 28. This came after it initially remained cautious. In a Twitter thread, it said: "There are many variables to the airdrop including a potential vesting period. We know the Luna holders are anxious for the upcoming airdrop, but we will need clear details on the outcome."
Of course, Voyager has now filed for bankruptcy.