Terra’s branding at MLB opener draws attention from spectators
An attendee shared an image of a Terra banner at Washington National Park with the slogan “a decentralized economy needs decentralized money.”
As baseball enthusiasts flocked to Nationals Park in Washington D.C for the Major League Baseball (MLB) opening day, the noticeable presence of Terra (LUNA) – the crypto ecosystem that collapsed in May 2022 – didn’t go unnoticed by attendees.
A Twitter user who attended The Washington Nationals’ home opener against the Atlanta Braves on March 30, shared an image of Terra being prominently displayed on a banner with the slogan “a decentralized economy needs decentralized money.”
“Sounds like a solid company. Will check out” the user commented on the prominent placement of Terra at the stadium.
Sounds like a solid company. Will check out. pic.twitter.com/o3i9q2SnGA
— The D.C. Universe (@dcuniverse) March 30, 2023
Another Twitter user tweeted that the Terra Club is still behind the home plate at Nationals Park, and there is “a big sign in left center” featuring Terra.
The partnership between Terra and The Washington Nationals’ came into effect in February 2022, just months prior to the collapse of its native token LUNA, and stablecoin UST.
The Terra community committed $38.2 million in UST over five years to secure the deal.
The partnership was proposed by Terra founder Do Kwon through the community’s governance platform – who is now currently in custody in Montenegro, and will reportedly face harsh conditions in the penal system, according to an unnamed criminal defense lawyer in a March 29 Protos report.
It was noted that the conditions at Montenegro’s jails and prisons “haven’t changed” from those reported in a 2020 human rights report by the United States State Department.
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Cointelegraph reached out to the Washington Nationals’ for comment, but did not receive a response by the time time of publication.
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