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Why is Lunc Hard to Trade?

An Illegal hold in the USA

By Jeffrey AllisonPublished 4 months ago 3 min read
Why is Lunc Hard to Trade?
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"Is the door open, yet? We have a pair of keys our parents can't see!"

"Anyone can open this door as long as the wallet is created to have!"

"The voices screamed out in Hell for years to them, but they did no replies to encourage them the demons, the principalities and more after them. The Kingdom of Hell they will enter at the gate!" Greed had told the legion of suffering around them. The two pure spirits that held the child like faith and wonder of God's face. "And the wage's of sin are, what!?!"

Silence was present amongst the legion.

"Death!" Greed Declared in a whiney voice "So there is nothing we can do until they accept in mind and spirit!"


Is this greed?

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Mining of new age with an old classic coin by title that is making at least me wonder is this greed given the fact that the number one wallet to trade this coin is illegal to hold and carry in the United States. That a breach in security or homeland defense may occur in the process of trading through illegal and private keys. They may leave us digging in the dirt! Hopefully for precious stones like lithium minerals to power batteries for our kids. Who hopefully are safe amongst anything.

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Slave Nation

What is it to us with such a low volume price that will never reach a dollar within the decade? That the trade may corrupt our finical system to maintain debt and poverty as well as lower our education and change the laws around us which are use to govern health and safety for the general public. Which may leave them to be unable to travel in a United Nation and Unable to pick for themselves or get what the need instead of want! Which in the end creating a slave nation on the mercy of those around them or to be trapped in a city.

What is Lunc?

  1. Terra Luna Classic/name
  2. $0.0002 USD/worth
  3. $1.64M USD/volume
  4. 83 billion/burned

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An illegal wallet on the gateway of the unknown is a danger the public faces in the face of trade across borders. Why would you hold a wallet in a nature of a coin, so low in volume on todays market with such a high risk and penalty?

Cost by Law

Use for drugs, fraud, and money laundering

  1. Imprisonment
  2. Fine
  3. Investigation
  4. Hospital Use


"I'm running! I can't go to jail my family needs me!"

"You knew the law when you started this and after all this! The price you need to be a rich man without the cost of around that the others faced and suffered through."

"Is that why he is homeless and the other was shot for it by enforcement?"

"You know what we did help will come aid will be here by the Militia!"


What all you need to help find an "El Dorado" goal is impossible by todays standards and lock. While it is a ghost story from the ancient world before us leading to a third world ahead of us which I will talk more on my podcast show on Spotify once more in the near future "Jeff in the Flesh." I will tell you this I don't want to actually have to show up in the Flesh, haha. To see for myself, so others can hear this. on the journey of mining Terra Luna Classic coins with the illegal grip on it with no worth or value! Hoping that you will have the ease of subscribing to my subscription on Instagram! That will be used to broadcast more of this on "On the Read."

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About the Creator

Jeffrey Allison

In the wake of another morning as the world grows on I try to bring different views or alternatives to life that comes from different parts of the world as well as heart spelling stories that exercises your mind.

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