Terraform Labs co-founder Do Kwon, whose crypto ecosystem collapsed in a $40 billion wipeout in Could, informed the Wall Avenue Journal that he misplaced nearly all his internet price within the crash.“This doesn’t trouble me,” he mentioned within the interview with the Journal printed Thursday. “I dwell a reasonably frugal life.” Kwon informed the newspaper he was most likely a billionaire when the Luna Token Terraform Labs backed was buying and selling new $100. That coin is now buying and selling at near zero.Investigators in South Korea and the US are actually trying into the circumstances across the unravelling of TerraUSD, the steady coin Kwon championed that crumbled from its greenback peg in Could. The occasion worn out the financial savings of 1000’s of buyers globally and set off a wider implosion in cryptocurrencies.South Korea this week barred some present and former Terraform Labs staff from leaving the nation, as prosecutors step up their investigation into TerraUSD. Prosecutors are additionally trying to invalidate Kwon’s South Korean passport, native broadcaster YTN reported on Tuesday.The US Securities and Alternate Fee is investigating whether or not the advertising of TerraUSD earlier than it crashed violated federal investor-protection laws, Bloomberg reported on June 9. Terraform Labs informed the Journal it wouldn’t touch upon any energetic investigations.In an tried comeback, Kwon launched a brand new Luna coin final month that was distributed at no cost to holders of the unique token. The brand new one, dubbed Luna 2.0, has slumped to $1.97 from a excessive of $18.87, in response to CoinGecko.