Since Terra launched its main network in April this year, Luna had a small rise, and after falling after the "519" token price plunge incident, it gradually pulled up again in July and rose sharply in August, from $6.55 at the beginning of June. Overall, it has risen about 416%. But from the data of Footprint Analytics, we can see that Luna now has the fifth highest price among blockchain tokens. Though its price is half of the 4th place AVAX, its trading volume has been comparable with AVAX, and even far more than MATIC. Clearly, this kind of blockchain, which connects online and offline, sees a lot of transaction volume.