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Fortifying Cronos POS network security: A proposal to increase target bonded ratio and optimize CRO incentives

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Crypto.com isn't the worst, but they are WAY too inconsistent. Their most recent situation is customer support is non-contact for weeks, some say months and platform app and API malfunctioning due to server issues

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Can CRO get to $1 in 2023?

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Trading halted on Safemoon. LP's due to be liquidated.

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"Everything is pumping except my coins" what to do? wait and hope might be the best.

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Coins/Tokens that I’ve doubled, or more, my funds on within my Portfolio this year

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Is this a good investment?

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Us this a good bag?

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Roast me or toast me: I've gone and bought me a grab bag of alts for long term holdage.

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Opinions on CRO?

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Crypto.com - CRO Staking instead of Lockup (Card)

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Exchange tokens are TOP daily performers. CRO + 25%, FTT +80%). But why FTT??

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Help please - CRO defi wallet

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Is Crypto.com the most expensive exchange to purchase Coins/Tokens?

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Crypto (CRO) Change to Stacking & Locking Period for Visa Card: What is the efficient way?

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Crypto.com is changing reward structure for VISA users

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Crypto exchange tokens are often annoying, predatory, and a bad deal for customers. And worst of all, leads to exchanges running risky Ponzi-like structure with their tokens

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Would you like to play a coop ghost hunting game that rewards you in crypto?

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Crypto.org Chain Becomes the Cronos POS Chain

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Fate of CRO looking on what just happened to Moons

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BTC dominance is at 52%. - Bitcoin remains the OG of crypto.

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BTC dominance is at 52%. - Bitcoin remains the OG of crypto.

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Copiosa ($COP) Crypto Made Easy! The App your Grandma and her nursing home friends will use to invest into small cap gems. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Be like Grandma, Aunt Debbie and your Uncle Mark… Copiosa is Making it easy for the average Joe! Low MCAP!

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Copiosa ($COP) is Crypto Made Easy! The App your Grandmum and her nursing home chums will use to invest into small cap alt-coins. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Be like Grandmum, Aunti Susi and your Uncle Tom… join the Copiosa experience before it’s too late… (Low Bear MCap!)

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Copiosa ($COP) is Crypto Made Easy! The App your Grandmum and her nursing home chums will use to invest into small cap alt-coins. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Be like Grandmum, Aunti Susi and your Uncle Tom… join the Copiosa experience before it’s too late (Low Mcap!)

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Copiosa ($COP) is Crypto Made Easy! The App your Grandma and all her nursing home buddies will use to invest their life savings into small cap alt-coins. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Be like Grandma, Papi and your Uncle George… join the Copiosa experience and get in before it's too late...

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Copiosa ($COP) is Crypto Made Easy! The App your Grandma and all her nursing home buddies will use to invest their life savings into small cap alt-coins. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Be like Grandma, Papi and your Uncle George… join the Copiosa experience and get in before the Bull and our 100x!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

List of apps/wallets/CEXs where free cryptocurrencies can be earned

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Copiosa ($COP) is Crypto Made Easy! The App your grandma and all her nursing home buddies will use to invest into small cap alt-coins. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Be like Grandma, Papi and your uncle George… join the Copiosa experience and get in before the Bull!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Have I lost my funds in Crypto.com DeFi Wallet?

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Is there any point holding exchange tokens long term?

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It takes some playing around with various blockchains, to find which ones you will interact with the most

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Best way to withdraw crypto to cash in Canada

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10 reasons why we need to LEAVE crypto ASAP!!!!(PLEASE, read through to the end, DON'T read through the end)

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What are some of your Dark-horse projects, that you think will explode during the next bull run?

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Crypto Visa Cards

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Is c'CRO a good investment ?

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Moons CryptoDotCom and Terrible Spread

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Scam by crypto.com

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Moons, CryptoDotCom and Terrible Spread

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Random NFTs as scam

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Are CRO staking rewards subject to fluctuations in market price?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Are CRO staking rewards subject to fluctuations in market price?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

It takes some playing around with various blockchains, to find which ones you will interact with the most

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LRC or MOONS for next DCA?

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Best Crypto Debit card of 2023 for those in the USA?

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Crypto.com Opens On-Chain Staking for MATIC and CRO

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Cronos (CRO) down 66% all-time. Is this coin on your watchlist? Thoughts on CRO?

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Cronos (CRO) Down 66% All-time, is this something on your watchlist? Thoughts on CRO?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

PSA: Get ready for more people coming to this sub following the Crypto.com article and email about MOON’s

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MOONS vs CRO

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MOONS vs CRO

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Has your opinion of CDC changed?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

From Eth to Shiba Inu to CRO now holding a bag of r/Cryptocurrency Moon

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What rank will ETH reach on Crypto.com?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What rank will Moons reach on Crypto.com?

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Assassin's Creed creator Ubisoft embraces blockchain, becomes Cronos validator

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Does the listing of moons lift CRO as well

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Despite their shortcoming Crypto_com is still one of the best at marketing.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

2024 halving preparations

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Chainlink utility

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

People here often joke that we should inverse this subreddit. Is there truth to this idea and why (not)?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

I loath shit-alts more than I hate shitcoins. Here is why

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

If your portfolio is not down more than 50%, and you didn't invest in FTT, LUNA, CRO, SOL, etc..., or some overpriced NFT, and you are still holding strong, CONGRATULATIONS! You are still doing far better than Kevin O'leary, Mark Cuban, Tom Brady, and so many of the big names in crypto.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Crypto.org blockchain validator penalized, loses over $25,500 in CRO

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What is the worst shilling in this sub you fell for?

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If your portfolio is not down more than 50%, and you didn't invest in FTT, LUNA, CRO, SOL, etc..., or some overpriced NFT, and you are still holding strong, CONGRATULATIONS! You are still doing far better than Kevin O'leary, Mark Cuban, Tom Brady, and so many of the big names in crypto.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What Projects are extremely undervalued right now and can see huge upward trend next bull?

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Crypto.com CRO app investment strategy

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Crypto.com’s CRO Firm Despite SEC Lawsuit Fears, Time To Watch The Token?

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Algorand: Many of us were bullish and invested. Now Algo is down more than 96% in USD and 99% against Bitcoin. What can we learn from this experience to prevent making the same mistakes in the future?

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I've finally made it big in crypto thanks to Crypto.com!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

what happened to all of those crypto exchanges offering cashback cards?

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The Last Bull Run Saved My Health

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What wallet and Defi apps do you recommend?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Anyone still stacking Alts?

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Crypto . com card arrived and it's a paper weight!

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This sub spends 1/2 their time saying shitcoins aren’t worth their time. Then spend the other 1/2 talking about shitcoins oh wait that’s 2/2

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

[NO MOONS] why do people stake on CDC supercharger? ; random tippings for good reply

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

It's Dec. 17th 2017, we're at the absolute peak of that bull run, you're hyped up on hopium and bought all the top 100 Cryptos by marketcap. Five and a half years later only 7 of those purchases are in profit today, 62 are down 90% or more, and more Stats.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

CRO, ICP Explode 11%

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"Regulatory reasons" have just made Crypto.com card's KYC and future usage got more invasive and cumbersome

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Cronos (CRO) Rallies After Revealing Partnership With Amazon Web Services

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CRO Spikes 13% Following a Partnership Between Amazon and Cronos

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Crypto phases I wish had skipped...

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Quick Reminder on Shitcoins

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Who Has Endorsed Cryptocurrencies and NFTs..

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Do we think exchange coins are going to have a place in the next bull run?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Back before Cronos, and Crypto.com Coin, there was Monaco an ERC-20 token - offered by the company that later rebranded itself to Crypto.com. Had you invested in this crypto.com prototype in 2018 you'd be down ~87% - Even after accounting for the later swap to CRO in 2020.

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A Straightforward Proposal to Slow Down CRO Inflation And Bring It Closer to Historical Levels —…

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Crypto cards in 2023

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How do I decide which crypto is best to buy?

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For which Shill did you ever fall hard?

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Your thoughts on crypto.com and its token (CRO)

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What is your biggest weakness?

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Matt Damon CRO Commerical and FTX Commerical Talk

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Do you have a plan for what to sell and when?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What are some common mistakes/regrets in crypto?

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Crypto.com (CRO) Price Looks Set to Fall After This Bearish Signal

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It takes some playing around with various blockchains, to find which ones you will interact with the most

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Crypto.com baby!! CRO rewards to the moon!!!

Mentions:#CRO

probably not CRO, but ETH.. 50% BTC and 50% ETH is solid. could throw in a few doge and sol and maybe the new hot kid in the block TON, at : 40% BTC 40% ETH 20% mix of Doge Sol Ton

Bro CRO is looking like absolute dogshit idk how you honestly tell people to buy it. It's lower than it was 5 years ago. Sorry but CRO by all accounts looks like a terrible buy and I suspect you are suffering from the sunk cost fallacy 

Mentions:#CRO

> rekt by greedy Hamburgers? Buy shitcoin scams like CRO... > Yeah CRO hit 0.17 briefly, I was just refreshing price and my profits went up about 30 percent in like 30 minutes...Btw I dont think it will go down this much. With halvening around corner I expect crypto.com will announce some benefits for CRO holders and price will be 0.2 in no time. And 2.71 next year obviously, thats already given. https://np.reddit.com/r/cro/comments/1b5lg15/definitely_no_guru_but/kta3p19/?context=3 ...and blame burgers. You'll find find that I am in a lot of these threads since 2017 warning about serial scammer Kris Marszalek, CRO/Monaco. But no, people called it FUD, fell for the "Fortune Favors the Brave", Icy White and bullshit memes. If you're going to blame greedy burgers at least be specific and blame Matt Damon. https://np.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/comments/6dbkui/scam_warning_monaco_ico/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6cfw8y/warning_monaco_scammers_aggressively_advertising/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/79zyye/seems_like_mco_token_is_now_dead_sad_story/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/a5b4hz/let_the_scams_flow_out_of_the_window_monaco_and/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/nfyhss/fuck_you_cryptocom_for_preying_on_newbies_in_this/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/biaud9/monaco_mco_raised_26_million_in_ico_and_promised/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/i2t327/stay_away_from_the_cryptocom_scam_they_cheated/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/lm40p0/cryptocom_is_a_scam_do_not_use_it/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/jf8bx4/history_of_kris_cryptocoms_ceo/ https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/09/cryptocom-kris-marszalek-involved-bankruptcy-offshore-holdings-client-money-monaco.html

Mentions:#CRO#FUD

well... TLDR we can pump 50% into BTC and pump 50% into CRO and HODL till the end of the year.

Mentions:#BTC#CRO#HODL

One of the reasons why new coins do well is you don't have an army of bagholders who looking at exit prices to get off the ride. For example, look at some of the worst performers, not just from November 2023 but going back 4 years from today: June 16, 2020 - ALGO $0.24 - CRO $0.11 So basically almost every single person who invested and/or even DCA into tanking prices is at a loss. This is almost a guarantee that these coins will never recover to anywhere near ATHs with everyone holding huge losses and looking to exit at price points much lower than ATHs.

Mentions:#ALGO#CRO#DCA

Not a game but you have a daily check in in the crypto com app, give you a few cro every 25 days. Take 20 seconds and if CRO goes up could be a few dozen of dollars

Mentions:#CRO

Awww, CDC put a gun to his head and forced him to buy $CRO and now he’s down….. Poor victim of his own decisions

Mentions:#CRO

Reminder to noobs that from 2017-2019 Crypto.com/Monaco was accepted as a known scam and Kris Marszalek was a known scammer with repeated warnings them many many times. Those who didn't listen are now holding bags and shilling. https://np.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/comments/6dbkui/scam_warning_monaco_ico/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6cfw8y/warning_monaco_scammers_aggressively_advertising/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/79zyye/seems_like_mco_token_is_now_dead_sad_story/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/a5b4hz/let_the_scams_flow_out_of_the_window_monaco_and/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/nfyhss/fuck_you_cryptocom_for_preying_on_newbies_in_this/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/biaud9/monaco_mco_raised_26_million_in_ico_and_promised/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/i2t327/stay_away_from_the_cryptocom_scam_they_cheated/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/lm40p0/cryptocom_is_a_scam_do_not_use_it/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/jf8bx4/history_of_kris_cryptocoms_ceo/ https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/09/cryptocom-kris-marszalek-involved-bankruptcy-offshore-holdings-client-money-monaco.html Remember this scammers lured people into buying thousands of dollars of worthless CRO tokens and locking them for months to get some shitcoin credit cards which cost $50 for delivery. The price of these tokens dumped -85% and they slashed all benefits and they used to money to pay Matt Damon, Lebron James, a superbowl commercial and name an arena to lure more gullible noob investors. - Ruby: $400 in CRO - Jade/Indigo: $4,000 in CRO - Icy White/Rose Gold: $40,000 in CRO - Obsidian: $400,000 in CRO CRO is a perfect example of how to scam the low IQ crypto investors. Straight from the scammers mouth: 1. 100 Billion Tokens created 2. 70 Billion Burned 3. 100% circulating supply 4. 100% Decentralized!!! https://web.archive.org/web/20210222060041/http://blog.crypto.com/70-billion-cro-to-be-burned/

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Awww, CDC put a gun to his head and forced him to buy $CRO and now he’s down….. Poor victim of his own decisions

Mentions:#CRO

#Crypto.com(CRO) Con-Arguments Below is a Crypto.com(CRO) con-argument written by IAmGiff. > Let’s dive into CRO's negatives (here’s my [related take on the pros](https://np.reddit.com/r/CointestOfficial/comments/sife3c/coin_inquiries_cryptocom_proarguments_february/hvb6h1j/?context=3)). > > **Centralization** > > I began my post on the pros by noting the fate of CRO is obviously inextricably linked to the fate of the parent company (Foris DAX MT (Malta) Limited, founded in 2016). The coin’s primary purpose is to support the company’s various initiatives, and the success of those initiatives would drive adoption of the coin. The flipside of this is failures and missteps of the company would drag down CRO. > > The company has taken steps to decentralize the actual validators of their chain, but there’s really no question the company’s actions could hurt the coin. With that in mind: > > **Security Concerns** > > Obviously the biggest risk to *any exchange* is getting Mt. Goxed. > > Crypto.com seems to work hard on its security but, still, the company very recently had a hack that [stole 4,600 ETH](https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/01/19/cryptocom-ceo-acknowledges-400-customer-accounts-were-hacked/) and some BTC. Although customers were kept whole, it was a pretty bad breach as hackers somehow circumvented a 2FA system. They've since taken steps to improve security, added whitelisting, and are rolling out a new account protection program (with apologies to Cardi B, the unfortunately named [WAPP](https://blog.crypto.com/crypto-com-security-report-next-steps)). > > Look, security-by-obscurity can be a valid idea, but the company hasn’t been completely transparent about how the hack occurred. This type of thing can still be a risk. > > **Poor Customer Service** > > If you spend any time on the crypto.com sub you will see two main things. 1) People excitedly posting photos when their card arrives (bullish!) but 2) people angrily posting customer service complaints including loooong delays getting their cards (bearish). Even the biggest fans have to admit many people find the customer service experience to be very frustrating and inconsistent right now. While there’s a viewpoint that it’s just growing pains, it’s really not a good excuse. If you’re going nuts on marketing, and asking people to invest $4K or $40K for a card (!) you need to invest in customer support that can keep up or you risking driving away customers for good. > > **Opaque Fees** > > The fees are a common/fair complaint. The app takes a spread that's 1) non-transparent 2) variable 3) difficult to calculate on your own and 4) in some reported instances, apparently quite high. Someone using the app to regularly trade crypto could lose lots of profits to these fees. I don’t use Robinhood but understand it has a similar invisible spread and while people initially loved it, and some mistakenly believed they were buying with no fees, over time people wised up and become more aware of this losing proposition with Robinhood. I feel like everyone hates Robinhood now. There’s certainly a possibility that ultimately customers would rather just see exactly what they’re taking as spread, and that hiding it from your customer is a bad practice that will catch up with you. > > **Product Limitations** > > New customers frequently don’t realize limitations of the products. Sometimes they didn't read the materials, yes. But sometimes it's complicated or unexpected. > > For example, you cannot load money on the pre-paid debit card and turnaround and use it to buy crypto on crypto.com. It’s a silly idea to load money onto CDC, offload money from CDC to the card, and then try to buy back onto CDC. (Just load the money onto CDC and buy crypto, without the extra steps, obviously) But there’s no denying it makes people incredibly mad when they learn they can’t do this. Relatedly, once you’ve loaded the card, there’s no easy way to unload. Sometimes this is just bad planning, but sometimes people loaded the card for a large purchase, found they were unable to make the purchase, and then had no way to get funds back. > > A standard feature of pre-paid cards is you can’t earn rewards on every category of purchase. Also, though true of all pre-paid debit cards, you have to load then spend, rather than spend then payoff later like a credit card. A lot of people would prefer a credit card. > > Due to regulatory constraints, not all of this can be fixed. But the company could fix some and certainly do more to warn people. In the meantime, some people get driven away. > > **Switcheroo Risk** > > If you’ve been following CRO for long you’ll know the company was once known as Monaco, and its currency was MCO. Then it bought the crypto.com domain, launched CRO and eventually retired MCO in favor of CRO. There’s a fair [discussion of what went down here](https://zeroverge.com/crypto-com-has-changed-the-rules-of-the-game-mco-to-cro-swap-83c33f66633d). MCO holders had a window to exchange their MCO for CRO (in hindsight it was a sound move to do so) but there were a lot of questions at the time about fairness. Many people felt like the whole thing was a switcheroo. > > Despite this transition ending up fairly successful by many measures, a lot of people have speculated that the company could someday dump CRO in favor of something new, and there’s no guarantee it would work out as well next time. > > **Too-Good-To-Be-True APYs** > > There’s good reason to believe 10%+ interest rates won't be sustainable indefinitely. But who really knows because there’s limited information available about how the company is paying such high rates. Is the company recycling trading fees to prop up APYs? Is it spending its treasury to do it? I’ve never seen clear answers. > > The company has disclosed it has a CRO supply for the purpose of subsidizing validator rewards, with the goal of decentralizing their chain. Is it also using these funds to prop up Crypto Earn rates? What happens when that war chest runs out? Is it a temporary promo rate? What happens if the system turns out not to work the way people thought? > > A lot of people believe they’re just giving users a higher cut of borrowing than banks do. But I don’t think the company has actually claimed this. And the math for this claim doesn’t really add up because lending rates aren't that high. You can’t pay 12% interest to depositors (under this explanation) if you’re not lending to someone else at 12+%. > > If anyone has seen a detailed accounting of any of this, I'd love to review it. > > **Leadership** > > For the sake of completeness, I’ll note some people have concerns about the past activities of senior leadership. You can [read this](https://www.thedailybeast.com/cryptocom-ceo-kris-marszalek-had-messy-past-before-staples-center-renaming) and make your own decision. I personally think the story is overblown. > > **Limited US Functionality** > > The lack of a US exchange is a big limitation. Everyone knows this. Also, if you’re just on the app the research tools are incredibly limited. You can only see 6-months of charts, there’s virtually no information about what you’re buying, you’re vulnerable to the fees above etc. A lot of people (Rich Boomers, elder millennials, etc.) just aren't ready to trust meaningful funds to something that's a limited app. > > **Chintzy Missions** > > This might seem minor, but some people hate “Mystery Boxes” in the app. It’s a little gamification, but the rewards are so low (most boxes earn the equivalent of finding a dime or two in your couch) that many people would rather have nothing than get small amounts of free CRO. You can be the judge of the logic there, but there’s no question people get mad about it. The Mystery Boxes do seem to incentivize some people to make purchases they would not otherwise make in order to collect boxes. > > *Ultimately, the bottom line to all this: CRO will suffer if crypto.com alienates its customers.* > > **Disclosures:** I’m an Indigo card holder, but don’t hold CRO other than for the stake. Despite the cons, I’m personally bullish on CRO but I never want to be blind to the risks of an investment, so I thought hard about this. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_crypto.com.28cro.29) to find submissions for other topics.

#Crypto.com(CRO) Pro-Arguments Below is a Crypto.com(CRO) pro-argument written by IAmGiff. > CRO or Crypto.com coin is the native currency of the Crypto.com app, exchange and blockchain. At time of writing, it’s [\#17 by market cap](https://coinmarketcap.com/). > > To begin, the coin is inextricably linked to the fate of the parent company (which is officially named Foris DAX MT (Malta) Limited and was founded in 2016). The coin’s primary purpose is to support the company’s various initiatives, and the success of those initiatives is what would drive adoption of the coin. For the purposes of pros and cons, I don’t think it’s necessary to make sharp distinctions between the coin and the company. > > **Pros** > > I’ll start with three priority areas outlined in their whitepaper: payments, trading and financial services. In [their own words](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf): *“Our strategy is to leverage* ***payment solutions as the primary tool for driving adoption and user acquisition****, while building* ***trading and financial services solutions as the major sources of revenue****.”* > > **Real-world payments** > > The company has two major crypto-related payment initiatives. One is a Venmo-like **Crypto.Com Pay** feature. For merchants, the payment system offers lower transaction costs than typical interchange fees and instant settlement. For consumers, there’s a strong “cashback” program. (Despite the potential, it’s unclear how much uptake there is at this point.) > > The **Visa pre-paid debit cards** are becoming fairly ubiquitous. In the U.S., these are issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank (a New York State chartered bank & member FDIC). They offer some of the best rewards of any card on the market. There’s a tier system, progressively requiring higher investments in CRO to get to higher tiers, that people seem to find motivating. Many people love the design. There’s lots of information about how they work so I won’t repeat it here. Key point is they're indeed popular. > > The most important point (that’s often oddly missed in this discussion) is the cards give you a fast and efficient crypto offramp. Some cryptos can be loaded directly onto the card. Others you have to take the 3-second step of converting to USD or a stablecoin and then loading the card. Either way, you can start with crypto and buy almost anything IRL in a few seconds. > > **Trading** > > In many countries, crypto.com is a full-service **exchange**. In the US (where I’m based) it’s only an app for now although there are plans to open a full exchange eventually. The exchange is ranked #9 by [Coinmarketcap](https://coinmarketcap.com/rankings/exchanges/) although it’s ranked as high as #4 by [Coingecko’s methodology](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges). Recently their spot market volumes are about 20-25% those of Binance but about 80-90% those of Coinbase. (They are a smaller player for now in derivatives, although that could change if they were able to tap the US market.) They support slightly more cryptos than Coinbase, although nowhere near as many as Binance. The fees are apparently cheaper if paid in CRO, which is a driver of utilization. I can't try it out yet myself. > > The **app** is a limited experience but easy to use. If you set-up an ACH push to fund your account there’s no fee to load money onto the app, and card fees are also waived for your first month. Long enough to get many new users hooked. (Although it appears there’s no fees to buying the crypto, there’s in fact an opaque and variable spread fee; more on this in my cons post). If you’re just trying to buy and hodl crypto on an exchange, spread won’t kill you. If you want a gentle introduction to buying your first $100 of Bitcoin, this will work well enough. At the moment I just checked, you’d get $99.6 of Bitcoin for your $100, so that's 0.4% in spread. > > **Financial Services** > > Their **Crypto Earn** and **DeFi wallet** programs are attractive for new crypto users, and allow users to progressively pursue more complicated investing strategies. Crypto Earn is the custodial option on the app, which offers a simple way to earn fairly high interest rates on many coins. > > Their DeFi wallet is a more advanced non-custodial option, with the ability to contribute to CRO validator’s staking, or to participate in liquidity pools. (There’s also a lending program but I’m not familiar with it.) > > ***In sum***, the crypto.com financial ecosystem is not 100% there yet (especially with no US exchange), but it’s the closest thing I’ve seen to a full-service crypto-based financial services provider, and you can imagine a not-too-distant future where, for some people, the company’s offerings would be complete enough that you could ditch your bank entirely without jumping through enormous hoops. In this world, of course, there’s lots of reasons people will be buying CRO. > > **Marketing** > > Many people are very hyped that Crypto.com does a lot of marketing which should benefit CRO and perhaps cryptocurrency in general. You may have heard there's a Matt Damon commercial and a basketball arena in LA. I'm aware Cointest rules say not to focus on marketing, so I'll just make a quick observation. I’ve seen some people say, “oh this is just hype etc.” but if you look at the traditional asset management space, Charles Schwab has a market capitalization of like $170 billion and the primary differentiator between it and other asset managers is really just that Charles Schwab carpetbombs the airwaves with marketing. Marketing does matter in consumer financial services. > > Cointest rules say not to base arguments on price either (Charles Schwab's market cap is NOT a price prediction btw, sorry y'all!) but it’s also relevant to briefly note here that CRO’s marketcap is about 1/6th of BNB’s, so many people believe there’s still upside to this set of observations. > > **Regulation & Security** > > Crypto.com advertises that it works hard to comply with regulation. As a publicly-traded company, so does Coinbase, of course, but the regulatory-compliant approach is quite a contrast to Binance, for example. [Crypto.com](https://Crypto.com) claims to be the first crypto company to have various levels of ISO compliance, [https://crypto.com/images/crypto\_com\_whitepaper.pdf](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf), etc. Philosophical arguments about regulation aside, the relevance to CRO is I think it’s fair to say these efforts at compliance probably reduce (but don’t eliminate) the risk of countries swooping in and hammering the exchange or the coin. > > **CRO technical details & tokenomics** > > There were originally 100 billion CRO, but [70 billion were burned](https://blog.crypto.com/70-billion-cro-to-be-burned/). Most people expect the 30 billion supply to continue in the future. There’s currently about 25 billion circulating with the remainder primarily being distributed overtime as validator rewards. These rewards encourage decentralization of the network by giving people an incentive to act as validators. Some people see that as a philosophical plus, but this is still a coin that's very dependent on the company. > > Although the supply is fixed at 30 billion, it’s worth noting that even in the absence of future burns, the supply on the market could fluctuate considerably if the company built up or ran down its holdings. > > Another factor that some consider favorable is that the Visa cards require people to make progressively larger 6-month stakes for higher tier cards (and keep the stakes to retain the card benefits). Therefore, if the number of cardholders increases, an increasing amount of CRO is tied up and unavailable to be dumped. > > CRO successfully migrated from ERC20 to the Crypto.org Chain Mainnet earlier this year. The company has also very recently launched the [Cronos Chain](https://cronos.crypto.org/docs/chain-details/introduction.html) which is compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine and is thus an option for developers to connect Crypto.com users to Ethereum projects and apps and so on. This is interesting to follow, though I think the main reason to invest in CRO for now is if you believe in the company’s vision for executing its financial services offerings. > > **Betting on the sector** > > Finally, there’s a philosophy behind betting on CRO that’s worth mentioning. With apologies to everyone with WAGMI tattoos, there’s over 16,000 cryptos tracked by CoinMarketCap. It’s very difficult to imagine that the majority of these will thrive in the long-term. Some will fade away, new (and often better) ones might arise, etc. > > When you bet on an exchange coin you’re partially placing a bet that demand for buying and trading crypto will continue (at that exchange), but you can be otherwise agnostic on which individual technologies and coins are the best. What’s the best chain for dApps? I have no clue. But I think we’re likely to have dApps in the future and people will want to trade the related currencies and use their crypto. So a nice way to bet on this agnostic view is to invest in exchanges, rather than trying to guess which projects are best. > > **Disclosures:** I’m an Indigo card holder, but don’t hold CRO other than for the stake. I’m personally bullish on cro but I have a lot of cons about it too. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_crypto.com.28cro.29) to find submissions for other topics.

Crypto.com(CRO) {{pros}} & {{cons}} with related info are in the collapsed comments below.

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I use CRO, crypto.com!

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ETH, CRO and olive oil because somehow cooking is an expensive investment these days

Mentions:#ETH#CRO

>sit on my current coins from previous cycles (CRO, VRA, XTZ, ALU) and hope the bullrun gives me an exit on them at some point. The exit is there and you can take it anytime you want. The amount you bought it for should be irrelevant for your current willingness to buy or sell. Imagine that instead of owning those alts you'd own their current $-value. Would you invest that money into those alts or would you put it into something else? If it's the latter, then you should sell right now and do exactly that.

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I tried this a couple months ago for a week and decided to nope out. Too volatile, too many rugs, too much bullshit. Was not a costly lesson for me, fortunately. I will simply be dcaing into BTC and ETH from now on, throw a couple hundo on some small caps, and sit on my current coins from previous cycles (CRO, VRA, XTZ, ALU) and hope the bullrun gives me an exit on them at some point.

The CRO shillers are back so take that as the early warning to run as far away as possible.

Mentions:#CRO

Is this the turn around for CRO? 🚀🚀

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The CRO guy took the banhammer IIRC The Quant shillers are crying in their basement 😂

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I wonder how $2 CRO guy is going xD Or the quant shillers

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Hope so for the sake of you CRO heads out there

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Definitely worth the 5 seconds. The CRO token price may increase over time, and you may end up with 50-100 USD worth of CRO in the near future. It may not be much, but why not?

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Finally had the courage to ditch and cop losses from my CRO bag and maybe use that fund to buy into some other coin

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Just a party of 5 for me $BTC , $AAVE , $AERO, $CHZ and $CRO

BTC, ETH, AVAX, CRO, Thank me in later life

Idk why no one has mentioned the Coinbase Card. No fees to spend any Coinbase-supported cryptocurrency (officially anyway, the spread is probably a de facto fee) plus 0.5% back on every purchase. It used to be 4% back before crypto shit the bed with Luna and FTX. CRO is an obvious scam. It's a centralized token with no utility except the utility a corporation decides to give it.

Mentions:#FTX#CRO

Icy White holder for years. Was briefly tempted to opt for Obsidian when CRO dipped hard last year, but given the ease with which CDC 'revise' the offerings per tier, decided against it. Customer support - even for us 'Private' members - is not what it once was. Can see CRO at $2+ by 2030, but no way am I dropping £300K on an Obsidian for 5% when Icy already gives 3%.

Mentions:#CRO

ADA, Algo, LTC, LRC, ETC, BCH, CRO. Buy them. Show us. I dare you.

I have a CDC card and since they pulled back on their benefits I've stopped using it completely. You're better off using a regular CC and getting the points/benefits from that and then purchasing CRO if you want it. There's many credit cards that offer more than 2-3% back, without locking up a fair amount of money with CRO.

Mentions:#CC#CRO

That was me. I saw the Matt Damon commercial and staked my CRO at 70 cents. By the time I could unstake, it crashed to like 15 cents. I hate Matt Damon.

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CRO has 28 days

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Well, I said CRO has no reserves not CDC. CDC != CRO

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I'd say a good place to start with this would be to go to [coinmarketcap.com](http://coinmarketcap.com), take a look at top 20-150 coins, and see what they're about. Anything under 2b market cap has a chance to 10x in bull market peak. A lot of interesting investments to be found around 50-500m MC. Ignore "dino" coins from 2017 like NEM, XTZ. Don't follow the hype around coins like XRP or CRO. Avoid privacy coins like XRM or DASH (despite the use case, it's only a matter of time till most exchanges delist them, no point in market makers pumping them then). With your risk tolerance you should be able to find 20+ coins easily that sound worth investing into. I'd also recommend diversifying into multiple, don't put all your money in one coin.

Define what you you’re really looking for, timeline, risk tolerance, develop a strategy and stick to it. You can modify the strategy as you go along, but be very wary of FUD and FOMO, this is a time for Fear & Greed in equal parts. Question yourself often, don’t marry any crypto and don’t forget about taking profits or swapping to a different coin. You’re never going to figure out all the thousands of coins/tokens, look for staking opportunities and remember, if it’s too good to be true, then it probably is! Decide on a CEX, learn about DeFi, and different wallets, what they provide and why, I’d say this is critical before you buy anything! (You’ll need a CEX regardless to buy & sell). Your jurisdiction can be an influence in this regard. As others have said, BTC ETH are a good bet for not losing anything, if you’re risk adverse, however don’t expect a 10X, or even a 4X (IMO). As a real outside bet for a small amount, MERY is a relatively new meme coin on CRO, it “should” jump IF it gets listed on some/one major type exchange, hopefully CDC. Many thousands in between those two levels, good luck 🍀

Blockchains have rebranded before. Nano was RaiBlocks. Polygon was MATIC. CRO was MCO. Currently everyone assumes ICP is a scam when it isn't. So what do they have to lose?

I would say CRO due to their agressive advertising politic. When/if there is to be more money on the market, you can be sure there will be people to buy it again.

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I'm holding my CRO and hoping

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CRO is in far better situation than most of the alts. Sooner or later, it will start pumping. I wouldn't sell.

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CRO is dead and forever will be

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Should I sell all my CRO for ETH?

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Just look at the BTC pair for each of the coins you are buying, like CRO/BTC is in the dumps (straight down since late 2021), you can gamble on something hoping you are buying the bottom or you can just buy something that's already on an uptrend and join the wave.

Mentions:#BTC#CRO

That misses the point. Diversification is a risk management tool. It limits downside, but that also comes with the tradeoff of limiting upside. If you own 10 coins and are looking to 10x, you need those ten coins to average a 10x vs only needing to pick one correct one to do a 10x or better if you put it all in one. The odds of getting one right are better than the odds of getting 10 right. As the saying goes, specialization makes you rich, diversification keeps you rich. Having said all that, ATOM and CRO are fucking awful choices…

Mentions:#ATOM#CRO

I would recommend diversifying. Do not touch your BTC though, keep investing in it. Lower the percentage of ATOM and CRO. Invest in high-potential atlcoins with serious fundamentals. I would recommend SOL, ETH, ADA, LINK, BNB, LTC, and look into others but stay away from meme coins propping up everywhere as most f them are rug pulls. I have invested in a crypto fund with automated trading and portfolio rebalancing so I have a pretty diverse portfolio and it's been working well for me.

I sold around 3,000usd of my coins two months back. An opportunity arose to jump to a two bedroom apartment. Wifey and I jumped at it, but we hadn't received our tax return yet, but we needed to pay the deposit and rent a certain date. Said *fuck it* and sold ETH and CRO, transfered from CDC Card to bank account, made two cashier's check, and were able to get the new apartment. The funniest thing to me was that the very next day, our tax return got deposited. I just laughed it off and continued on with my life. Now, I live way more stress free from not having to worry about crypto anymore. I'm just gonna wait until it does down and start accumulating again. Having gone through two bullruns, I know what to expect on the next one and plan accordingly.

Mentions:#ETH#CRO

Maybe, but why not revealing your true motivation for shilling CRO.

Mentions:#CRO

>proof of reserves. it has been shown to have no merit, because failed for complete disclosure to externals. And - btw. - CRO has no reserves in the first place. CDC has no real investment in CRO besides its pockets of CRO created for free.

Mentions:#CRO

CRO vs BTC is dead 😭😭😭😭😭

Mentions:#CRO#BTC

Looking at your post history shows you had some CRO before your post that you traded your BTC, so you may have some 634k CRO now, you had about 120k to start. Meaning you added maybe just over 500k CRO in your trade. So with that in mind let's look at some figures below using the prices on April 21st, which may not meet your actual buy price but based on quantity seems close enough. April 21st (one month ago) BTC was about $66k. Now it's ~$71k. So you'd be up ~$5k in USD terms. April 21st (one month ago) CRO was about $0.1314. and with $66k USD you could have purchased about 502,283 CRO. The current price of CRO is about $0.1252. meaning your stash is just under about $63k. Meaning... You are down nearly $8k in USD terms ($3k from the drop in CRO value and $5k from the exchange differential between CRO and BTC). Note, I am not including your previous stash, just what you acquired with the BTC you possessed, which is the only true way to measure this trade by, unless you get higher APY the more you pick up, which is some Richard Heart/HEX level red flag. 20% APY on 502k(not including the CRO you already had) is about 100k CRO per year, at current CRO price that is ~$12,500 USD. One month in you would have received about 8,400 CRO in staking rewards, or ~$1,050 USD. So you started with ~$66k and are maybe at ~$64k, instead of being at $71k. So if I am doing my logic right you are down about $7k USD so far on that trade. Just estimating based on prices one month ago, not sure your actual buy price. Let's say you are getting $500 USD a week as you mentioned, one month in you'd have received $2,000 USD. You'd still be down compared to just holding BTC. Not convinced this is true since you said 20% APY, but that could just be differences in the amount you have vs the price I used in my calculations or you are maybe including rewards from the stash of CRO you added to, which would t be an apples to apples measurement. Either way share the price/quantity details if you are looking to defend your position/trade and I'll give you an "atta boy" and be impressed if it worked for you. 11 months is an eternity in crypto time either way. Far too early to call it one way or the other, top level exchanges and coins have gone from peaks to insolvency in under a month. Remindme! 11 months

Mentions:#CRO#BTC#HEX

I agree with the second part of your statement. But the first one is not necessarily true. If things are going well for CDC, they may believe it is their best interest to keep CRO healthy. But they are not forced to.

Mentions:#CRO

>One month update is that I'm happy with my decision. These are the people who are the first start whining around when they start loosing money. It is the same as with meme coins. The so called lambo club exists to be milked by market manipulators and scammers. The manipulators are just a bit more sophisticated. If a single company is managing the market cap and the price at the same time it is in the hand of the company what happens in the future. If CDC need money they won't hesitate to flood the market with CRO in their pockets.

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Well, all that blah blah about gold rush and things. One thing is clear, investing in CRO **is not** investing in CDC. CRO has no equivalent in shares of CDC and if CRO gets into trouble CDC will be the first one to drop it. BNB is is no way better - and again, why not investing in real crypto with real chains and real technology. Oh by the way: did I tell you that the number of validators cannot scale and if the chain software has a security issue then CDC has to capacity to fix it. CRO is the same as any other CEX chains: they are an additional rip off of their customers money. IMO they should not even be called crypto because they have no single point of being one. Therefore, having them listed together with real crypto's is pointless.

>We have an exchange. The exchange make tons of money for cdc No, actually, you don't have it. It is the other way around. If cdc looses interest in CRO, it owners are done with it. BTW. also about FTX it has been said that is makes tons of money when in fact it did not. Coming back to CDC. Over the last crypto winter CDC had stopped trading several times and ran into serious liquidity problems. I am not so sure if I want to be dependent on the will of such a company instead of using a decentral chain with a single owner controlling every aspect.

Mentions:#CRO#FTX

>The defi wallet is fantastic. Swap, lots of apps, fast to transfer, stake. It has an EVM running on top of it. I.e., there is nothing special with CRO than with every other chain having an EVM layer. At the same time it inherits also all bad things of EVM.

Mentions:#CRO

> It is all about decentralization and security of money and transactions Some are, others aren't. >CRO is the total opposite of that *laughs in defi wallet*

Mentions:#CRO

Shilling for CRO only means you are either an employee of CDC or invested lots of CRO at a very high price and don't want to loose that all.

Mentions:#CRO

Well, first let's talk about the point of crypto in general. It is all about decentralization and security of money and transactions. CRO is the total opposite of that. It is not only a CEX coin, but also totally controlled by crypto.com. In other words the company controls all validators, the tokenomics, the price, and the trading conditions. If the CEX needs money, for some reason it can loan other crypto for CRO (which they have minted from nothing). FTX is a good example how a CEX can finance itself with its own money. As one can see with Binance if a CEX chooses to shut down a chain all tokens on the chain can only be traded with the CEX. The same can easily happen to CRO. If [crypto.com](http://crypto.com) sees no way to continue to make money (real one not CRO) from it, it will quickly shut it down - thus leaving owners in the dust. If one of the chosen validators commits fraud on the chain - then don't expect any support or help from the CEX. It is not their money that is lost but yours. Why should they care. If they are in the mood the might replace the fraudulent validator with some other one. These are only 3 scenarios that put's your investment on a serious risk. Now I'd like to raise a simple question. Why not choose a chain that offers true decentralization, save transactions, and finally does not have a single organization controlling every aspect of it? There are lots of them to choose from if you do not like BTC. There was once a comment that suggested that CRO reflects the market position of the CEX. This is not just obviously wrong, but really misleading. The capital invested in CRO is totally independent from the company. It is their customers that made the value of the coin. The DEX minted CRO from nothing, thus having not invested a single cent in CRO. It is in the vital interest to keep the value of CRO high for the CEX, but that is only the case for re-using their pockets of CRO for making some extra bucks and not for serving their customers.

CRO has absolutely no relation to the success of CDC. Zero.

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> You’re not investing in the company though (hence my point about zero equity I am. If CDC does well, CRO will do well. >but it’s a poor token model in the long-term because the ONLY way for the token to keep appreciating is to gain more users (at a constant rate) Yes, that's how crypto and stocks work.

Mentions:#CRO

You’re not investing in the company though (hence my point about zero equity)- you’re investing in glorified loyalty points, able to be staked for more loyalty points (but only just enough to offset CRO inflation). You might make money in the short-term, so did a few Hex investors, but it’s a poor token model in the long-term because the ONLY way for the token to keep appreciating is to gain more users (at a constant rate). Thats the beginning and end of the growth model. But that’s a dangerous model in private companies because there is no ‘moat’ - Crypto.com is one of many exchanges, and there will be many more in the future- so at some point the growth is limited and the token price will only go one way. Anyway, this isn’t Cro specific- the same can be applied to any exchange token. Good luck.

Mentions:#CRO

Yeah, swapped it for CRO in the very generous swap offer. Why does everyone act like it was rugged when the exact opposite was the case?

Mentions:#CRO

Oh yeah. Tons of memecoins and shitcoins out there. I'm just fairly sure CRO has what it takes.

Mentions:#CRO

Your 1btc is now worth 0.9 btc. Down 10% in cro/btc pairs. CRO does look good right now.

Mentions:#CRO

XRP/ADA/MATIC/DOT/ALGO/DOT/CRO add to the list

CRO is down 80% in the past 3 years Don’t think it can’t go lower, because it absolutely can.

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CRO currently offering 20% for a year lock up. This is exactly why it worries me.

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CRO to $2, day 542

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Well I know this one guy who tbh doesn't know shit about fuck. I do know he's been thinking about buying CRO. Pretty sure he's looking for opinions on it so I can lyk what I hear

Mentions:#CRO

What are you guys opinion on CRO? Been thinking about buying it but i dont know shit about fuck lol

Mentions:#CRO

Damoon (CRO network shitcoin) just flipped r/cc Moons. RIP.

Mentions:#CRO

Crow with knife, ryoshi with knife, MERI, and many other CRO memecoins seem to pop off and then slowly drop over time, at least over the last month or two. Damoon is the newest that I suspect will follow a similar trend. So, it's hard to say about CAW's potential. The more Cronos network meme coins that come out, the more I fear it dilutes things like CAW or ryoshi from growing and spreading to other CEXS.

Mentions:#MERI#CRO#CAW

I just buy BTC, ETC, LTC I don't tough other stuff with a stick. I did have CRO for a while for their card but yeah. No more

Our business model is non-stop mogging. I think the community is the primary differentiator. Our community is dedicated and committed to mogging regardless of price action. To be honest, I just learned today that CRO has it's own chain. I have a hard time imagining Crow with Knife becoming a cultural touchstone. I can't speak to Mystery, as it is still a mystery to me. We are huge believers and supporters of Pepe, but Mog as a term and meme is just beginning to enter the cultural zeitgeist. Mog is currently experiencing a social explosion, where Pepes happened long ago. Combine this with the current crypto sentiment and the future looks bright.

Mentions:#CRO

Definitely a solid add but it wouldn't be my number one pick. I'm basically 30% each in BTC, ETH and CRO with 10% for other alts and memes but CRO has been my worst for actual returns with BTC being best. I feel like BTC should definitely be your biggest bag

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#CRO

It seems pretty accurate. - HBAR went to one of top mentions when they started spamming scam shillposts about Blackrock putting their ETF into their chain - CRO went to one of top mentions when shills started spamming Eminem as the new spokesperson - DOT went to one of the top mentions when shills started spamming DOT 2.0 upgrade bullshit All bullshit spam to make it look like the shitcoin is not dead. The only thing that matters is what BTC does. It's not like any of these scams have a use case, utility or demand.

I'm pretty sure you can top up the card with any Crypto. I've only ever done BTC and ETH but it definitely gives me CRO as an option.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#CRO

yeah makes total sense you're comparing a finite asset like BTC into an extremely inflationary coin like PLU (where do you think the % comes from) comparing it to CRO is fairer but if you zoom out, its ath was at 0.89 in late 2021 which you conveniently left out, and whats the current price? 0.12? Fine if its up in the last 12 months but surely that correlates with BTC hitting ATH in the last 12 months too, no? Come on now. Both PLU and CRO are inflationary assets, the interest given is basically minted tokens which is why the price gradually goes down, ironically you can probably swing PLU considering its weird price action, seems like they burn a lot of tokens.

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