Cronos (CRO) price, chart, coin profile and news

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What is Cronos?

Crypto.com Coin (CRO) is the native coin of the Crypto.com blockchain. Initially launched as an ERC-20 rewards token on the Ethereum network, CRO has since been migrated to the platform’s network.

While Crypto.com is itself a cryptocurrency exchange, Crypto.com Chain aims to help solve blockchain usability issues, giving merchants the ability to accept cryptocurrency as a means of payment. CRO is at the centre of crypto.com’s ecosystem of products.

Crypto.com Chain aims to allow businesses and individuals to checkout, invoice and pay for goods and services using CRO, stable coins and fiat through the Crypto.com wallet app.

CRO was launched in 2018. Its unique features include giving you the ability to stake your coins for rewards on the exchange or within the company’s DeFi wallet through a listing of blockchain validators. You can also get a cashback percentage by paying select merchants in CRO.

CRO is also available on the company’s DeFi Swap. The platform's incentive program is powered by CRO and includes contributing to liquidity pools for staking rewards.

Cronos (CRO) is the 28th largest cryptocurrency in the world by market cap, valued at $2,910,026,367. The current price of Cronos is $0.114783, which is -1.139% lower than yesterday. Prices have ranged between $0.116704 and $0.110896 over the past 24 hours. All prices are listed in US dollars and accurate as of September 26, 2022 07:09 UTC.


Recent Cronos developments

November 2021: Crypto.com secured naming rights to the Los Angeles based Staples Center with the 20,000 seat venue being renamed Crypto.com Arena. Crypto.com will pay $700 million over 20 years for the landmark deal. The name change was the first in the venue’s 22 years of operation and came into effect on December 25th, 2021.

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Cronos (CRO) price

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Cronos at a glance

Information last updated September 26, 2022 07:09 UTC.
Coin symbol CRO
Coin Marketcap US$2,910,026,367
Total CRO supply 30,263,013,692
Circulating CRO 25,263,013,692
Current price US$0.114783
All time high US$0.965407
All time high date November 24, 2021
Notable team members Kris Marszalek, Rafael Melo, Gary Or, Bobby Bao
Partnerships Australian Football League, Twitch.tv, F1, UFC
Industry Centralised exchange
Token uses Utility token, rewards, digital currency
Network Crypto.com Chain

Cronos price performance over time

Historical prices compared with the price of US$0.114783.

1 hour 0.39%
24 hours -1.14%
7 days 12.00%
14 days -6.63%
30 days -4.87%
60 days -12.50%
200 days -71.93%
1 year -27.69%

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