CrogeCoin (Croge) is an open source, peer-to-peer digital asset, on the Cronos blockchain, favored by reptiles worldwide.
CrogeCoin was built when the team recognized the Cronos community as respectable and professional, but lacking somewhat in one thing; HYPE. CrogeCoin is designed to bring the hype and fun of a meme coin, to the Cronos chain.
As part of the crypto news, we bring you the Croge ecosystem.
What’s with crogecoin and the croge?
“Croge” is a fun, friendly mascot! Crogecoin is the Dogecoin of the Cronos Blockchain.
Here is the first meme to utility token to launch on the CRO platform
CrogeCoin, the vision:
The vision of CrogeCoin is to replicate doge and the other early historical pump coins of the past. Right now Cronos is small, and not well known as Eth / BTC / BNB etc. However, most developers and creators in the current Cronos have gotten their experience over the past years and learned what to do and what not to do, in other markets. With Cronos being small, it is a small group of mostly professionals who are building the base of the chain the correct way from the start. With CrogeCoin being one of the first meme’s of the space, going based off statistics, it can easily and undoubtably repeat the growth patter of the historic meme coins of the other markets.
What is Cronos?
Cronos is the native token for the Crypto.com blockchain. First known as Crypto.com Coin, in February 2022, it was rebranded as Cronos, though it still trades under the same CRO abbreviation.
Cronos works as a store of value and a payment token, similar to Bitcoin or Ether.
“CRO works essentially as a way to secure and expand the Crypto.com network,” says Heng.
You can buy CRO tokens for your investment portfolio, exchange them for other currencies and tokens or use them to make purchases. You can also earn CRO as a reward when you make purchases with the Crypto.com Visa prepaid debit card or receive CRO cashback for sending CRO to friends.
In addition, investors can stake their CRO with Crypto.com to help the network verify transactions. In exchange, they receive interest as well as additional account benefits, like a rebate on trading fees.