You will get 25$ in CRO coin free after sucessfull free sign up and email confirmation. To unlock your 25$ , you need order a metal card on crypto.com app or 50$ when stake on crypto.com exchange
Steps to unlock your 25$ in CRO
Using our crypto.com referral code bveapsxjw7 you will be elegible to get the 25$ in cro rewards. You will know if you are elegible when you see your MCO locked in the app wallet screen. If not, you can enter the code again before 10 days in the app settings.
To unlock your 25 $ you need to reserve a meta visa card, for this you have to stake CRO coins. You can pursache the CRO in the app via credit/debit card, bank transfer or crypto wallet.
On sign up screen you will need input the referral invitation code bveapsxjw7 the the invited text box. If not try to tap on invited?. or after sign up go to setting->referral code
You need complet the KYC verification and confirm by email.
Stake CRO and you will unlock your 50$ referral bonus CRO coin
WHAT IS CRYPTO.COM
Crypto.com is a cryptocurrency exchange company based in Singapore. As of 2022, the company has 50 million customers and 4,000 employees. The platform’s official Cryptocurrency is Cronos.
The company was initially founded by Bobby Bao, Gary Or, Kris Marszalek, and Rafael Melo in 2016 as “Monaco”. In 2018, the company was renamed as Crypto.com following a purchase of a domain owned by cryptography researcher and professor Matt Blaze. Domain sellers valued the domain at US$5–10 million.
Crypto.com is operated by Foris DAX Asia, a Singapore-based company that’s a subsidiary of Foris DAX MT (Malta) Limited.
In January 2022, Crypto.com was the victim of a hack totaling US$15 million in stolen Ether. After some users reported suspicious activity on their accounts, the company paused withdrawals. Withdrawal services were later restored alongside a statement from the company that no customer funds were lost.
Crypto.com has sponsorship deals with the car racing championship Formula One, the Italian association football league Serie A, the MMA promoter UFC, the French football team Paris Saint-Germain F.C., the American NBA basketball team the Philadelphia 76ers, the Canadian NHL ice hockey team the Montreal Canadiens, and the charity organization Water.org. The Water.org partnership included signing its co-founder, actor Matt Damon, to serve as Crypto.com’s brand ambassador.
In November 2021, the company acquired the naming rights to Los Angeles’s Staples Center, renaming it Crypto.com Arena in a 20-year deal reported to be valued at US$700 million
In March 2022, the company became a sponsor for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.