Make your CRO
work for you!

A solution for investors and regular CRO holders to
securely participate in the Crypto.org staking economy.

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Crypto.org Coin CRO
$ 0.1835 +5.38%
Market cap
$ 4,619,583,200
24H volume
$ 108,865,501

Buy CRO

If you don’t have CRO in your wallet yet don’t miss the opportunity to stake and buy now.

Stake your CRO

Transfering your CRO to our secure delegation smart contract enables us to run validator nodes.

Earn rewards

Enjoy your instant payouts or take advantage of the compounding rewards possibility.

544,438 Staked
CRO
5.00% Validator
Commission
100.00% Validator
Uptime

Estimates

13.83% APY

25,000 CRO

Daily 9.47 CRO $1.74
Monthly 288.04 CRO $52.86
Yearly 3456.51 CRO $634.27
* Estimates based on today's CRO price, as well includes our 5.00% service fee.

What is staking?

In Proof of Stake (PoS) blockchains, validators are the servers that process transactions and secure the network by participating in the consensus mechanism and in return earn rewards.

Investors and regular CRO holders can run validator nodes on their own, however, becoming a validator is complicated. Maintaining the required infrastructure and meeting all the requirements generates a real overhead and exposure to risk.

While technical bugs, software failure and connectivity issues can hurt rewards, mismanaged private keys or validator configuration can lead to a loss of principal funds.

Non-Custodial

You are always in complete control of your private keys and funds. Also, you are free to unstake at any time.

Safety

Delegating smart contract is open source and audited. We don't have access to your funds at any time.

Transparency

You can view all metrics in real time. Also, our funds are staked along side yours.

Common Questions

How do I get started?
Crypto.org allows participants to earn additional CRO by validating transactions and helping to secure the network through staking.
Staking is an activity where a user locks his funds in order to participate in maintaining the operations of Crypto.org blockchain system.
In other words, for the end user, staking is the act of locking cryptocurrencies to receive rewards.
You can stake CRO from your Crypto.com DeFi Wallet for Android or iOS, Crypto.org Chain Desktop Wallet, Crypto.org Wallet Client or Ledger Hardware Wallet.
How much will I earn? What does APY stand for?
APY stands for Annual Percentage Yield, which represents the rewards yield for a whole year, applied to your staked funds.
Current APY is 13.83%, which is estimated based on our service fee.
Basically, for every 1,000 CRO that you stake with us, you will be rewarded with another 138.26 CRO yearly.
How can I stake?
In order to stake, first you'll need to create a wallet and send your funds over to it.
Then head over to the staking / earn section, paste our validator address crocncl1v8l3zyrl02j3zdjj8qma7pshmhfmvwxfnrf3vs, select amount that you want to delegate and proceed with the staking flow. Learn more
How can I get my rewards?
You can get your rewards at wallet, that you use to stake. Learn more
How can I unstake? How long does it take to unstake?
You can unstake at any time.
On Crypto.org Chain the unstake process takes 28 days, it lockup period enforced by the network. During this period, your account will not earn any rewards associated with staking those funds and they will not be transferable until the period is complete.
What is the minimum CRO stake / unstake amount?
There's no minimum for stake / unstake.
What does the service fee represent?
We are responsible for running the Crypto.org Chain validator node. This will keep the network secure for everyone and earn you new CRO in the process.
On a low level side, this includes managing infrastructure, servers, monitoring, backups which usually costs money to run and manage.
In exchange for this service, we take a commission on all rewards generated.
Can I buy CRO from you? Where can I buy CRO from?
We don't sell CRO directly, but you can buy CRO at Crypto.com Exchange or using a bank card in the Crypto.com App.

Still have questions?
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