A little under two years ago, I wrote about a crypto project named Monaco. I’ll be the first to admit that I wasn’t pinning high hopes on it in terms of achieving any results, but it has proven me wrong – much to my delight. It has since rebranded itself from Monaco to Crypto.com. Imagine how much that domain name would have cost.

The project itself has evolved quite a bit and would take significant time to dissect. While you can read all the relevant information from its website, let me share how I have been using the blockchain project for my personal and very practical use cases ever since I’ve received my card some time back.

To me, Crypto.com is basically a fiat gateway to/from the crypto world. The project ERC-20 tokens (coins) are known as MCO, and they are currently priced at about US$3.20 each. In