Crypto.com (CRO) is a topic that frequently comes up on my blog, and this is pretty much due to the excellent value that the project brings to me.

In its earlier iteration, it was known as Monaco which I blogged about back in November 2017, and competed in the space alongside TenX. Three years is equivalent to a lifetime in crypto space, and both TenX and Wirecard have gone the way of the dodo-bird.

Despite my initial reservations, Crypto.com (must be a really, really expensive domain name to acquire) has proven me wrong and emerged as an important project that I’m using on a weekly (and sometimes daily) basis.

Many people are confused over what exactly the project is all about with its numerous components, and it’s not easy to explain what Crypto.com is all about in a just few words – but if you were to ask me, I’ll probably segregate it into four distinct parts –