Here’s a weekly recap from the Dexpad/PhotonSwap team. Two projects were onboarded and were both successful. Check out their recap below.


Dear DexPad and PhotonSwap users,

A lot has been in the brewing over the last week for DexPad and PhotonSwap. Two new projects were onboarded.


First of all, MMFinance, the 1st AMM and DEX on Cronos Chain that offers fee rebates via trading mining, launched a successful presale on DexPad. All tokens available in the public presale were sold in a mere 38 seconds! 165 thousand CRO were raised with 100% liquidity locked for one month at the least. 

We distributed 1900 CRO and 2900 MMF total between all our DxP Stakers as a revenue share mechanism. 


Secondly, CrocosNFT, has just recently undergone an internal KYC process with the DexPad team.

CrocosNFT is a collection of 2000 Crypto Crocodile NFTs – unique digital collectibles on the Cronos Blockchain. 

The Crocos team has locked 99% of the 50k liquidity on PhotonSwap for 2 years and its token $Crocos sold out in 68 seconds with 100 thousand $CRO raised. Check their Medium article out for further details about the deal. 

Internal Maintenance

When it comes to internal maintenance, is now back online, once again providing users with numerous technical details and other useful information for the analysis of the Cronos chain and related tokens.

Partner Update

Last but not least, a little news from our partners’ network: our friends at Elk.Finance are giving away up to 20 NFTs in a gleam campaign from different Cronos projects, this will take place during our CRO-ELK dual emissions boost week until the 23rd of December.   

There’s about $4500 in NFT’s and $1000 in ELK and 100 $CRO in prizes. 

As always, we cordially thank our community for your participation and we invite you to check our linktree for relevant information and updates.

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