Meme tokens have taken over the crypto space. The Dogecoin takeover empowered other meme token projects to compete for the next top spot. We recently saw that with Shiba Inu. With the meme token race in high gear, other projects are jumping on other blockchains to secure their spot. The newly launched blockchain, Cronos, has attracted some interesting meme projects. One promising project stars a crocodile wearing Crocs. Now presenting Crox, the community powered meme token on Cronos.

The Crocodile Token

$CROX is the first crocodile themed token on Cronos. A fair launch token with buying set to 0.5% off at once. $CROX is sold on PhotonSwap. At the time of this article, the market cap is $44,484 and there are 456 holders. $CROX has also been listed on


As stressed in previous Cronos project articles, it’s extremely important to build a strong community. Not only should a project keep their community engaged and informed, they should also be willing to answer any questions about the project. Anything from crypto basics to technical specifications. $CROX currently has a Twitter and Telegram that have seen consistent growth in the past few days. A good sign for future success. It will be interesting to see what happens with $CROX.



  • 93% of the supply is going directly to liquidity.
  • 5% is kept in the team wallet for future uses like giveaways and as a reserve for partnerships.
  • 2% is given to early supporters of the project.
  • Fees in total are 9%:
    • 5% to liquidity
    • 3% are burned on the spot
    • 1% to development and marketing



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