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Frequently Asked Questions

We want to clarify some concepts that we noticed users are overlooking when evaluating developments in the crypto environment, and consequently, our project. Because although it is the responsibility of each user to research and understand where and how they invest, we feel it is appropriate to provide them with some of these concepts and extend their knowledge regarding the natural functioning of the blockchain environment and what decentralization entails.
That said, we want to answer several questions that have been floating around the community lately:

Were there any wallets with tokens before the launch?

No, this was a 100% fair launch on our part, with all the previously announced measures, the moment the tax was removed and purchasing started all people had the same opportunity to buy the token. An inexorable truth in the current crypto world is that there will always be advantages for those external entities who have more knowledge of the ins and outs of the Blockchain.

Why are there wallets that are selling without a buying order?

A fairly common question at the moment, all wallets are able to move tokens from one direction to another, they made a single large purchase, realizing that only one sale can be made per minute, they split them into many wallets in order to overcome this mechanic. It can be reviewed as 'Transfer' in Bscscan.

Why wasn't a purchase limit put in place?

This is also one of the most common questions, hand in hand with the previous idea, the same method explained before fulfills the function of bypassing this, you simply create a larger amount of wallets and it would already be impossible to track or 'police' this large number of wallets, it does not fulfill the expected function, besides, it is as simple as an extra line of code for people using trading bots.

Why weren't the entire 2,500,000 tokens entered into liquidity

The total liquidity will be distributed in different partnerships, and as stated above it will be added gradually with the tokens raised from the first weeks of the game, it is important for us to add liquidity in several different places to give most freedom to the users.

Why not blacklist wallets with large sums of tokens?

There are several reasons why it was decided that this is not a way forward, some of these are:
  • Having a token that can blacklist implies maintaining direct control and power over all $CRUX tokens in circulation, so they could be transferred, removed, deleted, or expropriated by the developers. Such actions over anyone's money without consent could easily be considered theft.
  • A token that allows these kinds of features loses all credibility with the decentralized finance and cryptocurrency community.
  • A token with these features will never be able to pass any kind of legitimate audit as it would trigger all the red flags of a scam token.
  • When performing any search for this token, it would be analyzed as a scam by any kind of tool on the internet as it would cede full control of the token to the developers.
  • It would completely prevent any possibility of expanding the use of the token to any recognized Centralized Exchange and Decentralized Exchange.
  • Taking what was previously said about the listings into account, the measure of setting a maximum purchase amount also closes many doors with important Exchanges, and this would cause a hindered launch of the project and in turn, would close many possibilities to grow, it is something that is detrimental to the project in the long term.
  • This would also completely eliminate any kind of external investment, remembering that green candles are investments either internal or external to the game.
  • Last but not least, it goes against everything decentralized finances and cryptocurrency investments stand for.

Why is there price volatility during the release of a token?

It is a common phenomenon in all token launches with some credibility, it is well known by the crypto community that buying a token at the initial launch carries a much higher risk as the possibility of gains are exponential, however, the opposite is also true, the losses of passing a transaction at a high value cause this to be balanced. In the end, it's in the hands of each of the users to choose their entry point of purchase if they wish to speculate.