Monaco project evolves into Crypto.com
After dropping a big chunk of undisclosed change Monaco project buys the holy grail of crypto domains Crypto.com which was registered in the stone age of the internet 1993!
They released an official statement and the logo, (which is not really the best one for such a name).
Monaco, the pioneering cryptocurrency and financial services firm, today announces its rebrand to CRYPTO.com, reflecting its mission to accelerate the global development, adoption, and transition to cryptocurrency.
Its integrated portfolio of premium consumer cryptocurrency products previously known as Monaco — including its wallet app and Visa payment cards — will be branded as MCO to align with the name of the company’s token.
Kris Marszalek, Co-Founder and CEO of CRYPTO.com says
“CRYPTO.com gives us a powerful new identity in line with our original vision to put cryptocurrency in every wallet. As the name we’re taking on is also representative of the entire space, it comes with a huge responsibility to carry the torch.
Original owner , and now a a very rich multi millionare, of the domain Matt Blaze, is an Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania and a leading expert on cryptography (he has a Ph.D. in computer science from Princeton. With the boom in cryptocurrencies Blaze has been besieged by people trying to buy the domain from him.
MCO Visa Card, a card that allows users to spend cryptocurrency anywhere Visa is accepted
MCO Wallet App, a mobile wallet that allows users to buy, exchange, and send four cryptocurrencies and seven fiat currencies, and track over 200 coins in the cryptocurrency markets
MCO Crypto Invest, a robo-advisory cryptocurrency investment tool;
MCO Crypto Credit, a crypto credit service that allows customers to deposit their cryptocurrency and receive credit to spend with their MCO Visa Card.