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How GNOX’s price is affected by its supply and what CRO can learn from it

GNOX burns tokens or reduces their supply to increase their price. Early investors are rewarded by this practice.

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Gnox Token (GNOX)



Gnox, the protocol set to revolutionise DeFi investment, has entered the second stage of its presale following the end of its primary presale phase: 49 million GNOX tokens sold and a massive 2.5 billion tokens burnt.


What is GNOX?


Gnox is the first project to offer yield farming as a service and will simplify DeFi investment bringing it to a broader audience. GNOX investors gain exposure to DeFi yield opportunities by virtue of holding the token thanks to the protocol’s treasury and will receive a passive income stream of stablecoin every 30 days. Suitable for retail and institutional investors, Gnox is reshaping DeFi to make it accessible to all.


What is a Token Burn?


A token burn is the removal of tokens from circulation. The tokens are sent to a one-way address from where they cannot be retrieved, and essentially these tokens cease to exist. Removed from circulation these tokens have been ‘burnt.’


Gnox Token Burn


The GNOX token has shot up in value again following the burn, now standing tall at $0.0160 per token. There shall be another token burn at the end of phase 2 and phase 3 of the presale. This is to drive the token’s price up and reward all early investors in the Gnoxian ecosystem.

Burning tokens is a supply and demand mechanism typically used to alter price- specifically to increase it. It is an application of the fundamental laws of supply and demand: If the demand for an asset remains constant, but the supply is dramatically reduced, the cost of this asset rises. The team at Gnox has rewarded early investors by undertaking token burning to increase the value of the purchased tokens further.


Cronos (CRO)


CRO is the utility token of the CEX (centralised exchange) Crypto.com, which entitles holders to various benefits and has appreciated well in value following an aggressive marketing campaign involving high-profile celebrities such as Matt Damon.

However, recently CRO has seen its value plummet following an announcement the company made altering rewards for the visa cards it offered. Investors who staked CRO were eligible for cards that offered crypto cashback and improved staking rates. But following these benefits being rescinded CRO now trades around $0.11 down from an ATH (All-Time High) of $0.97. A dramatic retracement of more than 85%.

If Crypto.com wanted to push the value of their token up, they could follow Gnox’s example and conduct a token burn. The last time Crypto.com enacted a large-scale burn was February 2021, and CRO appreciated well the following month. Should CRO follow Gnox’s lead, and is the time right for Crypto.com to hold another token burn event?


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