Frequently asked questions
Tokens can be bought at Crypterium service or through other instruments (some of which are listed on the "Buy" page).
To receive and perform operations with CRPT tokens, it is sufficient to have any interface to the Ethereum blockchain with support of ERC20 tokens. These are https://www.myetherwallet.com, https://mycrypto.com and others. If CRPT is not displayed among the assets on the selected website, it needs to be added to the balance from the list of available tokens. If CRPT is absent in the list of additional tokens, it needs to be added to this list manually. To do that, press the Add Custom Token (or Add Token) and then fill in the fields as follows (they can be located in any order):
- Contract Address (or Token Contract Address, or simply Address): 0x80A7E048F37A50500351C204Cb407766fA3baE7f
- Symbol (or Token Symbol): CRPT
- Decimals (or Decimals of Precision, or Decimals Places of Smallest Unit): 18
- Token Name (or Name), if such field is present: CRPT (or CrypteriumToken, as you wish)
The fields can be located in any order. Some of the fields may be absent.
Yes, this is possible. Because the Ethereum cryptocurrency and the CRPT tokens work on the same technology – on Ethereum blockchain.
t depends on which site you use to work with the tokens. In some cases the commissions are charged in CRPT, in other cases – in ETH, sometimes there is no commission at all. If commissions are charged, their size can be dynamic (depending on the blockchain loading at this or that point in time) or fixed. When commissions are fixed, their size can be absolute or it can be expressed as a percentage of the operation to be completed. Usually, the size of the prospective commission is displayed on the confirmation screen of any operation with CRPT tokens.
It depends on the blockchain condition at this or that point in time. As a rule, an operation is processed within 15 minutes.
Unfortunately, no one will be able to help you in this situation. One of the features of blockchain transactions is unalterability of operations, i.e., their irreversibility. It is impossible to change or cancel transfer of tokens. The most that you can do is to try to find and get in touch with the owner of the address to which the funds were sent. Please be careful!
This is either unachievable or it will happen in a very, very long time from now. Tokens are burned only by their holders themselves. And it's unlikely that users will wish to voluntarily devoid themselves of their funds. Some services (for example, Crypterium) also burn their tokens according to certain logics (being, in a similar manner, their holders). However, they are buying CRPTs for the purpose of burning on the free market. And, the more expensive a token is, the less need there is for burning it.
For example, commission tokens are burned, and a token costs $1. This means that 5 tokens will need to be burned for a commission of $5. Then the token price will go up to $5, and then only 1 token will be sufficient for burning the same commission of $5. And so on. The fewer tokens there are remaining, the more expensive each of them is.
Holders of the "last" CRPTs on the market will possess the most valuable digital assets.
Any exchange can deploy CRPT tokens on its site. The exchange does not require anyone's consent to that. Simply ask your favorite exchanges to list CRPT tokens.