It is absolutely impossible to make firm predictions about what the price of the CRO crypto will look like in 2025, but several are circulating nonetheless. The Cronos (CRO) cryptocurrency
CRO is the native cryptocurrency of Cronos.
Whereas Cronos is the crypto project of the well-known exchange Crypto.com, which has changed the name of its cryptocurrency since it is no longer just the token of the exchange but also the native cryptocurrency of the Cronos project.
In reality CRO is still Crypto.com‘s token, to the extent that it is an ERC-20 token on the Ethereum blockchain, but at the same time it is also the native cryptocurrency of Crypto.com’s Cronos project.
It is worth noting, however, that the markets still regard it primarily as Crypto.com’s token, since beyond that, its main use is within the exchange’s ecosystem.
Cronos right now has only 100 validator nodes, compared to Ethereum‘s thousands of validator nodes, even though a total of about 30 million transactions have been recorded on its blockchain, compared to 1.6 million on Ethereum. Then again, transaction costs on Ethereum are significantly higher than those on Cronos, so it is understandable that CRO holders prefer the latter.
In light of this, it is not at all surprising that CRO price trends are closely linked to events on the Crypto.com exchange. The price of CRO: what are crypto’s predictions for 2025?
The CRO price trend is very curious, because it is a kind of anomaly in the crypto industry.
In fact, it is both stable and volatile at the same time. Stable in the long term, but volatile in the medium term. In the short term it sometimes manages to be very volatile as well.
CRO debuted in the crypto markets in 2019 at an initial price of $0.01 that, in hindsight, can be described as very undervalued. In fact, after only a month it had already increased almost tenfold.
For a long time, up until October 2021, the price of CRO lateralized within a band between $0.03 and $0.20, with the sole exception of March and April 2021 when it touched $0.24.
But in November 2021, at the height of the speculative bubble in the crypto markets, it suddenly sputtered to an all-time high of $0.97.
In other words, compared to the pre-bubble price of $0.06, it had risen 1,500% in less than a year, and compared to the peak price in early 2021 it had risen 300%.
However, that was the only major bull run to date on the CRO price.
In fact, starting in December 2021, the price began to fall, eventually returning below $0.40 in early 2022.
With the implosion of the Terra/Luna ecosystem, and the bankruptcy of Celsius, it plummeted to $0.11 in June last year, and with the bankruptcy of FTX at the end of the year it even dropped below $0.06.
In other words, in 2022 it burned through all the gains of 2021, returning to its pre-bubble starting point.
Since then it has recovered, although it is struggling to reposition itself above $0.08. CRO’s price trend
Excluding the initial overly undervalued price, the current price is curiously back within the range that had marked the CRO price trend from March 2019 until October 2021.
It is enough to recall that in August 2020, when there was a small and brief intermediate bull run, it went all the way up to over $0.17, which is double the current value.
This is a truly anomalous and curious feature in the crypto market, so much so that we can speculate that the price trend of CRO may also be similar in the future.
That is, for a long time it could continue to oscillate within a band between perhaps $0.06 and $0.20, but alternating lateralization with rare and short bull runs capable of pushing it well above $0.30. CRO: the crypto price forecast for 2025
According to some, this new period of lateralization could end in 2024, or perhaps 2025.
However, there are several forecasts that argue that it may be difficult to return to the highs of November 2021, or exceed them by much.
The reference point is right around the November 2021 high of $0.90, although there are those who believe that during the next bull run the CRO price may even struggle to rise back to $0.70.
Other forecasts are a bit more optimistic, because they argue that the $0.90 wall could be knocked down in 2025, enough to push the CRO price to new highs perhaps above $1.30.
However, it is so difficult to make these predictions that the real chances of them being correct are very small.
However, it is worth pointing out that several forecasts do not turn out to be very far apart.
In fact, many take as a reference precisely $0.90, with some stating that it could come close without being able to reach it (perhaps stopping at $0.70), while others believe that it could exceed it relatively slightly (perhaps up to $1.30).
Of course, there are also much more optimistic forecasts, but they generally refer to periods after 2025.
There are also some that speculate that it will fail to return significantly and sustainably above $0.20.
However, there is one thing that almost all of them seem to have in common: a tendency toward lateralization, in other words, with only a few big swings of very small magnitude. It almost seems as if many are betting not only on CRO’s price holding up, but also on its relative stability over the long term.
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