CHR is used as a “standard” currency within the Chromia economy, as dapps can collect it as fees, or use as reserves to peg their own tokens, etc.
CHR is used by dapps to pay hosting fees, thus compensating the nodes.
CHR is used to make sure that providers have a stake in the Chromia ecosystem thus offsetting incentives to collude.
Chromia has several special Chroma token accounts that are used for system-wide purposes, such as ERC20 token pegging, system node compensation pool, development pool, etc.
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The graph shows the breakdown and the total number of CHR tokens already released up to a specific month. The Promotional Fund, and Automatic Conversion Contract will continue to be distributed in 2025 and beyond.
One billion CHR tokens was created upon launch of the Chromia system. That constitutes the token supply limit, which means that no tokens will be created in the future. The following pie-chart illustrates the initial CHR token distribution.
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Currently, CHR is an ERC20 token. However, when the Chromia mainnet is launched, there will be a transition from an ERC20 token to a native one.
As stated in the white paper 1,000,000,000 CHR is the maximum number of CHR tokens that can ever be minted. However, the circulating supply got reduced after the burn of ~22M CHR in May 2020.
We believe that CHR is the “bread and butter” of the Chromia platform. It has the following roles in Chromia:
To read more about the CHR token ecosystem in our whitepaper.
You can review the CHR token address at Etherscan: https://etherscan.io/token/0x8A2279d4A90B6fe1C4B30fa660cC9f926797bAA2
You can also review the CHR token address at Bscscan: https://bscscan.com/token/0xf9CeC8d50f6c8ad3Fb6dcCEC577e05aA32B224FE
Disclaimer: The CHR token is designed as a utility token that can be used within the Chromia platform. The information provided on this website is solely for information purposes only and does not constitute investment advice whatsoever.