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FXStreet became part of a national-level blockchain partnership with the National University of Singapore. The exchange continued to scale its presence in the US, and there was a spike in transaction count on the Cronos chain., a Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange, has become a Gold Member of the Singapore Blockchain Innovation Programme. The National University of Singapore has collaborated with Enterprise Singapore, Infocomm Media Development Authority to foster blockchain innovation through the programme. 
As Gold Member, would foster the development and adoption of blockchain technology in previously untapped sectors. This could fuel a bullish narrative for the adoption and utility of token CRO. 
As the exchange continues to scale its presence across the US, supporting instant deposit services for users and acquisitions of crypto exchanges, is expanding its product offerings. 
Cronos testnet has completed 15 million transactions in its incentivized testnet event, Cassini. @ShardiB2, a pseudonymous crypto analyst, has predicted a spike in price. The analyst evaluated the price trend and revealed his bullish outlook. 
@Gregariou1, a crypto analyst and trader, compares price with Quant, drawing parallels between the price trend and predicting a bull run in the token. 
$QNT vs $CRO

This based solely on chart structure and the Livermore pattern thesis.
Analysts at the YouTube channel CryptoCache believe that if the next higher low is over $0.571, price could bounce and break into an uptrend. 

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Following fuel protests in Kazakhstan, the country reportedly experienced internet blackouts on January 4, leading to a nationwide communications disruption on January 5. Although the country’s presiding cabinet resigned, the internet blackout dealt a severe blow to Bitcoin mining activity. price has been on a downtrend since November 24, 2021, when it set up a new all-time high. However, CRO found respite as it bounced off a crucial support level four times in less than two months, indicating the vital nature of this level. The recent downswing has pushed CRO back to this area.
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