Last updated: 18 January, 2020 at 04:00 UTC
Terms & Conditions
Crypto.com Chain Crossfire Mainnet Dry-Run Terms and Conditions (“Terms” ) is available at https://chain.crypto.com/Crossfire_terms_and_conditions.pdf
Any defined terms used in these Office Rules will have the same meanings as those provided in the Terms unless otherwise provided.
All currencies in these Official Rules, unless otherwise specified, are in US dollars.
The Crypto.com Chain Crossfire Mainnet Dry-run begins on 18 Jan 2021, at 04:00 UTC and ends on 15 Feb 2021, at 03:59 UTC.
The Crossfire Mainnet Dry-Run is divided into 4 Phases
Phase 0: Registration Period and Pre-Validator setup
- Dates: 17 December 2020, 13:00 UTC to 11 January 2021, 12:59 UTC
- The Registration Period begins when registration opens on 17 December 2020, 13:00 UTC to 11 January 2021, 12:59 UTC;
- Interested members of the public may apply or register to participate in the Crossfire competition;
- Successful applicants may be asked via registration email to provide a unique Crypto.com Chain mainnet address (“Primary Address”) and a unique validator node name (“Node Identity”) to be used during the Competition.
- Successful applicants can test the commands and setup by joining our existing Croeseid testnet;
- No CRO Rewards whatsoever are offered or given in Phase 0; and
- Crypto.com reserves the right to change the Registration Period without prior notice
Phase 1: Validator Setup
- Dates: 18 January 2021, 04:00 UTC to 25 January 2021, 03:59 UTC
- Mainnet Dry-run special testnet will be launched; and
- Participants who are able to setup the Primary Node (as defined below) and submit at least one block commitment to the network during this Phase may be awarded with CRO Rewards
Phase 2: Keep Your Node Active
- Dates: 25 January 2021, 04:00 UTC to 8 February 2021, 03:59 UTC
- The Primary Node set up in Phase 1 must be maintained stable during this Phase
- CRO Rewards may be given to the Participant who maintain the Primary Node with 50% of Up Time
- At the end of Phase 2, a network upgrade will be performed by Participants
- Participants who have successfully upgraded the Primary Node may get a CRO Reward
Phase 3: Network Attack and Defence
- Dates: 8 February 2021, 04:00 UTC to 15 February 2021, 03:59 UTC
- Participants are encouraged to launch attacks, as permitted by these Official Rules and Terms, during this Phase;
- The Primary Node Up Time in this Phase will affect the score in the Most Valuable Participant task; and
- More Tasks may be added to this Phase, including via Communication Channels.
- Participant may refer one or more persons (“Referees”) to join the competition. Referees must satisfy the requirements of section 1 in the Terms in order to participate in the Crossfire competition.
- Each Referee may only be referred by one other Participant (“Referrer”).
- Participant must specify the Referrer by the Referrer registration email in the Participant registration form during the Registration Procedure. The Company does not accept any amendments to the Referral information after the registration form is submitted.
- Both Referrer and Referee must satisfy the eligibility requirements for participation and for rewards, as set out in Sections 1 and 2 of the Terms.
- Upon completion of the Entry Level Tasks by both Referrer and Referee, the Referrer and Referee will each receive a referral bonus of $50 equivalent in CRO.
- The referral bonus is distributed as part of the CRO Reward, and the distribution follows the terms in section 9 of the Terms.
Primary Address and Primary Node
- The latest Primary Address and Primary Node information of each Participant are listed on the Crossfire GitHub repository https://github.com/crypto-com/crossfire (“Crossfire GitHub Repository”);
- The judgement of completion and/or ranking of tasks of each Participant will be determined by the information listed on Crossfire GitHub Repository;
- It is Participant responsibility to make sure the Primary Address and Primary Node information listed on the Crossfire Repository is accurate; and
- Under no circumstances will the Company be responsible for any impact, including but not limited to the disqualification in the competition, caused by the inaccuracy of the Participant information on the Crossife GitHub Repository.
- Primary address is a wallet account address owned by the Participant;
- Participant must use this address to complete some of tasks as specified in the task details below or else the participation and completion of those tasks would not be counted; and
- Participant Default Primary Address is listed in the Crossfire GitHub Repository
- Validator Node (“Validator Node”) is identified by the consensus node address of the node on Crossfire network;
- Participant Validator Operator Address (“Validator Operator Address”) is the validator operator address of the Participant specified in the Crossfire GitHub Repository;
- Primary Node is the Validator Node the Participant has setup which fulfills all of the following conditions:
- The Validator Node has the same validator operator address as Validator Operator Address of the Participant;
- The Validator Node has the same moniker as theNode Identity of the Participant throughout the whole competition; and
- The Validator Node is created during Phase 1 of the competition
- If the Validator Operator Address of the Participant has created multiple Validator Node during the competition, only the Validator Node that has fulfilled all of the above-stated conditions and with the latest join time is considered to be the Primary Node of the Participant;
- A validator node may be removed from Crossfire network on different scenarios, including by not limited to when node is unbonded, or the node has committed Byzantine Fault.
- If a validator node is removed from the Crossfire network, the consensus node address of the removed validator node may not be re-used. Participant may have to create a new Validator Node. The new Validator Node created by the Participant may become the new Primary Node of the Participant.
- By default Validator Operator Address will be the address derived from the Participant Default Primary Address; andFor details of different address types, please refer to https://chain.crypto.com/docs/chain-details/chain-id.html#address-prefix
Entry Level Tasks
1. Validator Setup
2. Keep Your Validator Up
*Up Time in this Phase is calculated by total number of commitments provided by the Primary Node during Phase 2 divided by the total number of blocks during Phase 2
Four jackpots are created based on the total number of successful transactions on the network in the valid periods (“Jackpot Transaction Valid Period”) according to the tiers below (individually, a “Jackpot”).
On every Friday, every Participant** who send successful transactions (of any types) using the Primary Address to the first block generated at or after 04:00 UTC (“Designated Block”) will split this Jackpot***.
**Each Participant is only eligible once for each Jackpot. (i.e. Multiple transactions sent by the same Primary Address to the block will be counted as one).
***In the event that no one wins the Jackpot, the Jackpot may be accumulated to the next Jackpot.
****In the event that no one wins the final Jackpot, the final Jackpot, including the accumulated amount (if any), may be forfeited.
1. Proposal Voting
2. Perform upgrade
Network Attack Sharing
Most Valuable Participants
During the Competition, each Task carries a different score. Top 10 Participants ranked from the highest score may be awarded with CRO Rewards:
- Champion: $5,000 equivalent of CRO
- First runner-up: $3,000 equivalent of CRO
- Second runner-up: $1,500 equivalent of CRO
- 4th - 10th place: $500 equivalent of CRO each
**In the event of multiple Participants having the same Score, Participants are ranked based on their Primary Node Join Time. The earlier the Primary Node is joined, the higher rank the Participant will be.
***Primary Node Join Time is determined by the block time of the block that contains the Primary Node Join Message. Primary Node Join Message is the Crypto.com Chain transaction message `MsgCreateValidator` which initiates the joining of the Primary Node on the network.
****In the event of multiple Participants having the same score and same Primary Node join time, both the Participants are awarded with the CRO Rewards and the remaining CRO Rewards of each tier remain unchanged.
e.g. If two Participants have the same highest score and same Primary Node join time, both the Participants are awarded with Champion CRO Rewards and the Participant at the 3rd place may get the First runner-up CRO Rewards.
- Any and all CRO Rewards will be subject to a lock up period of 1 year, during which the CRO Rewards may not be used for any purpose except for staking in the Crypto.com ecosystem during the 1 year period.
- Crypto.com makes no promise, representation or warranty as to the monetary value of any CRO Reward.
- For further details, please refer to section 9 of the Terms
List of Restricted Countries
Central African Republic
Congo, Dem. Rep.
Guinea, Republic of