0xLuckless v1.0, v1.5, v2.0 & v2.2 holders can now earn royalties in the form of a staking pool provided by the team at CroDex! The pool rates will vary from month to month but you are able to earn wCRO by staking NFTs from 0xLuckless projects on Cronos with CroDex.
The staking pools will be refilled each month with wCRO earned from royalties generated by 0xLuckless Collections on Ebisu's Bay, OpenSea and relative projects across multiple blockchains along the sale of merch & art pieces in the real world.
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