We are ending the notorious cycle of cross organization collaboration and we want you with us. The simplicity of the Cros protocol starts from the very beginning, the name. At the brainstorming session of the branding of our decentralized project we thought how could we make this as simple as possible? So, we decided to extract a single-syllable word that utmostly describes what we do, and we went the further mile by taking away any letter that takes space without giving much in return. This is the epitome of our protocol. We subtract any obstacle that is disguised in a form of a service to make the process as lenient as possible. Blockchain has revolutionized how everything works, and it still continues to do so. This technology has been around for more than a decade and we’re still witnessing new potentials day by day. It has united individuals to create a decentralized metaverse, a world that defies all injustices the human race has been experiencing for countless of reasons. It’s empowering countries plagued with sanctions and inflation. It made digital artists redefine their self worth with NFTs. And there’s still so much to unlock. A New Blockchain Potential Being part of the Cros ecosystem means that you will be part of unlocking a new potential of blockchain. Through Cros, enterprises will benefit from cross-org collaboration as we redistribute part of the revenue generated in CROS token to the enterprises whose business processes are being executed. The CROS token is an atomic unit of value exchange inside the Cros ecosystem, creating a transactional economy between enterprises and the community of validators. This consists of features that allow an enterprise to earn value and to spend it on services that are unique to and created by the network. Power to the People Where does the broader crypto community stand in this decentralized economy? Cros is a democratic ecosystem owned and ruled by its users. It’s governed by anyone who owns CROS, the network’s native currency, in a fair and transparent way. All CROS holders are able to propose a change to the protocol or vote on existing proposals. They can also help elect council members who represent passive stakeholders within Cros’ governance system. Cros’ governance system is split in two: Council Members and a Technical Committee. The Council Members are elected to represent passive stakeholders in two primary governance roles: proposing referenda and vetoing dangerous or malicious referenda. Whereas the Technical Committee is composed of teams actively building Cros. This team has the power to propose emergency referenda when needed, together with the council, for fast-tracked voting and implementation.