CEO Of Crypto.com Kris Marszalek Alleges Coinmarketcap For Its Exchange Ranking Blunder

According to a tweet posted on December 25, Crypto.com CEO Kris Marszalek has a problem with coinmarketcap.com’s exchange volume rankings. In a tweet, Marszalek claimed that the prominent cryptocurrency aggregation website “arbitrarily decreased” the exchange’s position.


Kris Marszalek, the CEO of Crypto.com, has expressed his dissatisfaction with the online portal coinmarketcap in a recent tweet. According to Marszalek, Crypto.com’s exchange volumes are being misrepresented, and the trading platform’s rating was moved to 14th on the spur of the moment.

He thrashed CoinMarketCap’s team on the microblogging site and accused them for misplacing Crypto.com exchange’s ranking in the list.

On Sunday, Crypto.com’s exchange rating was 16th, according to figures from coinmarketcap.com. However, according to Coingecko’s spot exchange stats, Crypto.com is currently ranked second in terms of trade volume.

According to Coingecko statistics, Crypto.com’s 24-hour trade volume is $2.8 billion. Meanwhile, according to coinmarketcap.com (CMC), Crypto.com’s volume is $1.5 billion, down more than 15%. A lot of people responded to Marszalek’s statements after he tweeted them.

CMC was having trouble verifying the BABYDOGE supply, according to the official Baby Doge team. Bobby Ong, a co-founder of Coingecko, expressed gratitude to Marszalek for his compliment. Ong replied, “Merry Christmas, Kris.” “Thank you for all of your help. “Have a wonderful holiday season with your family.”

The announcement comes after CMC’s problems on December 14, when users complained about price inconsistencies on the site. The price of bitcoin (BTC) on CMC was $778 billion per unit on that day, and many other coin prices were incorrect. After receiving multiple complaints on social media, CMC addressed the problem in a tweet about the price anomalies.

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