Monaco, the pioneering cryptocurrency and financial services firm, today announces its rebrand to CRYPTO.com, reflecting its mission to accelerate the global development, adoption, and transition to cryptocurrency.
Its integrated portfolio of premium consumer cryptocurrency products previously known as Monaco — including the wallet app and Visa payment cards — will be branded as MCO to align with the name of the company’s token. Additionally, CRYPTO.com’s MCO has published an updated whitepaper today to recap achievements thus far, highlighting its vision, strategy, new products and services in its pipeline.
“CRYPTO.com gives us a powerful new identity in line with our original vision to put cryptocurrency in every wallet. As the name we are taking on is also representative of the entire space, it comes with a huge responsibility to carry the torch. We will strive to deliver impact worthy of the name and build infrastructure that enables growth of the ecosystem, delivering on the promise of a decentralized future.” – Kris Marszalek, Co-Founder and CEO of CRYPTO.com
Marszalek continued: “Today, we’re also releasing the MCO Whitepaper 2.0, which unveils a comprehensive and integrated suite of consumer financial services built on and enabled by blockchain. Collectively, these products will change how customers spend, move, and invest money. We are very fortunate to have built a world-class team over the last year and I couldn’t be more proud of what the team has delivered. I encourage the entire MCO community to look through the whitepaper now available at www.crypto.com.”
“Our rebrand to CRYPTO.com will not affect our MCO Visa Card rollout schedule.”
More details of the above products and services are included in the MCO Whitepaper 2.0, available here.
CRYPTO.com has begun updating of all of its digital assets including the new website: www.crypto.com. It also serves as a gateway to the revamped MCO website — mco.crypto.com — which contains information about MCO products.
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As Monaco Wealth Management previously explained related to the Monaco Visa card:
Since 2012 Monaco also protects its name as a brand, therefore it is not easy to use the word “Monaco” or “Monte-Carlo” in your company, brand or in your product name anymore. However it is obvious that Monaco and Monte-Carlo are names which have been a magnet for prestigious and luxury brands.
In 6 April 2012 a Monaco based limited company was created protecting the “Brands of the State of Monaco”, it is called Monaco Brands. They are safeguarding, promoting and defending the entire portfolio of brands they own or license.
Therefore once you use Monaco as a company or commercial name, or as a product name you breach international trade mark rights.