Dear Community, Contract Update Announcement!  OxyO2 (OX2) 0x4ff08F7F52Ddba3E78C7754331c1baE737b0C50d To OxyO2 (KRPZA) 0x53940d46a35162255511ff7cade811891d49533c.  Thank you for your unwavering support!


What is OxyO2

About The OxyO2

OxyO2 is a decentralized cryptocurrency that will be used as a utility token. The maximum supply of OxyO2 is 1000 million (50% Burning) and distributed among potential OxyO2 holders during various processes. OxyO2 will use the finest and safest payment process to increase financial security and transparency.

Knowing or unknowing we all are the part of internet era and blockchain technology is changing the entire world, where OxyO2 is the revolution in the finance sector with a community of many people currently which growing rapidly. Being the part of OxyO2 Ecosystem, the OxyO2 community can get extreme benefits with the help of Products and services like DEFI, Staking, Exchange, Gamify, NFT-FI, Blockchain, and many more...

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How it works

Competitive Benefit


Secure Transaction


Powerful Ecosystem


Instant Transaction


Easy & Convenient System


Smart Web


Problems & Solutions

More than $40 million in assets were placed under restraint pending forfeiture, and more than 30
Liberty Reserve exchanger domain names were seized.


Different pieces of the new Internet are born as building blocks, but there’s no way for them to work together.

Even interoperating new technologies with old centralised resources can prove useful in making the paradigm shift from Web 2 to Web 3 happen. Now we own our data, we can prove that we own what we have and have created it on different platforms, but how do we put it together into a whole new cohesive framework.



Decentralized cryptocurrency is produced by the entire cryptocurrency system collectively, at a rate which is defined when the system is created and which is publicly known.

In centralized banking and economic systems such as the Federal Reserve System, corporate boards or governments control the supply of currency by printing units of fiat money or demanding additions to digital banking ledgers.



A document released by a crypto project that gives investors technical information
about its concept, and a roadmap for how it plans to grow and succeed.


Read Whitepaper

A whitepaper is a document released by developers that explains the technology and purpose of the project they are working on. It tells prospective investors how the cryptocurrency was conceived and highlights its purpose.

A crypto whitepaper contains various forms of data like statistics, diagrams, and formulas. The goal of this data is to convince prospective investors to invest in that cryptocurrency. For any crypto start-up, releasing a whitepaper is a way to be considered professional and legitimate. It helps investors understand how the project is different from other projects in the crypto space.

Since the early 1990s, the term "white paper", or "whitepaper", has been applied to documents used as marketing or sales tools in business.

OxyO2 App

Mobile App

A cryptocurrency wallet stores the public and private keys which can be used to receive or spend
the cryptocurrency. A wallet can contain multiple public and private key pairs.

Android & ios app

An expeditious customer service determines the success of any business. No matter how good our products and services are, we will not be able to increase sales without having a world-class customer service.

A mobile app can also improve our customer service, apart from increasing our product sales and business visibility. An app ensures the same presentation of our products and services every time users access it. Customers can go through the same interface, no matter which page they access.

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This roadmap communicates the why as well as the what behind what we are building,
and it is a guiding strategic document as well as a plan for executing the product strategy.

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About coin


Decentralized cryptocurrency is produced by the entire cryptocurrency system collectively
at a rate which is defined when the system is created and which is publicly known.

Current Supply

Burned Coin

Till Now
171436184.3144 KRPZA

No. Of Days

  • Name: OXYO2 (KRPZA)
  • Decimals: 18
  • Burning: 50%
  • Network: Binance Chain (BEP20)
  • Max Supply: 100,000,0000
  • Live Rate: 1 KRPZA = $0.0021
Notice! Be aware of fraud contracts & Please verify the below Token contract address carefully before making any Transaction.

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Token Stats

Token Distribution

Token distribution is a key part of the token sale process, which is the process of issuing and selling tokens to investors.
The goal of token distribution is to raise funds for the development of a project.


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Originally the term "FAQ" referred to the Frequently Asked Question itself, and the
compilation of questions and answers was known as a "FAQ list" or some similar expression.

Cryptocurrency is a digital payment system that doesn't rely on banks to verify transactions. It’s a peer-to-peer system that can enable anyone anywhere to send and receive payments. Instead of being physical money carried around and exchanged in the real world, cryptocurrency payments exist purely as digital entries to an online database describing specific transactions. When you transfer cryptocurrency funds, the transactions are recorded in a public ledger. Cryptocurrency is stored in digital wallets.
Cryptocurrencies run on a distributed public ledger called blockchain, a record of all transactions updated and held by currency holders. Units of cryptocurrency are created through a process called mining, which involves using computer power to solve complicated mathematical problems that generate coins. Users can also buy the currencies from brokers, then store and spend them using cryptographic wallets.
The first cryptocurrency was Bitcoin, which was founded in 2009 and remains the best known today. Much of the interest in cryptocurrencies is to trade for profit, with speculators at times driving prices skyward.
There are different wallet providers to choose from. The terms “hot wallet” and “cold wallet” are used: Hot wallet storage: "hot wallets" refer to crypto storage that uses online software to protect the private keys to your assets. Cold wallet storage: Unlike hot wallets, cold wallets (also known as hardware wallets) rely on offline electronic devices to securely store your private keys.
When it was first launched, Bitcoin was intended to be a medium for daily transactions, making it possible to buy everything from a cup of coffee to a computer or even big-ticket items like real estate. That hasn’t quite materialized and, while the number of institutions accepting cryptocurrencies is growing, large transactions involving it are rare. Even so, it is possible to buy a wide variety of products from e-commerce websites using crypto.
Cryptocurrencies are usually built using blockchain technology. Blockchain describes the way transactions are recorded into "blocks" and time stamped. It's a fairly complex, technical process, but the result is a digital ledger of cryptocurrency transactions that's hard for hackers to tamper with.
It has proven to be a powerful technology for protecting the integrity of vital information. But that doesn’t mean it’s entirely safe. The technology has become increasingly prevalent in recent years as the cryptocurrency markets have moved toward center stage. One reason for its rapid adoption is that blockchain is designed to offer unparalleled security to digital information. In its short life, blockchain—also known as distributed ledger technology—and the cryptocurrencies it powers has seen its share of successes and failures. And as its applications spread, blockchain security has become more important—and not just for cryptocurrency investors.
Blockchain technology is like the internet, which relies on a decentralized network rather than just a single server. Blockchain uses a decentralized, or distributed, ledger that exists on a host of independent computers, often called nodes, to track, announce, and coordinate synchronized transactions. This differs from traditional trading models that rely on a clearinghouse or exchange which tracks everything in a central ledger. Each node in the decentralized blockchain constantly organizes new data into blocks, and chains them together in an “append only” mode. This append-only structure is an important part of blockchain security. No one on any node can alter or delete the data on earlier blocks—they can only add to the chain. That the chain can only be added to is one of the core security features of blockchain. By referring to the chain, participants can confirm transactions. It cuts out the need for a central clearing authority.
The crypto industry has said that the key distinction between coins and tokens is that crypto coins are the native asset of a Blockchain like Bitcoin or Ethereum, whereas crypto tokens are created by platforms and applications that are built on top of an existing Blockchain.
An initial coin offering (ICO) is the cryptocurrency industry’s equivalent of an initial public offering (IPO). A company seeking to raise money to create a new coin, app, or service can launch an ICO as a way to raise funds. Interested investors can buy into an initial coin offering to receive a new cryptocurrency token issued by the company. This token may have some utility related to the product or service that the company is offering or represent a stake in the company or project.
To participate in an ICO, you usually need to first purchase a more established digital currency, plus have a basic understanding of cryptocurrency wallets and exchanges.
When a cryptocurrency project wants to raise money through an ICO, the project organizers’ first step is determining how they will structure the coin. ICOs can be structured in a few different ways, including Static supply and static price, Static supply and dynamic price or Dynamic supply and static price.
Anyone can launch an ICO. With very little regulation of ICOs in the U.S. currently, anyone who can access the proper technology is free to launch a new cryptocurrency.
Early investors in an ICO are usually motivated by the expectation that the tokens will gain value after the cryptocurrency launches. This is the primary benefit of an ICO: the potential for very high returns.
Many exchanges, websites, and aggregators list new coins. Some examples are Coinbase, Gemini, Kraken, CoinGecko, and CoinMarketCap. You can also find new coins announced on social media platforms such as Twitter.
Every legitimate project that sources funds through an ICO has a website, where they specify what the project is all about, its goals, the amount of money needed, how long the funding campaign will go on for and so forth. This website is where you can register for the ICO.
OxyO2 token is listed on Coinstore Exchange and Pancakeswap. So, you can buy Oxyo2 token through Coinstore exchange and pancakeswap by USDT.
Once the transaction is confirmed by the supported blockchain network, you will be able to see your token balance.
Yes, OxyO2 is having decentralized staking program. This staking program gives you opportunity to earn 180% APR.
You will receive your staking rewards on daily basis as per the token current rate.
Yes, you can harvest your staking rewards once you reach $5 amount.
As we explained in earlier question that OxyO2 is decentralized staking program. So, it works through the Smart Contracts (it has no Management or admins). The platform is fully decentralized but at the same time highly secure because it is made through the process of cryptography.
A smart contract– it’s a digital trade agreement. These agreements will run automatically when certain conditions are met and deployed to blockchain.

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