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What is the Maximum Number of Moons that Can Be Earned Each Month?

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The short answer to the question of whether there is a limit to the Moons that can be earned every month is yes. The amount of Moons you can earn each month is determined by the amount of activity you have on the platform.

Moons are a type of cryptocurrency that is earned through the Crypto.com app. They are earned by completing tasks such as buying and selling cryptocurrency, staking coins, and referring friends. The amount of Moons you can earn each month is based on the amount of activity you have on the platform. The more active you are, the more Moons you can earn.

The amount of Moons you can earn each month is limited by the amount of activity you have on the platform. For example, if you only buy and sell cryptocurrency once a month, you will not be able to earn as many Moons as someone who is actively trading multiple times a day. Additionally, if you are not staking coins or referring friends, you will not be able to earn as many Moons as someone who is actively doing both.

The amount of Moons you can earn each month is also limited by the amount of coins you have staked. The more coins you have staked, the more Moons you can earn. Additionally, the amount of Moons you can earn each month is also limited by the amount of friends you have referred. The more friends you refer, the more Moons you can earn.

Overall, there is a limit to the amount of Moons that can be earned each month. The amount of Moons you can earn is determined by the amount of activity you have on the platform, the amount of coins you have staked, and the amount of friends you have referred. If you want to maximize the amount of Moons you can earn each month, it is important to be active on the platform, stake coins, and refer friends.

24 thoughts on “What is the Maximum Number of Moons that Can Be Earned Each Month?”

  1. From what I understand, there’s a cap of some sort. If you look at the right sidebar, you can see that multiple people earned 28.241 moons in this distribution.

    I’m assuming that it changes every month

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  2. The karma is capped at the 99.9th percentile. That means the maximum amount of karma used for calculating your moon rewards will be equal to the karma of the person with the top 0.1% karma. For most people, this won’t matter since you won’t be anywhere near the cap (it was 8k+ the last round).

    A set amount of moons is available for distribution each round according to how much normalized karma you have. For the last round, the multiplier was around 0.74. This meant that if you had 1000 karma, you would have gotten 740 moons.

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  3. There is… but you are going to drive yourself crazy trying to hit the karma cap. You will burn out. Imo just post casually while browsing other stuff on Reddit and the Moons will accumulate

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  4. If I’m not mistaken, there used to be a karma cap of 15,000, but alot of people were karma farming just to hit that number. It’s now dynamic and only known to the mods/devs I believe so that people aren’t shit posting to a defined number.

    The amount of moons is capped each distribution like another user said to the top .01% and then evenly distributed based on karma. The users that hit the karma cap (unknowingly) receive the maximum amount of capped moons ~8400 last distribution. I think 9 people reached it.

    I’m still learning so some information may be off, but that’s my understanding from asking alot like yourself

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  5. There is a karma cap yes! Between comments and posting many manage it, but only a small % of total redditors.

    On the snapshot csv for the latest round you can see the max karma on the right hand column

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  6. It is a big time drain to do it non-stop
    …suppose it works well in 3rd world countries and for the retired side of life but man I dont see how I can do much more than a few hundy month which is ok.

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  7. Yes there is a cap, however it is very unlikely for someone to reach it under regular circumstances, as you would have to contribute several hours a day in order to do so.

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