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What are the benefits of setting up a CRO Validator on AWS EC2?

I was just going through [crypto.com](https://crypto.com) based on a lot of recent activity related to the website. I came across a part where we can set up validators on AWS EC2 instances and earn CRO from them.

I wanted to know is there any profit in doing this (if there is someone who is already a validator, some numbers might help)? Can you actually make a profit while doing this and if you can, why aren’t most people doing it (I can only see about 170 something validators)



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  1. The top 100 CRO validators make a commission of the reward pool. Edit: they range in commissions from 0% to literally 100%. The crypto.com official ones take 10%, but community based ones like u/chamsters are 0% and only eventually 3% max.

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