Trust is what makes CryptoCribs work.

Every community has standards, and ours is no different. We’ve created standards and expectations for our crypto community to help keep it safe, and to help everyone on CryptoCribs travel and host with confidence.

We make it easy to get to know hosts

Start by creating your listing. It’s like a profile page for your place.

Identification Profile and Reviews Messaging

Guests and hosts can scan a government ID and connect other online profiles to their CryptoCribs account.

Get to know your guest or host through detailed profiles and verified reviews.

Use our messaging system to learn more about a host or ask a guest about their trip.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

I'm a host. What are some safety tips I can follow?

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Being a host comes with certain responsibilities. Here are some resources to help support you along the way.

Interact smartly

As per our terms and conditions, CryptoCribs is just a platform that enables you to communicate and interact with other people around the world. We cannot be responsible for the interactions that you have with other CryptoCribs members, so please use good judgment and keep safety in mind when you use our Services.

Read profiles and reviews of your potential guests, and look for verified phone numbers, password, connected social networks, and references. If potential guests don’t have any profile verifications, you can ask them to complete some.

Trust your intuition: If you don’t feel right about a reservation, don’t accept it!

Fill out your House Rules, Home Safety Card, and House Manual

Completing your house rules and house manual helps guests know what to expect. Include anything you’d like people to know before they book—for example, whether (or where) smoking is allowed, whether certain areas are off-limits, your Wi-Fi password, or if guests should take off their shoes before coming inside.

If a guest encounters an urgent or emergency situation, it's important they know who to call, what, and where to go.

If a disaster affects your area and you’d like to help, you can list your space for free.

Make sure you're insured

You may want to talk to your insurance provider about adding an extra layer of protection with your own renter’s or homeowner’s insurance.

Set requirements for your listing

You may want to require guests to complete certain verifications before they book, such as Verified ID.

Adding a security deposit to your listing can also help protect you in the event of an accident, like spilled wine on a rug. Remeber, CryptoCribs is not a party to between you and any other member, person or organization. You are solely responsible for your interactions with other members of our Services.

Read CryptoCribs’s Responsible Hosting page

We encourage hosts to think carefully about their responsibilities. Hosting offers rich experiences, but it requires commitment.

I’m a guest. What are some safety tips I can follow?

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Here are some tips to help you travel with confidence.

Read carefully

Look at the profiles and reviews of potential hosts before you book, and check for verified phone numbers, connected social networks, and references. If you'd like to see more, you can always ask them to complete profile verifications before booking with them, or look for hosts who already have a strong reputation on CryptoCribs.

It's also a good idea to read everything the host has posted about their listing in the description, the amenities, and the house rules so there wont be any surprises. Make sure you understand the host's cancellation policy before submitting a reservation request, too.

We suggest to pay directly upon arrival

CryptoCribs is just a platform that enables you to communicate and interact with other people around the world. We do not process payments. If you enter into an accommodation agreement with a Host, we recommend to pay directly upon arrival at the property. Hosts may ask you for a deposit in advance. In general, we do not recommend to pay any advanced deposits, especially if the host doesn't have any reviews. Use great caution and remember, that unlike other platforms, CryptoCribs is not a payment intermediary, merely a communication platform.

Set clear expectations

After learning more about your host’s CryptoCribs history, start a conversation with them about your plans and what you can expect. Your host will likely know all the great (and not so great) spots. Trust your intuition: if you don’t feel right about a reservation, don’t book it! If a message makes you feel uncomfortable or you need help during your reservation, let us know.

Prepare for the unexpected

Research the neighborhood where you’ll be staying, familiarize yourself with major roads and landmarks, and have a plan for where you’d go in an emergency. If you’re covering long distances in your travels, make sure to tell your friends and family where you’ll be.

For any trip, think about signing up for traveler's insurance. CryptoCribs doesn't offer travelers insurance for guests, but traveler's insurance is a relatively affordable option that can protect you in case of an injury or emergency on a trip. Some policies even cover lost baggage and travel delays. Check with your local insurance provider for details on your options.

Before booking international travel or traveling internationally, also be sure to consult the relevant agencies in your government (for example the State Department for US citizens) for any travel warnings or travel advisories that may apply to countries or regions included in your travel plans.

What are profile verifications and how do I get them?

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Profile verifications are a way to connect your CryptoCribs profile to other information about you, such as your Facebook profile, phone number, email address, or government-issued ID.

To add verifications to your account:

  1. Go to Profile on
  2. Click Trust and Verification
  3. Under Add More Verifications choose a verification to add

If you want to add passport verification, send us an email with a copy of your passport to with your name followed by "PASSPORT VERIFICATION" in the subject line.