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Mandala Exchange MXC just went down for Maintenance while SHIB AKITA and more were pumping and dumping near 150%... be aware, tomorrow could get CRAZY when Elon hits SNL stage. Be wise, many exchanges may crash... might put my other investments in USDT for the night
It IS insane, if i had that for the last bull run i would have saved thousands but they weren't even 0 fees back then unfortunately. that's why i hope they keep it around. People have a bad taste in their mouth over the exchange because it used to be a 1:1 shitty copycat of kucoin and looked super scammy, and i mean a total rip-off of it. word for word, box for box, button for button lmao. they've since rebranded from MXC to mexc and have been doing their own thing. Otherwise before their 0 trading fee stuff, i used it off and on for shitcoins for several years and have never had a problem. ill use it until their 0 fees go away, which no time has been announced, and then i guess im stuck back on coinbase as a US customer
**DELISTING NOTICE** **REN, CRPT, MXC, QSP, TONE** will all be delisted on Coinbase within the hour. Geez I need to pay more attention. Had a pretty significant bag of REN that I had been holding for a long time. Just realized that Coinbase will delist it within the hour. I sold it and took a small loss, but it's better than not being able to trade it later on.
Trading futures on MXC can be a complex and high-risk activity, and it is important to have a sound trading strategy in place before getting started. Here are some tips on trading futures on MXC: 1. Start with a small amount: If you are new to trading futures, it is a good idea to start with a small amount of money until you become more familiar with the platform and the trading process. 2. Learn technical analysis: Technical analysis involves using charts and other indicators to identify trends and patterns in the markets. It is an essential tool for futures trading, and it can help you make more informed trading decisions. 3. Use stop-loss orders: A stop-loss order is an order to sell a futures contract if the price falls to a certain level. It can help you limit your losses and manage risk in volatile markets. 4. Manage risk: Futures trading is a high-risk activity, and it is important to have a risk management strategy in place. This may involve setting stop-loss orders, diversifying your portfolio, and avoiding over-leveraging. 5. Keep an eye on the news: News and events can have a significant impact on the futures markets, and it is important to stay up-to-date on the latest developments. This may include monitoring economic indicators, geopolitical events, and other factors that can affect market sentiment. 6. Get familiar with the platform: Before you start trading, take the time to familiarize yourself with the MXC platform and its features. This can help you avoid mistakes and make more informed trading decisions. Remember that futures trading is a complex and high-risk activity, and it is important to do your own research and seek professional advice before
>MXC and Vosk? This: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r\_QIn5m11JY](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_QIn5m11JY) ​ And this: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g45fGW1mQYc&pp=ygUNTVhDIGFuZCBWb3NrPw%3D%3D](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g45fGW1mQYc&pp=ygUNTVhDIGFuZCBWb3NrPw%3D%3D)
Because they think its the new improved Eos, dont think its gonna end well. From a decrypt atricle: “EOS and Polkadot are backed by Chinese capitalists, who spread the Ethereum-killer narrative whenever they can on crypto Wechat. These capitalists, especially exchanges such as Binance, Huobi, and MXC, come with a war chest of funds to lure entrepreneurs to the Polkadot ecosystem. Both projects have attracted strong interest from Chinese retailers but somehow are far lesser-known abroad.”
A lot people has problems with withdrawing mined MXC coins...if you can cancel NEO miner pre orders, try withdraw MXC and run away...if its not too late already...latest video from someone https://youtu.be/1JD_ThyKRy0 https://matchx.io/products/m2-pro-lpwan-crypto-miner COMPANY - MatchX GmbH, GERMANY Company details: https://matchx.io/pages/imprint Miners working on the same owner's controlled Datadash app (https://www.mxc.org/datadash-app) and miners are mining MXC cryptocurrency. All is controlled by: https://www.mxc.org/imprint COMPANY - MXC Foundation LLC, Vincent and the Grenadines Beware of this MXC Foundation scam people!!!
For chainlink, Binance is beating it to that. It’s the latest news. For Kusama, I’m seeing Polkadot already up there. For crypto mining, I’m seeing the potential of MXC because of M2 Pro’s ability to mine multiple tokens including BTC and DHX, with DOT mining coming up soon.
Mining IMO has provided hope for passive income generation in this current market condition, and with the MXC's low power consumption, it will revolutionize the mining industries and increase the demand for more miners even during the next bull run. Your quest to build your bag in this bear is a solid one.
You made the right decision to go into mining with MXC, tbh, I see it as the best investment I made this year, because the system is designed for long term, you won't be push to sell so easily, as that will affect your earnings, but looking at the future, it's quite recommendable to mine and hold.
I believe you are still early on Jasmy. I'd have loved to DCA into JASMY and MXC, looking at its good fundamentals, but now that I see the latter has a mining program and the involvement of Binance on Jasmy, I think that's where I'm headed.
Proof-of-work and Proof-of-stake were once the lingoes for consensus mechanisms, but thanks to developments in the web3 realm, we now have Proof of Participation, which makes sure that the MXProtocol constantly and dependably covers the LPWAN network for the MXC foundation.
I take it pretty serious. Although i only own btc and then a bunch of altcoin miners. I am keeping the mined tokens in the respective altcoins until the next bullrun. Tokens i am mining: MXC, HNS, STC, DPR and unfortunately HNT.
I'm not super clear on this because I'm not really into NFTs, but MXC is supposed to be a place that lets you investigate nft tokens on eth. Alternately, if you can get the contact address and holder(s) associated with it you can kind of research their wallet on BubbleMaps, which is what I've done. If there's suspicious activity or everything is fresh i stay away. There are other tools available...
Not sure why everyone keeps harping on CDC being next when they have no exposure to 3AC and murdered their rates for sustainability EARLY. Worry more about Kucoin, and OKx, and Huobi, and MXC Exchange and on and on. Those are at significantly greater risk than FTX and CDC and other mid range exchanges. Voyager is tiny by comparison and isn't even remotely similar.
MXC rugged second token? check (dhx) questionable mining? check (pay 2600 usd for miner, receive 3600 usd per year in custodial wallet, reduce earning by 80% if transfering funds) buzzwords like nft, btc mining? check intransparent companies and foundations involved? check pumping out garbage hype news without substance on all channels available? check
I give credit to Helium for coming up with something unique in the space, but I do agree with this post. It's competitor MXC isn't much better either. Assuming Amazon sidewalk fails to capture this area of tech, I think HNT still has a chance if they get serious against spoofers.
There are hundred being launched on daily basis but the ability to find those with strong fundamentals and adoptable utilities is the main issues. As for me, I'm more focused on DOT and some of the hidden gems on Polkadot ecosystem including REN, MXC ALBT and UDO.
IOT and machine 2 machine payments. Data is the new oil and there will be billions of these sensors/devices coming online in the next decade. They will be exchanging data w/each other and sending to the cloud. All that data has value and that value needs to be settled somehow, and it ain't gonna be by Swift or the banks that it gets settled. Ofc it will take a highly scalable chain (or several) to meet the high demands, but it seems like a no brainer and almost no one ever talks about it. Helium, MXC, IoTex, and IOTA all come to mind
Monero, SCRT, DVPN, LBRY, HNS are true reflections of what decentralization means. Privacy.and Freedom. HBAR is the future of technology, but is highly centralized. It probably wont go up much in price but once they allow staking, the fees will be amazing. KDA, incredible potential being a PoW coin with PoS capabilities, smart contracts and such. HNT and MXC will be the major players of IoT networking in 10-20 years Sorry, 7 coins that stole my heart
How is it speculating? The Microsoft stock could just as easily be worth $10000 after 15 years. Its the loan officer speculating and taking the risk, not me. Crypto has more uses than obviously good for loans, its obviously good for ant-censorship and pro-privacy. Look at DVPN a decentralized VPN that can allow girls in Afghanistan to receive online school without retribution from the Taliban or a chinese person wanting to buy a "Xi Jingping sucks" T-shirt from America and pay for it with Bitcoin and not worry about being monitored and censored Look at Odysee. A decentralized Youtube where free speech is allowed (more than YouTube anyway) and what you view isnt being used to sell you stuff Look at MXC and Helium, building future private individual owned 5G and IoT networks that circumvent the telecommunications conglomerates.
MATIC looks solid with the news of uniswap deployment to polygon, other new project like PINK of dot finance and OGN also looks solid. Have been bullish on PINK since listing on MXC exchange and partnership with moonbeam network.
If you are a true noob then the easiest is to buy on gate.io or MXC centralized exchanges. Don't buy too much though. For not complete noobs, it's a bit complicated but the best thing to do is make an account on Demex (https://guide.dem.exchange/getting-started/creating-a-demex-account), deposit crypto ($busd is cheapest, but you can also deposit ethereum if you can stomach the gas fees) and buy $swth there.