1. MXC will be business ready in 2019
MXC has exclusive access to hardware distributed in over 40 countries. This means we're testing the MXProtocol on it, and adding the protocol to these devices will be easy. Just as easy as a simple update. What
2. MXC improves wireless connectivity
If you read our technical white paper, then you heard about the Anti-Colission Coordinator. This portion of the MXProtocol ensures that data isn't sent over the same frequency at exactly the same time. You may have heard the "radio frequencies are like train tracks" analogy. One frequency is like one track. Two signals can't travel over it at exactly the same time in the same space. Unfortunately, LPWAN technologies don't coordinate when they send data, this data then collides and is lost. The Anti-Collision Coordinator fixes this problem.
3. MXC [interchain] Data Market
Data is collected consistently, all over the world. By default, some of this data belongs to you. You collected, it's your data, period. Unfortunately, there aren't many ways the "average Joe/Jill" can monetize this data. Well, not until now. MXC makes it possible for data collected over LPWAN to be easily sold through a digital market. This is great, as it also creates one place for buyers of data to look for what they want.
4. Building a publicly owned wireless network
This is just cool. Companies currently pay providers money to access a network. What if they paid you instead? We're making that possible. All you need to do is set up an LPWAN Gateway and allow sensors to send their data over it. Now you're probably thinking "but it costs so much money!" It really doesn't. These devices run on very little power, and with IoT devices breeding faster than rabbits, you can expect sensor density in your city to increase rapidly. Check out my article on passive income with MXC if you're curious about how this can work.