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Four reasons why MXC is the best IoT token

Posted by Jeff Stahlnecker on Aug 24, 2018 12:47:00 PM

Yes I work at MXC, so naturally, I think it's the best. So much so that I let them call me the MXC Guy! However, there are four reasons that took me from "MXC Employee" to "the MXC Guy." I bet they will impress you too.

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Topics: MXC TV M2M Network Allocation Data Monetization

Smart Contracts, Smart Assets, and how the blockchain might just do away with lawyers

Posted by M Horst on Jul 18, 2018 8:55:00 PM

OK, that’s probably not actually going to happen. However, smart contracts, smart assets, and unique blockchain protocols like MXC are making it possible for contracts and agreements of many kinds to become self-enforcing. The time and expense saved by removing even the possibility of fighting for agreed contract rights could be the dawn of a whole new economic reality.

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Topics: Data Monetization Network Allocation M2M

Why investing in MXC is logical (opinion)

Posted by Jeff Stahlnecker on May 30, 2018 9:56:00 AM

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Remember those old Mac and Windows commercials? They depicted Mac as an easy going guy who could do what you needed without extra steps or baggage. Then came Windows. Windows was the corporate guy with red tape for just about everything.

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Topics: Data Monetization M2M

Why shouldn't we profit from our own data?

Posted by M Horst on May 15, 2018 9:17:00 PM
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Topics: Data Monetization Network Allocation

Revealing the future of IoT: the Machine Exchange Coin

Posted by Jeff Stahlnecker on May 14, 2018 6:32:01 PM

With blockchain came a lot of potential. A decentralized currency, an irrefutable ledger, and tons of companies hoping to profit from the trend of releasing the "next greatest coin since Bitcoin." Each new cryptocurrency promised easy international transactions and a high level of security. Why is the Machine Exchange Coin (MXC) different?

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Topics: Network Allocation M2M Data Monetization