Within two weeks MXC hit the hardcap. Days after the token was released, Huobi Global listed it on their top ten exchange at no cost. The following month Bibox followed suit. The rest of our story is equally as impressive.
This is only the beginning.
MXC will soon be offering the MXC wallet to ensure your MXC has an extra level of security over storing your token in an exchange. Nevertheless, you are solely responsible for all of your MXC token storage.
There are a number of ways you can protect your MXC token purchases. Hardware wallets are an excellent way of decreasing the chances of 3rd party infringements, however each way is an individual choice. All wallets have a unique access key known as a “seed”, this seed is made up of a variety of numbers and letters. It is always up to you to securely store your funds, passwords and access to any of your wallets. We recommend for you to not store your passwords on your computer.