MXC, The Next Step Towards Becoming Leading IoT Token

The MXC Foundation, has taken a massive step towards becoming IoT investors token of choice. As many will already know, the M2 Pro Miner has already become the world’s most popular, and highest selling IoT Miner on the planet. After experiencing rave reviews and an extraordinary sales figure of over 20,000 orders within the first 2 months of operation in China, the MXC Foundation is branching out, announcing today that the M2 Pro Miner has officially received Korean Certification (KC) allowing for sales throughout the South Korean peninsula.

South Korea is the second largest token market for MXC, and, an important market for the Machine Xchange Coin (MXC), this news will surely be welcome by both MXC supporters and Crypto miners alike.

The M2 Pro Miner gained its notoriety due to it being an easy to operate, low cost miner that has already demonstrated extremely high net returns for miners in China. The now government certified Korean M2 Pro is expected to be available for sale immediately after production, with first orders being shipped in August, 2020. A pre-sales list has already been filling rapidly, with miner sales peaking at around 1 x M2 Pro Miner sale every 90 seconds there is expected to be a significant demand throughout Korea.

The M2 Pro Pre-List is now open, if you would like to join the next generation of IoT Crypto Miners, visit:

The MXC Foundation began operations in March, 2018 in Berlin, Germany. The MXC Foundation is a purpose built IoT Foundation with the mission to inspire fast, efficient, decentralized data exchanges using LPWAN, Blockchain and Token technology. The MXC Foundation is pairing “MXC” – the pioneer IoT cryptocurrency – with advanced LPWAN technology, developing the next, vital step in the fourth industrial revolution, enabling secure, vastly scalable, lightning fast transactions. Learn more at: www.mxc.org

For further information, media requests or comment, please MXC can be contacted directly at hello@mxc.org or via the www.mxc.org website.