MXC Supernodes Announcement Date
Sheen’s a judge, Siwon’s in Korea, MXC will tour Asia, you can join our first Digital Meetup, I’m looking forward to seeing you in Barcelona, and we’ll soon announce the MXC Supernodes! Welcome to this week’s news update.
MXC CEO Sheen Hu judged a pitch event titled “Pitch to Link China”. There were a number of contestants pitching for their chance to reach new investors in China. Sheen was excited to provide three promising projects with that opportunity.
Siwon is in Korea! Thursday last week Siwon met with crypto influencers Digital Lawrence and Crypto Tytan, getting them more involved in the MXC movement. On Friday Siwon joined the Blockfesta, an event specifically discussing blockchain integration in government projects. He had a number of very interesting conversations there. Also on Friday Siwon was able to meet with the MXC community in Seoul, providing them with an update on the project, and a glimpse of what’s coming next at MXC.
Late October MXC will begin a tour around Asia! We have meetups scheduled in Singapore, Tokyo, Taipei, and Hangzhou. You’ll find a full list of events and where to sign up to attend the events in the description below.
In November MXC will be exhibiting at the Smart City Expo World Summit in Barcelona! There you have a chance to meet one-on-one to discuss a decentralized wireless network for smart cities. Use the link in the description below to schedule your slot. Space is limited!
If you’re not able to make it to our events, feel free to join our Digital Meetup on October 22. During the webinar, I will share details on MXC, what we’ve done as well as where we’re going next. It’s also a great opportunity for you to ask us direct questions about MXC and our vision for the Future of IoT. The registration link is available in the description below.
We will announce the first MXC Supernodes on the 15th of October! Applications close on October the 10th.
This has been this week’s news update. I look forward to speaking with all of you again next week. Until then, get active, get in the community, ask us questions — because it’s only together that we can build the future of IoT.