Renowned Blockchain Developer Joins MXC

The MXC Foundation recently hired Luke Schoen, a renowned blockchain developer who formerly worked on Polkadot at Parity

MXC’s latest hire reviewed the Ethereum white paper with Stephan Tual in August, 2014. His experience brought him to experiment on various blockchain projects, including DEXs, and his most recent experience at Parity demonstrated his ability to develop intuitive parachain wallets with a dynamic user interface. Luke Schoen has years of experience working on blockchain projects, and now he’s now focusing on a project with the potential to change the world. 

“Now that I have the groundwork covered, I want to make an impact,” said Luke Schoen, Senior Blockchain Developer at MXC. “MXC is giving the power back to the people, making the world fairer for everyone, and giving blockchain a real chance.”

Schoen’s interest in technology began as a child, watching his father work with CAD software. His technical journey started as a 3D designer for video games. From this he continued learning various programming languages, before starting his work with blockchain and working as an Ethereum DApp developer. 

Schoen will start his work at MXC by bolstering the AXS Wallet and M2M Wallet, preparing them for mainstream global deployment. While working with this, he wants to bring more developers into the MXC Community to get them excited, and contributing to MXC’s open source development of the MXProtocol. 

“MXC has already achieved a number of impressive milestones,” said Schoen. “There are opportunities to expand the number of developers building on MXC’s open source protocol. The idea is to build different channels for them to participate in.”

The MXC Foundation is a purpose-built blockchain foundation, based in Berlin. Its mission is to inspire fast, efficient, decentralized data exchanges using LPWAN and blockchain technology. MXC is currently working on smart city data projects in New York City, South Korea, and Shanghai.