What is MX Token and How to buy MX Token?

What is MX Token?
The MX token is a decentralized digital asset that serves as the native currency of the MEXC platform, built on the Ethereum blockchain. MEXC is a leading global crypto asset trading platform that offers various types of trading, including spot, ETF, leverage, and contract trading, and currently serves over 10 million users worldwide. The team behind MEXC comprises financial and technological experts who aim to optimize users’ trading experience while providing professional and secure financial products.

As the Centralized Exchange (CEX) Token of the MEXC digital platform, MX has several key characteristics that make it stand out, including high stability and safety due to a multi-tier, multi-cluster system architecture, excellent performance with a trade matching engine capable of handling up to 1.4 million units per second, and high liquidity, with over 7 million traders and MEXC Global partners contributing to the platform’s abundance of resources.

What is MEXC Global Exchange?
MEXC Global, established in 2018, is recognized for its high-performance exchange and mega transaction matching technology. The team comprises pioneers of financial and blockchain technology. Currently, MEXC Global serves over 10 million users in more than 170 countries and territories and aims to expand further. MEXC Global is a globally present and regulated exchange, complying with renowned jurisdictions.

In addition, MEXC Global provides language support for investors from various regions to ease trading. The exchange’s high-performance trading engine, capable of completing 1.4 million transactions per second, is developed by banking industry experts, resulting in groundbreaking efficiency and performance. MEXC Global places user security at the top, hosting its servers independently across multiple countries to ensure optimal data integrity and security.

MEXC has listed over 2000+ trading pairs and cryptocurrencies, including BTC, ETH, DOT, ATOM, XRP, SHIB, GLMR, FIL, AR, AAVE, SOL, CRV, and others, covering crypto assets from Layer 0 to Layer 1.

In 2019, MEXC experienced rapid growth, achieving a 5% share of the global digital asset trading market in just one year. At the Crypto Expo Dubai in 2021, MEXC Global was honored with the “Best Crypto Exchange Asia” award, adding to the team’s already impressive list of accomplishments.

Is it worth investing in MX Token?
To determine whether MX is a good investment, it’s important to examine its applications, tokenomics, program progress, and price performance.

MX Token Applications:
MX has several applications, including being used for expenses related to trading and transactions, participation in voting for listed projects, and airdrop bonuses for MEXC users and traders.

MX also provides a 20% transaction fee reduction on the MEXC platform, and it has launched many plans to improve the MX token economy and expand its usage scenarios by providing additional utilities such as on-chain lending, liquidity mining, and DEX trading, including Launchpads, Kickstarter, MX Defi, Assessment Zone Voting, MEXC M-Day, and MEXC POS.

MEXC Launchpads are fundraising programs that involve token sales on the MEXC Exchange, giving users worldwide an inexpensive opportunity to invest in carefully chosen project tokens. Participation in MEXC Launchpads is exclusive to MX token holders, with the only requirement being ownership of MX tokens.

MEXC Kickstarter is a pre-launch listing campaign on MEXC initiated by project teams, allowing users to stake tokens and vote towards a predetermined goal. Once the goal is achieved, the listing process begins, and participating users receive free token airdrops before the listing. This event is designed to identify exceptional projects while also providing MEXC users with airdrop benefits.

Assessment Zone Voting is a program that enables users to vote for their preferred projects in the MEXC assessment zone, resulting in trading fee rewards. Users can use MX tokens to vote without limits on the number of votes. Once their voted program is listed on the platform, they will receive rewards.

MEXC M-Day is a lottery-style event that enables users to purchase a newly launched token. After purchasing a ticket to the M-Day event, users can participate in token sales via the trading round and MX holding round.

MEXC MX-Defi offers users the opportunity to stake MX/Project Tokens and receive additional tokens in return.

MX Tokenomics
MX has a total supply of 450 million tokens

100 million tokens reserved for the MEXC Foundation
150 million tokens issued by MEXC Labs
100 million tokens for MEXC Strategic Alliance
100 million tokens are being burned immediately
MEXC also commits 40% of its platform profit to a quarterly buyback and burns the program to keep the circulating supply of MX at 100 million.
What is the MX token Price Performance?
As of the time of writing, the current MX live price is $1.37 per MX/USD, with the highest price being $3.70, and the past 24-hour trading volume is$ 2.32M. As a popular cryptocurrency platform token, the MX token is currently a relatively inexpensive currency. The current price still appears to have some room for growth. However, the price of the token fluctuates greatly, so please invest with caution.

How to Buy MX Token?
MX can be purchased on many popular crypto exchanges, including Bybit, Huobi, MEXC, and ZT.

If you choose to buy MX token on MEXC Exchange, please follow these steps:

You need to have a MEXC account that supports email and phone number registration
Login to your MEXC account and go to the [Trade] section.
Choose [Trade] and [Spot], search for “MX” to see the available trading pairs, and place a limit, market, or stop-limit order to purchase MX.
The purchased MX will be stored in your Spot Wallet. Then go to the [Asset] page to check your purchased tokens.

Best Practices in Negotiation – 5 Ways Car Dealers Get the Drop on You

At the end of the recent holiday weekend I hastily left a car dealership with a relative in tow. If we hadn’t bolted, she would have succumbed to that heady combination of new car smells wafting through the dealership as well as to the superior negotiation skills of the sales staff.

Car dealers have been sharpening their negotiating talons for more than a century, so they have a bag of tricks that can hypnotize almost every shopper, no matter how savvy they might be in other contexts.

Specifically, there are 5 ways dealers get the drop on customers in negotiations:

(1) Dealers know how to negotiate. They practice negotiating each and every day. This is obvious, you reply. Still, practice makes them sharper in nearly every way. They are used to putting on their game faces, cozying up to shoppers, gabbing about inessentials to create trust, and getting folks to express an urgent desire to buy, TODAY! Most folks only shop for cars each three or four years, at a minimum. Who is going to be in the groove, a person that is in a Super Bowl every day or someone that has been warming the bench each of the last 1,500 days?

(2) Dealers know what their costs are, and you don’t. This is an essential baseline in negotiations. For all of the presumed transparency ushered in by the web regarding “dealer costs,” and “dealer invoice” these figures are still inflated. Manufacturers offer secret incentives and rebates that are known only to dealers, and “civilians” simply don’t have access to them.

(3) Dealers know the market for: (1) New cars and for (2) Used cars. This gives them a big edge in negotiating to buy your old car, or declining to buy it, and in holding firm or being flexible on hot or cold new inventory.

(4) Dealers know each other. They understand that their competitors cannot and will not cut their own throats, doing anything and everything in negotiations, to make deals. So, there is tacit price fixing, within ranges. You just won’t get local dealers, especially, to break ranks. Out of state or out of town dealers might have a greater incentive to bargain at lower pricing levels.

(5) Dealers know you. Sure, officially you’re strangers–you’ve never met. But by asking you a few quick questions and by observing your body language and the car you drove in, they can surmise whom they’re negotiating with, and a lot about your urgency to acquire a new ride.

So, appreciate from the get-go that dealers will use these advantages to eke out a nifty profit while bleating that you bleeding them dry.

Do your homework before you negotiate with dealers. Be prepared to work one dealer against the next. Whatever you do, don’t feel sorry for them. It’s just another way they get the drop on you in negotiations!

Healing My Self-Hatred – The Journey To Being More Present And Alive

I’m in the thick of healing at the moment, presenting as adrenal fatigue but I’m working through the layers as to how I got to this state. It’s not all about being in an earthquake zone.

I’m also doing Rose Rosetree’s 30 day empath empowerment plan and I’m on day 4 and today I had a huge realisation. The exercise was about closing your eyes for a minute and just being aware where your consciousness is and bringing it back to being about yourself. Noticing yourself.

Well I’m aware of myself but usually in relation to other people or places or things or what I was feeling that usually was in overflow.

When I left my consciousness on myself SO much self hatred came to the surface. I sat with it and let it be there and not try to make it go away or avoid it by doing something or shifting my focus outside of myself.

What came to light then was that the feelings I have about myself were very much based on being a person in this world, a world which is all about image and beauty and here I was: scarred and flawed and damaged goods.

When I was 18 months old I was in hospital for nappy rash and it had turned into ulcers. I was probably lactose intolerant but in 1962 they probably didn’t know about those things. I was in quarantine because they didn’t know what it was.

When I was 8 I was hospitalised so they could cut skin off and have the affected areas not appear so burnt looking, well of course then it left a scar which I think looked worse than before. The trauma of being in hospital in the 60s and the way they treated kids in those days was long lingering. Not a lot of support.

I was then hospitalised at 10 to do a patch up job where a lump had formed.

You can imagine my childhood feeling scarred and feeling like nobody would like me. As if there was something wrong with me. Kids can be cruel when someone looks different. Not that it was obvious but I had already identified with being different really early on. I remember a girl in my class having a cleft palette and saw how cruelly she was treated, I felt I was lucky that I could hide my scars. But it was always something I was scared of people finding out.

I worked out so easily how to hide my upper legs but I was always having to encounter situations that made me turn myself into a pretzel. Like swimming at school and having to wear rompers at PE.

I recall being in kindergarten and wetting my pants on the mat everyday because I was too scared to line up and go to the open doored toilets. I must have already worked out at age 4 that something was wrong with me.

Of course as an adult I have no issues doing swimming and you can barely see the scars but all that damage and avoidance and beliefs about myself had already been cemented, especially through my teen years.

My best friend did modelling and I wanted to as well. Or I wanted to act. But that wasn’t going to be for me.

Bottom line core belief that I think has gotten in the way of healing myself in my current situation and affected my self esteem and so many areas of my life is “Whats the point of doing anything to my body/making my body better/ being well/ being in a body when I’m just damaged and I can never have the choices that everyone else has anyway.”

I had many hiding places so my consciousness could avoid myself. Many excuses, like oh that’s the past, my legs aren’t important now, but that teen is very much alive inside me and still using her old coping mechanisms.

I never made peace because I never wanted to go to the self hatred, I blamed, ate, disassociated, settled for less, got sick, got depressed, anxious, fearful, spiritualised, fantasised, intellectualised and minimised how important having a body was.

I think you have some sort of survival mode that you go into when you get close to your self hatred, afterall it feels like you may as well die because you are so not worth being here.

I think a lot of people feel the self hatred but act it out in various ways as to not feel it fully and move through it.

The idea is to move through it, not stay in it. That happens organically by just feeling the feelings. I could never turn around that the worlds standards are wrong instead of thinking I was wrong and knowing I wasn’t going to be able to fit in.