- 69 Kickstarter Events and 10 Launchpad Events in June
- 79 Free Airdrops for MX Holders!
- 100+ USDT worth of airdrops in 15 days!
MX Launchpad and Kickstarter Performance in June
June might be a slow month for the crypto market. However, MEXC events are on fire! In half a month of June, we successfully conducted 69 Kickstarter events. This includes GPTG, which saw a 1,400% and HGPT with 1,200% growth after the initial listing!
How to Make Profits in MX Ecosystem During a Slow Market
The easiest way to make a profit during a slow crypto market is from MX Ecosystem. By holding a minimum amount of 1000 MX tokens, you are eligible to participate in our events for free airdrops. With 1000 MX tokens, you can earn more than 100 USDT in 15 days based on statistics. Imagine if you have 10,000 MX instead. How much passive income would that make you?
Furthermore, all airdrops come at their initial price. Meaning, their value will continue to grow as you hold them. Here is a table of some amazing token performances in June:
|Token||Initial Price (USD)||All-Time-High (USD)||Growth Value|
Most importantly, everyone can participate! There are no locking tokens, no burning tokens, and no complicated sign-ups. Just buy MX tokens, hold them and you are ready! Click on the quick commit button and prepare for free airdrops!
How to buy MX Token (MX)
You can buy MX Token (MX) on MEXC by following the steps:
- Log in to your MEXC account and click [Trade]. Click on [Spot].
- Search “MX” using the search bar to see the available trading pairs. Take MX/USDT as an example.
- Scroll down and go to the [Spot] box. Enter the amount of MX you want to buy. You can choose from opening a Limit order, a Market order, or a Stop-limit order. Take Market order as an example. Click [Buy MX] to confirm your order. You will find the purchased MX in your Spot Wallet.
You can find a detailed guide on how to buy MX tokens here.
What is a Slow Crypto Market?
A slow market refers to a market condition characterized by a lack of significant price movements or overall trading activity. In a slow market, there is typically low volatility, minimal trading volume, and a subdued level of market participants’ interest and engagement. Furthermore, prices tend to move within a narrow range. We will witness a general sense of stagnation or limited opportunities for quick gains.
A slow market can be influenced by various factors, such as economic conditions, investor sentiment, geopolitical events, or seasonal trends. It is important to note that a slow market does not necessarily imply a negative or bearish market but rather a period of relative calm or consolidation.
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