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Annemarie Botzki

Annemarie Botzki

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Apr 11, 2019 2:48:25 PM

Here is how the MXprotocol benefits all LPWAN users

Q&A with Jeff Stahlnecker, Growth Manager at MXC Foundation

 What is MXC (Machine eXchange Coin) and how does it benefits LoRa WAN users?

What MXC tries to do, is make it possible for people, individuals and companies to build a publicly owned wireless network for things. This is a network similar to long range networks 4G or LTE, which are long range cellular networks. What MXC is working on is making it possible for individuals to set up a network and provide it as a sharing economy to other network users, instead of a single company owning the entire network. This is similar to AirBnB or Uber, with the exception that we are actually not going to control the network. Instead, once the code is released in 2020 – it is just going to grow.

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Mar 12, 2019 12:30:51 PM

Why should I use MatchX LoRaWAN for my smart city project ?

Cities are hit by multiple challenging problems at once: ballooning populations, accelerating climate change, toxic pollution and infrastructure pushed to the limit. The issues place serious strains on the economic sustainability of human activities and the quality of life in modern urban areas.

 
Cities are likewise at the forefront of finding and proving solutions. Michael Bloomberg who served three terms as Mayor of the City of New York famously said: “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it and you can’t fix it.”
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Mar 6, 2019 3:27:53 PM

LPWAN embodies democratic & decentralized future of networks

Q&A with Xin Hu, founder & CEO of Berlin based long range wide area (LoRa WAN) network company, MatchX.

What was the problem you wanted to solve when you started MatchX?

In 2016 I was working on smart home projects, connecting to your Amazon Echo or switch on a light bulb remotely, with my previous company. I have been working on connecting smart phones with house appliances, to let people have remote control of devices, since 2010. But I realized that the technology based on Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and that the problems it can solve, are very limited.

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