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aXpire is excited to introduce its MatchBX product to the blockchain community.
Coming in late Q2, MatchBX will allow blockchain-empowered freelance work, with individuals able to engage with each other or businesses to earn cryptocurrency (AXP) as a full time job. There has never been a better time to learn about cryptocurrency and look to engage in the aXpire community full time. MatchBX also offers a “preferred partnership” group of companies that have been hand picked and verified to serve as the best providers of a particular online service. For example, our latest addition, Kotoba, provides high quality website and white paper translation services, and users will be able to access this group at a special rate through MatchBX.
In the background of this product we will run a different kind of spend analysis, demand prediction, which will drive additional preferred partners to our site. Think of it like surge demand on Uber, except without the associated price increases – we simply point partners towards early indicators of demand and the need for supply to fill any gaps.
Not only with there not be traditional fees on the MatchBX platform, but also the minimal 1% fee charged per transaction will take the form of burned AXP, incentivizing early adoption.
MatchBX is the latest addition to aXpire’s product suite, which includes Resolvr, a spend management tool. Both products are powered by aXpire’s native token, AXP.
Advisors on the project include Roger Ver of Bitcoin.com, Shingo Lavine of Ethos and Gina Papush of QBE.
To earn free AXP for signing up to the waiting list, go to www.matchbx.io.
To find out more about aXpire, visit www.axpire.io
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