Long story short is VoskCoin does not recommend or endorse Match X MXC or their M2 Pro Miner that mines MXC and naturally the same goes for their “new” NEO miner which btw these Helium hotspot style miners boast they can also mine Bitcoin and Dogecoin lol.
VoskCoin originally was sponsored to review the MatchX M2 Pro Miner, but they were FURIOUS because I tried to have some fun and make a youtubey mining with my trashcan video. It was also an easy way to mount it outside without drilling into my siding because I am moving from this house eventually anyway…
MatchX / MXC team was outraged and rugged us of our affiliate deal, earnings, and our community of the 5% discount code that Siwon had promised along with a contract we signed, which to my bull market hasty mistake has left out the discount code information. Makes you wonder if MXC was planning to scam us to begin with. Siwon has since deleted his account on Telegram, but not his messages.
VoskCoin made a second video review of the MXC MatchX M2 Pro miner, which was always planned to basically do a fun miner review and a more serious miner review. These videos have received over 600,000 views at the time of writing this post which would have led to substantial affiliate earnings.
Our vosko.in shortlink was clicked over 100,000 times, and after reading this thread some people may just be saying Vosk is butthurt he didn’t earn some affiliate referral money! Well yeah, VoskCoin does employ 7 people full-time along with several part-time support, but I am sharing this because we have a unique example into the scammy nature of MatchX and MXC which simply adds to the pile of reasons you should not trust them or any of their MXC mining rigs.
I actually moved away from MXC mining and sold the M2 Pro miner because I wanted to roll the money from selling it into new miners to review on the VoskCoin YouTube channel. I was becoming increasingly less interested in MXC mining as they started to talk about miner fuel, and bonding your MXC to get the full mining power out of your MXC M2 Pro miner, and just moving the goal posts, changing the mining dynamics… Proof of Work PoW is set and simple, it’s a beautiful thing, take Bitcoin SHA-256 mining for example, it was set over 10 years ago and no one messed with it! MatchX couldn’t leave their MXC mining alone as they played musical chairs moving the tokenomics and requirements around which is remniscent of SBF/Alameda/FTX Ponzinomics, but a mining rig version.
But as always, I’m a Doge dad, not your dad! Do whatever you want, my agenda is simply sharing the truth, which is critical as they are now taking pre-orders for their new MXC NEO miner to try to do the M2 Pro miner trick once again.
What are your thoughts on MXC or MatchX or the M2 Pro miner or the NEO miner? Drop them below!
If you have any questions or want clarification on any of my experiences mining MXC with MatchX miners, simply ask away.