Things couldn’t be going better at MWC, just two days after its airdrop claim period ended. Exactly 90% of the 6.0 million earmarked for the airdrop was claimed – leaving 600,000 to be either burnt, added to the MWC HODL program (scheduled to launch in the second quarter), or re-airdropped. Moreover, the price has already recaptured its pre-airdrop level; whilst hash rate has surged to an all-time high, and Trace Mayer is loudly trumpeting the merit of “the MimbleWimble coins.”
With the airdrop over, MWC will ramp up its marketing efforts and accelerate development, per the roadmap released last month. This, as the crypto community imminently realizes MimbleWimble is the most revolutionary crypto technology yet – and understanding that when comparing the “MimbleWimbleTrinity” coins, Grin and Beam PALE in comparison to MWC’s scarcity, HODL program, and loyal BTC base.
However, MWC still must fight the stigma of being an altcoin – even if it’s a FREE airdrop to BTC holders, that gets even better when the FREE HODL program launches. To that end, I barely even consider MWC an altcoin - but instead, a superior blockchain technology platform; that ultimately, Bitcoin must address - and potentially, incorporate.
That said, the biggest issue in the altcoin market – for the handful of QUALITY coins with viable, defensible use cases – is that essentially all were launched at the beginning, or amidst, vicious crypto bear markets…including ALL cryptodividends.
In other words, MWC not only has a zero cost basis for nearly all holders; and is up significantly since inception; but was launched at what is likely the END of the Bitcoin/crypto bear market. In other words, it’s one of the few coins with essentially no losers – launching at a time when likely, halving-fueled Bitcoin will provide support to the entire sector.
Thus, MWC may not only be one of the best assets in the crypto space, but one in which essentially NO ONE loses money…a powerful “positive stigma” that likely, will draw constituents of all aspects of the crypto space; including, very likely, holders of Grin and Beam, which have NOT been kind to investors – and won’t get any kinder, given their enormous inflation, and miniscule stock-to-flow ratios.
The MWC airdrop registration ended July 19th; MainNet launched November 11th; and airdrop claims ended January 2nd, with 5.4 of the 6.0 million coins earmarked for the airdrop claimed. Details of the “MWC HODL” rewards program will be announced in 1Q2020, for implementation in 2Q20. Currently, MWC trades at HotBit.io. For more information, please check out the MWC website, Discord room, Twitter feed, and Telegram Forum.
Join us on MimbleWimbleCoin Telegram, too!