The Sandbox’s Native Token SAND Is Listed on MXC Exchange
The team at The Sandbox is happy to share some great news with its community! After a successful series of partnerships with a number of leading exchanges, The Sandbox has now joined forces with the leading Chinese cryptocurrency exchange, MXC. Now, users are able to buy the $SAND on Innovation Board at MXC.
$SAND is Listed on MXC: Details
After its recent listing on Tokocrypto, the $SAND token is now also listed on MXC exchange as of 10:00 (UTC+8), October 23. It is open for trading with the SAND/USDT pair.
The partnership with MXC is expected to enhance The Sandbox ecosystem with increased liquidity. In addition, this new initiative will allow The Sandbox to tap into the new market and increase its brand awareness globally.
About MXC Exchange
MXC is a global cryptocurrency exchange established back in 2018 with headquarters in Singapore. The exchange is known for its safe, transparent, and convenient crypto exchange services and is committed to building the world’s leading blockchain asset trading platform.
The MXC exchange was founded by a group of blockchain industry experts and specialists from Wall Street, Japan, and Europe. At the moment, it has 476 trading pairs and 399 cryptocurrencies listed.
Where to buy $SAND Token?
The native token of The Sandbox metaverse is crucial for the ecosystem of the project — it serves as a means of all the transactions and interactions happening on the platform. Additionally, players can buy and sell LANDS and ASSETS using $SAND tokens within The Sandbox metaverse.
With a limited supply of 3,000,000,000, the $SAND token is a hot asset, which value is growing continuously, as the demand for it increases. At the moment, investors can get their $SAND tokens by:
- Swapping ETH for $SAND token on Uniswap
- Earning $SAND via The Sandbox reward program or by participating in contests
- Receiving $SAND via Community Airdrops or by becoming The Sandbox Ambassador program
- Purchasing $SAND on a number of cryptocurrency exchanges, such as Huobi, WazirX, UPbit, crypto.com, Binance, Poloniex, WBF, Tokocrypto, and now MXC.