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Majic Wheels Corp. (OTCPINK: MJWL) is a Delaware Corporation positioning itself as a major player in the fintech and software development space, via acquisitions and mergers of synergistic opportunities. 

Among its subsidiaries is the cryptocurrency exchange CGCX Ltd., unique within the industry for offering insured custody services. Majic Wheels is pursuing further opportunities to increase its footprint in the fintech market, but will mostly be focusing on the status and potential of CGCX.

Growing Like Majic

Growing Market The fintech/digital currency space is absolutely exploding. According to Toptal Finance, the global fintech market was worth $127.66B in 2018, with an estimated CAGR of 25% through 2022, to $309.98B. In addition, the crypto market as a whole was valued at $1.49B in 2020 and is projected to reach USD $4.94B by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 12.8% from 2021 to 2030.

Highly Scalable Tech The CGCX iChain is designed to be a complete platform for launching interoperable blockchains and offers significant transparency, security, scalability, performance, and low/no gas fees. It provides one of the largest blockchain-based operating systems and offers public blockchain support of high throughput, high scalability, and high availability for all Decentralized Applications (DApps) on the CGCX iChain ecosystem. This gives Majic Wheels a huge edge in the blockchain game. 

Cleaner and Cheaper The CGCX mining arm is focused on sustainability. Its Ether operation has a planned capacity in Q4 2021 for 500 mining rigs with 12 GPUs per rig for a total of 6,000 GPUs. Its hash rate will be approximately 402,000 MH/s for less than 1 MWh power usage. The average mining cost for hosting services, electricity, data centre management, and hosting related expenditure will be $0.07 per kWh, and the datacenter will be partly powered with renewable energy (solar), with a target for a carbon neutral footprint of more than 50%. The same approach is being used for its Bitcoin mining operation, with a focus on keeping cost and environmental impact low. 

Solid Projections CGCX earned $5.2M in 2020, $5.1M in the first six months of 2021, and it projects sustaining that growth trajectory, reaching $840.6M by 2024. We’ll break that down further in a bit.

Have Wheels, Will Travel

The entire fintech/crypto space is still relatively young, and growing like a weed. If it wasn’t evident in 2020, it should be clear now that the future of finance lies in digital exchanges, crypto mining, smart contracts, and basically all things decentralized. 

One of the biggest roadblocks preventing many from taking the crypto plunge, is the lack of perceived security. Specifically, the lack of any type of insurance. 

Thankfully, Majic Wheels is removing those roadblocks with the acquisition of CGCX, the first insured hybrid exchange on the public market. Now investors can acquire exposure in the world’s hottest markets, with higher levels of security and risk mitigation. 

So let’s talk a little bit about CGCX and why it’s going to be the catalyst that launches Majic Wheels into the stratosphere of fintech… or at least helps it get on NASDAQ.

CGCX Exchange is a unique exchange, not only because the platform is insured, but because it integrates multiple platforms into one, to deliver multiple services to its customers. It offers crypto exchange, smart contracts, an ICO platform, and merchant solutions. All in one. 

So why is CGCX so good for Majic Wheel’s bottom line? Apart from its position as an all-in-one exchange platform, it’s already bringing in revenue through its three business lines, with a solid plan to scale. 

The Exchange

Offers traders the 1st insured crypto exchange (woot, woot!), along with a plethora of other services. The exchange averages $35.49M in daily volume, taking between 0.2% and 0.25% on retail accounts. This is just one of the ways CGCX is creating revenue, but as the exchange grows, so too will its revenue. The exchange also includes its own token, which has low gas and other utility within the platform. 


The CGCX custody solution was purpose built for institutions to safeguard their digital assets with the highest level of security and compliance standards. It is built with military grade, tamper proof security hardware devices to ensure safety.  

To generate revenue from this business line, CGCX takes 0.5% of the value of the AUM which is primarily a mix of BTC, ETH and USDT, as well as other native tokens. At the time of this writing, it had $50M total AUM. 


Cheaper and cleaner. That’s the name of the game in crypto mining, and CGCX has a solid plan to ensure it stays ahead. 

The CGCX Cryptocurrency Mining operations involve mining several different cryptocurrencies at once. Phase One will focus heavily on ETH mining, relying on Ethash and Etchash algorithms. CGCX’s ETH mining operations are scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of 2021 and reach full scale by the second quarter of 2022. These efforts include a facility that runs partially on solar power, to help reduce environmental impact. 

The same level of detail is being applied to its Bitcoin mining project in Malaysia; reducing energy consumption through solar power, while also decreasing the cost to produce coin. It is a workable strategy that will provide extra revenue, while also increasing CGCX’s social clout. 


Okay, now that you know a little about the exchange itself, and why Majic Wheels is making a great move with its acquisition, let’s see just how valuable this move really could be. 

CGCX plans on generating the majority of its revenue from trading fees and mining–46% and 41%, respectively, with the rest (13%) coming from custody solutions. But how does that mix play out? According to CGCX’s projections, quite well indeed. 

Keep in mind that CGCX is already generating millions in revenue. $5.2M in all of 2020, growing to $5.1M within the first six months of 2021. CGCX predicts even more dramatic growth in the future.

Pretty impressive. We’ll see if CGCX can grow as quickly as it projects, but if we know anything about crypto, it’s that anything is possible. 

More than an exchange 

Majic Wheels is moving into a prime position as a big player in the fintech space. CGCX is absolutely a big acquisition, as it is already generating revenue in a growing industry, with all the tools to grow at its projected rate. 

But that isn’t the only reason you should consider Majic Wheels for your next investment in fintech. 

It recently announced an LOI to acquire, PCEX, an Indian exchange transforming the b2b crypto landscape. Majic Wheels has also announced an LOI to acquire Bamboo Wellness, a company aiming to bring health insurance to all. 

Majic recently signed an investment banking agreement to the tune of $50M, in order to continue pursuing opportunities that would bolster its position and help its other businesses grow. 

“As we keep growing the Company through the organic growth of our existing business lines and the acquisition of synergistic value adding candidates, our Company will be well advised by the extensive experience of Donald Capital’s team. This is another step towards our NASDAQ up listing goal. Institutional backing is essential to a successful up list and we feel this step represents another milestone in the NASDAQ direction” said David Chong, Chief Executive Officer of Majic Wheels Corp. in a recent press release. 

So be on the lookout for an upcoming up listing. Majic Wheels is an opportunity to invest in a growing force in the quickly growing fintech/crypto space, and it won’t remain on OTC for long. If you’re looking for a company that’s about to make a leap, this is one of them.


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  • Name of Issuer & Ticker Symbol - Majic Wheels Corp. (MJWL)
  • Amount & Form of Compensation - $2,000,000.00 in Restricted Common Stock
  • Who Paid for the Campaign & Position with Company if any - Majic Wheels Corp. (MJWL)
  • Period of Campaign - 10/7/2021 - 10/7/2022
What securities of the Profiled Issuers do we hold? The positions we hold of the Profiled Issuer are set forth below. We plan to sell these securities during the Campaign.
  • Name of Issuer & Ticker Symbol - Majic Wheels Corp. (MJWL)
  • Number of Shares We or our Affiliates Hold - 22,222,222
  • Price We Paid Per Share - $0
  • Date Issued - 0/7/2021

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