I need some help at the following exercise...
Let B be a typical brownian motion with μ>0 and x ε R. Xt:=x+Bt+μt, for each t>=0, a brownian motion with velocity μ that starts at x. For r ε R, Tr:=inf{s>=0:Xs=r} and φ(r):=exp(2μr). Show that Mt:=φ(Xt) for t>=0 is martingale.

To show that Mt is martingale, I have to show that:
1. Mt is adapted to the filtration {Ft}t>=0
2. For every t>=0, E(|Mt|)<oo
3. E(Mt|Fs)=Ms, for every 0<=s<=t

To find
E(|Mt|) and E(Mt|Fs) do I have to use the property E(Bt-Bs)=0?


Is the mean value E(|e-2μ(Bt-Bs)|) equal to e0=1???