How to buy EVR

How to buy EVR

Purchasing cryptocurrencies is an easy procedure, depending on what part of the world you live in, but getting hold of smaller coins or tokens can prove to be a challenge. It can be daunting to learn how it works, especially if you’re a newcomer to the world of cryptocurrency investment. If you’re not sure how you can get hold of some EVR, here’s an easy step-by-step guide to help you find your way.

1. Get some bitcoin

This is the first crucial step in your journey. At this moment, EVR cannot be purchased directly using fiat currencies as there are no EVR-fiat pairings available on any exchange. Depending on where you live, there may be an exchange where you can buy bitcoin (BTC) with fiat currency but if there isn’t, you may have to resort to using a peer-to-per (P2P) exchange such as Localbitcoins.com or Remitano.

Be sure to only buy an amount you’re comfortable investing in. If you’re unsure how the platform works, buy the smallest amount possible first to familiarize yourself. Once you’re comfortable, buy the exact amount that you want.

2. Transfer bitcoin to an exchange

There are currently three exchanges that offer an EVR/BTC pairing – Cryptopia, C-CEX and Kuna. Create an account on the exchange of your choice and deposit bitcoin into the wallet on that account. If you have bitcoin cash (BCH), you can obtain EVR at LocalBitcoinCash.org.

As with all cryptocurrency transactions, transfer the smallest amount of bitcoin possible first if you’re unsure about the procedure. Once this amount is reflected in your account, proceed to transfer a little more, and so on until you’re completely comfortable with the process.

3. Place a buy order

It may take some time to get used to your new surroundings. If you’re a seasoned crypto trader/investor, you’ll be able to get used to any of the exchanges in no time once you’ve figured out the layout.

For newcomers, it’s highly advisable to buy the smallest amount possible first to get used to layout and functionality of the exchange that you’re using. Once you’re comfortable with how things work, set a buy order for the amount of EVR that you would like to purchase at a price that you’re happy with.

4. Trade EVR or keep it securely

You can now choose what you want to do with your newly bought EVR. If you want to dabble in trading, it’s best to keep it on the exchange where you’ll have easy access to it. However, if you want to keep it safely in cold storage, you’ll have to get a hardware wallet or set up a secure software wallet.

If you want to keep it on hand to easily send and receive EVR to and from others, it’s best to store your EVR in the Everus wallet. It can be accessed via desktop or mobile, and the user friendly interface means that any transactions will be a breeze. You will also be able to track price changes, view charts and trends, save your favourite contacts and enjoy a host of other features.

Click here to sign up for your free Everus wallet!

Click here to download the Everus mobile app!

Disclaimer: This article does not intend to provide, and should not be taken as financial or investment advice. You should conduct your own research thoroughly, and are responsible for any investment decisions you make.

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