Where Can I Buy EVR?

Where Can I Buy EVR?

With over 520 million tokens in circulation, those looking to buy/sell EVR tokens using a variety of cryptocurrency exchanges. Before proceeding to register with a cryptocurrency exchange it is important to understand the different features and verification requirements in order to save you time and also ensure you have the best user experience. EVR token is currently available on 2 exchanges globally. Find out more about each exchange below.

P2PB2B

P2PB2B cryptocurrency exchangeBased in Switzerland, P2PB2B was originally founded in 2014 and has introduced a completely new experience for crypto traders 4 years later by updating the whole platform. Today, P2PB2B supports multiple trading pairs which include EVR for you to buy and sell. They currently have over 90 cryptocurrencies listed, with more added regularly.

The P2PB2B exchange is one of the fastest growing platforms for crypto trading. It’s not surprising then that EVR is available here, and can be exchanged for both Bitcoin and Ethereum. The best thing is, fiat currency deposits of USD are available for all P2PB2B users to exchange for EVR.

IDEX

IDEX cryptocurrency exchange

Launched in 2017 by a group of cryptocurrency enthusiasts, IDEX is a Ethereum-based decentralized exchange offering real-time trading experience and is the latest exchange to offer the trading of EVR and other ERC-20 tokens. However, fiat currency deposits are not accepted. It only offers crypto-to-crypto trading, so the only way to deposit funds is by cryptocurrency transfer.

IDEX has established itself in the competitive field of decentralized exchanges. It attracts cryptocurrency traders looking to exchange tokens based on the Ethereum network include EVR which may be difficult to find on other exchanges.

Once you’ve bought EVR, it might be best not to store them on an exchange as you don’t hold the private keys. It’s much safer to keep your EVR assets in your own wallet, where you control the private keys and have full ownership over the coins.

To learn more about Everus wallet, visit https://everus.org/ or download the Everus app on the App Store and Google Play Store.

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.

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in February 2018 and has been updated in February 2019 for freshness and accuracy.

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