Bitcore was created as a cryptocurrency to solve problems experienced on the bitcoin blockchain especially with the added advantages of block size and improved mining requirements by Bitcore to further the adoption of mining operations while keeping a low transaction fees acceptable, and all still within a decentralized system which contributes to making it an efficient platform for basic cryptocurrency operations.
Bitcore investment which started in April 2017 has been facilitated by the strength and brilliance of Bitsend’s developers who have put in so much effort in creating a system that mimics the bitcoin protocol itself with the same amount of coin in circulation however with a little adjustment in the source code in order to improve the throughput of the resulting platform.
So far, there has been a good patronage of the asset and thanks to their airdrops which has also helped with the propagation and distribution of the coin to many individuals within the cryptocurrency community, leaning over 50 thousand wallets signed so far.
BTX is currently trading on 14 markets being listed on about 8 exchanges. The trades are paired mostly with BTC, ETH, and USDT; although, other alt currency trade pairs like DOGE, LTC, TRY are also accepted in few of the exchanges; more so, about two exchanges have activities occurring with USD and CNY.
So basically if you want to buy BTX using any of the above currencies, you are quite covered. The only downside is if you are not already registered on the exchange with the preferred choice of your trade pair means you would either have to register on a new exchange or buy the pair from another exchange.
Once you’ve purchased the BTX token, you might want to store it off the exchange for a long and safe keepsake. You have the option of choosing a mobile wallet like Coinomi or you can download the pc version of Bitcore-QT wallet. Another alternative would be to consider hardware wallets like Trezor and Ledger Nano.