The sophistication of interactive networks can be more than just a complex infrastructure, but also an attempt to provide a secure protocol for which assets of different origins can be interchanged or exchanged on the same platform with the sole purpose of creating a multiple states of use and value for digital assets that exists both in the real world and on the digital sense.
BTM is that connection; a decentralized system designed to communicate between physical assets of different types and origin on its network. The sophistication is accounted for by the types of currencies being traded on its network. Comprising of securities, dividends, intelligence information and even forecasts which have value to different sectors of the economy.
Bytom investment which started in 2017 has been showing steady and favorable price index. The exceptional singular trait of this platform is its interoperability and ability to host multiple blockchain products on its network.
You can buy BTM coin from any of the 9 exchange markets listed official on their website where the cryptocurrency is being traded; although about 7 other exchanges exist which are not listed on the website where the coin can also be purchased, making a total of about 16 in all where the Bytom cryptocurrency is traded with either BTC, ETH, USDT, or CNY with a cumulative of 28 open trade markets between those pairs. Once you have bought the BTM coin, you could decide to leave it on the exchange, though risky, but convenient to do so if you want it as a tradable currency. Being an ERC-20 token, only ERC20 compatible wallets can store the currency or you can use any of the hardware wallets such as Ledger Nano or Trezor to store your coin. It is advisable to copy out the details of your wallet credentials, or preferably have a paper wallet and try as much as possible not to leave a trace of the data on your PC to prevent your wallet and the contents from being compromised.