All the things that could possibly make blockchain friendly – decentralized privacy, high-end encryption protocol, efficient mining tools, financial and economic overlay; all that remains is for the cheery on top – facilitated mainstream adoption; and DigitalNote would be a decentralized asset in its own world, but wait, it is in its own world.
DigitalNote investment has been around the ‘block’ for a while now and has been steady with its development throughput, although not without some ups and downs. The project which started in mid-Q2 2014, has become fairly stable after several mods and name changing.
The project was embarked on to provide for a robust privacy-centric network and has been touted in some circles to be a huge competitor to Monero. The main feature of the platform is to provide anonymity to its users and with that within a highly secure network protocol.
It would seem that there is more to this product than just a speculative investment vehicle.How to buy?
DigitalNote is tradeable on very few exchanges, while on their official website only two exchanges are listed as accepting trades with BTC, ETH and USDT other sources show that it is being traded on about two other exchanges.
The accessibility of the coin on these few exchanges might be a little bit of a problem, especially when you consider that many people like to stick with exchanges that are popular and would want to have a variety on the table should there be a need for liquidity comparison.
But when you do decide to buy XDN, you may want to consider using BTC as it has more liquidity than ETH and USDT across the exchanges.
As for storage, the platform has its own wallet - of two types actually – the console and the GUI wallet service which can be downloaded to your PC running either Windows, Linux OS or your Mac system.