Primas investment is of Asian origin and prides itself as an open ecosystem digital information marketplace. Three important highlights of this project include how blockchain is used for the content registry, how the platform organizes the collation or distribution of created works by publishers and assigning specific identity tags to them.
The content marketplace is one thriving niche that has been built over time and is highly dependent on the internet community to host their creative work. The economy of this market space is evaluated to be worth tens of billions of dollars.
But the conundrum begins when there’s too much information out there, and there’s not a single way to control this vast array of information, well control in the sense of maintaining their quality and accessibility. These problems evolve into credibility issues, plagiarism and content piracy, poor quality of these information groups, and manipulation by centralized entities and many more.How to buy?
Primas is listed on about 5 exchanges with a cumulative average of about $4.3 million 24-hour trading (calculated from a week’s range to the point of this article). These exchanges are fairly popular in the cryptocurrency community and offer to trade of PST to BTC, ETH, and USDT. Any new trader or investor should be able to find their way around these exchanges with a couple of search engine help.
To buy Primas using a credit card is a two-step process involving the purchase of any of the aforementioned cryptocurrencies first then creating an account on those exchanges and sending the required amount based on exchange rates and the desired number of tokens to be purchased, factoring transaction fees too. Once on the exchange, you have the option of filling an order or simply setting your desired price. Once you have purchased the crypto, you can decide to store in any of the following: Myetherwallet, Mist, metamask or hardware wallets like Ledger hardware and Trezor wallets.