Quantum investment is somewhat the easy way out to illiquidity of digital assets. It simply presents the idea of bringing liquidity to the market by creating large pools of digital assets alongside their fiat counterparts to balance the ecosystem.
Cryptocurrencies had a good start with the objectives of being able to transfer digital value on a peer to peer basis. However, as the market grew, and demand also increased, it was still insufficient for institutional investors to bring in their wholesome investment. This is largely due to the fact that cryptocurrency markets are plagued with illiquid, volatile market properties. This seems to be a huge deterrent to large institutional investors.
The crypto-asset used by this platform is a representative utility that will function as a channel to access liquidity across multiple exchanges. Being an Ethereum based token, its project is purported to carry out a smart contract based operation on the Ethereum network and would ensure the security and speed of the transactions.
To buy Quantum can be quite direct on one of the exchanges where it is being listed. More so, being listed on about 4 exchanges, the USD trade pair has more trade pair in comparison to the other pairs. You can also buy QAU using cryptocurrencies like BTC, ETH, LTC, and XRP.
Since you can buy using your credit card, what that means is that you will transfer the funds directly to the exchange and seems more like a single step transaction (in a manner of speaking), however, if what you have is BTC or any of the acceptable altcoins, then you need to ensure that you transfer it from another exchange, that’s if you don’t have active sessions or assets on the particular exchange of interest.
Once you have bought the coin, you can transfer it to a compatible ERC20 wallet. You could use either myetherwallet, metamask or any other suitable wallet.