Your Viberate investment will coincide with a live music application meant to connect artists and booking agents. While it's questionable whether or not this system actually needs its own token, what's interesting about it is that the company behind it already has a huge database to fuel the ICO.
When many other projects are starting from scratch and don't really have anything to show for themselves other than their hands out asking for investors funds, this is refreshing.
The asset itself is meant to facilitate payments between everyone in the music industry. Artists, promoters, bookers, and others can utilize this token to buy and sell their services. Unfortunately, there's a ton of other cryptocurrencies that could also facilitate this that have wider adoption than this token.
The music industry also works painfully slow, and it will be very difficult to get these professionals to adopt any new methods of payment, especially an obscure token.
Investors can easily buy Viberate on a wide variety of exchanges. This is both convenient and a good sign of the health of this asset. The trading volume is quite healthy, and investors can even purchase this token using a variety of trading pairs. Bitcoin is top dog as far a liquidity is concerned, but there's also some room in ETH, USDT, and BNT if you'd prefer to use any of those options.
This is an ERC20 token. Interested investors will need to use an Ethereum style wallet in order to store their investment. Before sending funds to a wallet it's important to make sure that you're using reputable options such as Meta Mask or Coinomi. There are many scammers out there looking to steal your money, and fake wallets is one of the numerous ways where this is done. This is especially common in Android applications, and some of the ones on the Play store are not legitimate. Be careful out there!