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How to Buy ECOMI (OMI)

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ECOMI states that its aim is to “create the world’s best platform to purchase, protect and collect premium
licensed digital collectibles”.  ECOMI hopes to achieve this through a two-pronged approach.

  1. Build a digital marketplace for buy/selling/displaying of digital assets such as NFTs – this is known as VeVe.
  2. Develop a hardware wallet to safely store digital assets – this is known as Secure Wallet.

While safe-storage solutions are a necessity when dealing with digital assets, it is VeVe that is particularly interesting.  This digital asset marketplace looks to not only facilitate the buying/selling of NFTs, it incorporates social media, allowing for asset owners to interact with like-minded individuals and discuss all things NFT.

For users of the platform, ECOMI has deployed a token of its own known as ‘OMI’.  These tokens function as the native currency of VeVe, and are used for any transaction taking place on the platform.

Beyond being used for buying/selling, ECOMI notes that OMI tokens can be used for staking, and can ‘open access to premium features’.  These may include,

  • Early access to NFT series’
  • Limited edition collectibles
  • Bonus OMI tokens

In addition to being a multi-platform endeavour (Desktop, Mobile, VR, AR), ECOMI provides various fun tools to keep investors coming back.  These include,

  • Scene Creator (allows for users to create personalized AR scenes populated with their digital holdings)
  • Showroom (allows for users to proudly display their holdings to the world)
  • Gamification (reward based interactions with collectibles)

To learn more visit our Investing in Ecomi guide.

We list the top 3 exchanges that offer the ability to buy ECOMI (OMI) cryptocurrency with a credit card, debit card, or Bitcoin (BTC).

Gate.io

Established in 2013, Gate.io has grown in to a reputable trading platform.  While it is not the most popular exchange, it provides users with an easy to use interface for beginners while maintaining robust and advanced charts for various skill levels – including technical traders. The exchange boasts a large number of altcoins including Ecomi (OMI), and is often the first exchange to add new tokens. Notably, Gate.io maintains a strong stance against any type of market manipulation.

This exchange currently accepts Australia & UK residents.

USA & Canada residents are prohibited.

Read our Gate.io Review or visit Gate.io

OKEx

OKEx is a popular choice for many traders.  It is particularly popular among those looking to trade in a wide variety of altcoins and memecoins – including ECOMI (OMI). OKEx is known to cater to Asian-based traders with support for currencies like the Chinese Yuan. High volumes are found on this exchange which enables high liquidity.

We have very little experience with OKEx, and only list it due to the current lack of exchanges offering access to this cryptocurrency.  Currently, we recommend gate.io instead.

Read our OKEx Review or visit OKEx.

AscendEX

AscendEX (formerly BitMax) is a lesser known global digital assets exchange founded in 2018 by a group of Wall Street quantitative trading veterans.  Building on core value of “Efficiency, Resilience and Transparency”, this exchange features easy to use software and user interface.  With that being said, while we are not overly familiar with this exchange, it remains one of the only options to purchase ECOMI (OMI).

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