How to buy Auxilium
There are several exchanges where you can buy Auxilium
Buying on an exchange
Auxilium (AUX) cryptocurrency can be bought on multiple exchanges which are online marketplaces where buyers and sellers of coins and tokens come together to trade. As with most cryptocurrencies, AUX is traded against Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH).
Note: exchanges provide a third party service and highly vary in degrees of safety, security, privacy, and control over your funds and (personal) information. We advise you to store your Auxilium on a desktop wallet. This is more secure and will give you monthly interest adding up to 8% per year.
If you’ve never bought cryptocurrency before, there are several steps you’ll need to take before you can buy Auxilium coins (AUX).
A brief overview is as follows:
1) you’ll need to buy Bitcoin or Ethereum with your fiat currency,
2) send the Bitcoin or Ethereum to your exchange wallet, and
3) trade your Bitcoin or Ethereum for Auxilium.
Setting up accounts
Platforms such as CoinBase usually require that you verify your identity by providing them with copies of your driver’s license, passport, etc, but once that’s done, you’re free to buy and sell Bitcoin and Ethereum at will.
Once you have accounts with with both, you’ll need to buy either Bitcoin or Ethereum on Coinbase (or similar). Done that? Congratulations, you’re now a cryptocurrency investor.
The next step is: Send your Bitcoin or Ethereum from your Coinbase (or similar) account, to your Mercatox account and then buy Auxilium (AUX) with the Bitcoin or Ethereum.
Buying Auxilium (AUX)
Next you need to copy your Bitcoin or Ethereum deposit address from the cryptocurrency exchange.
Then, from within your Coinbase (or similar) account, ‘withdraw’ your Bitcoin or Ethereum to the address you obtained from your cryptocurrency exchange (deposit) account, specify the amount you wish to withdraw and execute the transaction.
Once you’ve received your Bitcoin or Ethereum into your exchange wallet address, you’re ready to buy Auxilium (AUX) coins.
If you initially bought Bitcoin, go to the AUX/BTC market, or if you bought Ethereum, go to the AUX/ETH market. The page is split into two, buying and selling. Buy however many AUX you wish to buy and then, welcome to the community!
Lastly, if you’re not planning to trade regularly, we’d suggest you send your Auxilium (AUX) coins to your own personal wallet, installed on your own computer, so that you’re able to receive the monthy interest (AID) on your holdings.