Wax (WAX) is a cryptocurrency that is used on the Atomic Hub, a decentralized platform for trading virtual items such as video game skins, art, virtual coins, cards or other collectibles. If you're interested in purchasing Wax, here's a short guide to help you get started:

Choose a Wallet: Before you can purchase Wax, you'll need a wallet to store it. You can choose from several different wallets, such as the Ledger Nano S or the Atomic Wallet, that support Wax.

Choose an Exchange: Once you have a wallet, you'll need to choose an exchange to purchase Wax from. Some popular exchanges that support Wax include Binance, Huobi Global, and Bittrex.

Register on the Exchange: Next, you'll need to create an account on the exchange of your choice. This will require you to provide personal information and verify your identity.

Fund Your Account: After you've created your account, you'll need to fund it so you can purchase Wax. Most exchanges accept payments via credit/debit card, bank transfer, or wire transfer.

Buy Wax: Once your account is funded, you can purchase Wax. Simply navigate to the trading page on the exchange, select Wax, and place your order.

Transfer Wax to Your Wallet: After your purchase is complete, you should transfer your Wax to your wallet to ensure that it is safe and secure.

**Note, if you set up a wallet and head over to the Atomic Hub, from there you can go into the menu next to your profile icon and purchase coins directly from there.  This will be a much higher rate than you may get on an exchange but a faster process and less complicated.  Please remember, ultimately you will need to interact with an exchange should you ever wish to sell your Wax tokens back into whatever local currency you have.  

By following these steps, you should be able to successfully purchase Wax and use it on the Atomic Hub. However, it's important to remember that the cryptocurrency market is highly volatile, so you should always do your own research and invest at your own risk.  Collecting NFT's on Wax is ultimately fun, and does not have to be an investment strategy.  For you it could very well be just an exciting hobby and a great way to meet artists, creators and maybe even a few new friends.  Good Luck!



Damon Warlick

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