Blockchain ORBIS aims to build an infrastructure to adapt and optimize digital data storage in a distributed ORBIS registry.
ORBIS seeks to maximize the interaction of digital services with blockchain by developing a service-oriented REST API. ORBIS has also developed an optimized service for generating user tokens.
Orbis (ORBC) is now on CoinGecko. The crypto will also be on significant exchanges and lists in a few days.
If you want to buy ORBIS (ORBC), you will need either Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) for trading. This post looked at the major cryptocurrency exchange Binance to help you find the best places to buy cryptocurrency with a bank account or credit card.
You must also fill in your trading details by going to the “Register” tab in the upper right corner of the website’s page and clicking on it. For example, you may use your email address instead of your phone number. For the email address, you must use the one you use most often, which is the safest since you will always need to use it to sign in to your Binance account.
After your first login, you should enable two-factor authentication to make your account more secure.
Send money to your Binance crypto wallet through SWIFT or debit/credit card.
Binance formerly didn’t allow credit or debit cards but now does. Moreover, Binance teamed with Simplex to let users buy Bitcoin and Ethereum with cards. It has resulted in speedier crypto transactions, lower fees, and more flexibility.
Buy Bitcoin first, then trade it for ORBIS (ORBC).
It will accept your document after system verification and an email showing purchase confirmation—your Binance account credits with BTC or ETH.
But you can’t trade every cryptocurrency on Binance. We need to move our ORBIS (ORBC) coins to an exchange where you can change them – Huobi.
Once you’ve done things with Binance similar to what you’ve done before, you’re ready to send our Bitcoins.
Depositing BTC to Exchange
After creating an ORBIS (ORBC) trading account, you must transfer BTC from Binance to that exchange. Usually via wallet. To deposit Huobi, click “Exchange Account” under “Balances” Copy “Deposit Address” from “BTC” in Token. This portion is tricky, but it’s easier than a bank transfer. Go back to Binance using your BTC wallet address.
Then click “Fiat and Spot (Deposit & Withdrawal)” in the wallet popup. Click “Withdraw” next to BTC in the list. Paste the deposit address copied from the other exchange and pick BTC. Enter the withdrawal amount (you may click the Max button if you want to withdraw all). Next, click Submit to withdraw. To start, Binance may ask for your 2FA code and email confirmation.
Wait for the blockchain to confirm your transaction.
Now you must use the Bitcoins you sent to buy ORBIS (ORBC) from Huobi.
Click “Spot Trading” and “Exchange” to reveal the trading menu. In Huobi trade’s left column, pick “BTC” and input “ORBC” in the search bar. After moving your coin, click on it to get an ORBC/BTC price chart. Select “Market” for easy order purchase. You can enter your amount or click the percentage buttons to pick how much of your BTC deposit to spend.
Click “Buy ORBC” after confirming. You now own ORBC.