There are several ways to buy VeChain or Thor Power. The easyiest way is to buy Ethereum or Bitcoin first on a exchange and transfer it to another exchange where you can trade it directly with another crypto pair like Ethereum. If you already have some Ethereum or Bitcoin as a trading pair, you can buy it easily on Binance.com.
In order to receive a X node, lockup 6000+ VEN in a trackable ethereum wallet before March 20th (UTC+8). This is a once in a life time opportunity. After the deadline it is no longer possible to get a X Node.
Here is the full step by step guide on how to lock your X node: https://goo.gl/1wdU43
There are many ways to store your Crypto but the savest is a cold storage like Ledger Nano. If you dont have one it is also possible and save to store it on MyEtherWallet.com. It is recommend dont let your crypto on an online exchange for a longer period. If your Crypto is online, it is still possible you get hacked.
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