I do believe it is a ginseng ficus. I just got it a few days ago, and I'm new at this.
Ginseng Ficus are readily identified by the tuberous roots.
I've been keeping it outside in the day (it's around 80 outside these days, Northeastern USA) in the shade of the porch. It is always in indirect sunlight. At night I bring it back inside (around 76 degrees Fahrenheit).
It is not necessary to move it about like that, find a good spot for it and let it stay there. You will need to bring it inside for the winter but that is still a few months away.
I have watered it once since I got it about 1/4 cup of water. I'm not sure if that's enough or too much/too little.
That is too little by the quantity but quantity should never be the issue. When you water do so copiously and then wait until it needs water again. A little water often is the wrong approach.
I also discovered there's an earth worm in its pot! I have no idea why or if that's good for the tree.
I get them if I leave my pots on the ground. I don't think they cause any direct harm but their castings tend to clog up the drainage which can be a problem.
I do not know how to add a picture to this.