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Deposits and Withdrawals

Deposits 


You can deposit any supported currency/asset into CoinList to fund your account. Once your funds are in your CoinList wallet, you will be able to immediately transfer them to CoinList Pro. There are no transaction fees when moving funds from your CoinList wallet to your CoinList Pro wallet. 


USD Deposits 

  • Log into your CoinList account 
  • Visit https://coinlist.co/wallet_redirect/usd
  • Click “Deposit” 
  • If you would like to send in an ACH, please select “Bank Transfer” and connect your bank account  
  • If you would like to send in a wire, please select “Wire” and use our wire instructions 
  • Once your USD is in your account, visit https://coinlist.co/wallet_redirect/usd and click “Send to Advanced Trading”
  • Input the amount you’d like to send to CoinList Pro
  • Click “Go to CoinList Pro”
  • Your USD will be sitting in your CoinList Pro account 

Crypto Deposits 

  • Log into your CoinList account 
  • Visit https://coinlist.co/wallets
  • Go to the wallet for the asset you’d like to deposit 
  • Click “Deposit” 
  • Copy and paste or Scan the QR code to obtain your CoinList wallet address 
  • Initiate your transfer 
  • Once your crypto is in your account, visit your wallet and click “Send to Advanced Trading”
  • Input the amount you’d like to send to CoinList Pro
  • Click “Go to CoinList Pro”
  • Your crypto will be sitting in your CoinList Pro account 


Withdrawals 


You can withdraw any supported currency/asset out of CoinList to a wallet of your choice. There are no transaction fees when moving funds from your CoinList Pro wallet to your CoinList wallet. 


  • Visit https://pro.coinlist.co/settings/transfers
  • Select the amount you’d like to withdraw and withdraw that amount to your CoinList wallet 
  • Visit the corresponding wallet on https://coinlist.co/
  • Click “withdraw” and follow the instructions to execute the transaction 
  • For USD, you will be able to send an outbound ACH transfer or Wire transfer 
  • For crypto, you will be able to send an outbound transfer to a wallet of your choosing 


FAQ on Deposits & Withdrawals 


Can I deposit dollars, euro, yen, or other currencies into my account?

  • CoinList Pro currently accepts US dollars (USD). We do not currently support other fiat currencies.

Is there a fee to deposit funds in my account?

  • No, CoinList Pro does not charge a deposit fee. 

Where can I see a history of my deposit activity?

  • To view your transaction history, click on the dropdown menu in the upper right of the platform, select Account Settings, and then choose History.


Information on MINA Staking

1. What is MINA staking?

MINA is the native utility token for the Mina blockchain. Instead of using miners and a Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus mechanism to verify transactions and maintain the integrity of the Mina blockchain, Mina uses a Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism. This means that network participants are able to stake a certain amount of MINA for the right to honestly verify transactions on Mina and receive rewards for doing so. Additionally, MINA owners are able to lock their tokens and vote for these network participants, known as validators. MINA holders that lock and vote their tokens receive additional MINA as a reward for voting for honest and active validators on the network. CoinList manages the locking and voting for users who deposit MINA into their CoinList wallet so they can passively receive additional MINA. 


2. How do I earn MINA staking rewards on CoinList?

When you deposit or purchase MINA on CoinList, you may be eligible to receive staking rewards by keeping MINA in your CoinList Wallet. Once you deposit MINA into your CoinList Wallet, you are automatically opted into staking rewards. There is no action on your end required to participate. Please note that MINA held on CoinList Pro do not earn staking rewards.


3. How much are MINA staking rewards?

The MINA network currently has an estimated 16% in rewards for users that have MINA deposited into their CoinList wallets. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change. The estimated reward takes into account CoinList's fee along with the percentage of tokens deposited that remain unstaked for liquidity purposes.


4. What fees are charged for this staking service?

A 15% fee will be taken from your earned staking rewards. Your staked principal will not be affected by the fee.


5. Do I have to buy my MINA on CoinList to earn staking rewards?

No. Users who have procured their MINA from other means or trading venues are able to deposit their MINA into their CoinList Wallet and automatically be enrolled in the staking rewards program.


6. Who is eligible to earn MINA staking rewards on CoinList?

Anyone who is able to open up a wallet on CoinList and deposit MINA into their account is eligible for MINA staking rewards on CoinList. CoinList Wallets are not available in all jurisdictions, please visit this page to see our list of approved jurisdictions. Not available for citizens and residents of the US and Canada. 


7. What are MINA staking rewards paid out in?

MINA staking rewards on CoinList are paid out in MINA. This means you will accrue additional MINA by keeping your MINA in your CoinList wallet. 


8. When will I receive my MINA staking rewards?

Once per month, CoinList will distribute rewards to users pro-rata of their average holdings over the month. We will notify you via email once your rewards have been distributed into your CoinList wallet. 


9. Will my staking rewards be automatically re-staked? Are MINA rewards compounding? 

Yes, your MINA staking rewards are automatically re-staked and earning additional rewards unless you withdraw or trade them. MINA rewards are compounding daily, but are only distributed once per month. 


10. Who is the MINA staking provider for CoinList?

Currently, MINA tokens held in CoinList Wallets are delegated to Figment, a professional staking service.

 

11. Can I choose who my MINA tokens are delegated to?

CoinList does not include the functionality to choose to whom your tokens are delegated (i.e. they are automatically delegated to Figment). In order to choose who your tokens are delegated to, you will need to transfer your MINA tokens to a wallet that you control yourself.


12. How do I opt-out of MINA staking rewards?

You will automatically receive staking rewards by holding MINA in your CoinList Wallet. If you would like to opt-out of MINA staking rewards, go to the Staking page > Select MINA > Select “…” for more options > Toggle “Auto stake assets” off. Please note that if you opt out of staking, your earned staking rewards will be distributed at the end of the month along with the regular staking reward distributions. You will not receive your earned staking rewards early.


For Mina Token Sale participants only: 


13. Have I been earning block rewards since the sale date?

Yes. The MINA tokens you purchased have been earning staking rewards since the sale. These accrued rewards will be paid into your CoinList Wallets on May 31 when your tokens unlock.

 

14. How do I earn “Supercharged Rewards”?

“Supercharged Rewards” are automatically enabled for the MINA tokens you purchased on CoinList. You do not need to take any action to activate these rewards. The staking rewards you will be paid on May 31 (and each month thereafter for the first 15 months after mainnet launch) include Supercharged Rewards. More information about Supercharged Rewards can be found here.


What is KYC/AML?

In order to invest through CoinList, you need to pass identity verification and KYC/AML (Know Your Customer/Anti-Money Laundering) checks. These checks apply equally to U.S. and non-U.S. residents. In general, you will need to provide name, address, a selfie, and government-issued ID image. 


You can learn more about KYC/AML here.

Is there a contact email?

All questions can be sent submitted through our help portal


How was the final price per token for the $RLY token sale and distribution determined?

The final price of $0.60 per token was determined by taking $RLY’s 20-day trailing average from March 11, 2021 to March 30, 2021 and applying a 30% markdown to that. The 20-day trailing average is $0.86. After applying the 30% markdown the final price came out to $0.60. The March 11 starting date was chosen as that was one day before Rally’s CoinList Distribution Community Treasury Snapshot Proposal was published. Price data was pulled from CoinMarketCap and the calculations can be found in this spreadsheet.


How long do ether transactions take?

CoinList waits for 30 confirmations to consider an ETH or ERC-20 transaction final. Although typically this should only take about ~5 minutes,this can take anywhere from five minutes to four hours. You can see the number of confirmations in your CoinList wallet.

What is a private banking account?

A “private banking” account is an account (or any combination of accounts) that requires a minimum aggregate deposit of $1,000,000, is established for one or more individuals and is assigned to or administered or managed by, in whole or in part, an officer, employee or agent of a financial institution acting as a liaison between the financial institution and the direct or beneficial owner of the account.  

Topics

Pro Trading

Deposits and Withdrawals

Deposits 


You can deposit any supported currency/asset into CoinList to fund your account. Once your funds are in your CoinList wallet, you will be able to immediately transfer them to CoinList Pro. There are no transaction fees when moving funds from your CoinList wallet to your CoinList Pro wallet. 


USD Deposits 

  • Log into your CoinList account 
  • Visit https://coinlist.co/wallet_redirect/usd
  • Click “Deposit” 
  • If you would like to send in an ACH, please select “Bank Transfer” and connect your bank account  
  • If you would like to send in a wire, please select “Wire” and use our wire instructions 
  • Once your USD is in your account, visit https://coinlist.co/wallet_redirect/usd and click “Send to Advanced Trading”
  • Input the amount you’d like to send to CoinList Pro
  • Click “Go to CoinList Pro”
  • Your USD will be sitting in your CoinList Pro account 

Crypto Deposits 

  • Log into your CoinList account 
  • Visit https://coinlist.co/wallets
  • Go to the wallet for the asset you’d like to deposit 
  • Click “Deposit” 
  • Copy and paste or Scan the QR code to obtain your CoinList wallet address 
  • Initiate your transfer 
  • Once your crypto is in your account, visit your wallet and click “Send to Advanced Trading”
  • Input the amount you’d like to send to CoinList Pro
  • Click “Go to CoinList Pro”
  • Your crypto will be sitting in your CoinList Pro account 


Withdrawals 


You can withdraw any supported currency/asset out of CoinList to a wallet of your choice. There are no transaction fees when moving funds from your CoinList Pro wallet to your CoinList wallet. 


  • Visit https://pro.coinlist.co/settings/transfers
  • Select the amount you’d like to withdraw and withdraw that amount to your CoinList wallet 
  • Visit the corresponding wallet on https://coinlist.co/
  • Click “withdraw” and follow the instructions to execute the transaction 
  • For USD, you will be able to send an outbound ACH transfer or Wire transfer 
  • For crypto, you will be able to send an outbound transfer to a wallet of your choosing 


FAQ on Deposits & Withdrawals 


Can I deposit dollars, euro, yen, or other currencies into my account?

  • CoinList Pro currently accepts US dollars (USD). We do not currently support other fiat currencies.

Is there a fee to deposit funds in my account?

  • No, CoinList Pro does not charge a deposit fee. 

Where can I see a history of my deposit activity?

  • To view your transaction history, click on the dropdown menu in the upper right of the platform, select Account Settings, and then choose History.


Account Management

Enabling and Disabling One-Click Trading


CoinList Pro allows you to choose between submitting orders with a single-click or receiving a notification containing your order details which must be affirmed in order to submit the order into the market.


To manage your order notification settings, click on the dropdown menu in the upper right of the platform, select Account Settings, choose My Preferences, and then enable or disable notifications by using the control next to “Display confirmation dialog before placing trades.”


Note: disabling order notifications will result in orders being submitted immediately into the market upon placement. Please exercise caution when utilizing one-click trading.


Manage Order Status Updates


CoinList Pro allows you to control the amount of order status update messages that you receive.


To manage your order status updates, click on the dropdown menu in the upper right of the platform, select Account Settings, choose My Preferences, and then enable or disable notifications by using the control next to “Display notifications for order status updates.”



Getting Started

Create an account 

  • Visit https://coinlist.co/register
  • Enter in your first name, last name, and email 
  • Create your password
  • Your password is required to have a minimum of 10 characters
  • Verify your email 


Open up your wallet 

For individuals, we require:

  • Name
  • Country + state of residence 
  • Address
  • Date of birth 
  • SSN (USA only)
  • Phone number 
  • Selfie 
  • Photo of government-issued ID 
  • Occupation 

For companies, we require:

  • Name of entity 
  • Country + state of residence of the entity 
  • Company type 
  • Tax ID number (US only)
  • Incorporation date 
  • Incorporation location 
  • Company address
  • Information on major shareholders (any individual or entity that owns 25%+)
  • Documentation attesting to major shareholder ownership 
  • Information on the signatory for the company 
  • Selfie of the signatory 
  • Photo of government-issued ID for the signatory 
  • Signatory’s occupation 

Once you’ve provided that information, the last step is to set up 2FA for your account. We recommend using common 2FA applications like Google Authenticator, Duo, or using an Yubikey. 



API

Creating an API Key


In order to access CoinList Pro’s API, you will need to generate an API key and secret. API keys represent read, write, and/or fund transfer entitlements on a specific CoinList entity's trading account.


To get your unique API key, click on the dropdown menu in the upper right of the CoinList Pro platform, select API, and then click Create New Key.


Accessing API Documentation


Here is the direct link to CoinList Pro’s API documentation.


To access CoinList Pro's API documentation from the trading platform, click on the dropdown menu in the upper right of the platform, select API, and then click API Documentation.


Placing Orders

Market orders refer to trades that are purchasing a given asset at the current market price (i.e. spot price) for the asset. You can place a market order by following these instructions: 


  • Choose the trading pair - click on the trading pair you want to use to trade 
  • Choose the order type - click on the order type you would like to use
  • Enter the trade size - define either the amount of crypto or the US dollar notional value to determine the size of the trade
  • Specify your order price - if using a price order, such as a limit or stop, enter the price at which you want to place the order. If using a market order, no price needs to be entered.
  • Choose to buy or sell - click on the buy or sell button to submit the order

Canceling Orders

CoinList Pro’s order book supports canceling working orders when in trade mode.


You can cancel individual working orders or cancel all working orders quickly in CoinList Pro’s order module. To cancel individual orders, simply click the trash can icon next to the order you wish to cancel.


Order Type

Trades can be submitted with different conditions known as order types. These order types allow traders to specify criteria related to how and at what price a trade may be placed.


CoinList Pro supports several order types, including:


Market


  • Description - market orders execute at the next available price in the market. No price is specified with the order, and the order is filled at the current market price
  • Use case - traders use market orders to enter or exit a trade quickly when execution certainty is a higher priority than price execution
  • Traders should be cautious when using market orders in thinly traded markets where the bid-ask spread may be wide and liquidity may represent an issue for price slippage, causing orders to get filled for a higher price if they are buying, or a lower price if they are selling

A market order is the most straightforward type of order. It executes immediately against the best price available. As long as there are willing buyers and sellers, market orders are filled.


A market sell will match the best available bids on the order book, and a market buy will match against the best available asks on the order book.

Market orders are often used when you need to prioritize speed over price, for example, when taking advantage of a fast-moving bull run. You'll use this order when you need your trade to execute immediately at the current best price available.


Limit


  • Description - limit orders are used to specify a price limit at which the order must be executed. Limit orders to buy are placed below the market and limit orders to sell are placed above the market. Since the limit order must be filled at the designated price or better, traders use limits to define the worst price at which the order will be executed, prioritizing price execution over execution certainty
  • Use case - traders use limit orders to enter positions, setting orders at points that act as profit targets, as well as to exit positions. Limits can be placed in advance once a position has been entered, and the order will automatically execute once the price conditions have been met
  • Since a limit order must be executed at the specified price or better, the market may touch the limit price several times with the trader not receiving a fill, depending on where the trader’s order is in order book queue
  • The market must trade completely through a limit order’s price in order for a trader to earn a complete fill and partial fills can occur if only part of the order is executed
  • A limit order remains in the order book until the order is either executed, canceled, or expires

A limit order allows you to specify a price and amount you would like to buy or sell at.


Example: If the current market price is 8000 and you want to buy lower than that at 7900, then you would place a limit buy order at 7900. If the market reaches 7900 and a seller’s ask matches with your bid, your limit order will be executed at 7900.


Stop Market


  • Description - stop market orders execute at the next available price once the designated trigger price crosses the stop price. Stop orders to buy are placed above the market and stop orders to sell are placed below the market. 
  • Use case - traders typically use stop orders in an attempt to limit losses if the market moves against a market position or to protect profits on an open position, but the order type can also be used to initiate a new position. Once the stop price is touched, the stop order is said to have been "elected," will be treated as a market order, and will be filled at the best possible price
  • Stop orders do not guarantee execution at the stop order price, and price slippage may occur in certain market conditions. Unlike limit orders, stops are not required to be executed at the designated price or better

CoinList Pro supports two kinds of triggerable orders: stops and take profits. These are orders that aren't added to the order book until some price threshold is reached.


Stop Market / Limit


A stop market or stop limit order is an instruction to add a market or limit order to the book once the trigger price has crossed the stop price. By default, the stop price indicates the mark price at which to trigger the stop, but stops may also be configured to trigger on last trade price or underlying index price rather than mark price.


Stop orders rest in the matching engine until the trigger price goes 'outside' the stop price:

  • buy - the stop triggers when the trigger price is greater than or equal to the stop price
  • sell - the stop triggers when the trigger price is less than or equal to the stop price

Upon triggering, the stop order is converted to a regular market or limit order. This order becomes available for execution in the first auction following the one which triggered the stop. The order will incur the standard fees, as any order inserted at the time of the trigger would.


While it is untriggered, a stop order is invisible to other traders, and is not included in the book. Once it is triggered it becomes visible (as it is now a normal market or limit order).


Note that the time priority of the order is based on the time at which it was triggered, rather than the time at which the stop was last updated.


Trailing Stop


A stop market order may be specified with either a fixed or percentage trail value, which causes the stop price to be pegged to no more than a fixed offset away from the order's trigger price (which is a mark price, index price, or last trade price, depending on the order's specified trigger type).


When the trigger price moves away from the current stop price, the stop price is moved as well, thus the stop price trails the trigger price. (Note however that when the trigger price moves towards the current stop price, the stop price doesn't change, otherwise the order would never trigger.)


For example, on a stop market sell order, setting a $-100 trail value will have the effect of setting the stop price $100 below the trigger price. If the trigger price is $1000 at the time the order is entered, the stop price will be $900. If the trigger price moves up to $1050, the stop price will be updated to $950. If the trigger price then moves down to $990, the stop price will stay at $950, and if the trigger price keeps moving all the way down to $950, the order will be triggered, and will convert to a normal market sell.


In other words, the stop price of a stop sell order will move up along with the market, but is kept constant as the price falls towards the stop (and vice-versa for a stop buy order).


Take Profit Market


  • Description - take profit, or market-if-touched, orders execute at the next available price once the designated trigger price (by default, the mark price) crosses the stop price
  • Use case - traders typically use take profit orders to exit positions once a price level has been reached although the order type can be used to initiate a position as well. Since the order executes at market once the market trades at the order price, execution certainty is prioritized over price execution
  • Take profit orders do not guarantee execution at the order price, and price slippage may occur in certain market conditions. Unlike limit orders, take profits are not required to be executed at the designated price or better
  • A take profit order will not be executed if the trigger price fails to touch the take profit specified price

A take market or take limit order is the same as a stop market or limit order, but with the trigger directions reversed. That is:

  • buy - the take profit order triggers when the trigger price is less than or equal to the stop price
  • sell - the take profit order triggers when the trigger price is greater than or equal to the stop price

Post-Only Order 


The post-only order is a limit order that ensures the order will be added to the book and not match with a pre-existing order. If your order matches with a pre-existing order, your post-only limit order will be rejected.


The Post-Only Order ensures that you will receive the maker rebate, and not pay a taker fee. It prevents placing a limit buy order that matches against the sell side of the order book (and vice versa, for sell orders), which would normally result in taker fees.



Price Protection

In order to prevent prevent large slippage on the exchange, CoinList Pro employs price protections on its market and limit orders.


Price Protection of Market Orders


This is the maximum (buy market) and minimum (sell market) price that can be executed via a market order. If a market order has remaining unfilled quantity, it will effectively become a resting limit order at the maximum/minimum price.


  • Market buy limit protection price = best ask * (1.05)
  • Market sell limit protection price = best bid * (0.95)

Price Protection of Limit Orders


This is the maximum buy limit and minimum sell limit price that can be submitted via a limit order. There is no minimum limit on a buy limit price or maximum limit on a sell limit price.


  • Buy Limit Price Maximum: Reference Price *(1.05)
  • Sell Limit Price Minimum: Reference Price *(0.95)
  • Buy limit orders more than the Buy Limit Price Maximum and sell limit orders less than the Sell Limit Price Minimum will be rejected

If an order is a Stop Limit Order, the Reference Price is the Stop Price, otherwise it is chosen in the following order:


1. Last Trade Price

  • if the last auction did not have a fill, go to 2

2. Best bid if it is higher than, or best ask if it is lower than, the previous midpoint quote.


Maker and Taker Definitions

In theory, a Maker is an order that adds liquidity to the order book and a Taker is an order that removes liquidity.


In practice, there are some edge cases on CoinList Pro that one should be aware of.


1. A market order is a taker unless:

  • It remains unfilled (due to price protection) and sits on the orderbook for longer than one auction

2. A limit order is a maker unless:

  • It crosses in the current auction AND it crosses at a price that is through the previous auction price 
  • Through the previous auction price means a buy that is higher than the previous auction or a sell that is lower than the previous auction price
  • It crosses in the current auction AND it crosses at a price that is equal to the previous auction price AND it is on the side (buy or sell) without any unfilled orders

Supported Assets + Trading Pairs

Currently, CoinList Pro accepts BTC, ETH, ALGO, OXT, and USD on the exchange. Supported trading pairs include: 


  • BTC/USD
  • ETH/USD
  • ETH/BTC
  • ALGO/USD
  • OXT/USD
  • CELO/USD
  • CELO/BTC
  • CELO/ETH

If you attempt to deposit anything but these coins to your CoinList wallet on the exchange, you will not receive it. CoinList is not responsible for any lost funds.


We plan to support additional cryptocurrencies in the future. If there are specific coins that you would like to be supported on CoinList Pro, please visit our Help Center and let us know. 



Viewing Orders

Viewing Actively Working Orders


All orders that are actively working in your account can be viewed in the orders module. This will include orders for all pairs you are trading as the default, which can be filtered to the currently selected asset to focus exclusively on one trading pair.


Viewing Historical Order Activity


CoinList Pro’s “Orders” module shows your order history, including orders that have been filled, canceled, and rejected.


Viewing Filled Orders


CoinList Pro’s orders module shows your filled orders in two different places: Fills shows you exclusively filled order activity and Order History shows fills along with other order activity.



Trading from the Order Book

CoinList Pro’s order book can be used to place trades and manage orders directly on the order book, allowing you to take trading action while you view market depth.


Order book trading includes:

  • Placing market orders
  • Placing price orders (limit, stop, take profit)
  • Quick order size presets
  • Position size
  • Modifying the price of working orders
  • Canceling individual orders
  • Closing a position at market


Modifying Working Orders

To modify the price or asset quantity of a working order, click on the edit icon next to the order you wish to modify, make the necessary modifications, and click Modify.


Closing a Position

Open positions can be quickly closed and all working orders for a contract can be canceled when using CoinList Pro’s order book in trade mode.


To close an entire position and cancel all working orders for a particular contract, click on the manage dropdown and select Close Positions.


Note: This feature uses a single market order to close the position, which could impact the price at which the position is closed depending on market conditions and liquidity when the order is placed.


Closing Positions Quickly


Open positions can be quickly closed and all working orders for a contract can be canceled directly from CoinList Pro’s positions module.


To close an entire position and cancel all working orders for a particular contract, click on the X next to the contract position you wish to close and select Close Positions.


Note: This feature uses a single market order to close the position, which could impact the price at which the position is closed depending on market conditions and liquidity when the order is placed.


Enabling and Disabling Order Confirmations

Order confirmations can be turned on and off in order to facilitate the trading experience that you want.


If the order confirmation is enabled, a window will be displayed after clicking the buy or sell button on Order Entry, which will show order information and either require the confirmation of the buy or sell action to actually submit the order or choosing to halt the order from being submitted by clicking Cancel or closing out of the order confirmation window.


If the order confirmation is disabled, one-click trading is activated and clicking the buy or sell button will submit your order without any additional pre-trade confirmation.


To enable or disable the order confirmation, click on Settings in Order Entry and either check to enable or uncheck to disable.


Display Preferences

Adjusting the Displayed Price Levels


The depth of the order book prices can be adjusted to increase or decrease the increments between price levels that are displayed.


To adjust the displayed price levels, click on the controls (- and +) in the lower right of the Order Book.


Managing the Displayed Columns


CoinList Pro’s orders module can be configured to view the information that is most important to you about your account orders.


To adjust the displayed columns, click on the settings button, select Manage Columns, choose the order data you would like to be displayed, and click Done.


Resetting the Default Column Display


CoinList Pro’s orders module can be easily reset to the default display if you have made changes that you would like to undo.


To reset the displayed columns, click on the settings button and select Reset Widget.


Entering Order Size

Your order size can be entered in two ways when using Order Entry to place an order:


  • Quantity of base asset - choose the amount of the asset you want to trade
  • US dollar value - specify the US dollar amount as the trade size

When choosing either order size option, you will be able to reference the other value, which will automatically populate once you enter the desired contract quantity or notional value, before placing the order.  


To select the desired order size method, click the dropdown menu in the quantity/notional value field.


Quickly Entering Maximum Order Size


Maximum order sizes can be rapidly determined with one-click in Order Entry, allowing you to quickly go “all-in” if a trading opportunity is presented.



To quickly size your order with the maximum buying or selling power in your account, simply click the max buy or max sell buttons, and the quantity or notional value will automatically populate with the largest order size possible for your account.


Chart Preferences

Changing Chart Timeframes


CoinList Pro’s chart supports multiple timeframes, allowing you to easily view market data across different periods of time.


To change timeframes, click the periodicity dropdown and select the desired period.


The following timeframes are currently supported:


  • Minute - 1, 5, 15, and 30 minutes
  • Hourly - 1 and 4 hours
  • Daily - 1 day
  • Weekly - 1 week


Changing Chart Styles


CoinList Pro’s chart supports multiple charting styles, allowing you to visualize market data just the way you want.


To change the chart style, click the candle icon between the periodicity dropdown and the compare dropdown and select the desired style.


The following chart styles are currently supported:


  • Bar
  • Baseline delta
  • Candle
  • Hollow candles 
  • Heiken Ashi
  • Area
  • Line


Comparing Two Symbols on the Same Chart


CoinList Pro’s chart allows you to add a second product to a chart in order to conduct comparison analysis and explore the price relationship between two assets.


To add a second symbol to the chart, click on compare in the lower right of the chart area and select the desired asset that you wish to add for comparison.


Rewards

Information on MINA Staking

1. What is MINA staking?

MINA is the native utility token for the Mina blockchain. Instead of using miners and a Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus mechanism to verify transactions and maintain the integrity of the Mina blockchain, Mina uses a Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism. This means that network participants are able to stake a certain amount of MINA for the right to honestly verify transactions on Mina and receive rewards for doing so. Additionally, MINA owners are able to lock their tokens and vote for these network participants, known as validators. MINA holders that lock and vote their tokens receive additional MINA as a reward for voting for honest and active validators on the network. CoinList manages the locking and voting for users who deposit MINA into their CoinList wallet so they can passively receive additional MINA. 


2. How do I earn MINA staking rewards on CoinList?

When you deposit or purchase MINA on CoinList, you may be eligible to receive staking rewards by keeping MINA in your CoinList Wallet. Once you deposit MINA into your CoinList Wallet, you are automatically opted into staking rewards. There is no action on your end required to participate. Please note that MINA held on CoinList Pro do not earn staking rewards.


3. How much are MINA staking rewards?

The MINA network currently has an estimated 16% in rewards for users that have MINA deposited into their CoinList wallets. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change. The estimated reward takes into account CoinList's fee along with the percentage of tokens deposited that remain unstaked for liquidity purposes.


4. What fees are charged for this staking service?

A 15% fee will be taken from your earned staking rewards. Your staked principal will not be affected by the fee.


5. Do I have to buy my MINA on CoinList to earn staking rewards?

No. Users who have procured their MINA from other means or trading venues are able to deposit their MINA into their CoinList Wallet and automatically be enrolled in the staking rewards program.


6. Who is eligible to earn MINA staking rewards on CoinList?

Anyone who is able to open up a wallet on CoinList and deposit MINA into their account is eligible for MINA staking rewards on CoinList. CoinList Wallets are not available in all jurisdictions, please visit this page to see our list of approved jurisdictions. Not available for citizens and residents of the US and Canada. 


7. What are MINA staking rewards paid out in?

MINA staking rewards on CoinList are paid out in MINA. This means you will accrue additional MINA by keeping your MINA in your CoinList wallet. 


8. When will I receive my MINA staking rewards?

Once per month, CoinList will distribute rewards to users pro-rata of their average holdings over the month. We will notify you via email once your rewards have been distributed into your CoinList wallet. 


9. Will my staking rewards be automatically re-staked? Are MINA rewards compounding? 

Yes, your MINA staking rewards are automatically re-staked and earning additional rewards unless you withdraw or trade them. MINA rewards are compounding daily, but are only distributed once per month. 


10. Who is the MINA staking provider for CoinList?

Currently, MINA tokens held in CoinList Wallets are delegated to Figment, a professional staking service.

 

11. Can I choose who my MINA tokens are delegated to?

CoinList does not include the functionality to choose to whom your tokens are delegated (i.e. they are automatically delegated to Figment). In order to choose who your tokens are delegated to, you will need to transfer your MINA tokens to a wallet that you control yourself.


12. How do I opt-out of MINA staking rewards?

You will automatically receive staking rewards by holding MINA in your CoinList Wallet. If you would like to opt-out of MINA staking rewards, go to the Staking page > Select MINA > Select “…” for more options > Toggle “Auto stake assets” off. Please note that if you opt out of staking, your earned staking rewards will be distributed at the end of the month along with the regular staking reward distributions. You will not receive your earned staking rewards early.


For Mina Token Sale participants only: 


13. Have I been earning block rewards since the sale date?

Yes. The MINA tokens you purchased have been earning staking rewards since the sale. These accrued rewards will be paid into your CoinList Wallets on May 31 when your tokens unlock.

 

14. How do I earn “Supercharged Rewards”?

“Supercharged Rewards” are automatically enabled for the MINA tokens you purchased on CoinList. You do not need to take any action to activate these rewards. The staking rewards you will be paid on May 31 (and each month thereafter for the first 15 months after mainnet launch) include Supercharged Rewards. More information about Supercharged Rewards can be found here.


Information on FLOW Staking

Staking FLOW


CoinList supports staking through CoinList wallets. CoinList partners with Bison Trails to provide staking services to users. If you deposit FLOW into your CoinList wallet, you will automatically be enrolled in FLOW staking. CoinList will charge an 8% commission on staking rewards.


CoinList runs three different node types on Flow to maximize staking rewards for our users once the reward coefficient begins to adjust staking rewards for different node types. 


FLOW staking reward rates


The Flow network currently has the following estimated annual staking reward rates:


Weeks 1-5: 18.4% per year

After week 5: 4.6% per year


If you participated in the FLOW token sale, you will accrue staking rewards on your FLOW while your FLOW is locked-up per the terms of the sale and/or auction. 


  • Staking started on December 16, 2020. 
  • The rates shown above are all annualized and do take into account the 8% CoinList commission. 
  • The first staking rewards distribution will include all FLOW staking rewards earned through January 26, 2021 (net of fees). 
  • Subsequent staking rewards will be distributed on a monthly basis. 

Please note, FLOW withdrawals (including withdrawals of staking rewards) and deposits will be enabled when FLOW wallets and trading are live. 

How to opt-out of FLOW staking rewards

You will automatically receive staking rewards by holding FLOW in your CoinList Wallet. If you would like to opt-out of FLOW staking rewards, go to the Staking page > Select FLOW > Select “…” for more options > Toggle “Auto stake assets” off.

Information on Celo Staking

What is CELO staking? 

CELO is the native utility token for the Celo blockchain. Instead of using miners and a Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus mechanism to verify transactions and maintain the integrity of the Celo blockchain, Celo uses a Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism. This means that network participants are able to stake a certain amount of CELO for the right to honestly verify transactions on Celo and receive rewards for doing so. Additionally, CELO owners are able to lock their tokens and vote for these network participants, known as validators. CELO holders that lock and vote their tokens receive additional CELO as a reward for voting for honest and active validators on the network. CoinList manages the locking and voting for users who deposit CELO into their CoinList wallet so they can passively receive additional CELO. 


When will I receive my CELO staking rewards?

Once per month, CoinList will distribute rewards to users pro-rata of their average holdings over the month. We will notify you via email once your rewards have been distributed into your CoinList wallet. 


Will my staking rewards be automatically re-staked? Are CELO rewards compounding? 

Yes, your Celo staking rewards are automatically re-staked and earning additional rewards unless you withdraw or trade them. Celo rewards are compounding daily, but are only distributed once per month. 


How do I earn staking rewards on CoinList?

When you deposit or purchase a supported Proof-of-Stake (PoS) asset on CoinList, you may be eligible to receive staking rewards by having that asset in your CoinList wallet. 


Once you deposit an eligible asset into your CoinList wallet, you are automatically opted into staking rewards. There is no action on your end required to participate, but you may opt-out of staking rewards on CoinList at any time. 


How much are CELO staking rewards?

The Celo network currently offers up to a 3.88% annual rate of return for users that are locking and voting their CELO. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change. The estimated rewards takes into account CoinList's fee along with the percentage of tokens deposited that remain unstaked for liquidity purposes.


Do I have to buy my CELO on CoinList to earn staking rewards?

No. Users who have procured their CELO from other means or trading venues are able to deposit their CELO into their CoinList wallet and start passively receiving staking rewards. 


Who is eligible to earn CELO staking rewards on CoinList?

Anyone who is able to open up a wallet on CoinList and deposits CELO into their account is eligible for CELO staking rewards on CoinList. CoinList wallets are not available in all jurisdictions, please visit this page to see our list of approved jurisdictions. 


When will I be able to withdraw my CELO staking rewards?

Once your CELO staking rewards are distributed into your CoinList wallet, you will be able to withdraw and/or trade your CELO. Typically withdrawals will be instant. 

 

However, please note that if you hold a large amount of CELO on CoinList, we may require an additional 3 days to withdraw your funds in order to unlocking CELO from the Celo network. Unlocking requires 3 days, a timeframe set by the Celo network. 

 

If you wish to ensure instant withdrawals for your Celo at all times, please opt-out of Celo staking.


What are CELO staking rewards paid out in?

CELO staking rewards on CoinList are paid out in CELO. This means you will passively accrue additional CELO by keeping your CELO in your CoinList wallet. 


How to opt-out of CELO staking rewards

You will automatically receive staking rewards by holding CELO in your CoinList Wallet. If you would like to opt-out of CELO staking rewards, go to the Staking page > Select CELO > Select “…” for more options > Toggle “Auto stake assets” off.

Casper (CSPR) Staking on CoinList

1. What is Casper (CSPR) staking?

Casper is a layer-one blockchain built for application development and scalability. It aims to support enterprise applications without compromising cost, decentralization, or security. Casper uses a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus protocol called Highway to secure the network and verify transactions. Casper rewards network participants for helping secure the blockchain through staking. CoinList will facilitate staking for users, for which CoinList takes a 15% fee from staking rewards. Please note this fee is assessed only on the rewards earned and not your principal tokens. CoinList users that stake their CSPR receive rewards for their contributions. 


2. How much are CSPR staking rewards?

The Casper network currently offers up to an 8% annual rate of return for users that have CSPR deposited into their CoinList wallets. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change. The estimated reward takes into account CoinList's fee along with the percentage of tokens deposited that remain unstaked for liquidity purposes.


3. How do I earn CSPR staking rewards on CoinList?

To earn staking rewards, you must first deposit (or purchase) CSPR into your CoinList wallet. Subsequently you must lock CSPR tokens for staking. Locking can be done at any time and you will begin to earn rewards at the start of the next staking period. The staking period lasts 1 month. If you do not unlock your tokens by the end of the staking period, your CSPR, your initial CSPR deposit and CSPR rewards will be re-staked automatically for the next rewards period. 


4. When will I receive my CSPR staking rewards?

Your funds and rewards will remain locked in your CSPR staking account until you withdraw them. 


5. Will my staking rewards be re-staked automatically? Do CSPR rewards compound? 

Yes, CSPR staking rewards are re-staked automatically and will continue to earn rewards until you unlock them. CSPR rewards compound daily, but are only distributed monthly. You are only able to trade or withdraw unlocked CSPR. 


6. Do I have to buy my CSPR on CoinList to earn staking rewards?

No. You may deposit CSPR into your CoinList Wallet and lock your CSPR to earn staking rewards. 


7. When will I be able to withdraw my CSPR staking rewards?

You can only withdraw or trade unlocked CSPR. Any CSPR that is being staked cannot be withdrawn or traded. You must initiate an unlock prior to the end of the staking rewards period. At the end of the reward period, unlocked CSPR will then be distributed to your CSPR wallet where you can trade or withdraw. 


8. Who is eligible to earn CSPR staking rewards on CoinList?

With the exception of US and Canadian residents, anyone who is able to open a wallet on CoinList and deposit CSPR into their account is eligible for CSPR staking rewards on CoinList. CoinList Wallets are not available in all jurisdictions, please visit this page to see our list of approved jurisdictions. 


9. What are CSPR staking rewards paid out in?

CSPR staking rewards on CoinList are paid out in CSPR. You will not earn any additional rewards in ETH or any other currency.


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ETH Trading Bonus for NuCypher WorkLock Participants

Eligible CoinList users who trade qualifying crypto during the promotion period (1.11.2021 - 1.31.2021) may be eligible to receive a bonus in ETH paid directly to your CoinList Wallet. To be eligible to participate in this promotion you must have participated in the NuCypher WorkLock on CoinList. Bonuses are calculated based on total traded volume in USD during the promotion period, and will be paid out as a flat payment based on the tiers outlined in the payout structure below: 

 

  • Tier 1: $5,000 - $19,999 → earn $15 in ETH
  • Tier 2: $20,000 - $49,999 → earn $50 in ETH 
  • Tier 3: $50,000 - $99,999→ earn $125 in ETH 
  • Tier 4: $100,000 - $499,999 → earn $200 in ETH 
  • Tier 5: Trade over $500,000 → earn $750 in ETH 

For example, if a user trades between $20,000 and $49,999 on CoinList.co or CoinList Pro, they will earn an additional Tier 2 bonus of $50. Bonuses will be distributed within 7 days following the campaign period. There is a maximum of one bonus per user. Trading qualifications are dependent upon geographical and regulatory restrictions. Terms subject to change.

 

Eligibility: 

 

In order to be eligible for the referral bonus, users must be in one of CoinList Market's approved jurisdictions. Please see coinlist.co/legal for more details on approved jurisdictions. 

 

Additionally: 

 

  • User must have participated in the NuCypher WorkLock on CoinList.
  • User must complete KYC on CoinList and have an eligible wallet.
  • User may trade on CoinList.co or CoinList Pro. 
  • Only one deposit bonus may be applied per CoinList account.
  • Only one entity per user is eligible.
  • CoinList employees and contractors are not eligible. 
  • User must trade during the campaign period (1.11.2021 - 1.31.2021).
  • CoinList reserves the right to withhold bonuses to any user for any reason at its sole discretion. 


Period: 

 

Bonuses will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis during the campaign period: January 11, 2021 (1.11.2021) and January 31, 2021 (1.31.2021). 

 

Reward Distribution:

 

For each eligible user, CoinList will deposit ETH into that user’s CoinList Wallet subject to eligibility. Bonuses will be distributed 7 days following the campaign period. The exact amount of ETH will be calculated at the market price of ETH at the time of distribution. Bonuses may not be the exact dollar amount due to ether’s market price fluctuations. 

 

Additional Terms & Conditions:

 

You agree to be bound by the preceding rules (these “Rules”) and the CoinList Terms and Conditions, found here, by participating in this Trading Bonus Program. CoinList Markets does not guarantee any payment pursuant to these Rules. CoinList Markets reserves the right to change these Rules or cancel this Trading Bonus Program at any time in its sole and absolute discretion. CoinList Markets also reserves the right to render a user ineligible for participation in this referral program should it hold, in its sole discretion, that the user has engaged in any fraudulent, deceptive, abusive or unlawful behavior, including but not limited to Prohibited Use or Prohibited Businesses as those terms are defined in the Terms of Service, found here.


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Information on ROSE Staking

Oasis ($ROSE) is a privacy-enabled, scalable blockchain built for decentralized finance and a responsible, user-owned data economy. CoinList partners with Bison Trails to provide ROSE staking services to users.


To stake ROSE on CoinList, deposit ROSE into your staking account. Deposits will begin to earn rewards after the reward period starts. 


Withdrawal requests are processed at the end of each 4-week period and will be distributed to your wallet after it is unbound from the protocol (2 weeks). Your funds and rewards will remain locked in the staking account until your withdrawals are completed. ROSE staking rewards are automatically re-staked and will earn additional rewards until you unlock them.


The Oasis Network currently offers up to 10.75% in rewards for users that have ROSE deposited into their CoinList wallets. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change. The estimated reward takes into account CoinList's fee along with the percentage of tokens deposited that remain unstaked for liquidity purposes.

FLOW Staking on CoinList

1. What is FLOW staking?

Flow is a Proof-of-stake based blockchain platform that rewards network participants for helping to secure the blockchain through staking. CoinList will facilitate staking for users, and Bison Trails will be acting as the delegated worker for FLOW staking on CoinList. CoinList users that stake their FLOW receive rewards for their contributions. 

 

2. How do I earn staking rewards on CoinList?

To stake FLOW on CoinList, deposit FLOW into your FLOW staking account. Deposits can be made any time and begin to earn rewards approximately 7 days (not guaranteed) after the next rewards period. Withdrawal requests are processed at the end of the rewards period and will be available in your wallet after it is unbonded from the protocol (7-14 days). Your funds and rewards will remain locked in the staking account until your withdrawal request is completed.


3. How much are FLOW staking rewards?

The Flow network currently offers up to a 4% annual rate of return for users that have FLOW deposited into their CoinList wallets. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change. The estimated rewards takes into account CoinList's fee along with the percentage of tokens deposited that remain unstaked for liquidity purposes.


4. When will I receive my FLOW staking rewards?

Your funds and rewards will remain locked in your FLOW staking account until you withdraw them. 


5. Will my staking rewards be automatically re-staked? Are FLOW rewards compounding? 

Yes, your FLOW staking rewards are automatically re-staked and will earn additional rewards until you unlock them. You are only able to trade or withdraw unlocked FLOW. 


6. If I participated in the FLOW token sale and received FLOW rewards, will that FLOW be automatically deposited into my staking account?

If you participated in the FLOW token sale, and accrued staking rewards on your FLOW while it was locked up, those FLOW rewards will not be re-staked automatically. You need to visit coinlist.co/rewards and click on the “Deposit” button to commit the FLOW in your wallet into the staking account. 


7. Do I have to buy my FLOW on CoinList to earn staking rewards?

No. You may deposit FLOW into your CoinList Wallet and lock your FLOW to begin earning staking rewards. 


8. When will I be able to withdraw my FLOW staking rewards?

You can only withdraw or trade unlocked FLOW. Any FLOW that is currently being staked cannot be withdrawn or traded. You must initiate an unlock prior to the end of the staking rewards period. At the end of the reward period, unlocked FLOW will then be distributed to your FLOW wallet where you can trade or withdraw. 


9. Who is eligible to earn FLOW staking rewards on CoinList?

With the exception of US and Canadian residents, anyone who is able to open up a wallet on CoinList and deposits FLOW into their account is eligible for FLOW staking rewards on CoinList. CoinList Wallets are not available in all jurisdictions, please visit this page to see our list of approved jurisdictions. 


10. What are FLOW staking rewards paid out in?

FLOW staking rewards on CoinList are paid out in FLOW. You will not earn any additional fees in ETH or any other currency.


CoinList Affiliate Program

If you apply and are approved as a CoinList affiliate, you will be able to refer users to CoinList Pro and receive 50% of trading commissions paid by your referrals for three months. Your referrals must complete their registration within 30 days of signing up with the referral link to be eligible. They will also receive a 10% discount in fees for 6 months on CoinList Pro.  At this time, only trades made on CoinList Pro are eligible for the Affiliate Program


How it works 

  • Become an affiliate – You can apply and start your onboarding here
  • Promote CoinList Pro & share your discounts– Leverage your network and marketing channels to share your referral link and CoinList content. Your referred traders will receive 10% discount for trades made on CoinList Pro.
  • Earn commissions – When your referrals join and trade on CoinList Pro, you’ll earn 50% of their trading fees.

Payments 

  • Payments will be distributed immediately into your CoinList Pro wallet 
  • Commissions will be paid out in the asset that we collect the trade fees on for a given trade

Period

You will receive a share of your referral's trading fees for 3 months after their first trade. 


Eligibility 

In order to be eligible for the referral bonus, both users must be in one of CoinList Market's approved jurisdictions. Please see coinlist.co/legal for more details on approved jurisdictions. 


Additionally 

  • You must apply here.
  • You must receive approval from CoinList to become an affiliate
  • You must complete KYC and reside in one of our eligible jurisdictions
  • You must agree to the Terms of the Affiliate Program 
  • Referred users must complete KYC and reside in one of our eligible jurisdictions
  • Only trades on CoinList Pro are eligible, at this time
  • Referrals must complete registration within 30 days of signing up to be eligible
  • CoinList reserves the right to not distribute commissions to any user for any reason at its sole discretion. 

Additional Terms & Conditions

You agree to be bound by the Rules and the CoinList Terms and Conditions by participating in the Affiliate Program. CoinList Markets does not guarantee any payment pursuant to the Rules. CoinList Markets reserves the right to change the Rules or cancel the Affiliate Program at any time in its sole and absolute discretion. CoinList Markets also reserve the right to render a user ineligible for participation in this referral program should it hold, in its sole discretion, that the user has engaged in any fraudulent, deceptive, abusive or unlawful behavior, including but not limited to Prohibited Use or Prohibited Businesses as those terms are defined in the Terms of Service, found here.








How do I earn staking rewards on CoinList?

When you deposit or purchase a supported Proof-of-Stake (PoS) asset on CoinList, you may be eligible to receive staking rewards by having that asset in your CoinList wallet. 


Once you deposit an eligible asset into your CoinList wallet, you are automatically opted into staking rewards. There is no action on your end required to participate, but you may opt-out of staking rewards at anytime from the Staking page > Select the asset > Select “…” for more options > Toggle “Auto stake assets” off.


What is staking?

Some crypto networks, like Bitcoin, use a Proof of Work (PoW) consensus mechanism where miners validate transactions by solving difficult math problems, other networks use a consensus mechanism known as Proof of Stake (PoS). In PoW networks, miners maintain consensus and secure the network, while PoS networks rely on participants known as validators to perform the same work. 


Validators confirm transactions and maintain consensus on the network to maintain the integrity and security of the blockchain they’re validating. To ensure that validators are acting honestly, PoS networks require validators to stake a minimum amount of tokens native to that network. This stake can be aggregated from many users, not just the validator, and essentially acts as a security deposit – if a validator is confirming invalid transactions, then validators will lose part of the capital they staked. As compensation for their work and for the opportunity cost of capital, validators earn network rewards for their work. These rewards can be shared among their community for users who have provided additional stake. 


Most PoS networks have different and unique consensus mechanisms and economic models. We recommend conducting your own research on each network before participating in any staking program. 


Valora cUSD Deposit Campaign

Valora Deposit Campaign Rules


If you make a purchase of cUSD and withdraw cUSD to your Valora account between December 10th 2020 (12/10/2020) and December 31st (12/31/2020), you may be eligible for a deposit bonus of cUSD paid directly to your CoinList account. 


You must have an eligible Valora wallet (available here) and an eligible CoinList wallet in order to participate in the Valora Deposit Campaign. To participate:


  • Fund your CoinList Wallet with USD, USDC, USDT, BTC, or CELO 
  • Buy cUSD on Coinlist.co or CoinList Pro 
  • Withdraw cUSD from your CoinList Wallet to your Valora Wallet

Following the conclusion of the campaign, your CoinList wallet will be credited with cUSD depending on how much cUSD you transferred from your CoinList Wallet to your Valora wallet. Only the first transfer to your Valora wallet will be used to determine your deposit bonus tier. 


Deposit Bonus Structure


  • Tier 1: Deposit 50-99 cUSD → earn 5 cUSD
  • Tier 2: Deposit 100-249 cUSD → earn 7.5 cUSD
  • Tier 3: Deposit 250-999 cUSD → earn 10 cUSD 

If you make a qualifying deposit, CoinList will apply your deposit bonus to your CoinList wallet within one week of the conclusion of the campaign. 


Eligibility 


  • User must complete KYC on CoinList and have an eligible wallet
  • User must purchase cUSD on CoinList with an eligible currency
  • Only one deposit bonus may be applied per CoinList account
  • Only one deposit bonus may be applied per Valora account
  • Only one entity per user is eligible
  • CoinList employees and contractors are not eligible
  • User must purchase and deposit cUSD during the campaign period (12/10/2020-12/31/2020)

In order to be eligible for the referral bonus, you must be in one of CoinList Market's approved jurisdictions. Please see coinlist.co/legal for more details on approved jurisdictions. 


Campaign Period


There are 20,000 cUSD deposit bonuses available through this campaign. Rewards will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis during the campaign period: December 10th 2020 (12/10/2020) until December 31st (12/31/2020). CoinList retains the right to end or modify the campaign at any time. cLabs, Inc. retains the right to withhold deposit bonuses at its sole discretion.


Reward Distribution


For each eligible user, CoinList will deposit cUSD into such user’s CoinList wallet subject to eligibility. Rewards will be distributed within seven days following the campaign period. The amount of cUSD will be calculated according to the deposit bonus tier. Only the first deposit to your Valora account will be used to calculate the deposit bonus tier. Any additional deposits during the campaign period will not be used to qualify you for a higher or lower deposit bonus tier. 


Additional Terms & Conditions


By participating in the Valora Deposit Campaign you agree to be bound by these rules and the CoinList Terms and Conditions, found here. Neither CoinList Markets, nor cLabs Inc., guarantee any payment pursuant to these rules. CoinList Markets reserves the right to change the Rules or cancel the Deposit Campaign at any time in its sole and absolute discretion. CoinList Markets also reserve the right to render a user ineligible for participation in this campaign should it hold, in its sole discretion, that the user has engaged in any fraudulent, deceptive, abusive or unlawful behavior, including but not limited to Prohibited Use or Prohibited Businesses as those terms are defined in the CoinList Terms of Service.

Is there a fee associated with staking on CoinList?

CoinList does not charge users for staking on CoinList, but we do take a commission fee on staking rewards paid out to our users. This commission may vary between assets. The reward rate displayed for the asset reflects this commission.


Which assets does CoinList provide staking for?

CoinList currently supports staking rewards for CELO with support for additional assets coming soon.


Opting out of automatic CELO staking

You will automatically receive staking rewards by holding CELO in your CoinList Wallet. 


If you would like to opt-out of CELO staking rewards, go to the Staking page > Select CELO > Select “…” for more options > Toggle “Auto stake assets” off.

BTC Trading Bonus for Oasis ROSE Garden Participants

Eligible CoinList users who trade qualifying crypto during the promotion period (12.16.2020 - 12.30.2020) may be eligible to receive a bonus in BTC paid directly to your CoinList wallet. To be eligible to participate in this promotion you must have registered for the Oasis ROSE Garden on CoinList and have an eligible CoinList wallet. Bonuses are calculated based on total traded volume in USD during the promotion period, and will be paid out as a flat payment based on the tiers outlined in the payout structure below: 


  • Tier 1: 1,000 - 1,999 → earn $5 in BTC
  • Tier 2: $2,000 - $2,999 → earn $10 in BTC 
  • Tier 3: $3,000 - $3,999→ earn $15 in BTC 
  • Tier 4: $4,000 - $9,999 → earn $25 in BTC 
  • Tier 5: $10,000 - $99,999 → earn $50 in BTC 
  • Tier 6: $100,000 - $499,000 → earn $500 in BTC 
  • Tier 7: Trade over $500,000 → earn $2,000 in BTC 

For example, if a user trades between $10,000 and $99,000 on CoinList.co or CoinList Pro, they will earn an additional Tier 4 bonus of $50. Bonuses will be distributed within 7 days following the campaign period. There is a maximum of one bonus per user. Trading qualifications are dependent upon geographical and regulatory restrictions. Terms subject to change.


Eligibility: 


In order to be eligible for the referral bonus, users must be in one of CoinList Market's approved jurisdictions. Please see coinlist.co/legal for more details on approved jurisdictions. 


Additionally: 


  • User must have registered for the Oasis ROSE Garden on CoinList
  • User must complete KYC on CoinList and have an eligible wallet
  • User may trade on CoinList.co or CoinList Pro 
  • Only one deposit bonus may be applied per CoinList account
  • Only one entity per user is eligible.
  • CoinList employees and contractors are not eligible. 
  • User must trade during the campaign period (12.16.2020 - 12.30.2020)
  • CoinList reserves the right to withhold bonuses to any user for any reason at its sole discretion. 

Period: 


Bonuses will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis during the campaign period: December 16th 2020 (12.16.2020) and December 30th 2020 (12.30.2020). 


Reward Distribution:


For each eligible user, CoinList will deposit BTC into that user’s CoinList wallet subject to eligibility. Bonuses will be distributed 7 days following the campaign period. The exact amount of BTC will be calculated at the market price of BTC at the time of distribution. Bonuses may not be the exact dollar amount due to bitcoin’s market price fluctuations. 


Additional Terms & Conditions


You agree to be bound by the preceding rules (these “Rules”) and the CoinList Terms and Conditions, found here, by participating in this Trading Bonus Program. CoinList Markets does not guarantee any payment pursuant to these Rules. CoinList Markets reserves the right to change these Rules or cancel this Trading Bonus Program at any time in its sole and absolute discretion. CoinList Markets also reserve the right to render a user ineligible for participation in this referral program should it hold, in its sole discretion, that the user has engaged in any fraudulent, deceptive, abusive or unlawful behavior, including but not limited to Prohibited Use or Prohibited Businesses as those terms are defined in the Terms of Service, found here.


When will I be able to deposit additional CELO into CoinList to start earning rewards?

Users who procured CELO outside of the CELO auction will be able to deposit additional CELO by July 11. We will be sure to update all of our users once deposits go live. 

Information on Tezos Staking

1. What is Tezos (XTZ) staking?

Tezos is the native utility token for the Tezos blockchain. Tezos is based on the Proof-of-Stake mechanism, where network participants can stake their Tezos to a Baker, allowing participants to take part in staking and receive Tezos rewards for securing the network. CoinList manages the staking and distribution of Tezos rewards to users. Simply deposit Tezos to your CoinList wallet, elect to stake your Tezos, and you will then receive staking rewards at the end of the staking period. See below for more information.


2. How much are Tez (XTZ) staking rewards?

The Tezos network currently has an estimated 4.45% rewards rate for users who deposit and stake Tezos from their CoinList wallet. The estimated rewards rate also takes into account CoinList’s fee. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change.


3. How do I earn Tez (XTZ) staking rewards on CoinList?

To begin earning Tezos staking rewards, simply deposit Tez to your CoinList account or purchase Tez on our Pro exchange or at Coinlist.co. Once deposited, you can then go to coinlist.co/staking, select Tezos, click the stake button, and select how much Tez you would like to stake. Your Tez will then be staked in the next staking period. Please note that Tezos held on CoinList Pro do not earn staking rewards.


4. When will I receive my Tez (XTZ) staking rewards?

You will receive your Tezos rewards at the end of the staking period, should you choose to opt out of staking. Please note that your Tezos rewards will be distributed to your CoinList account in two installments: your first reward distribution will be deposited to your account at the end of the current staking period. You will then receive a second reward distribution to your CoinList account at the end of the following staking period. This is because Tezos has a 21 day freeze period, where staking rewards continue to accrue for approximately 21 days after your funds are unstaked. Because of this, CoinList will distribute your Tezos rewards to your account in two installments.


5. Will my staking rewards be re-staked automatically? Do Tez (XTZ) rewards compound?

Your Tezos rewards will not be automatically compounded, but rewards will be re-staked at the end of the staking period should you choose to roll over your stake.


6. Do I have to buy my tez (XTZ) on CoinList to earn staking rewards?

No, users who deposit Tez to their CoinList account from their self-custodied wallet or another exchange are also eligible to stake Tezos and earn rewards.


7. Who is eligible to earn tez (XTZ) staking rewards on CoinList?

Anyone who is able to open a CoinList Wallet and deposit Tez into their account is eligible for Tezos staking on CoinList. Please note that CoinList Wallets are not available in all jurisdictions, please visit this page to see our list of approved jurisdictions


8. What are Tez (XTZ) staking rewards paid out in?

Tezos staking rewards are paid out in XTZ, the native utility token of the Tezos network.

BTC Trading Bonus for NuCypher WorkLock Participants

Eligible CoinList users who trade qualifying crypto during the promotion period (4.19.2021 - 5.20.2021) may be eligible to receive a bonus in BTC paid directly to your CoinList Wallet. To be eligible to participate in this promotion you must have participated in the NuCypher WorkLock on CoinList. Bonuses are calculated based on total traded volume in USD during the promotion period, and will be paid out as a flat payment based on the tiers outlined in the payout structure below: 


  • Tier 1: $5,000 - $19,999 → earn $15 in BTC
  • Tier 2: $20,000 - $49,999 → earn $50 in BTC 
  • Tier 3: $50,000 - $99,999→ earn $125 in BTC 
  • Tier 4: $100,000 - $499,999 → earn $200 in BTC 
  • Tier 5: Trade over $500,000 → earn $750 in BTC

For example, if a user trades between $20,000 and $49,999 on CoinList.co or CoinList Pro, they will earn an additional Tier 2 bonus of $50. Bonuses will be distributed within 7 days following the campaign period. There is a maximum of one bonus per user. Trading qualifications are dependent upon geographical and regulatory restrictions. Terms subject to change.


Eligibility: 

In order to be eligible for the referral bonus, users must be in one of CoinList Market's approved jurisdictions. Please see coinlist.co/legal for more details on approved jurisdictions. 


Additionally: 

  • User must have participated in the NuCypher WorkLock on CoinList.
  • User must complete KYC on CoinList and have an eligible wallet.
  • User may trade on CoinList.co or CoinList Pro. 
  • Only one deposit bonus may be applied per CoinList account.
  • Only one entity per user is eligible.
  • CoinList employees and contractors are not eligible. 
  • User must trade during the campaign period (4.19.2021 - 5.20.2021).
  • CoinList reserves the right to withhold bonuses to any user for any reason at its sole discretion. 

Period: 

Bonuses will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis during the campaign period: April 19, 2021 (4.19.2021) and May 20, 2021 (5.20.2021). 


Reward Distribution:

For each eligible user, CoinList will deposit BTC into that user’s CoinList Wallet subject to eligibility. Bonuses will be distributed 7 days following the campaign period. The exact amount of BTC will be calculated at the market price of BTC at the time of distribution. Bonuses may not be the exact dollar amount due to bitcoin’s market price fluctuations. 


Additional Terms & Conditions:

You agree to be bound by the preceding rules (these “Rules”) and the CoinList Terms and Conditions, found here, by participating in this Trading Bonus Program. CoinList Markets does not guarantee any payment pursuant to these Rules. CoinList Markets reserves the right to change these Rules or cancel this Trading Bonus Program at any time in its sole and absolute discretion. CoinList Markets also reserves the right to render a user ineligible for participation in this referral program should it hold, in its sole discretion, that the user has engaged in any fraudulent, deceptive, abusive or unlawful behavior, including but not limited to Prohibited Use or Prohibited Businesses as those terms are defined in the Terms of Service, found here.


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2% Karma Bonus For First Time Deposit

Summary: Eligible CoinList users that fund their CoinList Wallet for the first time during the promotion period (April 1 - April 30) and maintain that balance through April 30, 23:59 UTC will receive 2% of the deposit value in CoinList Karma points. Karma bonuses are calculated based on the total balance in a user’s CoinList Wallet at the end of the promotion period, and will be distributed as a Karma airdrop directly into the account, subject to eligibility. 


For example, if a user deposits $10,000 into their CoinList Wallet and maintains that balance until April 30, they will earn 200 Karma points. The Karma bonus will be applied to a maximum of $15,000 in USD. The Karma points will expire after 18 weeks. 


Eligibility: In order to be eligible for the Karma bonus, users must be in one of CoinList Market’s approved jurisdictions and receive a targeted email about this offer. This program is not available for residents of the United States. Additionally:


  • This must be the first time that a user has funded their CoinList account.
  • User must complete KYC on CoinList and have an eligible wallet.
  • User must have received email communications about this offer. 
  • Only one deposit Karma bonus may be applied per CoinList account.
  • Only one entity per user is eligible.
  • Users must deposit during the campaign (4.1.22 - 4.30.22).
  • CoinList reserves the right to withhold bonuses to any user for any reason at its sole discretion.


Additional Terms & Conditions: You agree to be bound by the preceding rules (these “Rules”) and the CoinList Terms and Conditions, found here, by participating in this program. CoinList does not guarantee any payment pursuant to these Rules. CoinList reserves the right to change these Rules or cancel this program at any time in its sole and absolute discretion. CoinList also reserves the right to render a user ineligible for participation in this referral program should it hold, in its sole discretion, that the user has engaged in any fraudulent, deceptive, abusive or unlawful behavior, including but not limited to Prohibited Use or Prohibited Businesses as those terms are defined in the Terms of Service, found here.

How to opt-out of staking rewards

If you would like to opt-out of staking rewards for autostaked assets, follow the below steps.


1. Select Staking from within the navigation panel of your account.  

2. Select the asset you would like to opt-out of.

3. Select “…” for more options.

4. Toggle “Auto stake assets” off. 

Information on Threshold Staking

1. What is T Staking?

The T token functions as a utility token for the Threshold network and a governance token for the Threshold DAO. Threshold is the product of a merger between NuCypher and The Keep Network, and allows smart contracts to access and manage private encrypted data. Its nodes can jointly decrypt data or transfer access to another party and act in response to smart contract calls - so the Threshold Network is a bridge between private data and public blockchains. Staking in the Threshold network ensures that Threshold nodes act honestly within the network.


2. How do I earn Threshold staking rewards on CoinList? 

To stake T on CoinList, deposit T into your T staking account. Deposits can be made any time, though rewards will vary depending on when your T is staked, and may begin to earn rewards approximately 24 hours after the rewards period starts. Withdrawal requests are processed at the end of the staking period and will be available in your wallet after it is unbonded from the protocol. Your funds will remain locked in the staking account until your withdrawal request is completed. Users will not receive their staked tokens and earned rewards until the conclusion of the staking Interval.


To stake your NU assets, you will need to first convert your NU to T and then stake via the workflow outlined above. To convert your NU to T, visit coinlist.co/conversions, then select NU → T.


3. How much are Threshold staking rewards if I stake before May 30th? 

The T network currently offers up to a 15.3% annual rate of return for users that have T deposited into their CoinList wallets and stake before May 30th. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change. The estimated reward rate takes into account CoinList's fee. Please note that if you choose to stake your tokens during the Staking Interval, your tokens will continue to be staked until the launch of Threshold’s full suite of applications, which is estimated to go live on July 15th, 2022. You can learn more about this program here.


4. How much are Threshold staking rewards if I stake after May 30th?

The T network currently offers up to a 12.75% annual rate of return for users that have T deposited into their CoinList wallets and stake after May 30th if you are staking through CoinList. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change. The estimated reward rate takes into account CoinList's fee (as detailed below).


5. What fees are charged for this staking service? 

A 15% fee will be taken from your earned staking rewards, as calculated at the time in which you choose to unstake your T tokens from the Threshold Network . Your staked principal will not be affected by the fee. 


6. Do I have to buy Threshold on CoinList to earn staking rewards? 

No. Users who have procured their T through other means or trading venues are able to deposit their T into their CoinList Wallet and will be enrolled in the staking rewards program once they elect to stake. Additionally, holders of NU may convert their NU tokens to T on Coinlist’s platform to stake. 


7. Who is eligible to earn T staking rewards on CoinList? 

Anyone who is able to open a CoinList Wallet and deposit T into their account is eligible for T staking rewards on CoinList. If you participated in the NU token sale on CoinList and have converted your NU tokens to T, you are eligible to earn staking rewards for your tokens. CoinList Wallets are not available in all jurisdictions, please visit this page to see our list of approved jurisdictions.


8. What do users earn by staking Threshold? 

Users who stake T will earn additional T tokens. 


9. When will I receive my T staking rewards? 

Your staked tokens and earned rewards will remain locked in your T staking account until you withdraw them following the expiration of the Staking Interval. If you wish to withdraw your staked tokens, your request will be processed at the end of the applicable staking period, and your funds will then be distributed to your CoinList account after they are unbonded from the protocol.


10. Will my staking rewards be automatically re-staked? Are T rewards compounding? 

Your T staking rewards are automatically re-staked and will earn additional rewards until you choose to withdraw your T tokens. Rewards will vary depending on the staking period in which you are participating. 


11. Who is the T staking provider for CoinList? 

Currently, T tokens held in CoinList Wallets are delegated to BisonTrails.


12. Can I choose who my T tokens are delegated to? 

CoinList does not include the functionality to choose the staking provider to which your tokens are delegated (T tokens are automatically delegated to Bison Trails). In order to choose a specific staking provider to which to delegate your tokens, you will need to transfer your T tokens to a wallet that you control yourself where you can then stake your T tokens. You can stake T tokens from a wallet that you control here.


Please note that Users do not need to stake to the Threshold Network through CoinList to earn rewards, and Users who stake directly through the Threshold Network may earn a higher reward rate.


13. How do I opt-out of T staking rewards? 

You may choose to opt out of T staking at any time by submitting a withdrawal request. The request will be processed at the end of the Staking Interval or applicable staking period. 


14. Can I still stake my NU tokens?  

While you can’t stake your NU tokens on CoinList directly, you can convert your NU to T by visiting coinlist.co/conversions, then select NU → T. CoinList does not charge a fee for converting NU to T. Once your T tokens are available in your CoinList wallet, you can follow the steps here to stake your tokens 


15. [For NuCypher Users only] Will my locked NU tokens be eligible to receive staking rewards?

Yes, if you hold locked NU tokens on CoinList, your tokens will be automatically staked and will begin to earn rewards on or around May 15th. CoinList will stake your NU tokens on your behalf, and you do not need to take any action to begin earning rewards. Users will exclusively earn T as a reward when staking NU.


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Information on Stacks Stacking

1. What is stacking?

STX is the native token for the STX network, which aims to enable Defi, NFTs, apps, and smart contracts for Bitcoin. Stacking is analogous to staking for Stacks’ unique Proof-of-Transfer mechanism and adds security benefits to the network. A unique aspect of its consensus mechanism is that the network rewards Stackers with BTC rewards, not STX tokens. 


2. How do I earn STX rewards on CoinList? 

To stack STX on CoinList, deposit STX into your STX stacking account. Deposits can be made at any time and begin to earn rewards approximately 72 hours (not guaranteed) after the beginning of the elected rewards period. Withdrawal requests are processed at the end of the applicable rewards period and will be available in your wallet 1-2 days after your elected stacking cycle ends. Your principal will remain locked in the stacking account until your withdrawal request is completed, at which point it will be distributed along with your stacking rewards.


3. How much are STX stacking rewards? 

The STX network currently offers up to a 7.7% annual rate of return for users that have STX deposited into their CoinList wallets. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change. The estimated reward rate takes into account CoinList's fee.


4. What fees are charged for this stacking service? 

A 15% fee will be taken from your earned Stacking rewards. Your stacked principal will not be affected by the fee.  


5. Do I have to buy STX on CoinList to earn Stacking rewards? 

No. Users who have procured their STX from other means or trading venues are able to deposit their STX into their CoinList Wallet and will need to opt into the Stacking rewards program. 


6. Who is eligible to earn STX Stacking rewards on CoinList? 

Anyone who is able to open a CoinList Wallet and deposit STX into their account is eligible for STX stacking rewards on CoinList. CoinList Wallets are not available in all jurisdictions, please visit this page to see our list of approved jurisdictions


7. What is the minimum STX I have to stack to earn rewards? 

The minimum required STX to start earning rewards is 20 STX. 


8. What are stacking rewards paid out in? 

Stacking rewards are paid out in BTC. By Stacking your STX tokens, you will continue to accrue additional BTC rewards. 


9. When will I receive my stacking rewards? 

Your Stacking rewards will be distributed at the end of the elected Stacking period. If you wish to withdraw your Stacked principal, your request will be processed at the end of the elected Stacking period, and your principal and earned rewards will then be distributed to your CoinList account. You will not be able to remove your Stacked principal and earned rewards until the expiration of the applicable Stacking period.


10. Will my Stacking rewards be automatically re-stacked? Are Stacking rewards compounding? 

Your stacked principal is automatically re-stacked and will continue to earn rewards until you choose to withdraw it. As rewards are earned in BTC, rewards are not automatically re-stacked. 


Due to the nature of Stacking cycles, there is a 2 week cooldown period between each Stacking period in which your STX will not earn rewards and may be withdrawn. This means that if you choose to continue Stacking your Stacks after the elected cycle has ended, you will not earn rewards for 2 weeks (or 1 cycle) following that cycle, and will only continue Stacking once the cooldown period ends. If a withdrawal request is not submitted prior to the commencement of the subsequent Stacking period, your STX will be automatically locked for that Stacking period.  


11. Who is the stacking provider for CoinList? 

Currently, STX tokens held in CoinList Wallets are delegated to InfStones.


12. Can I choose who my STX tokens are delegated to? 

CoinList does not include the functionality to choose the Stacking provider to which your tokens are delegated (i.e. they are automatically delegated to InfStones). In order to choose a specific stacking provider to which to delegate your tokens, you will need to transfer your STX tokens to a wallet that you control yourself.


Please note that users do not need to Stack STX through CoinList to earn rewards, and users who Stack directly via their own self-custodied wallet may earn a higher rewards rate.


13. How do I opt-out of Stacking rewards? 

You may choose to opt out of STX stacking at any time by submitting a withdrawal request by clicking the “unstake” button . The request will be processed at the end of the current stacking period. 

AXL Staking on CoinList

1. What is AXL staking?

Axelar is a proof-of-stake network that securely connects all blockchain ecosystems, applications, assets, and users to deliver Web3 interoperability. The AXL token is the utility token for the network, which supports security, decentralization, and ecosystem growth. 


Axelar network security is based on delegated proof-of-stake. Axelar built permissionless technology that enables a path toward decentralization. AXL staking supports decentralization while allowing validators (and users who want to act as validators) to earn rewards. 


2. How do I earn AXL staking rewards on CoinList?

To stake AXL on CoinList, deposit AXL into your CoinList Wallet and elect to stake them. Deposits can be made any time and begin to earn rewards approximately 24 hours (not guaranteed) after the beginning of the next rewards period. Withdrawal requests are processed at the end of the rewards period and the funds will be available in your CoinList Wallet after they are un-bonded from the protocol. Your funds will remain locked in the staking account until your withdrawal request is completed.


Staking is only supported for the native AXL token. Therefore, if you elect to stake your Wrapped AXL (WAXL) tokens, they will be automatically converted to the native token. Upon withdrawal, your rewards and staked principal will be returned to you in the native token (AXL). To convert your native AXL to WAXL, visit coinlist.co/conversions, then select AXL → WAXL. 


3. How much are AXL staking rewards? 

The AXL network currently offers annual rewards of approximately 11% for users that have AXL deposited into their CoinList Wallets. Please note that this return is not guaranteed and is subject to change. The estimated reward takes into account CoinList's fee.


4. What fees are charged for this staking service? 

A 15% fee will be taken from your earned staking rewards. Your staked principal will not be affected by the fee. 

 

5. Do I have to buy AXL on CoinList to earn staking rewards?

No. Users who have purchased AXL from other exchanges can deposit AXL into a CoinList Wallet and automatically enroll in the staking rewards program. 

 

6. Who is eligible to earn AXL staking rewards on CoinList? 

AXL staking is available in jurisdictions where AXL is available for trading. Please visit this page to see our list of approved jurisdictions.


7. What are AXL staking rewards paid out in? 

AXL rewards are paid out in the native version of the AXL token. When staking AXL tokens, you will continue to accrue AXL. 


8. When will I receive my AXL staking rewards? 

Your funds and rewards will remain locked in your CoinList Wallet until you unstake them. If you wish to withdraw staked tokens, your request will be processed at the end of the staking period. Tokens will be accessible in your CoinList Wallet after they are unbonded (unstaked) from the protocol.


9. Will my rewards be automatically re-staked? Are AXL rewards compounding? 

Yes, your AXL staking rewards are automatically re-staked and will earn additional rewards until you choose to unstake and/or withdraw them.  


10. Who are the AXL staking providers for CoinList? 

Currently, AXL tokens held in CoinList Wallets are delegated to nodes operated by Everstake, Figment, BisonTrails, Forest Staking, and P2P Staking. 


11. Can I choose the nodes my AXL tokens are delegated to? 

CoinList does not include the functionality to choose the staking provider to which your tokens are delegated (i.e. they are automatically delegated to one of the providers listed above). 


12. How do I opt out of AXL staking rewards? 

You may choose to opt out of AXL staking at any time by submitting a withdrawal request. You may do so by going to the coinlist.co/staking page, selecting AXL, and clicking on “withdraw”. The request will be processed at the end of the current staking period. 


13. Can I stake WAXL tokens? 

No. Staking is only possible with the native AXL token. CoinList will convert any WAXL tokens to AXL tokens before staking them. After staking tokens, your rewards and principal will be available in your CoinList Wallet as native AXL. If you wish to convert the wrapped WAXL token back to the native AXL token, you can do so by going to coinlist.co/conversions, and selecting AXL → WAXL.  

Note: We are currently unable to support staking deposits for the AXL and WAXL tokens in the same transaction. If you wish to stake your AXL and WAXL, you will need to submit a separate deposit request for each asset respectively. 



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Investors

What is KYC/AML?

In order to invest through CoinList, you need to pass identity verification and KYC/AML (Know Your Customer/Anti-Money Laundering) checks. These checks apply equally to U.S. and non-U.S. residents. In general, you will need to provide name, address, a selfie, and government-issued ID image. 


You can learn more about KYC/AML here.

Is there a contact email?

All questions can be sent submitted through our help portal


What is an accredited investor?

Accredited investors meet standards defined by the US Securities and Exchange Commission which allow them to invest in certain private securities offerings. Most startups raising money do so from accredited investors only.


The SEC web site contains the full definition. In general, any of the following would meet the standard:


  • Individuals with annual income over $200K (individually) or $300K (with spouse) over the last 2 years and an expectation of the same this year
  • Individuals with net assets over $1 million, excluding the primary residence (unless more is owed on the mortgage than the residence is worth)
  • An institution with over $5 million in assets, such as a venture fund or a trust
  • An entity made up entirely of accredited investors

How do I show accreditation based on crypto assets?

In order to fulfill the accreditation requirements with your crypto-asset holdings, you can either

  • Upload a screenshot from a credible cryptocurrency exchange or wallet showing holdings & valuations worth over $1MM USD. The screenshot should include the date and evidence tying the investor to the account (e.g. your name or the investing entity's name), or
  • Upload a message cryptographically signed using the private key of your wallet or wallets, proving that you own assets worth over $1MM USD. 

In either case, you will also need to provide documentation of your debts (e.g. via a credit report or letter from your accountant) in order to qualify. 


Detailed instructions for preparing a signed message


1. Prepare the following message for signature:


I, <Signatory Name>, certify under penalty of perjury that <Investing Entity Name> is the sole owner of the cryptocurrency address associated with this message as of <Today's Date>.


Replace the angle brackets with your name, the name of the investing entity, and the date.


2a. Signing the message - ETH


For Ether, use MyEtherWallet's message signing tool


Paste the message into the text field.




Select your wallet provider. (In this example, we use MetaMask.)




Click 'Connect'. Then, click 'Sign Message' to sign and approve the transaction. (There is no cost.)




Here is an example signed message:




2b. Signing the message - BTC


For Bitcoin, most wallets implement the ability to sign a message with your Bitcoin address’ private key. See this tutorial about how to sign a messaging with a blockchain.info wallet. See here for Jaxx wallet.


3. Submitting


Create a document with the message you signed, address, and message signature (sample information provided below):


A. Message:


I, John Smith, certify under penalty of perjury that I am the sole owner of the cryptocurrency address associated with this message as of Dec. 13, 2017.


B. Address


1UsRE3sak3u7qNaQ8Y1X4UmQS93qruLMt


C. Signature


IEXlF8laYLp1ZdQbIxWcXvQdt7d/0TyKLqKMNoTdpqCXG7LLm6upe4wjl6q9ZAtHc4paw9LqP8CudBNyOEwt1mo=


You can upload this information via the CoinList sale registration process or log a support ticket in our Support Center.


In the event that your funds are spread across multiple wallets, you will need to include a signed message from each address.


Also, remember to provide documentation of your debts (e.g. via a credit report or letter from your accountant).

How long does accreditation take?

Accreditation can take up to 72 hours, though it’s usually much faster. You can see the status of your accreditation application here.


Please visit our Help Center for any accreditation specific inquiries.


What’s a qualified purchaser?

Qualified purchasers as defined by the US Securities and Exchange Commission are individuals with at least $5M in investments or funds with at least $25M in investments.

Why do you need my SSN?

Your SSN is required under our KYC/AML policy, a process set by our banking provider. We verify US investor's social security number and birthdate against credit records then verify the investment signatory against OFAC and similar databases to flag prohibited or high risk persons and entities.


How do I accredit my trust?

In order to accredit a trust, you need to provide documents showing the trust's asset amount is over $5m. You can have your attorney or CPA write a letter attesting to this. Here is a set of templates that can be signed by them.

How do I accredit my company?

In order to accredit your company entity with CoinList, you need to meet any of these following SEC requirements:


  • upload statements showing net assets greater than $5m, dated within 90 days 
  • upload documents showing that all shareholders are qualified purchasers 
  • upload documents showing that all shareholders are accredited investors based on individual assets over $1m or income over $200k ($300k with spouse)

Transferring your AngelList login to CoinList

CoinList is discontinuing support for AngelList logins on CoinList. All legacy AngelList login users were assigned a CoinList account that is associated with their AngelList email. This account contains all of the CoinList account history associated with your AngelList login.


What do I need to do?


To login to your CoinList account, simply click “forgot password” on the CoinListlog in page to generate a new password.


The new password will be unique to your CoinList account and will not impact your AngelList account.


In order to access wallets and trading on CoinList, you may be required to submit additional KYC documentation and set up two-factor (2FA) authentication for your CoinList account. 


Your AngelList 2FA will not carry over to your CoinList account. If you are experiencing issues with your 2FA, you may need to disable your 2FA and re-enable. You can find these settings under "Account" and "Security." If you continue to have issues, please submit a help request on our Help Center to have your 2FA reset. 


If you have already completed these steps, then no further action is required beyond resetting your CoinList password.



Why did my accreditation status "expire"?

According to SEC rules, we must check your accreditation status every three months if you accredited based on net-worth, and annually if you accredited based on income.

Who will see accreditation documents I upload?

Documents you upload as evidence of accreditation are kept private and are only used to assess your accreditation status. Our team of licensed attorneys and CPA's review these documents to ensure that the relevant accredited investor thresholds are met.


Why is a credit report necessary?

If you are providing evidence of your accreditation on the basis of having over $1 million in net assets, the company you are investing in is required to verify your debts in order to confirm that your net assets are greater than $1M. CoinList requests this credit report and includes only total debts (excluding mortgages) when verifying your accredited investor status.

Rally

How was the final price per token for the $RLY token sale and distribution determined?

The final price of $0.60 per token was determined by taking $RLY’s 20-day trailing average from March 11, 2021 to March 30, 2021 and applying a 30% markdown to that. The 20-day trailing average is $0.86. After applying the 30% markdown the final price came out to $0.60. The March 11 starting date was chosen as that was one day before Rally’s CoinList Distribution Community Treasury Snapshot Proposal was published. Price data was pulled from CoinMarketCap and the calculations can be found in this spreadsheet.


What is the lockup and release schedule for $RLY tokens purchased from the sale?

Tokens purchased from the $RLY sale and distribution will have a 12 month release period with a 6 month cliff. 50% of the tokens will unlock after 6 months after which tokens will follow a monthly linear release schedule. 


What will the price of $RLY be?

The token price will be determined with the reference price set based on a trailing average methodology of the 15 to 45 day window prior to the launch. CoinList will set a markdown from the reference price within the range of 10-30% that will be applied in exchange for lockup and release restrictions on all $RLY distributed. The exact timeframe, methodology, markdown, and price per token will be announced within 24 hours prior to the launch.


How can I fund my purchase?

We will display payment information once the Sale and Distribution Period starts. You can pay with USDC, BTC, or ETH. Payments made in USDC (“USD Coin”) will equate to the value of one U.S. Dollar ("USD") regardless of fluctuations in USDC.


If you fund your account and purchase tokens with USDC, there are no fees. You can deposit USDC into your CoinList Wallet anytime at https://coinlist.co/wallets.


If you fund your account and purchase with ETH or BTC, it will be converted to USDC at the time of purchase. An estimated conversion rate will be shown at the time of purchase and you will also incur a 0.50% transaction fee from CoinList for converting such funds. All purchases will be denominated in USD. You can deposit ETH and BTC into your CoinList Wallet anytime at https://coinlist.co/wallets.


What’s coming up next for Rally?

Expect to see significant growth in Rally’s developer community that will drive a multitude of new and interesting use cases. Additionally, core functionality on Rally.io will continue to evolve, as well as Community Activity Rewards. Expect to see new and interesting influencers and creators launch their own Creator Coin, as mass market adoption of social tokens continues.  


Rally is a decentralized project and, as its community continues to grow and mobilize, the community treasury and $RLY grants approved by the community will continue to incentivize individuals, agencies, developers, and organizations to build revenue generating businesses on top of the network.  


Is there a cap on how much I can purchase?

Participants are limited to a max purchase equivalent to USD $1,000. 

What do I need to know about the $RLY token, and what can I do with it?

$RLY is the governance token of the decentralized Rally Network. The Rally Network is not subject to centralized control. Instead, holders of $RLY vote in new creators as well as decide on core economic proposals in the network.  


$RLY can also be bridged in from the Ethereum mainnet to the Rally sidechain where it can be converted to, and is the underlying asset backing, Creator Coins. Creator Coins inherit the liquidity of the entire Rally Network through an automated money market (AMM) utilizing a token bonding curve. Every net positive Creator Coin purchase requires more $RLY tokens to be staked into smart contracts underlying the Creator Coin. 


A significant portion of the total $RLY token budget is allocated to network rewards (currently called Community Activity Rewards). Every hour of every day, creators who are growing their $RLY backing via more demand for their coin are accruing rewards in the form of $RLY that gets dropped periodically to the creator as well as users. This rewards system will continue to evolve. 


Can I participate in the sale without going through KYC?

No. Anyone who wants to participate in the sale must go through KYC/AML (Know Your Customer/Anti-Money Laundering) checks.


Why can’t U.S., Canadian, and Chinese residents participate in the $RLY sale?

The Rally community is committed to expanding the reach of $RLY in a compliant way. ns. Due to the regulatory uncertainty in the U.S, Canada, and China, $RLY tokens will not be available for purchase during the $RLY token sale and distribution to prospective participants in those, and other CoinList unsupported jurisdictions.


When and where can I see the $RLY I purchased in the $RLY token sale and distribution?

If you successfully participated in the $RLY token sale and distribution and received an allocation, you will be able to see your $RLY tokens in your CoinList Wallet sometime in Q2, 2021. Please note that those tokens will be locked and will not be released until October 4, 2021. You can find more information about the release schedule here.

Who are some of the creators using Rally and what are the use cases?

Rally currently has a variety of Twitch streamers, influencers, musicians, artists, brands, Discord server communities, and other types of content creators on the network. To provide a few quick examples:


  • Alliestrasza (Twitch streamer) - hosting tournaments with her coin being used for entry and prizing 
  • FanHOTS (Twitch streamer) - using his coin for donation alerts and hero requests
  • Portugal. The Man (Grammy-winning rock band) - set up a coinbot in their Discord server to gate access to exclusive content, “back-stage” access, and hidden channels based on coin holdings
  • GenG Esports (top Esports team) - using their coin to gate private Discord events where fans get access to players, coaches, and front-office staff
  • Bomani X (Clubhouse influencer) - using his coin as a tipping mechanism for key “on stage” moderators in his Clubhouse rooms


What is the Rally Network and what is its mission?

There is a growing tension between creators and the social media platforms that they homestead on. While creators drive the value and engagement for these platforms, they face significant issues such as lack of control in their fan relationships, poor economics and monetization, unpredictable policy changes, and censorship.  


The Rally Network opens up new monetization opportunities for creators that they themselves control, while also creating better alignment with fans by removing gatekeepers. It also empowers creators to let fans be a part of the economy being created around a creator’s brand.  


Why does the Rally Network use a hybrid sidechain and Ethereum mainnet approach?

Rally’s mission is to bring the next 100 million users into crypto. By leveraging a sidechain, the Rally Network is able to offer key usability features such as easy account creation (no need to manage a wallet), fiat on-ramps, low transaction fees, high transaction speeds, vertically integrated wallets and streamlined user interfaces. Additionally, the power of Creator Coins lies not in their existence alone, but in the powerful use cases that can be achieved. Rally’s sidechain API allows Creator Coins to operate as true “programmable money”, allowing Creator Coin information and transactions to be pulled outside of Rally.io. Creator Coins are already being integrated into streamer tools, Discord bots, websites and ecommerce stores, and this ecosystem will only grow due to Rally’s sidechain design.


That said, all Creator Coins are backed by $RLY, an ERC-20 token on Ethereum mainnet. While the day-to-day interactions on Rally happen on the sidechain, all the $RLY liquidity is on mainnet and is backstopped by the security of Ethereum. Users can use $RLY to “bridge in” and “bridge out” of the sidechain at any time. 


Can you explain more about how Creator Coins work?

To learn more about Creator Coins, we recommend reading the official explainer here.

Payments

How long do ether transactions take?

CoinList waits for 30 confirmations to consider an ETH or ERC-20 transaction final. Although typically this should only take about ~5 minutes,this can take anywhere from five minutes to four hours. You can see the number of confirmations in your CoinList wallet.

Setting Up 2FA

In order to use CoinList wallets, you must set up device based 2FA. CoinList does not support SMS or phone-based 2FA.


Enable Two-Factor Authentication

Use multi-factor authentication to secure your account. Once enabled, you'll be required to enter a code created by an app on your phone like Google Authenticator, Duo Mobile, or Microsoft Authenticator to log in to your CoinList account.


STEP 1

Get an authentication app for your phone or tablet by downloading and installing:

STEP 2

Open the authentication app, tap the "+" icon in the top right of the app, and scan the QR code image with your phone or tablet's camera.

Make sure to save the security codes in case you lose access to your 2FA device. 


STEP 3

Enter code generated by your app when prompted

Once the QR code is scanned, enter the 6-digit code generated by your authentication app in your CoinList account


You are done!

How long do wire and ACH transfers take?

Domestic Wire transfers can take up to 2-3 business days. 

International Wire transfers can take up to 5-7 business days. 


Normal ACH transfers can take up to 3-7 business days.

Instant ACH transfers are credited same day, but the debit may not be reflected in your bank account for up to 1-2 business days.


There are limits to the maximum amount you can fund your account via ACH. Please see coinlist.co/legal for the most up to date information. 

Are there deposit and withdrawal fees?

Other than as set forth below, CoinList does not charge fees associated with withdrawing or depositing crypto. However, the applicable network may charge transfer fees, which are not paid to CoinList or the custodian. 


CoinList Markets does not charge for ACH transfers or crypto transfers.


CoinList charges $10 per outgoing U.S. wire and $30 per outgoing foreign wire.

CoinList does not charge for incoming wires. 


If an incoming wire cannot be matched to your name, we will not attempt to return the wire if the amount is less than $10 for US bank accounts or $30 international bank accounts. Please contact customer support, if you believe a wire has not been properly credited to your account.

How long do bitcoin transactions take?

Bitcoin transactions have hundreds to thousands of confirmations from their networks to confirm that they are real transactions. CoinList waits for 6 confirmations to consider the transaction - this can take anywhere from thirty minutes to twelve hours.


How do I fund my CoinList wallet?

U.S. residents may deposit USD via ACH or wire. Simply click “deposit” from inside your USD wallet. In order to deposit via ACH you will have to link your bank account with Plaid. 


U.S. and foreign residents may deposit USD via wire. Simply click deposit from inside your USD wallet. 


U.S. and foreign residents may deposit via crypto. Simply click deposit from inside the appropriate crypto wallet. 


Can I fund my wallet or investments using my online exchange wallet?

Yes. 


For withdrawals, you should re-confirm the withdrawal address on both your 3rd party exchange wallet and CoinList prior to submitting a withdrawal. Exchanges have various policies for crypto deposits, and the sending addresses don't always match the receiving addresses. We recommend you designate a return address for which you hold the private keys. CoinList is not responsible for transfers being appropriately credited to your account at a 3rd party exchange. 

How to deposit CELO

You can deposit CELO to your CoinList wallet at any time. You can initiate a deposit by:


CELO Auction Lock-Up

For users who participated in the Celo Auction on CoinList. Per the terms of your purchase, your Celo will be locked for 12 months, with the first 10% available to transfer or trade 60 days after the auction and then each incremental 10 % unlocked every 30 days thereafter. Locked CELO is still available to participate in staking. 


Staking rewards earned during the lock-up period will be fully transferable after they have been distributed to your wallet. 


Previous CELO backers may have a lock-up as well. If you are not familiar with the terms of your lock-up, please visit our Help Center for more information. 

How to withdraw CELO

You can withdraw your CELO from CoinList at any time. You can initiate a withdraw by:

Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN)

If you have a Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN) account, you can connect your account to CoinList to enable instant USD deposits and withdrawals 24/7. Please visit our Help Center to request to connect your SEN account.

What's a wallet?

In general, a wallet is a program that enables users to send and receive digital currency and track their balances and transactions. They also store important security information: your public and private keys. There are several types of wallets: Hardware, Software, and Online. Hardware wallets store a user's private keys on a hardware device like a USB. Trezor and Ledger are popular hardware wallet brands. Software wallets run as an app on your phone or desktop. Online wallets run in the cloud and are accessible from any computer or smartphone in any location. 


CoinList offers online wallets. 


We also use the term "wallet" to describe your U.S. dollar account. 

Are my funds secure in CoinList Wallets?

Yes! CoinList works with a number of highly vetted 3rd party custodians and wallet providers including Anchorage, Bitgo, Gemini Custody, and Silvergate Bank to ensure the security of your assets. 


Funds held in cold storage are covered under the insurance policies of our custodian partners. Please note, not all funds are held in cold storage at all times. 



Are there fees for storing assets in CoinList wallets?

No, there are no fees for using CoinList wallets to store your crypto? If you make a crypto withdrawal, you will need to pay the applicable network fees which are not paid to CoinList or our custodian partners.

Compliance

What is a private banking account?

A “private banking” account is an account (or any combination of accounts) that requires a minimum aggregate deposit of $1,000,000, is established for one or more individuals and is assigned to or administered or managed by, in whole or in part, an officer, employee or agent of a financial institution acting as a liaison between the financial institution and the direct or beneficial owner of the account.  

What are the risks of purchasing virtual currencies?

  • virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or Securities Investor Protection Corporation protections;
  • legislative and regulatory changes or actions at the state, federal, or international level may adversely affect the use, transfer, exchange, and value of virtual currency;
  • transactions in virtual currency may be irreversible, and, accordingly, losses due to fraudulent or accidental transactions may not be recoverable;
  • some virtual currency transactions shall be deemed to be made when recorded on a public ledger, which is not necessarily the date or time that the customer initiates the transaction;
  • the value of virtual currency may be derived from the continued willingness of market participants to exchange fiat currency for virtual currency, which may result in the potential for permanent and total loss of value of a particular virtual currency should the market for that virtual currency disappear;
  • there is no assurance that a person who accepts a virtual currency as payment today will continue to do so in the future;
  • the volatility and unpredictability of the price of virtual currency relative to fiat currency may result in significant loss over a short period of time;
  • the nature of virtual currency may lead to an increased risk of fraud or cyber attack; 
  • the nature of virtual currency means that any technological difficulties experienced by the licensee may prevent the access or use of a customer’s virtual currency; and
  • any bond or trust account maintained by the licensee for the benefit of its customers may not be sufficient to cover all losses incurred by customers.

What is a foreign financial institution?

A foreign financial institution is: 


(1) a non-U.S. bank; 

(2) any branch or office located outside the United States of a broker-dealer; futures commission merchant or introducing broker; or open-end mutual fund company; 

(3) any other person organized under foreign law (other than a branch or office of such person in the United States) that, if it were located in the United States, would be a broker-dealer; futures commission merchant or introducing broker; or open-end mutual fund company; and 

(4) any person organized under foreign law (other than a branch or office of such person in the United States) that is engaged in the business of and is readily identifiable as: (a) a currency dealer or exchanger; or (b) a money transmitter.  


What is a foreign shell bank?

Foreign shell banks are non-U.S. banks without a physical presence in any country. A "foreign bank" is any bank organized under non-U.S. law or an agency, branch or office of a bank located outside the U.S. The term does not include an agent, agency, branch or office within the U.S. of a bank organized under foreign law.

What is KYC?

KYC stands for Know Your Customer and encompasses certain procedures that we employ to positively identify that you are, who you say you are. We use a number of tools to confirm your identity and ensure your eligibility for the CoinList services. This process can take between 0-3 business days for individuals, and for entities and trusts this can take up a week. 


You may be restricted from certain activities on the CoinList platform until you have completed identity verification. 


Who can use wallets? Who can buy and sell cryptocurrencies?

Subject to regulatory restrictions, anyone can use wallets, and anyone can buy and sell cryptocurrencies. There is no accreditation requirement. Users must complete KYC and identity verification. 


You can see a full list of supported jurisdictions here.


Why can't I access this page?

CoinList prides itself on offering compliant products and services. As part of our compliance program, we determine which users are able to access information about our offerings. 


We have determined that, due to regulatory uncertainty or restrictions, users in your location are not able to access the page you were attempting to reach.

Why am I failing KYC due to an “unsupported ID”?

CoinList determines which government-issued ID types are acceptable for each country/jurisdiction we service. We may change the list of acceptable documents in order to comply with our compliance program.

Trading

How do I redeem Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) for BTC?

To unwrap WBTC into BTC, you first need to have WBTC in your CoinList wallet. Once your wallet is funded with WBTC:


  • Click “Unwrap” from inside your WBTC wallet.
  • Enter the amount of WBTC you wish to swap into BTC
  • Click “Confirm Unwrap” to receive BTC directly in your BTC wallet.


WBTC will be debited from your WBTC wallet and you will receive BTC in your BTC wallet. 


Please note that you will have two different wallets. You will not receive BTC in your WBTC wallet. 


What is Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC)?

Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) is an ERC-20 token backed 1:1 by Bitcoin and held at Bitgo Trust, and the underlying holdings are verifiable here. WBTC brings the liquidity of Bitcoin to the Ethereum ecosystem. 


Users can wrap and unwrap BTC seamlessly via their CoinList wallet.

What are the fees?

You can find the most up to date information on trading fees here.


How do I make a trade?

When you're logged in, click on Trade in the left navigation. 


Once you see the trading screen. You will then be prompted to enter an amount of a specific cryptocurrency you wish to buy or sell. Once you have set the amount, you can preview the order. 


After selecting “preview order”, you will be presented with the price for your order. You will have 30 seconds to confirm the trade. If you do not confirm the trade within 30 seconds, you will be required to re-input your order. The price may change after the 30 second window. Once you confirm the order, the trade will be considered final and it will be executed, you will see the resulting balances in your applicable CoinList Wallets.

Are there minimum or maximum order sizes?

Yes, you can find the most up to date minimum and maximum trade limits here https://coinlist.co/legal


How long does it take to wrap and unwrap BTC?

A CoinList affiliate manages its own pool of BTC and WBTC, so the process is usually immediate. When demand is high, it is possible that the pool temporarily runs out of BTC or WBTC. If that is the case, the wrapping or unwrapping service will pause until the pool is replenished.


You may choose to hold your funds to be automatically converted when the pool is replenished. This situation is usually addressed within (6) to twenty-four (24) hours.


How to buy Bitcoin (BTC)

To buy Bitcoin (BTC)


  • 1. Create an account - Creating an account on CoinList takes minutes. You'll need to provide identity information. And we require 2-factor authentication for added security.
  • 2. Deposit U.S. dollars or crypto - Funding with U.S. dollars can be done with wires or ACH. You can also deposit U.S. dollar-based stablecoin, USDC. And you can deposit BTC, ETH, MKR, DAI, ALGO, and other cryptocurrencies.
  • 3. Buy BTC - Once your deposits have cleared, you're ready to go. You can store your BTC in your online CoinList wallet for free.

How to buy Algorand (ALGO)

To buy Algorand (ALGO):


  • 1. Create an account - Creating an account on CoinList takes minutes. You'll need to provide identity information. And we require 2-factor authentication for added security.
  • 2. Deposit U.S. dollars or crypto - Funding with U.S. dollars can be done with wires or ACH. You can also deposit U.S. dollar-based stablecoin, USDC. And you can deposit BTC, ETH, MKR, DAI, ALGO, and other cryptocurrencies. 
  • 3. Buy ALGO - Once your deposits have cleared, you're ready to go. You can store your ALGO in your online CoinList wallet for free.

Are there minimum price increments for orders?

Yes, but these are not uniform across all assets, please see https://coinlist.co/legal for the most up to date information. 

What are the fees to Wrap and Unwrap WBTC?

CoinList charges a flat 0.25% trading fee to wrap or unwrap WBTC.

How to buy Ethereum (ETH)

To buy Ether (ETH)


  • 1. Create an account - Creating an account on CoinList takes minutes. You'll need to provide identity information. And we require 2-factor authentication for added security.
  • 2. Deposit U.S. dollars or crypto - Funding with U.S. dollars can be done with wires or ACH. You can also deposit U.S. dollar-based stablecoin, USDC. And you can deposit BTC, ETH, ALGO, OXT, and other cryptocurrencies.
  • 3. Buy ETH - Once your deposits have cleared, you're ready to go. You can store your ETH in your online CoinList wallet for free.

How do I get Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC)?

To obtain WBTC, you first need to have BTC in your CoinList wallet. You can either directly deposit BTC in your wallet or you can buy BTC through CoinList. Once your wallet is funded with BTC: 


  • Click “Wrap” from inside your BTC wallet.
  • Enter the amount of BTC you wish to convert into WBTC
  • Click “Confirm Wrap” to process the transaction

BTC will be debited from your BTC wallet and you will receive WBTC in your WBTC wallet. 

Please note that you will have two different wallets. You will not receive WBTC into your BTC wallet. 

What assets can I trade?

You can view currently supported assets on https://coinlist.co/legal




How long does a trade take to clear?

Confirmed trades typically take only a few seconds to clear and to be reflected in your CoinList Wallet. 


How to buy Orchid (OXT)

To buy Orchid (OXT):


  • 1. Create an account - Creating an account on CoinList takes minutes. You'll need to provide identity information. And we require 2-factor authentication for added security.
  • 2. Deposit U.S. dollars or crypto - Funding with U.S. dollars can be done with wires or ACH. You can also deposit U.S. dollar-based stablecoin, USDC. And you can deposit BTC, ETH, MKR, DAI, ALGO, and other cryptocurrencies. 
  • 3. Buy OXT - Once your deposits have cleared, you're ready to go. You can store your OXT in your online CoinList wallet for free.

How to buy CELO

  • Create an account - Creating an account on CoinList takes minutes. You'll need to provide identity information. And we require 2-factor authentication for added security.
  •  Deposit U.S. dollars or crypto - Funding with U.S. dollars can be done with wires or ACH. You can also deposit the U.S. dollar-based stablecoins USDC and DAI. Additionally, you can deposit BTC, ETH, ALGO, OXT, MKR, and other cryptocurrencies.
  • Buy CELO - Once your deposits have cleared, you're ready to go. You can store your CELO in your online CoinList wallet for free.

How to buy Dai

To buy Dai:


  • 1. Create an account - Creating an account on CoinList takes minutes. You'll need to provide identity information. And we require 2-factor authentication for added security.
  • 2. Deposit U.S. dollars or crypto - Funding with U.S. dollars can be done with wires or ACH. You can also deposit U.S. dollar-based stablecoin, USDC. And you can deposit BTC, ETH, MKR, DAI, ALGO, and other cryptocurrencies.
  • 3. Buy DAI - Once your deposits have cleared, you're ready to go. You can store your DAI in your online CoinList wallet for free.

How to buy Maker (MKR)

To buy Maker (MKR):


  • 1. Create an account - Creating an account on CoinList takes minutes. You'll need to provide identity information. And we require 2-factor authentication for added security.
  • 2. Deposit U.S. dollars or crypto - Funding with U.S. dollars can be done with wires or ACH. You can also deposit U.S. dollar-based stablecoin, USDC. And you can deposit BTC, ETH, MKR, DAI, ALGO, and other cryptocurrencies.
  • 3. Buy MKR - Once your deposits have cleared, you're ready to go. You can store your MKR in your online CoinList wallet for free.

Do all users automatically have access to CoinList wallets & trading?

Depending on when you signed up for CoinList, you may need to complete additional compliance in order to use wallets and trading. You can complete your registration at https://coinlist.co/wallets/new.  New users should automatically have access to wallets and trading, subject to additional jurisdiction restrictions. 

Karma

How is Karma awarded?

CoinList Karma consists of two types of Karma awarded: (1) “starters” earned one-time and (2) “weekly” earned through weekly activities on CoinList. Our Karma program is evolving and as it does we will update this FAQ. CoinList may change the terms of the Karma Rewards program at any time.


CoinList Starter Karma is awarded once per milestone activity on the platform across staking, trading, lending, participation in experimental offerings (not currently open for participation), participation in validator/mining programs (not currently open for submissions), submitting a project to a CoinList hackathon (not currently open for submissions). Additionally, we award early adopters by awarding starter Karma to users who participated in our earliest sales and our most engaged users from the beginning (including partners and founders). 


Starter Karma categories and milestones: 

  • Staking features 3 milestone activities.
  • Governance features 1 milestone activity.
  • Lending and experimental issuer offerings like the NuCypher WorkLock, the Oasis ROSE Garden, or EGL Genesis earn 1 milestone per activity.
  • Trading features 4 milestone activities.


Staking:

  • Stake 1-2 assets.
  • Stake 3 or more assets.
  • Stake 1 or more assets over a 50-day period.

Governance

  • Participate in a governance vote on CoinList (limited to EGL Genesis participants).

Lending

  • Participate in an open lending program on CoinList.

Experimental Offerings

  • Participate in an experimental offering (currently not open for participation).

Validator Program

  • Participate in a validator/mining program (currently not open for participation).

Hackathon

  • Submit a project to an active hackathon program (currently not open for submission).

Trading:

  • Complete over 5 trades on Coinlist.co.
  • Complete over 5 trades on CoinList Mobile.
  • Complete over 5 WBTC conversions.
  • Complete a CoinList Pro trade. 


Weekly Karma:


Weekly Karma is awarded through weekly activities, including staking, governance, and trading. At the moment, you can earn weekly Karma via trading on CoinList and staking locked assets (Nucypher, Casper, Flow, Rose). This is subject to change.


Staking Weekly Karma:

-1.2% of locked staked assets (Nucypher, Casper, Flow, Rose) are converted to weekly Karma. Lock staking Karma begins to accrue once assets are locked.

-0.6% of your weekly auto staking volume (Algo, Celo, Mina, Vega) is converted to Karma points.


Weekly Karma is issued once a week on Monday and expires after 18-weeks. Users can earn up to 60 Karma per week for staking (locked and auto).


Trading Weekly Karma:

1% of trade volume is converted to weekly Karma. Karma is issued once a week on Monday and expires after 18-weeks. Users can earn up to 50 Karma per week for weekly trades on CoinList.


Governance Weekly Karma:

Users may receive 25 Karma for voting in each proposal, capped at 50 Karma per week. Karma will be awarded the Monday after the voting period closes.



Weekly Karma examples:


User 1 trades $1,000 in volume and $500 is lock-staked in Flow over a one-week period. The following week, the user will be awarded 10 Karma for trading and 6 Karma for staking, earning 16 total weekly Karma. 


User 2 stakes $6,000 of Flow over a week-period. The following week, User 2 is awarded 60 points due to the weekly cap.


Note, we additionally award Karma to folks who show exemplary community behavior based on our discretion. 


How do I earn Karma?

There are a number of ways to build your Karma score, including but not limited to the following:

  • Stake on CoinList
  • Lend on CoinList
  • Vote on governance proposals on CoinList
  • Participate in experimental issuer offerings like the NuCypher WorkLock, the Oasis (not currently open for participation)
  • Participate in active validator or miner program on CoinList (not currently open for participation)
  • Submit projects to CoinList hackathons (not currently open for submission)
  • Trade on CoinList


What is the Priority Queue?

The Priority Queue is an invite-only queue for token sales that is significantly shorter than the main token sale queue (in the low thousands compared to hundreds of thousands based on recent sales) and runs in parallel to the main queue. While Priority Queue invitees have a higher chance of securing an allocation, an allocation is not guaranteed. 


LobsterDAO Karma Drop FAQ

CoinList is collaborating with LobsterDAO to airdrop Karma to high value-add LobsterDAO members (based on engagement in the LobsterDAO Telegram groups and dictated by the LobsterDAO team) and to give them one month of free trading on CoinList Pro. 


CoinList's mission is to accelerate crypto advancement and adoption. We help the best crypto projects (ex. Filecoin, Solana, Flow, etc.) throughout their life cycles and give early adopters access to quality crypto assets before mainstream exchanges. 


CoinList Karma is a reflection of users’ contributions to token networks on CoinList. The greater a user’s contribution through value-add activities (ex. staking, governance, etc.), the higher their Karma. Eligible users with high levels of Karma can earn access to the Priority Queue on CoinList, an invite-only queue for token sales that is significantly shorter than the main token sale queue.


Terms of the drop:

  • Lobster NFT holders from the block 13825000 Snapshot will receive Karma in their CoinList accounts that will decay after two months. The exact amount and dates will be disclosed on or around January 2022.
  • Eligible users who do not reside in CoinList’s unsupported jurisdictions will receive one month of free trading on CoinList Pro, CoinList’s pro exchange. The exact dates will be disclosed on or around January 2022.


To receive the benefits, eligible users need to: 

  • Complete CoinList KYC at https://coinlist.co/lobsterdao-karma before 00:00 UTC, January 1, 2022.
  • Link your Ethereum address holding the Lobster NFT with your CoinList account by submitting your wallet address and signing a provided message at the end of the KYC flow.


Please note:

  • Only Lobster NFT holders from the block 13825000 Snapshot are eligible for this drop 
  • If you are eligible for the Karma airdrop and have an existing CoinList account, please use your existing account and do not create a new account.
  • Rest assured, CoinList takes security seriously and will not expose your Ethereum address nor your KYC information.
  • Users can earn more Karma by doing these activities.



What can I do with Karma?

We plan to introduce a variety of rewards soon, but for now users can track their status on the Karma page, and eligible users with a high level of Karma can earn access to the Priority Queue on CoinList.

What is CoinList Karma?

Karma is a point system that recognizes your contribution to token networks on CoinList through value-add activities (such as staking, lending, voting on governance proposals, and trading). The greater your contribution to token networks on CoinList, the more Karma you earn. At this time, Karma helps you qualify for the Priority Queue for token sales. The Priority Queue is an invite-only queue for token sales that is significantly shorter than the main token sale queue and runs in parallel to the main queue. We’ll be adding more Karma rewards in the coming months.

How can I check my Karma score?

Logged-in CoinList users can find their score on the Karma page, linked from your dashboard.


View my Karma »

When will Karma appear on my account?

Starter Karma


Staking Karma

  • Auto staked assets (Celo, Mina, Vega) Karma will be rewarded once your first staking rewards are distributed to your account.
  • Locked staked assets (Nucypher, Casper, Flow, Rose) Karma will be awarded once the upcoming staking period begins.

Governance Voting Karma will be awarded within a week after the voting period closes. 


Token Champion Karma is awarded to users who have registered for sales spanning over at least a year once the latest sale registration period is closed.


Lending Karma will be awarded when funds are locked in the program.


Trading Karma via CoinList.co, CoinList Pro, CoinList Mobile, & WBTC Conversions will appear on your account within a few hours, up to a day.


Karma for participating in (1) active validator or miner programs on CoinList, (2) submitting projects to active CoinList hackathons, and (3) participating in experimental issuer offerings will be awarded at the end of the offering / program. 


Weekly Karma


Staking

  • Locked staking assets (Nucypher, Casper, Flow, Rose) Karma will be awarded on the Monday after the upcoming staking period begins. 
  • Auto staked assets (Celo, Mina, Vega) Karma will be awarded on Monday for the previous weeks’  auto-staking asset balance

Trading

  • Trading Karma via CoinList.co, CoinList Pro, and CoinList Mobile will appear on your account on Monday for the previous weeks’ trading activity.

Governance

  • Karma from governance voting will be awarded the Monday after the voting period closes.


Starter Karma does not expire. Weekly Karma expires after 18-weeks on a rolling basis.


What is the free crypto withdrawal credit?

A crypto withdrawal credit allows a user to make one (1) free crypto withdrawal (up to $100). A withdrawal is defined as removing assets from CoinList. A user can use the credit on any crypto supported on CoinList. The credit covers the cost of network fees. The withdrawal credit expires at the end of the calendar month that it was awarded.  The free crypto withdrawal is limited to users with a minimum of 2,000 Karma at the beginning of each month.


Mobile

How do I set up 2FA?

In order to use the CoinList mobile app, you must set up device based 2FA. CoinList does not support SMS or phone-based 2FA.


Enable Two-Factor Authentication

Use multi-factor authentication to secure your account. Once enabled, you'll be required to enter a code created by an app on your phone like Google Authenticator, Duo Mobile, or Microsoft Authenticator to log in to your CoinList account.


STEP 1

Get an authentication app for your phone or tablet by downloading and installing:


STEP 2

Open the authentication app, tap the "+" icon in the top right of the app, and scan the QR code image with your phone or tablet's camera.

Make sure to save the security codes in case you lose access to your 2FA device. 


STEP 3

Enter code generated by your app when prompted

Once the QR code is scanned, enter the 6-digit code generated by your authentication app in your CoinList account


You are done!

The "New device approval" email link didn't work - What do I do now?

The first time you log in to the CoinList iOS / Android app, you will be asked to press the "Approve this device" link that is sent to your email. For some users, the link opens the phone's browser instead of the CoinList app. This prevents the app from approving the device. Here are a few workarounds:

1. Try long-pressing the link. Your email app may display an option for you to "open link" in the CoinList app.

2. For iOS, if (1) doesn't work, try pulling down the webpage in Safari. Safari may display a banner with the option to "open link" in the CoinList app.

3. For Android

  • go to your phone settings
  • search for "opening links"
  • find "CoinList" under Installed Apps
  • select "allow app to open supported links" or "ask every time"
4. Please make sure you are clicking on the most recent "New device approval" email that is sent to you after your log in attempt.


If you're still running into issues, please submit a ticket here.

Security & 2FA

CoinList use two-factor authentication (2FA) for every account and most transactions, and we partner with top custodians like BitGo and Gemini Custody so your funds are safe. Funds held in cold storage are insured by our custodian partners' insurance policies. Best of all, crypto storage is free. We don’t charge any custody or wallet fees when using  the CoinList app.

What is KYC/AML?

KYC stands for Know Your Customer and encompasses certain procedures that we employ to positively identify that you are, who you say you are. We use a number of tools to confirm your identity and ensure your eligibility for the CoinList services. This process can take between 0-3 business days for individuals, and for entities and trusts this can take up a week. 


In order to trade on the CoinList mobile app, you need to pass identity verification and KYC/AML (Know Your Customer/Anti-Money Laundering) checks. These checks apply equally to U.S. and non-U.S. residents. In general, you will need to provide name, address, a selfie, and government-issued ID image. You may be restricted from certain activities on the CoinList platform until you have completed identity verification. 




What is CoinList and the CoinList Mobile App?

CoinList is where early adopters trade and earn the best digital assets.


With the CoinList app, you can:

- Buy and sell bitcoin, ether, and other leading cryptocurrencies with U.S. dollars or stablecoins

- Securely store, deposit and send your crypto using our best-in-class custody partners with no fees

- Earn yield on proof-of-stake assets like Celo (5.4% APY as of Aug 3, 2020)

- Convert your bitcoin into wrapped bitcoin and start participating in DeFi

- Coming soon: new assets like Filecoin



I have questions about payments on the mobile app: How do I link my bank account, how long does a crypto transaction take, etc.?

For all information regarding payments and CoinList wallets, please see: https://coinlist.co/help/payments

Topics include:

  • How long do wire and ACH transfers take?
  • How long do bitcoin transactions take?
  • How long do ether transactions take?
  • Can I fund my wallet using my online exchange wallet?
  • Are there deposit and withdrawal fees?
  • Are my funds secure in CoinList Wallets?
  • Are there fees for storing assets in CoinList Wallets?

I have questions about staking and rewards

For all answers to questions about various reward programs and staking, please visit coinlist.co/help/rewards


Topics include

  • CoinList Referral Rewards
  • What is CELO staking?
  • Orchid (OXT) Rewards
  • What is staking?
  • Opting out of automatic CELO staking
  • Is there a fee associated with staking on CoinList?
  • How do I earn staking rewards on CoinList?
  • Which assets does CoinList provide staking for?
  • When will I be able to deposit additional CELO into CoinList to start earning rewards?


Who can use CoinList Mobile App?

Most people can use the CoinList Mobile App! As long as you have a compatible device and reside in one of our supported jurisdictions. 


U.S. people from more states can trade and store virtual currencies on CoinList as long as they meet local laws regarding investment compliance and complete KYC. Non-US residents can trade on CoinList as long as they meet local laws regarding investment compliance. Please visit coinlist.co/legal for more information on support jurisdictions and visit our Help Center for any questions.


What is the six-digit passcode?

When you log in to the CoinList iOS / Android app for the first time, you will be asked to choose a six-digit passcode. 


This passcode is just for accessing the app and is different from your CoinList two-factor authentication code. 


The six-digit passcode adds another layer of protection to your account because many users have their multi-factor authenticator app on the same phone as the app. There is also an option for you to enable biometric (face or fingerprint) unlock. 


If you forget your passcode, you can logout and log back in again and the app will ask you to set a new passcode.

I have questions about trading on the mobile app: How do I trade on the mobile app? How much are the fees? Etc.

For all information on trading related questions for the mobile app, please visit: https://coinlist.co/help/trading


Topics include:

  • How do I make a trade?
  • What are the fees?
  • How long does a trade take to clear?
  • Are there minimum price increments for orders?
  • What assets does CoinList support for trading?
  • What is Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC)?
  • How do I get Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC)?
  • How do I redeem Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) for BTC?
  • How long does it take to wrap and unwrap BTC?



What are the minimum device requirements for the CoinList mobile app

For the iOS, you will need a device with iOS 11.4+ and screen no smaller than the iPhone SE 


For Android, you will a device with at least Android 5.X (API level 21). All android versions are supported up to Android 10.X  A recent Android phone should work with the CoinList App. An example of a minimum specs for a supported device is the LG Nexus 5. 


Why do you need my SSN?

Your SSN is required under our KYC/AML policy. We verify US investor's social security number and birthdate against credit records then verify the investment signatory against OFAC and similar databases to flag prohibited or high risk persons and entities.


What are the risks of owning or trading in virtual currencies?

What are the risks of owning or trading in virtual currencies?

  • virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or Securities Investor Protection Corporation protections;
  • legislative and regulatory changes or actions at the state, federal, or international level may adversely affect the use, transfer, exchange, and value of virtual currency;
  • transactions in virtual currency may be irreversible, and, accordingly, losses due to fraudulent or accidental transactions may not be recoverable;
  • some virtual currency transactions shall be deemed to be made when recorded on a public ledger, which is not necessarily the date or time that the customer initiates the transaction;
  • the value of virtual currency may be derived from the continued willingness of market participants to exchange fiat currency for virtual currency, which may result in the potential for permanent and total loss of value of a particular virtual currency should the market for that virtual currency disappear;
  • there is no assurance that a person who accepts a virtual currency as payment today will continue to do so in the future;
  • the volatility and unpredictability of the price of virtual currency relative to fiat currency may result in significant loss over a short period of time;
  • the nature of virtual currency may lead to an increased risk of fraud or cyber attack; 
  • the nature of virtual currency means that any technological difficulties experienced by the licensee may prevent the access or use of a customer’s virtual currency; and
  • any bond or trust account maintained by the licensee for the benefit of its customers may not be sufficient to cover all losses incurred by customers.


DFINITY Community Airdrop

Do I need to complete a KYC verification again?

Previously, registered participants were required to complete a KYC verification to qualify to participate in the DFINITY Community Airdrop. For some participants, your original KYC may still be valid and sufficient for you to be eligible for a CoinList Wallet, while others may need to update information and/or complete additional verification procedures to gain access to a CoinList Wallet.


When will the ICP tokens be accessible?

ICP tokens will be unlocked and accessible shortly after public launch of the Internet Computer.


What can I do with my ICP tokens?

ICP tokens can be used in two ways:

  • ICP tokens can be used to create “Cycles” (aka, fuel): Software hosted on the Internet Computer must be charged up with Cycles in order to run. These act as fuel that the software consumes in the course of its normal operation, such as when it executes low-level instructions or maintains data in memory. To create Cycles, you have to burn ICP tokens. Because burned ICP tokens disappear, and Cycles also disappear when they are used to fuel computation by hosted software.  
  • ICP tokens can be used to participate in governance: The Internet Computer network is controlled by an algorithmic governance system called the Network Nervous System (NNS). It will be possible to lock ICP tokens within the NNS to create “neurons” that allow you to vote on proposals that affect the network’s operation, and in return receive voting rewards in the form of additional ICP tokens. 


Whom should I contact for support?

For support relating to the DFINITY Community Airdrop or CoinList Wallets, please visit our Help Center for.


If my ICP token allocation was 100+ CHF, what is my final allocation?

For registered participants who were originally notified that their allocation was “100+ CHF,” the final ICP token allocation awarded will be 120 CHF. 


Where do I check my DFINITY Community Airdrop registration status?

You can check your airdrop registration status at https://coinlist.co/dfinity


How do I confirm my ICP token allocation?

You can confirm your ICP token allocation by completing the CoinList Wallet creation process and reviewing the placeholder ICP tokens in your wallet. You must use the email address related to your registration for the DFINITY Community Airdrop.


How do I see my ICP token balance?

Once you have successfully completed the verification process to gain access to a CoinList Wallet, you will be able to see a representation of your ICP token balance in your CoinList Wallet. 


What are Internet Computer Protocol (ICP) tokens?

For the DFINITY Community Airdrop, DFN tokens will now be allocated as ICP tokens. As it relates to this airdrop, there is no difference between DFN tokens and ICP tokens, nor does it affect your allocation.


Is signing up for a CoinList Wallet the only way to receive my DFINITY Community Airdrop token allocation?

Yes, you will need to sign up for a CoinList Wallet and pass the associated KYC verification if prompted, to be eligible to receive your ICP token allocation. 


What if I’ve lost my registration details related to the airdrop?

If you do not have access to your registration details related to the DFINITY Community Airdrop, please visit our Help Center. Inquiries will be assessed on a case-by-case basis, and there are no guarantees that we will be able to process your ICP token allocation. 


I’d like to know more about ICP tokens. When will this information become available?

The DFINITY Foundation will release more information closer to the public launch of the Internet Computer. In the meantime, please visit FAQs at dfinity.org


Will I need to pay an administrative fee for the CoinList Wallet or KYC?

No, there is no administrative fee associated with the creation of your CoinList Wallet or KYC verification. 


What is the release schedule associated with ICP from the DFINITY Community Airdrop?

ICP tokens from the DFINITY Community Airdrop will release monthly on the 10th over a 12 month period directly in your CoinList Wallet


What can I do with my ICP tokens?

ICP tokens can be used in two ways:


  • ICP tokens can be used to create “cycles” (aka, fuel): Software hosted on the Internet Computer must be charged up with cycles in order to run. These act as fuel that the software consumes in the course of its normal operation. To learn more about cycles, please visit [blog post]. If you’d like to begin building on the Internet Computer, you can access a cycle wallet at [link to wallet]
  • ICP tokens can be used to participate in governance: The Internet Computer network is controlled by an algorithmic governance system called the Network Nervous System (NNS). It will be possible to lock ICP tokens within the NNS to create “neurons” that allow you to vote on proposals that affect the network’s operation, and in return receive voting rewards in the form of additional ICP tokens. To learn more about neuron management, please visit: [blog post]. You can also get started on the [Internet Computer App].


What happens to ICP tokens that are unclaimed?

Participants in the 2018 DFINITY Community Airdrop will have 12 months to claim their CoinList wallet and ICP token allocation at this time. Wallets that have not been claimed by the end of this period will have their vested ICP returned to the DFINITY Foundation for use in future community programs. 


If I participated in the DFINITY Community Airdrop, how can I claim my ICP tokens?

If you participated in the DFINITY Community Airdrop, please head to https://coinlist.co/dfinity and click on “Check Your Airdrop Registration Status” to verify your registration. 


You may be asked to ensure that your KYC info is up to date and that your airdrop allocation is connected to the correct CoinList account and wallet. Once your wallet has been connected, you will see your ICP utility tokens at https://coinlist.co/wallets


If I participated in the DFINITY Community Airdrop, when will I receive my ICP tokens?

Your ICP tokens for the DFINITY Community Airdrop have been distributed to your CoinList Wallet at https://coinlist.co/wallets


If I participated in the DFINITY Community Airdrop, where can I see my ICP tokens?

If you participated in the DFINITY Community Airdrop, you will be able to see your ICP tokens at https://coinlist.co/wallets

General

What is CoinList?

CoinList is where early adopters invest in and trade the best digital assets.

Can non-US residents use CoinList?

Non-US investors can invest and trade on CoinList as long as they meet local laws regarding investment compliance. Please visit coinlist.co/legal for more information and visit our Help Center for any questions.


Temporary service reduction during Casper token sale

On Monday, 22 March 2021 at 23:00 UTC, the following services will be temporarily disabled to allow for the heavy traffic we're expecting to see for the Casper token sale: 


  • Trading on CoinList.co and Mobile (CoinList Pro will remain enabled)
  • Withdrawals 
  • Transfers to and from CoinList Pro

The expected duration of this partial service outage is 4-5 hours. Please stay tuned to status.coinlist.co for updates. 

What is Token Sale Manager?

Token Sale Manager (formerly "ComplyAPI") empowers digital asset companies and networks to run a compliant token sale by providing tools to manage investors, meet compliance requirements, sign and distribute documents, and securely accept payments.

Is CoinList licensed or regulated?

CoinList Markets, LLC is registered as a money services business with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), Registration Number 31000158383629. CoinList Markets, LLC is registered with the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System and Registry (NMLS), ID number 1785267. 


CoinList Services, LLC is a technology services company that assists with the compliant purchase and sale of tokens and is not a licensed entity.


CoinList Lend, LLC is a proprietary cryptocurrency lender and is not a licensed entity. 


CoinList also operates other entities. You can view the full list of entities and affiliates and their associated licenses at coinlist.co/legal

What is 2FA?

CoinList use two-factor authentication (2FA) for every account and most transactions, and we partner with top custodians like BitGo and Gemini Custody so your funds are safe. Funds held in cold storage are insured by our custodian partners' insurance policies. Best of all, crypto storage is free. We don’t charge any custody or wallet fees when using CoinList or the CoinList app.


Flow sale & auction

When will FLOW tokens be transferable?

FLOW tokens from the CoinList Community Sale have a two-year lockup period, with 50% of the tokens unlocking after one year. Locked tokens cannot be transferred but they are eligible for staking and delegation during the lockup period. There's more info here.


FLOW tokens from the CoinList Auction tokens have a one-year lockup period. They are also eligible for staking and delegation during the lockup period.


Staking rewards are freely transferable as soon as they are claimed. 

Using CoinList Wallets for your Flow Distribution

CoinList will support the distribution, storage and staking of FLOW through CoinList Wallets. By default your purchase of FLOW will be distributed to your CoinList Wallet. There are no actions required to receive your FLOW distribution to your CoinList wallet. 


CoinList Wallets

CoinList wallets are built on secure custody and technology infrastructure provided by our partner custodians including Anchorage, Bitgo, Gemini Custody, and Finoa. If you decide to use CoinList Wallets, your FLOW will be held at Finoa. 


Upon distribution, your FLOW will be held with our custody providers and you will be available to view your FLOW balance through your CoinList wallet. Your FLOW will be available for transfer and trading at the end of the applicable lock-up and vesting periods.


There is no cost to use CoinList wallets or to store your FLOW with CoinList. 


Staking FLOW

CoinList will support staking through CoinList wallets. CoinList partners with Bison Trails to provide staking services to users. If you choose CoinList wallets, you will automatically be enrolled in FLOW staking. CoinList will charge an 8% commission on staking rewards. You may opt out of staking at anytime by submitting a ticket here.


CoinList will be able to run three different node types on Flow to maximize staking rewards for our users once the reward coefficient begins to adjust staking rewards for different node types. 


How much are FLOW staking rewards?

The Flow network currently has the following estimated annual staking reward rates:

  • Weeks 1-5: 20%
  • After week 5: 5%

Staking started on December 16th. The rates shown above are all annualized and do not take into account the 8% CoinList commission. Staking rewards are paid out monthly and will vary month by month based on the period and epochs. 


You will accrue staking rewards on your FLOW while your FLOW is locked up per the terms of the sale and/or auction. 


Please note, you will not be able to withdraw staking rewards and we do not anticipate supporting withdrawals or deposits support for FLOW before the end of January 2021. 



About the Token Sale + Auction

The Flow Community Sale begins on September 22st, 2020 and is open through Friday, October 2nd 5pm UTC. Participants are able to purchase up to a maximum of 10,000 FLOW tokens at the same price as private pre-launch backers ($1k equivalent). This cap is set to ensure broad community distribution and allow for maximum participation.

 

Alongside the Community Sale, Dapper is conducting a Dutch Auction that will be held on October 6th at 12PM UTC.

What jurisdictions are eligible to participate in the sale?

The auction and sale are only available to non-US and non-Canada residents, and residents of non-restricted jurisdictions. 


Restricted jurisdictions include the United States of America (including its territories), Canada, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Cuba, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Crimea, People’s Republic of China, Bahamas, Belarus, Botswana, Burundi, Cambodia, Central African Republic, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Cuba, Ethiopia, Ghana, Islamic Republic of Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Yemen, and Zimbabwe.


Each token offering's supported jurisdictions may vary. To view the jurisdictions eligible to use the CoinList platform please visit: https://coinlist.co/legal.


What is the release schedule of tokens?

Community Sale tokens are subject to a holding period where transfer restrictions apply. 50% of tokens become freely transferable after a one year cliff, the remaining 50% vest on a monthly basis over the following year. This matches the same transfer restrictions accepted by pre-launch purchasers. 


Dutch Auction tokens are subject to a one year holding period after which all tokens become freely transferable. 



What is the referral bonus?

The referral bonus allows you to earn 500 Flow for each person you refer that successfully participates in the community sale or dutch auction. You must also make a successful purchase in order to be eligible, a referral link will be provided once you complete your purchase. This bonus is designed to encourage purchasers from around the world to actively engage with Flow. 

What is FLOW?

FLOW is the native currency for the Flow network, the exclusive token for staking, governance, payment of transaction fees, and the principal reserve asset on the network. 

How will my FLOW be distributed to me?

  • By default, you will receive your FLOW tokens in your CoinList Wallet. There is no storage fee for storing your Flow through CoinList.
  • There is no action needed to use CoinList Wallets.
  • If you choose CoinList for your distribution, your tokens will be delegated to nodes run by Bison Trails and CoinList. More details coming soon.
  • You may choose to receive your distribution to an external wallet or custody service.
  • In order to receive your FLOW distribution outside of CoinList through an external custody option, you must submit and confirm your external address before 12:00 PM PDT on October 26th.
  • Address generation at external providers is not yet available; CoinList and Flow will share further instructions as they become available.
  • Vesting and lock-up periods begin today, October 16, for all purchasers including those that participated in previous sales outside of CoinList

How do I fund my purchase?

We will display payment information once the Sale Period starts. You can pay with USD, USDC, BTC, or ETH.


If you fund your account and purchase tokens with USD or USDC, there are no fees. You can deposit USDC and USD into your CoinList wallet anytime at https://coinlist.co/wallets.


If you fund your account and purchase with ETH or BTC, it will be converted to USDC at the time of purchase. An estimated conversion rate will be shown at the time of purchase and you will also incur a 0.25% transaction fee from CoinList for converting such funds. All purchases will be denominated in USD. You can deposit ETH and BTC into your CoinList wallet anytime at https://coinlist.co/wallets.


FLOW Distribution Options

By default, your FLOW will be distributed to your CoinList Wallet. Starting next week, you’ll have options to create Flow accounts for holding your FLOW with other providers. An overview of all the available distribution options, including CoinList Wallets, is presented below:


  • CoinList - the default option for the delivery of your FLOW
  • Kraken 
  • Finoa 
  • Blocto 
  • Ledger - pending app store approval 


CoinList and the Flow Team will provide updates on each provider as they become available. 


What are accepted forms of payment?

ETH, BTC, USDC, USD

Am I able to participate in staking during the one-year holding period?

Yes, tokens can be staked or delegated normally even while they are subject to transfer restrictions.

Where can I learn more about Flow?

Flow Primer - https://www.onflow.org/primer 

Flow Homepage - https://www.onflow.org/ 

Technical Papers - https://www.onflow.org/technical-paper 

Token Economics - https://www.onflow.org/flow-token-economics

Offerings

What if my wire does not clear before the sale close?

If your transfer comes in after today's registration deadline, we cannot guarantee your allocation since the token purchases are on a first-come first-serve basis. I apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.

Which types of currency can I invest with on CoinList?

You can invest with US dollars, Bitcoin, Ether, or USD-C. 

Investing with Crypto: What is the estimated price?

When you start the investment flow, we show you an estimated conversion rate from crypto. This price is not final and may not reflect the actual investment amount. Your final price is determined once the conversion is executed. For example, if you wait 30 minutes to send BTC after completing the investment flow, the price may have gone up or down in that time. Once we receive your crypto transaction, we will send an email confirmation specifying the price at which we converted your crypto into USD or USDC, the fees charged by CoinList Markets LLC as well as your final investment amount.


Why was my crypto converted?

All investments done via CoinList are denominated in USD, and so regardless of whether someone pays with crypto or USD, we will denominate your investment in USD (or USDC). You can read about how we determine a conversion rate at https://coinlist.co/help/how-is-the-price-determined.


In many cases, issuers want to allow investors to participate with crypto but do not want to hold crypto on their balance sheets. In those cases, CoinList will convert your investment into USD (or another cryptocurrency that the issuer wants to hold).

Investing with crypto - do I need to do anything to complete the conversion?

No - when you invest in a Token Sale on CoinList with crypto, we will automatically convert your crypto into the currencies that are being accepted by the issuer. Once you have transferred the crypto, you do not need to perform any further actions and will receive an email confirmation. If you do not wish to have CoinList Markets LLC convert your crypto you may convert your cryptocurrency elsewhere and use such converted currency instead.


Investing with crypto - how do I determine my final investment amount?

If you invested with USD or USDC, your investment amount will be the same amount as your investment less any applicable wire or network fees (not charged by CoinList).


If you invested with BTC or ETH, your final price and investment amount is determined once the conversion is executed and you receive a confirmation. Your final investment amount will be the converted amount of USD or USDC less the applicable fees. 


Your investment is not confirmed until after the payment is received and you complete all the required documentation.  


Investing with crypto - what if I don’t like the price provided by CoinList?

By using the conversion services, you are agreeing in advance to the final price determined by CoinList. If you would like to control the conversion price, please convert any crypto to USD or USDC prior to initiating the investment. 


Investing with crypto - how is the conversion price determined?

We display an estimated price as you are going through the investment flow [read more]. If you deposit crypto into your CoinList wallet immediately after finishing this step, it will likely be close to the actual conversion rate. However, we cannot guarantee this - conversion rates are determined by the market and can change quickly. 


Once we receive crypto, we will initiate the conversion and our liquidity partners provide a conversion price. CoinList selects the best price from among the offers. This is the price you will receive.

Fil Lending

What is Filecoin Lending on CoinList?

Filecoin lending on CoinList is a way for you to put your FIL to work by simply lending your FIL to CoinList. The Filecoin ecosystem is very young and many network participants are in need of FIL to supplement their working capital. 


We are currently running the 32nd FIL Lending Program through CoinList. Participants have one option to lend their FIL: 


1. A 180-day loan with no early termination. Participants will earn a fixed 10.0% APY for 180 days – a net 4.93% return.


The 32nd lending period opens September 22nd and closes October 10th.


Participants who lend their FIL for will receive their principal + accumulated interest denominated in FIL back into their CoinList wallets at the end of the loan term. 


The loan start date for all loans in the 32nd lending program will be October 10th. Once all loans are deployed, you'll be able to track your loan with the loan dashboard in your CoinList Filecoin wallet. 

How much will I earn by participating?

In the 32nd FIL Lending Program, participants have one option to lend their FIL: 


Option 1: 180 day loan with no early termination

  • Participants will earn a fixed 10.0% APY on the principal FIL lent to CoinList for 180 days, resulting in a fixed net 4.93% return.

How do I participate in Filecoin Lending on CoinList?

Participants have one option to lend their FIL through FIL Lending 32


If you’d like to learn more about FIL Lending on CoinList, please visit the landing page here: https://coinlist.co/fil-lending

When will I receive my funds back?

Here is the timeline for the 32nd FIL Lending Program through CoinList:


September 22, 2022: Lending period opens 

October 10, 2022, 9:00 am PST: Lending period deadline 

October 10, 2022: Loan start date 

April 8, 2023: Principal + interest distributed back into CoinList wallets unless terminated at an earlier date


Lending will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Earlier loans will be prioritized over later loans. CoinList may close the loan period early based on lender demand. Once your loan has started, you will not be able to access that FIL until loan maturity. 

What is the minimum loan size to participate?

5 or 100 FIL depending on the program.

How is my FIL being lent out?

Your FIL is being lent out to trusted Filecoin network participants that have successfully onboarded with CoinList. This includes, but is not limited to, Filecoin storage miners and liquidity providers. 


All counterparties must pass KYC/AML and all loans issued are collateralized. 


Who is eligible to participate?

All users from CoinList's supported jurisdictions, except residents of Belarus and Venezuela.


Users from certain unsupported jurisdictions can still participate but it requires a manual process to execute the loan. For that reason, we require external FIL lenders to lend a minimum of $50k worth of FIL. 


If you're in an unsupported jurisdiction and would like to participate, please email charlie@coinlist.co 

Can I participate with unvested FIL?

You are only able to participate with vested FIL in the lending program. If you have additional FIL that is set to vest before the deadline,you may submit more loans as more FIL becomes vested.  Please visit our Help Center if you have additional questions. 


What assets can I use to participate?

To participate, you must lend FIL to CoinList to participate. If you do not have FIL and would like to participate, you can purchase FIL on CoinList or CoinList Pro with USD, USDT, USDC, BTC, and/or ETH. 


Where will my funds be held when they’re not being lent out?

Your FIL will be held at Gemini Custody, one of CoinList’s verified custodians.


Uniswap Mining

What is liquidity mining?

Liquidity mining is a term used in decentralized finance (DeFi) applications where users supply liquidity to decentralized financial applications and receive rewards for doing so. In the context of Uniswap, liquidity mining refers to users (Liquidity Providers, or LPs) supplying both assets to a given trading pair market so that the protocol can execute trades. 


Whenever liquidity is deposited into a pool, special tokens known as liquidity tokens are minted to the Liquidity Provider’s address, in proportion to how much liquidity they contributed to the pool. These tokens are a representation of a Liquidity Provider’s contribution to a pool. Whenever a trade occurs, the 0.3% fee is levied and is distributed pro-rata to all Liquidity Providers in the pool at the moment of the trade. The user is able to claim the fees when they take their assets back from the protocol. 


Beyond receiving trading fees for supplying liquidity, liquidity providers on Uniswap for eligible markets will also receive UNI tokens for providing their service. 


Liquidity providers will earn UNI proportional to their contribution liquidity. The UNI and ETH earned through liquidity mining are not subject to any vesting or lock up. 

How much UNI can I earn?

Uniswap announced that 5,000,000 UNI will be allocated per pool to liquidity providers proportional to liquidity, which roughly translates to:

  • 83,333.33 UNI per pool per day
  • 13.5 UNI UNI per pool per block

These UNI are not subject to vesting or lock up.


On CoinList, users will receive a pro-rata share of the UNI earned through the program relative to their contribution to the Uniswap Mining program on CoinList. The amount of UNI earned by all the participants will vary depending on how much liquidity CoinList supplies to Uniswap on behalf of our participants. 


Example: Contribution of $1M



Estimated ETH and UNI Rewards for Eligible Uniswap Liquidity Pools       

Pool Allocation Contribution Amount Est. Pool Share Est. Daily ETH Rewards (USD) Est. Daily Uni Rewards (USD) Est. Total ETH Rewards (USD) Est. Total UNI Rewards (USD) Value at End (USD) Yield APY
ETH/USDC 25% $250,000 0.07% $93.17 $284.62 $4,291.23 $13,109.47 $267,400.70 6.96% 54.05%
ETH/USDT 25% $250,000 0.06% $133.04 $267.64 $6,127.69 $12,327.65 $268,455.34 7.38% 57.33%
ETH/DAI 25% $250,000 0.08% $74.88 $343.12 $3,448.86 $15,804.12 $269,252.97 7.70% 59.81%
ETH/WBTC 25% $250,000 0.06% $34.02 $255.08 $1,566.85 $11,749.01 $263,315.86 5.33% 41.36%
Total 100% $1,000,000 $335.10 $1,150.46 $15,434.63 $52,990.25 $1,068,424.88 6.84% 53.14%

Data provided above is only an estimate. Actual results will vary. Liquidity Pool data collected via Uniswap smart contracts 9/23/2020. Volume per pool estimated at ETH/USDC (135k ETH), ETH/USDT (205k ETH), ETH/DAI (90K ETH) , ETH/wBTC (55k ETH) based on previous 30 day average volume per pool. Assumes ETH price of $344.85 and UNI price of $5.15 and fixed pool sizes, ETH price, and UNI price.  

What is Uniswap

Uniswap is a protocol for exchanging ERC-20 tokens on Ethereum. It eliminates centralized intermediaries and unnecessary forms of rent extraction, allowing for fast, efficient trading. 


Rather than relying on order books to facilitate trade, Uniswap is an automated liquidity protocol. 

In practical terms this means there are template smart contracts that define a standard way to make liquidity pools and corresponding markets that are compatible with each other. 


There is no orderbook, no centralized party and no central facilitator of trade. Each pool is defined by a smart contract that includes a few functions to enable swapping tokens, adding liquidity and more. At its core each pool uses the function x*y=k to maintain a curve along which trades can happen.


Prices are determined by the amount of each token in a pool. The smart contract maintains a constant using the following function: x*y=k. 


In this case x = token0, y = token1, k = constant. For each trade a certain amount of tokens are removed from the pool for an amount of the other token. To maintain k, the balances held by the smart contract are adjusted during the execution of the trade, therefore changing the price.


Uniswap is one of the most used applications on Ethereum with 

  • $20B+ in lifetime volume
  • 250k+ unique addresses that have used the protocol
  • 8400+ unique assets available on the platform
  • Daily volumes greater than $100M


How long will my funds be locked up for?

Your funds will be deployed into Uniswap until 11/17. Your funds will be distributed back to you by 11/24. 

What is Uniswap Mining on CoinList?

Through Uniswap Mining on CoinList, users are able to earn the new UNI governance token by committing funds to Uniswap liquidity pools.


Get exposure to UNI while limiting complications 

  • Avoid directly managing the process of liquidity mining
  • Avoid directly interacting with smart contracts
  • Avoid managing multiple asset pools (participate with a simple USD deposit)
  • Avoid high transaction fees and gas costs

CoinList helps you navigates Uniswap mining

Deployment and Rebalancing. CoinList helps you manage the rebalancing and deployment of funds into Uniswap liquidity pools on behalf of participants. 


Earnings. Participants on CoinList receive their pro-rata share of accumulated exchange fees and UNI tokens at the end of the Uniswap Mining program.


Simple Funding. On CoinList, participants will be able to fund their Uniswap Mining participation with USD, USDT, BTC, wBTC, ETH, USDC, and/or DAI.


Details

  • CoinList will deploy participant's assets equally to each eligible Uniswap pool (ETH/USDC, ETH/USDT, ETH/DAI, and ETH/wBTC)
  • Participants’ assets will be rebalanced into approximately 50% ETH, 12.5% USDC, 12.5% USDT, 12.5% DAI, and 12.5% wBTC immediately prior to the deployment to the protocol; this allocation allows liquidity providers to put up a balanced amount of crypto to each pool (50% ETH and 50% of the counterasset in each of the four pools). 
  • There will be at least two deployments to the Uniswap Liquidity Pools for CoinList users.
  • The first deployment will be Oct 2, 2020, and the second deployment will be Oct 9, 2020.The deadline for providing assets will be the morning of the deployment i.e. Oct 2, 2020, 9:00 am PDT and Oct 9, 2020, 9:00 am PDT. 
  • All funds will be retrieved from the protocol on Nov 17, 2020 and CoinList will plan to distribute the initial assets as rebalanced into the pooled assets to participants prior to Nov 24, 2020, along with all rewards earned. 


What is UNI?

UNI is the newly announced governance token for the Uniswap protocol. UNI holders will have immediate ownership of:


  • Votes regarding the use of the UNI community treasury
  • Changes to the protocol fee 
  • eth ENS
  • Uniswap Default List (tokens.uniswap.eth)

UNI is not being distributed via a token sale, but rather the token will be distributed to network participants who participate in the network and supply liquidity to eligible markets on Uniswap. 


Will CoinList charge a fee for CoinList Uniswap Mining?

CoinList’s fees are as follows: 

  • Trading fees on rebalancing your initial deposit(s)
  • 2% of all accumulated exchange fees
  • 2% of earned UNI tokens 

Additionally, users will cover transaction costs on the Ethereum network, but because we are pooling everyone’s funds together and batching transactions together, those costs will be socialized across all users. 

Will I receive my principal back after the period?

Uniswap incentivizes users to add liquidity to pools by rewarding providers with fees on trades. Market making, in general, is a complex activity that has the risk of losing money (compared to just hodling) in the case of big directional moves of the underlying asset price.


In the Uniswap Mining on CoinList, users that participate will be rewarded with accumulated fees on trades as well as the UNI token. 


To understand the risks associated with providing liquidity you can read this blog to get an in-depth look at how to conceptualize a liquidity position.


In sum, participating users are not guaranteed their principal amount back but are guaranteed their pro-rata share of the liquidity pool, accumulated exchange fees, and UNI tokens. 

Are Uniswap smart contracts safe?

The Uniswap V2 smart contracts underwent a four month long audit earlier in 2020. The audit was administered by six engineers associated with dapp.org, a research and development collective focused on safety and correctness in smart contract development. The audit found three bugs and suggested seven improvements. None of the bugs were critical and all issues discovered in the audit have been addressed in the git repository uniswap-v2-core at commit 8160750. 


By participating in Uniswap Mining on CoinList, your funds will be sent to the smart contracts for the four eligible Uniswap pools in the liquidity mining program. Those pools are: 


ETH <> DAI

ETH <> USDC

ETH <> wBTC

ETH <> USDT


We have linked each of the pools above with their corresponding smart contract for you to review. 



When does Uniswap Mining start on CoinList?

September 29th – Registration for Uniswap Mining + deposits open

October 2, 9:00 am PDT – Deposits for first deployment closes

October 2, 5:00 pm PDT – First deployment to Uniswap

October 9, 9:00 am PDT – Deposits for second deployment closes 

October 9, 5:00 pm PDT – Second deployment to Uniswap

November 17 – Uniswap Mining ends

November 24 – Tokens are distributed into CoinList wallets

What happens if CoinList accidentally loses the locked funds?

Unfortunately, CoinList will not be providing any compensation in case something wrong happens. When you agree to participate in the CoinList Uniswap Mining program, you are also agreeing to take on that risk. CoinList works with qualified custodians to custody your assets when they are not deployed in the Uniswap pool contracts to ensure. We will be interacting directly with the Uniswap pool contracts from our qualified custodian. 

Is there a cap on how many people CoinList will accept?

No there is no cap on how many people CoinList will accept as long as registration is still open. 

What Uniswap pools are eligible for liquidity mining UNI?

The following trading pairs are the eligible pools to supply liquidity to mine UNI: 


ETH <> USDC

ETH <> USDT

ETH <> wBTC

ETH <> DAI 

What assets will I receive at the end of the program?

Participating users will receive all of the following assets at the end of the program:

  • USDT
  • USDC
  • DAI
  • wBTC
  • ETH
  • UNI 

The reason why users will receive all 6 of these assets is that in order to supply liquidity to Uniswap, we must rebalance your initial deposit into the eligible trading pair assets on Uniswap. We will then distribute these assets back to you pro-rata depending on your contribution size. 


You will be able to trade any of these assets on CoinList after the period if you would like to consolidate your holdings. 


Who can participate in Uniswap Mining?

Anyone living in CoinList's supported jurisdictions can participate in the CoinList Uniswap Mining 

What is the minimum amount I can use to participate?

$1,000

Will I earn more by supplying liquidity to Uniswap myself?

In many scenarios, you would earn more by supplying liquidity to Uniswap yourself. This is because if you supply liquidity yourself you will not incur the 2% commission on accumulated exchange fees and earned UNI tokens. 


However, for people who do not know how to supply liquidity to Uniswap, are worried about making a mistake when interacting with smart contracts, would like to participate in USD, or are looking to participate with a smaller amount of funds, then CoinList Uniswap Mining may be for you. 

What assets can I use to participate?

Eligible participants can participate by committing any of the following assets: 

  • USD
  • USDT
  • USDC
  • DAI
  • wBTC
  • ETH

Users can choose to fund their participation with one or multiple assets. 

Can I make multiple contributions to the CoinList Uniswap Mining program?

Yes, you can make multiple contributions to the CoinList Uniswap Mining program.

Is CoinList the only place where I can provide liquidity to Uniswap?

No. However, if you choose to participate in the Uniswap liquidity mining program without CoinList, you may not have assistance with rebalancing your assets and deploying those funds to the eligible Uniswap pools. 


Where will my funds be held?

Your funds will be held at the eligible Uniswap pool smart contracts. Your accumulated exchange fees and UNI will be held at BitGo, our qualified custodian. 

Will my UNI be locked up once they are distributed to me?

No, you UNI tokens will be unlocked and available to trade or withdraw at any time.

Filecoin

How does Filecoin (FIL) vesting work?

If you participated in Filecoin's 2017 offering, your FIL will vest linearly on a block-by-block basis starting at mainnet launch, for the duration of your vesting period. For example, if your vesting schedule is 12 months, you will receive FIL on a block-by-block basis and each day receive approximately 1/365 of your FIL .

How do I self-custody my FIL?

In order to self-custody your FIL, please go to coinlist.co/filecoin and edit your custodian option under 'Distributing To'. You'll want to select Self-Custody. The easiest way to self-custody is to use the 'Glif and Ledger' option, which requires a Ledger hardware wallet. You'll see instructions on setting this up after selecting that option.


Detailed instructions on setting up your Ledger to receive FIL are here: https://paper.dropbox.com/doc/Self-Custodied-SAFT-Guide--A72a5~JLiLiNKPhdLQP3ZbNhAg-dHxZu59oAeSw03RrRpCrd

When is Filecoin mainnet launching?

As of September 17, 2020, we expect Filecoin to launch in the next few weeks. Protocol Labs maintains a public roadmap, which is the best place to look for accurate information.

When will FIL be listed for trading?

CoinList expects to support FIL trading within hours of mainnet launch.

CoinList Wallets

Your Filecoin will be held in your CoinList wallet. From there you will be able to transfer, trade, and deposit additional Filecoin vested Filecoin. Your balance of available (vested) Filecoin will be displayed alongside your unvested (unavailable) Filecoin held in your vesting actor. 


Your CoinList wallet is built on Gemini Custody’s infrastructure. When you input a transaction, we pass this information to Gemini for execution. 


There is no fee to store your Filecoin in your CoinList wallet. 


Is there a fee if I custody with CoinList?

There are no fees for using CoinList Wallets to receive your FIL tokens.

Can I use CoinList Wallets if I see that CoinList is not available in my state?

We are currently licensed to operate our wallets and trading in many states. We are working on licensure for the following states and territories:

  • Alaska
  • Hawaii
  • Minnesota
  • Nevada
  • New York
  • Puerto Rico
  • Virgin Islands, U.S.
  • Washington 

If you reside in one of the above states or territories, please see here for instructions on setting up an account with Gemini: https://coinlist.co/help/what-additional-information-do-i-need-to-provide-to-use-coinlist-wallets-through-a-gemini-subaccount

What is the vesting schedule?

Vesting occurs linearly on a block-by-block basis. In each block, an incremental amount of your FIL will become available and claimable according to your individual vesting schedule (6, 12, 24, or 36 months). 


When will mobile trading and buy/sell be available for FIL?

Mobile trading and buy/sell will be available several hours after the launch of the order book on CoinList Pro. 


What are my custody options for FIL?

By default, tokens will go to into CoinList Wallets:


  • CoinList Wallets are built on top of world-class custodians to ensure security
  • Custody is free and seamless
  • Plug right into CoinList Pro, which will have one of the deepest markets for FIL trading

If you live in a state that we currently do not support, you can still use CoinList Wallets but we'll require some more information (more information here)


Users can also opt into leading custodians - if you are an existing customer of Anchorage, Coinbase Custody, or Gemini Custody, you can receive your FIL tokens directly into your account with one of those custodians. 


Users can also self-custody (more information here)

Can I trade my unvested FIL?

No, you may not trade your unvested FIL. You can only trade available FIL and it must be in your CoinList Pro account. CoinList will claim your FIL from your vesting actor once per day, and then it will be available to trade. 


When will trading open Filecoin?

Filecoin wallets are available now on CoinList. Deposits will be available on mainnet launch at 7:30AM PDT, Thursday, October 15th. FIL deposits will be available at that time. FIL withdrawals will be available after CoinList has sufficiently tested deposits at other exchanges. 


Filecoin trading 


Pre-orders • Open on Wednesday at 10:00pm PT


  • Users can now place FIL-USD pre-orders on CoinList Pro. Prior to mainnet launch, users can only place buy pre-orders with USD.
  • No trade matching will occur during this phase, but at the end of this phase, pre-orders will be considered firm and may be executed when live trading begins.
  • Users will be able to enter, modify and cancel orders, but will not be able to see other users’ bids and offers. 
  • The pre-order phase will last until there is sufficient order book depth for price discovery and trading stability.
  • CoinList will notify users approximately 30-minutes before the end of pre-orders.


Opening Price Calculation • Projected start Thursday 10:15 AM PT


  • After the pre-order phase, the FIL-USD order book on CoinList Pro will be frozen. Users will no longer be able to enter any new orders or cancel existing orders. 
  • CoinList will calculate the opening price at which most orders can be filled.
  • Buy orders at or above the opening price and sell orders at or below the opening price from the pre-order phase will be settled on the basis of price-time priority at the opening price.


Live Trading • Projected start Thursday 10:30 AM PT


  • Once the opening price is calculated, regular trading will be available for FIL-USD on CoinList Pro with full order book and trade matching. 
  • All order types will be accepted and immediately settled.
  • CoinList will display the aggregate volume for successful trades.

  • Soon after live FIL-USD trading stabilizes on CoinList Pro, we will list FIL-USDT. Also, we will open trading on CoinList.co and CoinList Mobile. 


The above timelines are all subject to change to ensure the safety and security of customer funds. CoinList will alert you via email as services become available or if there are significant delays to the above schedule. Please see https://coinlist.co/help/filecoin_launch for more information.


What is a vesting actor?

A vesting actor is a type of smart contract on the Filecoin blockchain. The vesting actor manages the release and vesting of your original Filecoin purchase. According to the vesting schedule in your SAFT, Filecoin will be released and can be transferred from the vesting actor. Vesting occurs on a block by block basis. 


Mainnet launch and distribution date

The currently scheduled distribution date and main net launch date is October 15, 2020 or more precisely epoch, 148,888. 


Vesting will being immediately upon network launch. CoinList will begin support for wallets and trading shortly thereafter.




What are the fees for trading FIL?

Filecoin trading is subject to the same fee schedule as any other asset on CoinList and CoinList Pro. You can view the up to date fee schedule on CoinList.co/fees 


What additional information do I need to provide to use CoinList wallets through a Gemini subaccount?

If you live in a state or territory where we are yet to finalize our licensure, we have provided an alternate solution for CoinList wallets. If you chose to use CoinList Wallets, you will be provided a sub-account at Gemini. Once you complete the additional verification, your holdings will be accessible via your CoinList account. Upon mainnet launch, you will be able to deposit and withdraw your FIL holdings via CoinList but will not be able to trade on CoinList.


In order to get set up with a sub-account, you’ll need to go through Gemini’s verification process. Please follow these instructions:


-If you have a Gemini account associated with this email address, no action is required


-If you do not have a Gemini account, please set one up here: https://exchange.gemini.com/register 


-If you have a Gemini account, but it’s under a different email address, please set up a new account using this email address at https://exchange.gemini.com/register


Please note that these tokens will be accessible through the CoinList site (and not through Gemini). 

Are there any limits on order sizes on launch?

No, there are no limits to the order sizes that you may place during the auction or during regular trading. You must have available FIL or USD in CoinList Pro to place an order. 


What happens on mainnet launch and the initial distribution date?

The Filecoin vesting actors will start vesting and transfers will be enabled on the network. Subsequently CoinList will enable deposits and withdrawals. Lastly, CoinList will enable trading across our various services. 


When will additional trading pairs be added for FIL?

FIL/UDST will launch shortly after the FIL/USD orderbook has matured. This may occur anywhere between several hours and several days. We will announce the launch of FIL/USDT via email. 


How long do Filecoin deposits take to be credited in my CoinList Wallet?

During the initial network launch, deposits will require  240 confirmations on chain before they are credited to your wallet. This may take up to 2 hours. As the network stabilizes, Gemini and CoinList will decrease the number of confirmations required for deposits and withdrawals.


Are there fees to withdraw Filecoin from my CoinList Wallet?

There is no withdrawal fee for Filecoin; however, users must pay network fees to withdraw their Filecoin. This network fee is determined by Gemini Custody and may change from time to time. Please review coinlist.co/fees for the most up to date information on the current Filecoin Network fees. 


How frequently does my vested Filecoin become available in my wallet?

Your vested Filecoin will be swept from the vesting actor to your CoinList wallet daily. This happens automatically and there are no actions required by you. This cadence may change over time depending on network conditions and costs. For the first 24-48 hours post-mainnet launch these sweeps will be performed approximately once every 5 hours. The minimum amount that will be swept each day will be 0.5 FIL. 



I am using CoinList Wallets through a sub-account with Gemini. What CoinList services do I have access to?

If you are using a Gemini sub-account through CoinList Wallets, you have full functionality to store, withdraw, and deposit Filecoin through coinlist.co. You are not able to trade Filecoin on CoinList at this time. Once we have the appropriate licensure, we will give you the opportunity to switch from a Gemini sub-account to a full CoinList account. 


When will Filecoin first show up in my wallet?

Assuming a stable network, CoinList will enable wallets within 2-7 hours after mainnet launch, and CoinList will sweep your vested FIL into your CoinList wallet. For the first 24-48 hours post-mainnet launch these sweeps will be performed approximately once every 5 hours.


I signed up for 3rd party custody, but now want to use CoinList wallets. Can I switch?

Yes. The Filecoin network allows you to transfer the private keys of your vesting actor. Please contact your custody provider and visit our Help Center to start this process. There may be additional fees associated with this action. 


I didn’t purchase Filecoin in the original sale, do I still have a filecoin wallet?

Yes, all CoinList users who are eligible for CoinList Wallets will automatically have a Filecoin wallet in their account upon mainnet launch. 


You may deposit Filecoin at any time post-mainnet launch to store your Filecoin or use CoinList Pro.


There are no fees for storing your Filecoin on CoinList.




I signed up for CoinList Wallets, but now want to use a third party custodian or self-custody. Can I switch?

Yes. You may switch from using CoinList to manage your distribution to a self-custody or a 3rd party custodian. This process is manual and may require up to 3 weeks to process and includes a $500 processing fee incurred by Gemini. You will have to withdraw any already vested Filecoin in your CoinList wallet after the transfer has been processed. 


Please visit our Help Center if you wish to transfer your vesting actor. 


Tax

Will CoinList provide me with a 1099-B?

CoinList will also provide you with a Form 1099-B. This form reports to you all taxable cryptocurrency transactions (for example, sell for fiat or crypto-for-crypto trade) and corresponding proceeds, cost basis where available, and resulting gain/(loss) information for each taxable transaction. More information on cryptocurrency transactions can be found here

Where can I find my tax forms?

Log into your CoinList account, navigate to Account > Tax Documents > Click the link to download your document(s).


If you do not have any documents available you will see the following message: "There are no tax documents available from CoinList at this time. If you are a U.S. person or entity, we will notify you via email if and when additional documents become available".


Will CoinList provide me with a 1099-MISC?

CoinList will provide you with a Form 1099-MISC. This form reports to you and the IRS any income generated from activities such as airdrops, staking, referrals, etc. in excess of $600.

What is US tax form 8949?

The IRS requires that details of cryptocurrency transactions that qualify as a gain or loss to be reported on Form 8949, “Sales and Other Dispositions of Capital Assets”.

What is the US tax form 1099-B and what do I do with it?

The US tax form 1099-B provides transactional information detailing capital gains and losses from disposing of capital assets. At this time, cryptocurrency is classified and treated as property. 

 

When you sell something for more than it cost you to acquire it, the profit is a capital gain and may be taxable. On the other hand, if you sell something for less than you paid for it, then you may have a capital loss and a reduction of your taxable capital gains or other income is possible. 

 

  • The transactional details found on your 1099-B are used to fill out your IRS 8949. 
  • A summary of the capital gains or losses from these transactions are reported on Form 1040 (Schedule D) of your tax return.


Your CoinList Form 1099-B will detail each asset you sold throughout the year with CoinList and report your cost basis, when available, for the assets you bought and sold on the platform. 

How do I complete form 8949 using the form 1099-B?

Understanding Form 1099-B and 8949


CoinList is on a mission to make cryptocurrency taxes as seamless as possible. CoinList provides all users that incurred a taxable disposition with a 1099-B, which itemizes all known taxable transactions. Similar to traditional equities, taxpayers are responsible for transposing the information on the 1099-B onto an IRS 8949. CoinList has partnered with TaxBit to automate and simplify the process of transposing your 1099-B onto your IRS 8949. Whether you only traded on CoinList, or you traded on multiple exchanges, completing your crypto taxes has never been easier.


This guide explains how to transpose your 1099-B onto your IRS 8949.


CoinList Was the Only Exchange I Traded On

If all of your assets were acquired and stored on CoinList’s platform then your 1099-B will be complete. The 1099-B provides you with all of your taxable events and can be directly transposed onto your IRS 8949 and filed. CoinList provides a courtesy copy of the IRS 8949 if all of a user’s acquisition information is known.




I Traded On Multiple Exchanges

If you acquired cryptocurrency on a third-party platform and transferred assets onto CoinList then your acquisition information may not be known. It is your responsibility to enter your acquisition information on IRS Form 8949 for assets that were acquired on another platform and were subsequently disposed of on CoinList. You will complete two IRS 8949’s. One that includes your known cost basis transactions and another for transactions that were missing cost basis.




Transpose Known Cost Basis Onto IRS Form 8949

The first step is to transpose transactions that have a known cost basis onto your IRS 8949. You will check box “A” for these transactions because cost basis information is known on Form 1099-B.




Transpose Missing Cost Basis Transactions on Seperate Form 8949

If a transaction is missing acquisition information then you will transpose the transactions onto a separate IRS 8949 tax form. You will check box “B” indicating that the acquisition occurred off platform and therefore was not reported on the 1099-B.




Methods to Completing IRS 8949

There are two methods to filling in missing cost basis information and completing your IRS 8949’s: 1) link your TaxBit account; or 2) manually enter the information. 


 (i) Link TaxBit Account (Recommended)

The easiest way to complete your IRS 8949 is to link your TaxBit account. TaxBit has a seamless integration with CoinList, as well as over a hundred other exchanges, allowing you to aggregate your trading activity across platforms. TaxBit automates the process of transposing your 1099-B onto an IRS 8949. Missing cost basis transactions that were acquired off of CoinList’s platform will automatically populate and your IRS 8949 tax forms can be downloaded from your account.


 (ii) Manually Enter Information

You can also solve missing cost basis information by manually entering the information on your IRS 8949’s. When manually filling-in missing cost basis information it is important to keep detailed records to substantiate the information reported.


Conclusion

CoinList is committed to making crypto taxes as simple as possible. To automate the process, all CoinList users are eligible for 10% off of their TaxBit plan: https://taxbit.com/invite/CoinList/



Disclaimer: CoinList does not provide tax advice and the information presented is not intended to be relied upon as advice concerning the appropriate treatment or possible tax consequences of any transaction. Please consult with your tax advisor. This article contains references to information obtained from third-party content providers (content hosted on sites unaffiliated with CoinList). As such, CoinList makes no representations whatsoever regarding any information obtained from third parties that may be referenced directly or indirectly in this article. 





Who is TaxBit and how can they simplify Form 8949?

If you are interested in assistance with the forms described above, TaxBit and CoinList have joined forces to streamline the process of generating Form 8949. TaxBit will automate the process and provide a single aggregated view of all your CoinList cryptocurrency transactions and balances in one place.

 

The completed forms including synced transactions will be available for download through TaxBit and can be used when filing your tax return. Built by CPAs, tax attorneys and developers, TaxBit calculates the cost basis and corresponding gains or losses on every transaction. A full-audit trail will be provided so that users, accountants, and auditors can drill down into any transaction to see exactly how the gain or loss was calculated. TaxBit will not file your tax return for you. Please consult with your tax advisor. Learn more about TaxBit.



CoinList does not provide tax advice and the information presented is not intended to be relied upon as advice concerning the appropriate treatment or possible tax consequences of any transaction. Please consult with your tax advisor. This article contains references to information obtained from third-party content providers (content hosted on sites unaffiliated with CoinList). As such, CoinList makes no representations whatsoever regarding any information obtained from third parties that may be referenced directly or indirectly in this article. 



What is the US tax form 1099-MISC and what do I do with it?

For U.S. taxpayers, the IRS requires companies that make certain types of payments to provide the recipient of such payments and the IRS with a 1099-MISC. This form provides information for a wide range of income payments such as crypto interest, referral bonuses, and other income.

 

  • For US clients, if you’ve earned $600 or more this year in crypto interest and bonuses, the 1099-MISC form will be made available to you by January 31, 2021.
  • U.S. taxpayers will need to report this income within their tax filing.


Governance

How do I participate in Snapshot governance via CoinList?

You can participate in Snapshot governance on CoinList if you hold $50 worth of the supported tokens in your CoinList Wallet at the time of each proposal’s governance snapshot (start date/time of the proposal). Please note, your balances in CoinList Pro will not count towards your available voting balance at this time. There will be a snapshot for every proposal that determines your voting power for each proposal. To participate, go to coinlist.co/governance, select the proposal, and vote during the voting period.


Will I earn CoinList Karma through participation in governance proposals on Snapshot based protocols through CoinList Governance?

Participating in CoinList Governance earns eligible users Karma in two forms: 


  • Governance Starter Karma
    Participate in a single governance vote on CoinList, and you will earn a one-time Karma boost of 100 Governance Starter Karma points (available only once per user).
  • Governance Weekly Karma
    Users may receive 25 Karma for each proposal on which you vote through CoinList Governance thereafter, capped at 50 pts a week. Weekly Karma is issued once a week on Monday and expires after 18-weeks. Governance Weekly Karma will be awarded within a week of the applicable voting period closing.


See https://coinlist.co/help/how-is-karma-awarded for more details 


Who can participate in Snapshot governance via CoinList?

Users who hold $50 worth of supported tokens in their CoinList Wallet at the time of the proposal’s governance snapshot will be able to participate. Please note that users in certain jurisdictions will not be able to hold supported tokens in their CoinList Wallet due to regulatory constraints. Additionally, user balances in CoinList Pro will not count towards their available voting balance at this time. 


When can I participate in Snapshot based governance via CoinList?

You can participate in each proposal’s governance during CoinList’s voting period for each proposal, as CoinList determines in its sole and absolute discretion. CoinList will publish proposals within approximately one hour of the proposal being published by the applicable protocol. CoinList will submit its vote 12-24 hours before each on-chain proposal voting period ends. You will no longer be able to submit a vote once CoinList closes its internal vote and submits its vote on-chain. Thus, the CoinList voting period is at least 12 hours shorter than the on-chain voting period.


Are my voting tokens locked during the CoinList voting period?

No, as the governance snapshot is taken before the voting period, you can move your tokens during the voting period. Your voting power for the proposal remains constant during the voting period based on how many tokens you held at the time of the governance snapshot.  


Can I participate in Snapshot governance both on CoinList and on-chain with the same tokens?

No, you cannot participate in governance both on-chain and off-chain with the same tokens, as your voting power is only calculated once, at the time of the snapshot.


Can I vote with my unvested tokens on CoinList?

No, your unvested tokens on CoinList will not count towards your voting power.


How is my voting power affected if I participate in Snapshot governance via CoinList?

As CoinList’s voting power is based on the amount of tokens CoinList had delegated to governance at the time of each proposal’s snapshot time, if the amount of voting power that actively participates in a vote exceeds CoinList’s delegated voting power, users’ votes may be diluted down proportionately.


Example: Assume 1 token amounts to 1 vote and CoinList delegates 100,000 tokens at the time of the snapshot, representing 100,000 votes.

 

If 1,000 CoinList users with 200 tokens each vote (representing 200,000 votes), CoinList’s vote will dilute each CoinList voters’ voting power by 50% as CoinList will only be able to submit 100,000 votes, rather than the 200,000 votes. 


CoinList will do its best to ensure there are sufficient funds delegated and that this scenario is prevented as much as possible. Note that any tokens held on CoinList at the time of the snapshot will only be able to vote through CoinList, as the time to move the tokens to a wallet with the capacity for a direct vote will have passed at the time you make your voting selection through CoinList.




On the flipside, in the event that CoinList users' voting power does not meet the CoinList’s delegated voting power, CoinList will allocate the excess voting power to abstain from such vote to ensure CoinList does not misrepresent users’ intentions or otherwise influence the vote results. 


Example: Assume for a particular proposal that 1 $token  amounts to 1 vote and CoinList delegates 100,000 tokens at the time of the snapshot, representing 100,000 votes.


If only 500 CoinList users with 100 tokens each vote (representing 50,000 votes), CoinList will abstain from the vote for 50,000 of the votes it had delegated to governance for the proposal so as to accurately reflect CoinList users’ preferences.


What are potential drawbacks of voting via CoinList for Snapshot based protocols?

1. Users’ votes may be diluted down proportionately on CoinList as CoinList doesn’t delegate all of its tokens for governance. As CoinList’s voting power is based on the amount of tokens delegated at the time of each proposal’s snapshot, if the amount of voting power that actively participates in a vote exceeds CoinList’s voting power, users’ votes may be diluted down proportionately.


Example: Assume 1 token amounts to 1 vote and CoinList delegates 100,000 tokens at the time of the snapshot, representing 100,000 votes.

 

If 1,000 CoinList users with 200 tokens each vote (representing 200,000 votes), CoinList’s vote will dilute each CoinList voters’ voting power by 50% as CoinList will only be able to submit 100,000 votes, rather than the 200,000 votes represented by those 200 tokens. 


CoinList will do its best to ensure there are sufficient funds delegated and that this scenario is prevented as much as possible. Note that any tokens held on CoinList at the time of the snapshot will only be able to vote through CoinList, as the time to move the tokens to a wallet with the capacity for a direct vote will have passed when you make your voting selection through CoinList.


2. CoinList will submit its vote 12-24 hours before each proposal period ends. You will no longer be able to submit a vote once CoinList closes its internal vote and submits its vote on-chain. Thus, the CoinList voting period is slightly shorter than the on-chain voting period.


3. Other token holders will not be able to delegate their voting power to you if you vote through CoinList. Additionally, your wallet will not be associated with the vote. 


Will CoinList participate in every governance proposal for Snapshot based protocols?

No, CoinList will not participate in every governance proposal. CoinList reserves the right in its sole and absolute discretion to decide which proposals that it will make available through CoinList Governance. 


How does Snapshot-based governance work?

To learn more about Snapshot based governance, you can visit Snapshot’s official docs

https://docs.snapshot.org/


How does CoinList’s governance product work for Snapshot based protocols?

CoinList tallies up all CoinList voters’ decisions and submits everything in one single vote. CoinList’s supported Snapshot-based protocols use Snapshot’s weighted voting strategy to ensure CoinList’s single vote accurately reflects its users’ preferences.


Example: if 40% of CoinList users submit yes, 25% of CoinList users submit no, and 35% of CoinList users abstain, then CoinList will submit a single weighted vote that reflects 40% yes, 25% no, and 35% abstain. 


Flow Lending

What is FLOW Lending on CoinList?

FLOW lending on CoinList is a way for you to put your FLOW to work by simply lending your FLOW to CoinList. The FLOW ecosystem is very young and many network participants are in need of FLOW. 


We are currently running the first FLOW Lending Program through CoinList. Participants have one option to lend their FLOW: 


1. A 28-day loan with no early termination. Participants will earn a fixed 12% APY for 28 days – a net .92% return.


The second lending period opened up on October 20th and is now closed.


Participants who lend their FLOW for will receive their principal + accumulated interest denominated in FLOW back into their CoinList wallets at the end of the loan term. 


The loan start date for all loans in the first lending program will be October 28th. Once all loans are deployed, you'll be able to track your loan with the loan dashboard in your CoinList FLOW wallet. 

How much will I earn by participating?

In the second FLOW Lending Program, participants have one option to lend their FLOW: 


Option 1: 28 day loan with no early termination

  • Participants will earn a fixed 12% APY on the principal FLOW lent to CoinList for 28 days, resulting in a fixed net .92% return.

Can I participate with unvested FLOW?

You are only able to participate with vested FLOW in the lending program. If you have additional FLOW that is set to vest before the deadline, you may submit more loans as more FLOW becomes vested. Please visit our Help Center if you have additional questions. 

How do I participate in FLOW Lending on CoinList?

Participants have one option to lend their FLOW in FLOW Lending 2:


If you’d like to learn more about FLOW Lending on CoinList, please visit the landing page here: https://coinlist.co/flow-lending


What assets can I use to participate?

To participate, you must lend FLOW to CoinList to participate. If you do not have FLOW and would like to participate, you can purchase FLOW on CoinList or CoinList Pro.

Where will my FLOW be held when they’re not being lent out?

Your FLOW will be held at Finoa Custody, one of CoinList’s verified custodians.

When will I receive my funds back?

Here is the timeline for the second FLOW Lending Program through CoinList:


October 20th: Lending period opens 

October 28th: Lending period deadline.

October 28th: Loan start date 

November 25th: Principal + interest distributed back into CoinList wallets unless terminated at an earlier date


Lending will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Earlier loans will be prioritized over later loans. CoinList may close the loan period early based on lender demand. Once your loan has started, you will not be able to access that FLOW until loan maturity. 

Who is Eligible to Participate?

All users from CoinList's supported jurisdictions, except users from the United States.


Users from certain unsupported jurisdictions can still participate but it requires a manual process to execute the loan. For that reason, we require external FLOW lenders to lend a minimum of $50k worth of FLOW. 


If you're in an unsupported jurisdiction and would like to participate, please email charlie@coinlist.co 


How is my FLOW being lent out?

Your FLOW is being lent out to trusted FLOW network participants that have successfully onboarded with CoinList. This includes, but is not limited to, FLOW liquidity providers. 


All counterparties must pass KYC/AML and all loans issued are collateralized. 

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