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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.

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How can I fund my purchase?

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

If you fund your account and purchase tokens with USDC or USDT, there are no fees. You can deposit USDC and USDT into your CoinList Wallet anytime at

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

Where can I purchase CSPR after the token sale?

CoinList will be exclusively managing the CSPR token sale. For the latest information on where CSPR is listed, visit

What will the price of CSPR be?

During the token sale, CSPR tokens will be available under three different purchase terms: 

  • Option 1 - 12-month lockup: $0.015 per CSPR
  • Option 2 - 6-month lockup: $0.02 per CSPR
  • Option 3 - Freely trading: $0.03 per CSPR

Users may participate in any combination of the options. 

If the token supply cap is hit, how is priority determined?

Priority is granted on a first-come, first-served basis based on time of completed purchase. A purchase is only considered complete once funds have cleared. You will need to have sufficient funds in your CoinList Wallet to make the purchase - you can fund your wallet during the purchase, or beforehand.

What is a valid source of funds?

Swiss guidance suggests that the Casper Association needs to obtain information about the source of funds for purchases $50,000 and above. CoinList will reach out to users who contribute $50,000 and over after the sale to request these documents. 

The following can be used as evidence of your source of funds:

  • Recent statement from bank, brokerage account, or other credible and independent third party institution (for both USD and crypto)
  • Offer/employment letters that state your salary or your paystubs
  • Screenshot of the deposit transaction from personal wallet or reputable service provider (must include your name)
  • A letter from your CPA, attorney, investment advisor, or broker 
  • A certificate from a corporate secretary, LLC manager, general partner, or similar functionary

Is there a cap on how much I can purchase?

Purchasers are limited to a $1,000 purchase in Option 1; $250,000 purchase in Option 2; and $5,000 purchase in Option 3. Users may participate in any combination of the options.

Will there be any CSPR airdrops?

No - there will not be any CSPR airdrops. 

What is a valid proof of residence?

You can use any official document where your address is stated. It could be a bank statement, a utility bill or lease agreement. The document must be not older than 3 months.

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 CSPR sale?

The Casper community is committed to following all relevant regulatory guidelines and will thus not be able to offer CSPR tokens for purchase during the CSPR token sale to prospective participants in the U.S., Canada, China, and other CoinList unsupported jurisdictions.

What does Swiss KYC entail for the Casper sale?

Users participating in Option 2 must provide valid proof of residence documents prior to the sale, and users contributing $50,000 and over must provide source of funds documents after the sale. 

How does the sale queue system work?

Given the unprecedented demand for the Casper token sale, securing an allocation will be highly competitive. CoinList is using a queue-based system to help ensure fair access. 

How the queue system works:

  1. All users arriving at the site up to 60 mins in advance will be placed in a waiting room.
  2. When the sale starts, users in the waiting room are assigned a random place in line. 
  3. Users arriving after the sale starts get a first-come, first-served place in line after those in the waiting room. 
  4. When it is your turn, you will have 10 minutes to enter.

Also note that if you miss out on an allocation in the Community Sale, there are two upcoming opportunities: 

  • Option 2 ($0.02 per token, 6-month lock-up) starts on 25 March
  • Option 3 ($0.03 per token, 40-day lock-up) on 26 March

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