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Is there a cap on how much I can purchase?

Purchasers are limited to a $1,000 purchase in the Community Sale. The purchasing cap for Round 2 and 3 will be announced on April 13, 2021.

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How will the Clover sale queue work?

How the queue system will work:

  • The Clover Community round sale starts on April 20th at 19:00 UTC.
  • Round 2 on April 21 at 17:00 UTC
  • Round 3 on April 21 at 20:00 UTC
  • Users registered for the token sale will receive an email with a link to enter the queue prior to the start of the sale. You will also be able to find the link on your logged-in dashboard and at 
  • All users arriving at the queue before the start of the sale will be placed in a waiting room. Arriving at the waiting room early does not give you a better place in the queue. 
  • Once the sale starts, users in the waiting room are assigned a random place in line, ahead of those who arrive after the sale starts. 
  • Users arriving after the sale starts get a first-come, first-served place in line after those in the waiting room. 
  • When it is your turn, you will have 10 minutes to enter. 
  • After entering the site and completing the purchase flow, your purchase will be finalized when your deposit clears. If your deposit doesn't clear immediately, that's fine – you have until April 24, 00:00 UTC to finalize your purchase.
  • As a reminder, you must purchase with your assigned queue ID / queue link. Purchases using invalid IDs will be canceled and banned from future sales.

How do I fund my purchase?

We will display payment information once the Sale Period starts. For all three options, 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

How do I create a Clover wallet address?

Download the Clover wallet chrome extension and follow the video instructions linked here to set up a clover wallet.

The Clover team is working on an update to make the wallet UI/display more user friendly. All funds are safe and will be accessible. The two different addresses that the same seed phrase generated are not a bug, the underlying tech is fully functional. Details below:

  •  One seed phrase will generate at most two different addresses based on different key pair types. By default, the wallet will create the ed25519 key pair type, while account import uses sr25519 key pair type. Both addresses are valid and controlled by the same seed phrase.
  • Both address formats will be able to receive the CLV tokens from at Coinlist, as long as users are using the same seed phrase. Users will be able to use the Clover wallet to control both addresses very soon.

Users can provide their ed25519 address or sr25519 address - users will be able to receive their CLV either way.

Is there a cap on how much I can purchase?

Purchasers are limited to a $1,000 purchase in the Community Sale. The purchasing cap for Round 2 and 3 will be announced on April 13, 2021.

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 Clover sale?

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

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