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.
via a credit report or letter from your accountant) in order to qualify.
Detailed instructions for preparing a signed message
Prepare the following message for signature:
Replace the angle brackets with your name, the name of the investing entity, and the date.
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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:
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.
Create a document with the message you signed, address, and message signature (sample information provided below):
You can upload this information via the CoinList sale registration process or email the information to our team at [email protected]
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).