Gearing Up for $MOCA Community Public Sale — KYC & Logistics

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7 min readApr 10, 2024

This article was updated on Apr 25 12AM UTC

The pre-alpha version of MocaList will be conducted on with managing the distribution and allocation of public sales, with $MOCA as the first sale.

To participate in the $MOCA sale, you will need a 1) Moca ID and a 2) valid CoinList account. When the sale happens, you will be able to link your Moca ID with the registered CoinList account to identify your corresponding allocation and priority.

Singapore and Russia have been lifted from the restricted countries. However, individuals from Russia who appear on the sanctions list of OFAC, EU, HM Treasury and UN Security Council will be excluded from the Sale.

With the $MOCA Community Public Sale quickly approaching, read the following guidebook to ensure that you’re all set up.

We strongly recommend you to complete the following steps prior to the Public Sale:

  1. Sign up for a Coinlist account & complete KYC
  2. Mint your unique Moca ID
  3. Link your NFT wallet with your Moca ID (for Moca NFT holders only)

REMARKS: If you face any issues with either step, please open a ticket on Mocaverse Discord server, and the community team will support.

Here’s a step-by-step guide:

Step 1: Register for a Coinlist account:

  1. Visit on your desktop and click “Sign Up”
  2. Enter your personal information including Name, Email, and Password
  3. Once you’ve clicked “Create Account”, an email will be sent to your inbox. Click “Verify Your Email” to activate your account
  4. Return to the CoinList app

Remarks: Your CoinList email address do NOT needs to be the same as Moca ID registered email address

Step 2: Complete KYC

  1. If you aren’t redirected to KYC you can click “Get Started” on your dashboard or visit
  2. Fill in your personal details: name, date of birth, and address. Ensure that your name matches the name listed on your identification documents
  3. Upload a utility / bank / credit card statement from within in the past 3 months as proof of address (name and address must match your personal details)
  4. Review and submit your details
  5. Click Submit Photo Verification
  6. Scan the QR code with your phone to open up the camera
  7. Use the app to take a photo of your government-issued Photo ID
  8. Use your phone to take a selfie
  9. Once completed, the pop up will let you know that your verification data has been successfully submitted

If your KYC was rejected and comply with all the CoinList platform rules, you may open a support ticket in the Mocaverse Discord or submit a ticket directly with Coinlist in their Help Center.

For more information about CoinList’s jurisdictional restrictions, visit the Legal Disclosures page.

Step 3: Set Up Two-Factor Authentication

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

  1. Download and install an authentication app for your phone or tablet

2. Open the authentication app and follow the steps within the app for adding a new QR code. Scan the QR code image with your mobile device’s camera and a new credential will be added to your authenticator app

3. Make sure to save the security/backup codes in a safe place. In the event that you lose access to your 2FA device, the security/backup codes can be used to recover your account.

4. Enter the six digit code where prompted and click the “Enable” button.

You are done! Now that 2FA is enabled, you will need to enter a new 6-digit code generated by the authentication app every time you log in to your CoinList account.

Step 4: Prepare Funds For The Sale

The accepted funding methods for the $MOCA Public Community Sale will be USDC or USDT. Fund your CoinList account in advance to get ready for the sale.

CoinList does not charge fees for depositing or withdrawing crypto, but the applicable network may charge fees. See the Fees and Limits page for more information:

To Initiate a Crypto Deposit:

  1. Select Wallets from within the navigation panel
  2. Select the wallet for the asset you would like to deposit into
  3. Click the “Deposit” button
  4. Click the “Copy” button to copy your CoinList wallet address, or scan the QR code to obtain it
  5. Initiate your transfer from the sending wallet. Double check that the receiving address is the same as the CoinList wallet address you just copied

Stay tuned for more details on Public Sale including sale date and time, how to link Moca ID to CoinList account, and refund policy.

Step 5: When the Sale Starts

  1. Visit the official sale page at and click Log in with CoinList

2. Read through the Terms & Conditions and click “Accept”

3. Confirm your CoinList account. Check that your name, address, and location is correct, then click Continue

4. Click Connect Your Moca ID — then follow the screen to login or mint your Moca ID. Ensure that you login to the correct Moca ID (with all your Lots) using the correct method, as once linked, it cannot be unlinked or changed

Note: You can only link 1 Moca ID to 1 CoinList account

5. Click “Authorize App” to authorize CoinList to access your Moca ID and related information. Once authorized, you will see your Sale eligibility

6. Once your accounts are linked, you will be redirected to the page to commit funds. If you have not deposited funds, click “Deposit”. If you already have funds in your CoinList account, select the currency (USDC/USDT) and the amount you want to commit, and then click “Continue”

7. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the transaction, and you’re all done!

Sales results will be announced by May 7.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I participate in the Public Sale from any country?

The public sale will not be accessible to users from the following jurisdictions:

Afghanistan, Angola, Canada, Central African Republic, Colombia, Congo, Cuba, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Korea (North Korea), Guinea-Buissau, Iran, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Mali, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Nigeria, People’s Republic of China, Regions of Ukraine (Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk & any other non-government-controlled regions), Rwanda, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States of America (including its territories), Venezuela, Yemen, Zimbabwe.

This list may be updated from time to time to comply with the applicable laws and regulations.

What is KYC and how long will it take?

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.

My KYC got rejected. What can I do?

If you do not fall under the list of restricted countries, but failed to complete KYC, please open a support ticket in the Mocaverse Discord or submit a ticket directly with CoinList in their Help Center.

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

Please try another form of government-issued ID. CoinList determines which government-issued ID types are acceptable for each country/jurisdiction serviced. The list of acceptable documents may change in order to comply with compliance programs.

Where can I see the history of my wallet activity?

To view your wallet history:

  1. Select Wallet from within the navigation panel
  2. Select the currency you would like to view the transaction history for
  3. The transaction history is listed in the selected wallet

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, Finoa, Copper, Coinbase Prime, and Fortress Trust to ensure the security of your assets.

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.

How can I withdraw my funds from CoinList?

To initiate a crypto withdrawal:

  1. Select Wallets from within the navigation panel
  2. Select the wallet for the asset you would like to withdraw
  3. Click the “Withdraw” button
  4. Paste the “Recipient Address” into the required field
  5. Input the amount you would like to withdraw
  6. Preview the withdrawal details
  7. Initiate your transfer

CoinList does not charge fees for depositing or withdrawing crypto, but the applicable network may charge fees. See the Fees and Limits page for more information:



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