PREFERRED METHOD: Send Bitcoin (BTC) OR Gemini Dollar (GUSD) from Gemini.com
The best way to send an in-kind contribution to the Capriole Fund is to transfer Bitcoin (BTC) or Gemini Dollars (GUSD) from a verified Gemini.com account. The account name must match the investor name for who the subscription is booked.
In-kind contributions received this way do not require further verification from the investor, making this the simplest and most efficient process.
Complete the in-kind transfer in BTC or GUSD in accordance with the process shown on pages 2 / 3 of the Fund Subscription documents.
ALTERNATIVE METHOD: Other In-Kind Contributions
The Capriole Fund can support other in-kind contributions provided the following process is followed:
(1) The contribution must be sent from a verified account on one of the following exchange platforms:
- Circle (USDC issuer)
(2) The investor must provide either:
- a screenshot of the exchange account showing the account name and deposit address. The account name must match the investor name for who the subscription is booked; OR if these details are not available in a single screen shot
- a video showing the account name and deposit address on the exchange. Video’s sent to the Fund Administrator (NAV) should be uploaded here.
(3) Receive written approval from the Capriole team (or NAV) that the investor’s sending account is approved. Do not complete transfers before receiving this approval.
(4) Complete the in-kind transfer in BTC or GUSD in accordance with the process shown on pages 2 / 3 of the Fund Subscription documents. Alternatively, the investor may request an alternative digital asset for contribution into the Fund, but written approval for the asset and the corresponding Capriole Fund deposit address must first be received from a Capriole Investments director.
(5) Provide a screenshot of the transfer which shows complete transaction details including: transaction hash, currency, destination address, date and quantity.
Contributions from other wallets and exchanges will not be accepted by the Capriole Fund.