Credit/debit card payment via MoonPay

You can invest directly in our funds within minutes by using credit and debit cards.

MoonPay provides a route to convert your fiat currency into the cryptocurrencies and stablecoins that we accept for investment.

MoonPay Fees and Limits

  • 4.5% Credit/Debit card fee, from $4.99
  • Max $20,000 per month (daily limit $5,000)

Transaction Speed

Payments are processed immediately, but only after fraud and KYC checks have been completed will the investment reflect in the history table. For first-time card transactions this typically takes between 10 minutes and 2 hours, thereafter it typically takes less than 15 minutes.

What is MoonPay?

MoonPay is a financial technologies company that builds developer tools for fiat-to-crypto payments. MoonPay is a fully PCI Compliant Service Provider. Their mission is to make cryptocurrencies accessible to everyone. You can find their website here.

MoonPay Account Verification Process

MoonPay is required by law to obtain certain KYC (Know Your Customer) information and documents about each investor, and this depends on the amount that each investor is investing.

If you choose to use the Debit/Credit card payment method, we securely share the minimum amount of verification information to satisfy the requirements from MoonPay. In some cases, there might be slight differences in the documentation that MoonPay requires of you and the information you stored with us, in which case you may be asked to upload additional documentation.


MoonPay is a fully PCI Compliant Service Provider. PCI is the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. Our integration with MoonPay is built for security. Your Credit/Debit card details are never present on Invictus Capital servers, so it cannot be stored.

Only if you choose to save your card details, they will (without the CVV) be stored on MoonPay servers.

You will never be asked to enter your credit card details anywhere other than inside the secure Invictus Capital investment platform.

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