What's the selection process for the funds on Moonfare?
What is a typical fund that Moonfare offers?
What's Moonfare's typical hold period?
How is the Net Asset Value (NAV) associated with a fund investment determined?
How are remaining capital commitments considered with respect to Net Asset Value (NAV)?
What kinds of fees should I expect?
What is the fee amount?
Is my identity made public to other buyers or sellers?
Are secondary market transactions reversible or cancellable?
When can I buy or sell interests?
How are offers to buy and sell matched in the Moonfare secondary market auction?
When do transactions settle? When should I expect to send or receive funds?
When does my order become binding in the Moonfare secondary market auction?
What are the risks of investing in a Moonfare fund?
Which fees will I need to pay when investing in a Moonfare fund?
Will the Moonfare team give me investment advice?
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