Limits, also known as ‘service quotas’, apply to every application. Sila has default limits that apply to most applications as well as custom limits that are configured upon request to Banking Operations.
Below is the list of default limits:
The default limits below are grouped by rolling time periods.
In a rolling twenty-four hour period
Business entity may deposit up to $50,000 with Sila
A KYC-ed entity may deposit up to $10,000 with Sila
In a rolling thirty-day period
A KYB-ed business entity may deposit up to $150,000 with Sila
A KYC-ed entity may deposit up to $30,000 with Sila
These service quotas are ‘Default Limits’ because they are applied to all applications in production by default.
Failure from the end user to operate within the limits of the application will causes Sila’s API to return 403 errors or 429 errors with detailed information about the service quota violation in the header of the response.
View limits and related usage described in successful 200 response headers. Limits headers are only returned from protected endpoints in the Sila API.
Requesting changes to default limits (tier: Grow II or above only)
Refer to Increasing Limits documentation.
Updated over 1 year ago