Terms of service agreement
MONEY IN CRYPTO is relentlessly committed to ensuring the best structure of this website and the information thereof. Nevertheless, we can neither guarantee the wholeness nor exactness of the content and data on our website. We also cannot assure that information on this website is up to date at all times. Therefore, MONEY IN CRYPTO accepts no responsibility for any damage, direct or indirect, of any kind that results from, or in any form has anything to do with, the use of this website or its accessibility or lack thereof.
We can’t, in any case, acknowledge or be responsible for the content of external websites linked to through moneyincrypto.com. At the user’s own risk or danger, third-party content is to be accessed.
Website moneyincrypto.com can’t be held liable for any loss or inconvenience caused by relying on any content on this website. Please notice that moneyincrypto.com is not a financial reference resource, despite the nature of much of the content produced and hosted on this website. Note that materials published on this site are for informational purposes only. The information published should not be taken as economic guidance. MONEY IN CRYPTO highly proposes that you contact a skilled specialist in this sector for personal advice or opinion. By using moneyincrypto.com, you agree and consent to the policies contained in the above Terms of Service Agreement.
In particular, you agree to keep MONEY IN CRYPTO, its subsidiaries, officers, managers, staff, agents and third-party service providers harmless and protect them against any allegations, costs, damages, expenses and any other liabilities, including attorney’s charges and costs, resulting out of or in connection with your access to or use of moneyincrypto.com, your breach of this user contract and or any other liabilities resulting out of or in connection with your access to or use of moneyincrypto.com
We shall not be responsible for any unique, consequential, indirect, incidental, punitive, reliable or exemplary damages resulting from or in any manner linked with this Agreement, damages for loss of earnings, property, use of information, whether in tort, contract or any other legal theory. This liability limitation will not be affected even if we have been informed of the possibility of such damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties or limitation or exclusion of liability for incidental or consequential damages, so you may not be subject to the aforementioned exclusions. You may have other privileges or rights varying from one state to another.
You agree to release us from allegations, claims and damages including real and consequential, of any kind and nature, either known and unknown, disclosed or undisclosed, arising out of or in any manner related to your use of moneyincrypto.com
Effective Date: July 1, 2019
- Types of information we obtain
1.1. Non-personal details:
1.2. Personal Information:
1.2.1 We may obtain your personal information from the following sources:
184.108.40.206) Directly through the website or online forms
220.127.116.11) From third parties, service providers who assist us in providing you with a service, or from your social network accounts that you have signed in to our online services.
1.2.3 The following categories of private information concerning our current or prospective individual tourists may be collected:
18.104.22.168. Personal Contact Information
22.214.171.124. The IP address of the user and their unique mobile device identification numbers
126.96.36.199. Device Information, such as manufacturer, operating system, browser type, and language
188.8.131.52. Geolocation data
184.108.40.206. Data from cookies and similar technologies
220.127.116.11. Data if you link a third-party tool with the Service.
18.104.22.168. Data for advertising and analytics purposes
22.214.171.124. Data from Services such as any feedback you submitted through feedback from.
126.96.36.199. Information on the use of our website such as pages visited, time spent on the website, online transactions, etc.
188.8.131.52. Any other data you choose to give us.
1.3. Additional Information:
1.3.1 From time to time, through their representatives, we reserve the right to receive details about legal entities visiting our website.
1.3.2 We may receive data about the legal entity’s website, the legal entity’s name, the legal entity’s contact details, including company messages, the state of incorporation and the link to the company of the legal entity.
2. How are we gathering data?
2.1. Only if you willingly send such data to us can we obtain private identity data such as your email and name. You can always refuse to provide data about your private identification. When you communicate with our website, we may obtain non-personal identity data about you
3. How do we use the data we get?
3.1. For the following purposes, we use non-personal information:
3.1.1. To prevent you from viewing unnecessary advertisements or to require you to re-enter the website more than is necessary
3.1.2. To calculate the total number of people visiting our website and which parts of the website are most popular.
3.1.3. Enhancing the content of our websites and customizing the content and layout of our websites.
3.1.4. Providing the information you request from the website, such as an article, news, and others.
3.2. Areas in which we could use your personal information include, but are not limited to, the provision of email newsletters, feedback and in particular the ability to comment on articles, interactive forms. If you provide us with your e-mail address, we may send you regular advertising e-mails and carefully chosen partners with data about unique deals or services if you do so. You may also obtain information messages from us concerning administrative notices about the website’s operation. You may withdraw your approval to receive electronic advertising messages at any moment by sending a notification of withdrawal to MONEY IN CRYPTO or by pressing the “unsubscribe” button in any MONEY IN CRYPTO email.
3.3. We may share your information with third parties:
3.3.1. Technical support providers
3.3.2. Third-party software providers
3.3.3. Professional advisers
3.3.4. Consulting providers that help us generate and collate reviews in relation to our goods and services;
3.3.5. Advertising and promotional agencies that we consult and help in carrying out our marketing campaigns on our behalf.
3.3.6. Service providers that assist us in providing various services.
3.4. We may share information with law enforcement or public bodies
We may reveal your private information as allowed by law to investigate, deter or take action concerning illegal operations, suspected fraud, infringement of our intellectual property rights, circumstances involving prospective threats to any person’s physical safety, infringement of our contracts.
4.1. Cookies are files with a small amount of data that may contain a unique identifier that is anonymous. Cookies are sent from the website to your browser and deposited on the hard drive of your computer.
4.3. If you wish, you can check and/or delete cookies. You can delete all cookies already on your desktop and lock most browsers to avoid them from being placed on your desktop.
5. Retention of data
5.1. We will maintain your data for as long as necessary to meet our legal responsibilities to provide you with facilities or as required. We will maintain and use your data to fulfill our legal responsibilities, settle conflicts, and implement our contracts as needed.
5.2. You can get a confirmation at any moment by contacting us at email@example.com as to whether or not private information regarding you are being handled.
5.3. By issuing an application to firstname.lastname@example.org you have the right to access and transmit your data at any moment.
6. Confidentiality complaints
6.1. Since our processing of your information is subject to the European GDPR, we rely on our legitimate interests to process your data. As a user, you are entitled to object at any moment to our use of your data for our own promotional intent by pressing the unique key and opting out of getting all emails. By emailing email@example.com, you can also object to processing.
7. How we safeguard private information
7.1. We retain administrative, technical and physical safeguards intended to prevent accidental, illegitimate or unauthorized acquisition, loss, modification, access, disclosure or use of the private data we have about you.
7.2. We have placed in location suitable safety policies to avoid the accidental loss, use or access, alteration or disclosure of your information by unauthorized means. Furthermore, we restrict access to your information to those staff, representatives, employers and other third parties who need to learn about a company. Only your information will be processed on our orders and subject to a confidentiality obligation. We have established processes for dealing with an alleged data breach and will notify you and the qualified regulator of an infringement where we are legally needed to do so.
8. How long are we going to keep your personal data?
8.1. We will only hold your private information for as long as it is essential in association with your demands via our website or your use of our database for the reasons for which it was gathered.
9. Third-party links
9.1. We may occasionally include or give third-party products or services on the website at our convenience. These third-party suppliers have distinct privacy policies that are autonomous. Therefore, for the material and operations of these related facilities, we have no accountability or liability. Nonetheless, we welcome any feedback about these services.
10.1. To determine how many people visit our website and to better understand the areas of greatest interest to our visitors, we reserve the right to have relationships with web analytics companies that compile this information for us. For further information, consult the privacy policies of the web analytics company we use: Google http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacy.html
11. Changes to Policy
12.1. We do not intend, if higher, to request or collect Personal Information from anyone under the age of 16 or under your country’s legal age. You will not provide Personal Information on this Site if you are under 16 years of age or not of legal age in your nation.
13. Your Rights
13.1. You are permitted to receive from us information on how we manage your private data, see copies of all private data retained by us, and ask that your private data be modified, fixed or removed from our databases. You can also limit, restrict or object to the processing of your data. We do not carry out any decision-making based solely on automated processing, including profiling. You may cancel your permission at any moment if you have given us your permission to use your information. Please notice that even if you cancel your permission, before withdrawing your permission, we can still depend on your approval as the legal grounds for handling your private information. You may object to our use of your private information in which we have indicated that we depend on our lawful company interests to do so.
13.2. Please submit to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to ask that we no longer use and process your information to provide you with facilities and remove your private data. We will react within 30 days to your query.
14. Law And Harm
14.1. Notwithstanding anything to the opposite in this Policy, we may maintain or reveal your data if we think that compliance with a law, regulation, legal process or regulatory petition is fairly essential ; to safeguard the safety of any individual ; to solve fraud, security or technical problems ; or to safeguard the freedoms or property of our visitors.
14.2. When MONEY IN CRYPTO is legally obliged to do so or to safeguard the security of users of moneyincrypto.com, MONEY IN CRYPTO may share your private information with law enforcement, data protection authorities, public representatives and other authorities.
15. Contacting Us
16. Transfers Of Personal Data Outside The European Economic Area
We exchange your private information with our EU and non-EU subsidiaries. International transfers with non-EEA MONEY IN CRYPTO subsidiaries are regulated by Standard Contract Clauses for Controllers and, where applicable, for Processors approved by the EU Commission. We exchange private information with internal vendors or service providers or distributors we participate in on our behalf and under our orders to execute services or tasks. Where these suppliers are situated within the EU, we guarantee that they are obliged to conform contractually with EU data protection regulations. In our contracts with these organizations, we also ensure that they only process personal data in accordance with our instructions and with the aim of providing the agreed services and protecting the integrity and confidentiality of your personal data.
We may also reveal private information to our advisors, advisors, law enforcement and other government agencies, police, lawyers, judiciary, and tribunals. All these suppliers are liable for complying with EU data protection regulations themselves.