Laatst bijgewerkt: 07/22/2023
At Ethereum Code, we are firmly committed to ensuring the safety of your personal information and preserving your privacy.
Our pledge to you is encompassed in the following tenets:
Clarity in How We Manage Your Personal Data:
We subscribe to the idea of equipping you with comprehensive information to make enlightened decisions about the handling of your personal data. We endeavor to offer relevant information about the processing of your data at the most suitable juncture.
Furthermore, if we recognize a requirement to provide specific details to you, we promise to do so at the most convenient instance.
For any queries or need for clarification, we stand prepared to assist within legal boundaries. Please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Processing Your Personal Data in Accordance with this Policy:
We may process your personal data for a variety of reasons, such as enabling access to and use of our Website, enriching user experience, refining our services (including the Website), safeguarding our rights and interests, carrying out administrative activities that facilitate the provision of our services to users, complying with any legal and/or regulatory obligations, and gaining insights into your personal preferences and requirements.
Dedication to Upholding Your Rights in Relation to Your Personal Data:
We pledge to ensure you can exercise your rights pertaining to your data. You can reach out to us anytime you wish to review your personal data, request its correction, deletion, restrict its use for certain objectives or generally, or to have it transferred to you or a third party. We guarantee our actions will be in accordance with the law.
Protection of Your Personal Data:
While we can’t assure total protection of your personal data, we guarantee that we implement a comprehensive set of techniques and measures to safeguard it.
1. The Scope of the Policy:
This Policy encompasses the nature of personal data we amass about individuals and how we gather, use, disseminate, protect, process it, and more.
In this policy, “Personal Data” refers to any information connected to an identifiable individual. An identifiable person is someone who can be identified, directly or along with additional information that we possess or can access.
The term “processing” in this Policy signifies any activity carried out on personal data, including its collection, recording, organization, storage, alteration, retrieval, utilization, disclosure, alignment, restriction, erasure, or destruction.
Our services are not designed for children under 18. We do not intentionally accumulate information from or grant access to our services to anyone under this age. If we discover that a child’s information has been accumulated, we will take measures to delete it promptly.
2. When Do We Gather Personal Data About You?
We amass personal data when you interact with our Services, use our service channels, navigate our Website, and/or contact us. In some instances, you voluntarily share this data with us, and in others, we collect it by analyzing your interactions with our Services and service channels.
3. Voluntary Submission of Personal Data and Its Consequences
While there’s no obligation to provide your personal data to us, failure to do so may hinder us from delivering our Services, restrict your use of the Website, or impact the functionality of our Services and Website.
4. What Personal Data About You Do We Accumulate?
We gather personal data during your visits to our Website, including online activity log, traffic data (including IP address, access times and dates, pages visited, language used, software crash reports, and browser type used), and device information. Some of this data may not personally identify you, hence not qualifying as Personal Data.
We also gather any personal data you voluntarily share with us when you reach out to us.
Lastly, we gather personal data that you expressly provide for transmission to third parties, such as your name and email address.
5. Justification and Legal Bases for Personal Data Processing
The Company uses your Personal Data for certain delineated purposes, strictly adhering to the respective legal bases.
We only process your Personal Data if there is a justifiable legal basis. The legal bases on which we may process your Personal Data include:
– You have expressly consented to the processing of your Personal Data for one or more specific purposes. This applies to situations where you voluntarily submit your information to us via the Website for us to share it with third parties.
– The necessity for processing corresponds with the legitimate interests pursued by the Company or by a third party. This could include, for instance, enhancing our Services or handling or defending legal claims.
– Processing is essential for compliance with a legal obligation to which the Company is subjected.
At any point, you may contact us by sending an email to email@example.com for information about our review process. This will provide you with insights into whether we process your Personal Data based on the necessity for legitimate interests pursued by the Company or by a third party.
Here is a breakdown of the purposes for which we may process your Personal Data and the legal bases for such processing:
| # | Purpose | Legal Basis |
| 1 | To disseminate your details with third parties upon your request | Your explicit consent |
| 2 | To address your inquiries, requests, and/or complaints | Legitimate interests pursued by the Company or a third party |
| 3 | To comply with any legal obligations or judicial or administrative orders | Legal obligation |
| 4 | To enhance our Services | Legitimate interests pursued by the Company or a third party |
| 5 | To prevent fraudulent or abusive use of our Services | Legitimate interests pursued by the Company or a third party |
| 6 | To conduct and maintain various supporting activities for our Services | Legitimate interests pursued by the Company or a third party |
| 7 | To conduct analysis, including statistical analysis | Legitimate interests pursued by the Company or a third party |
| 8 | To protect our and third parties’ interests, rights, and assets | Legitimate interests pursued by the Company or a third party |
6. Disseminating Personal Data to Third Parties
The Company may disclose your Personal Data to third-party service providers such as storage and hosting providers, IP address information analysts, and those offering user experience research, analytical, technical, and diagnostic services.
Additionally, upon your request, we may share certain Personal Data with third-party Bitcoin trading platforms. In these scenarios, your data is managed according to their respective privacy policies.
The Company may also distribute your Personal Data among its affiliated entities and business partners that enable the Company to enhance and refine the services and products offered to users.
We may disclose your Personal Data to government entities, local authorities, and regulatory entities, as well as to protect our and third parties’ interests, rights, and assets, including initiating, exercising, or defending legal claims.
Furthermore, your Personal Data may be disclosed to potential buyers, investors, or lenders to the Company and/or any company within its group, or during any similar transaction (including the sale of Company assets) and/or in relation to any merger, reorganization, consolidation, or bankruptcy of the Company or any company within its group.
7. Usage of Cookies and External Services
We might utilize services provided by external parties, like analytical companies or those supplying advertisements on our Platform. These third-parties may also leverage cookies or alternate technologies, and their actions are dictated by their independent policies.
Cookies, which are essentially miniature text files, get installed on your device when you visit or access our Platform. These facilitate our collection of information about you and your behavior, aiding us in enhancing your user experience, remembering your preferences, personalizing content, and generating analytical data.
Some cookies, known as session cookies, are fleeting and endure only until your web browser is closed, while others, called persistent cookies, stay on your device even after you cease browsing and assist our Platform in identifying you as a recurrent user.
We employ the following categories of cookies:
| Type of Cookie | Function |
| – | – |
| Necessary Cookies | Essential for navigation and requested features |
| Functionality Cookies | Recognize you on return and remember your choices |
| Performance Cookies | Generate aggregated statistics and test, enhance performance |
Please be aware that you can modify your browser settings to block or delete some or all cookies. However, this may affect the functionalities of our Platform.
Online Tracking Notice: At this point in time, our service does not recognize Do-Not-Track requests.
8. Preservation of Personal Data
We will hold onto your Personal Data for the required duration to accomplish the processing intentions mentioned in this Policy, or longer if mandated by relevant laws, regulations, or guidelines.
We conduct routine examinations of the Personal Data we have to determine if any can be deleted, ensuring that no data is kept longer than necessary.
9. Relocation of Personal Data to Third Countries or International Entities
Your Personal Data may be shifted to a third country (a country other than your place of residence) or international entities. In such situations, we ensure appropriate safeguards are in place to protect your Personal Data and offer enforceable data subject rights and efficient legal remedies.
For residents of the European Economic Area (EEA), these safeguards will be applicable if any of the following conditions are fulfilled:
– The EU Commission has acknowledged the third country or international entity as providing sufficient protection to the Personal Data transferred to them.
– The transfer is reliant on a legally binding and enforceable agreement between public authorities or bodies.
– The transfer is compliant with standard data protection clauses adopted by the EU Commission.
For queries about the safeguards we use for data transfers, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
10. Safeguarding Personal Data
We enact suitable technical and organizational measures to maintain a satisfactory level of security for Personal Data, given the risks associated with processing.
Due to certain legal or other obligations beyond our control, we may need to transfer Personal Data to third parties, such as public authorities. In these instances, our control over the protection provided to your Personal Data by these third parties is limited.
Please note that the transfer of data over the internet cannot be absolutely secure, and as a result, we cannot guarantee complete protection of Personal Data transmitted to us via the internet.
11. Links to External Websites
Our Platform might contain links to third-party websites or applications. We do not manage these external sites or applications, nor do we supervise their collection or management of your Personal Data. We are not accountable for the practices or policies of these third-party sites or applications, including their privacy and data protection policies. Our Policy does not oversee actions conducted via these external sites or applications.
We recommend you to thoroughly review the privacy policies of these third-party sites or applications prior to utilizing them and before disclosing any of your Personal Data.
12. Changes to the Policy
We might periodically alter the terms of this Policy. We will notify you of these modifications by posting the updated Policy on our Platform. For substantial changes to this Policy, we will undertake efforts to inform you via the most suitable communication methods and by issuing a notice on our Platform. All changes will come into effect immediately upon the updated Policy’s publication on our Platform.
13. Your Data Protection Rights
As a general rule, you have the right to ask if we are gathering Personal Data about you, to review this data, to request rectifications if required, and to request the deletion of Personal Data no longer needed by us. You also have the right to limit your consent to certain data processing operations.
For residents of the EEA, please consider the following:
You can exercise the rights delineated below concerning your Personal Data by sending a request to our email: email@example.com.
Right of Access
You can request confirmation of whether we are processing Personal Data about you. If we are, you can access this data and receive additional information, including processing purposes, categories of data, recipients, and data retention periods. If the data isn’t collected directly from you, you can ask about its origin and whether it’s used for profiling. If data is transferred outside the EEA, you can inquire about safeguards.
We can provide a copy of the data undergoing processing, though additional copies may incur a fee. If requested electronically, we’ll deliver the information in a commonly used electronic format unless otherwise specified.
Right of Rectification
If your Personal Data is incorrect, you can request rectification. Considering the purposes of the processing, you can also request that incomplete data about you be supplemented.
Right of Erasure
You can request the erasure of your Personal Data under certain circumstances. However, this right does not apply when processing is necessary to meet legal obligations or defend legal claims.
Right to Restrict
Processing Under certain circumstances, you can request a limitation on the processing of your Personal Data.
Data Portability Right
You can ask for your Personal Data in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format, and you have the right to transmit this data to another controller, under certain conditions.
Right to Object
You can object to the processing of your Personal Data based on legitimate interests pursued by us or a third party. You can also object to processing for direct marketing purposes.
Right of Withdrawal
You can withdraw your consent for data processing at any time, without affecting the legality of processing carried out before withdrawal.
Right to Lodge a Complaint
You have the right to lodge a complaint with an EU supervisory authority regarding the processing of Personal Data.
Please note that your rights may be subject to limitations according to EU or Member State law.
We will respond to your requests without unreasonable delay and within one month of receipt. This period can be extended by two additional months if required, due to the complexity or volume of requests. In such a case, we’ll inform you within one month of receipt of your request, explaining the reasons for the delay.
Your requests will be processed free of charge, unless they are manifestly unfounded or excessive, in which case we may charge a reasonable fee or decline to act on the request.
For identity verification, we may request additional information if we have reasonable doubts about the identity of the person making the request.