The interchangeable use of collective pronouns like “Our”, “We”, or “Us” in place of the Website will feature in this document. They should be interpreted as one and the same. We will refer to our users as “You”.
The interchangeable use of collective pronouns like "Our", "We", or "Us" in place of the Website will feature in this document. They should be interpreted as one and the same. We will refer to our users as "You".
What Are Cookies?
Cookies are plain text files that contain distinctive user identification and a website name. Our servers will send them to your computer’s browser for storage when you access our web pages.
These bits of data will recognise any device that logs into our Website. Consequently, when you pay us a visit, our Website will identify your device and tailor the information on your screen to match your needs.
The data collected by our cookies will provide particular information to our first-time visitors and varying content to our returning visitors.
Cookies make your interaction with us smoother, eliminating any extra effort when interacting with us. We also do allow the placement of third-party cookies from authorised parties that work closely with us in service delivery.
Users shall have the prerogative to either accept or reject the use of our cookies. Note that rejection of cookies might adversely affect your access to the information and services on our web pages.
Types of Cookies That We Use
We utilise cookies such as:
This class of cookies is essential to the functioning of our Website. They cannot be switched off since they collect vital information such as login and online fraud defence data. Partly known as strictly necessary cookies, these bits of data function as a response to your requests. We use permanent cookies to;
- Allow the ease of movement between our web pages. You can, for instance, ferry important data from one page to the other and not have to keep repeating your actions on every new page.
- Personalise and adjust our content and match it to your experience during your last visit
- Establish a mutually beneficial relationship with any referring trading platforms, cryptocurrency exchanges, crypto casinos, or any other third-party referrers that have directed you to us.
- Give you access to any information in-store with us.
- Ensure that you will not have to input answers to identical questionnaires multiple times while on our site.
Some third-party cookies, however, can only be limited by their websites as the instructions accorded them. We could collect non-personal data via third-party temporary and permanent cookies to;
- Gauge our site functioning and content
- Monitor the performance and use of our Website
- Conduct surveys to ensure that we provide you with an optimised website experience
- Google Analytics for site analysis. For an in-depth study of the Google Analytics cookie, kindly visit https://www.google.se/analytics. If you would like to turn off its usage on your device, visit https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
- Google Optimise to create varying versions of our Website for optimisation purposes. To learn more about the Google Optimize cookie, read https://www.google.com/analytics/optimize/.
- Cloudflare cookie to help spot unique clients behind a shared computer or server IP address.
- Cloudflare features to assist in the process of individual security settings per client.
The Ongoing Concerns about Cookies
In line with this policy, cookies have a myriad of legitimate uses in the processes of website optimisation and efficiency. Stored cookies have, however, raised privacy concerns online, but we would like to inform you that we do not track or collect and store private information from clients. Third-party cookies from advertisers can also be managed as per your browser’s user preferences.
How to Manage Cookies
Users can choose to control cookie usage on their browsers. Browsers can also automatically reject all cookies. Dismissing all cookies could adversely affect your interaction with our Website.
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