Terms and Conditions

FintechZoom is devoted to guaranteeing that all the data on pages hosted by FintechZoom.com or its subdomains is up-to-date and precise. Nevertheless, we are unable to take responsibility for the contents of external websites connected to through FintechZoom.com. It is the user’s sole responsibility when accessing third-party content.

No accountability can be taken by FintechZoom.com for any losses or issues that may have been caused due to reliance on any material found on this website.

It is important to understand that the content that is shared on this website is not a reliable source of financial advice. The views of the authors and other contributors are solely their own and should not be considered to be expert financial advice. If you are looking for this type of advice, it is strongly suggested that you contact a professional in the industry.

This site contains only informational material and should not be taken as investment advice.

When accessing FintechZoom.com, you acknowledge and accept the conditions stipulated in the Terms of Service Agreement.

FintechZoom is to be defended against any claims, costs, damages, losses, and/or expenses, including attorneys’ fees and costs, that arise out of or are related to a user’s access to or use of FintechZoom, violation of this user agreement, and/or violation of the rights of any third party or person. This applies to FintechZoom, its affiliates, officers, directors, employees, agents, and third party service providers.

FintechZoom shall not be responsible for any special, consequential, indirect, incidental, punitive, reliance, or exemplary damages, regardless of whether they result from tort, contract, or any other legal theory, related to this agreement and/or your use of or attempt to use FintechZoom. This includes, but is not limited to, damages due to the loss of profits, goodwill, use, or data. Even if we were aware of the potential for such losses, this limitation of liability will remain effective. Certain states do not allow for the exclusion of implied warranties or the limitation or exclusion of liability for incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusions may not apply to you. You may have other rights that vary from state to state.

By using FintechZoom, you agree to absolve us and all of our affiliates, third-party service providers, directors, employees, agents, and officers from any and all claims, demands, and damages, whether known or unknown, that may have occurred due to your utilization of the service.

In regards to any disagreement or dispute resulting from this user agreement, the laws of the United Kingdom and the city of London will be enforced without any consideration for its conflict of laws regulations.

Privacy Policy

This document outlines our commitment to protecting your privacy when using our services. We are dedicated to safeguarding any personal information provided by you.

At FintechZoom.com (“we”, “us”, “Website” or “FintechZoom”), we understand the importance of your privacy. This Privacy Policy (“Policy”), which applies to personal and customer data (“information”), is linked or referenced from our Website, as well as from our web browser extension FintechZoom – Blockchain & Ethereum News and other sources.

This Policy outlines the types of information we collect from visitors of our Website (“You”, “Your”) and how that data is employed. We explain the steps we take to ensure the security of the information, as well as ways you can contact us regarding our privacy regulations.

In order to conform to the GDPR regulations of 2016/679 and any related regulations, we will act as the data controller and be responsible for any personal data that we process.

1. Types of Data Gathered

1.1. Data Not Attached to a Specific Person:

1.1 (a) Upon accessing FintechZoom.com, our system acquires data on your utilization of our Website, which is obtained through automated methods, such as web server logs, JavaScript, and other similar technologies.

1.2. Data about the Individual:

1.2(a) We can gain access to your personal data from the following places:

– directly from you (such as from the website or online forms); and/or

– from third parties, such as service providers that are helping us to provide you with a service, or from your social media accounts used to sign up for our online services.

By agreeing to voluntarily submit your personal information to us, including through the Website, you are granting us permission to use such information as established in this Privacy Policy. If you choose to share such details, you understand that it may be sent from your current location to the servers of the Website and to any other authorized third parties, unless prohibited by the applicable law.

1.2(c) We may gather the following types of individual data regarding our current and prospective visitors:

a) Contact info;

b) Your IP address and exclusive mobile device identification numbers (e.g. device ID, advertising ID, MAC address);

c) Data concerning your device, such as maker, operating system, browser type and language;

d) General location information;

e) Specific geolocation data;

f) Data we collect with cookies and similar technologies;

g) Data we receive in the event that you connect a third-party tool with the Service (for example, Facebook, Google or Vkontakte);

h) Data for advertising and analytics purposes, so we can offer you a better Service;

i) Your messages to the Services (e.g. any feedback you gave about your experience);

j) Information about the use of our website (e.g. pages seen, geographical area, time spent on the site, online transactions);

k) Preferences regarding online marketing; and/or

l) Other data you decide to give us.

1.3. Supplementary Data:

Occasionally, we reserve the privilege of gathering information concerning legal entities that visit our Website, through their representatives.

The website, name, contact information (including business emails), country of incorporation and link to the Initial Coin Offering (ICO) of the legal entity can be found by us. (if applicable).

Our browser extension is able to acquire the information detailed in this Policy, yet it can only do so if you provide permission. We are not able to and do not monitor your web browsing activity.

2. What is our method of gathering data?

We might acquire personal particulars, like your email and name, from you provided that you offer them to us. You can certainly decline to give personal identification details. Anytime you come into contact with our Website, we may take note of non-personal identification information concerning you.

3. How do we utilize the data we acquire?

For the following endeavours, we employ non-personal information: 3.1.

(a) In order to avoid the need for you to look at unwelcome advertisements or to have to repeatedly sign in to the Website;

To figure out the total of individuals who visit our Website and which aspects of the Website are most widely used;

We make efforts to enhance the material on our website, as well as personalize the structure and content of the pages.

(d) to furnish the material that you ask for from the Website, such as an article, news item, review, or analysis.

We may use your personal information in various ways, including but not limited to sending you email newsletters, feedback and enabling you to comment on articles, interactive forms. If you give us your email, we may occasionally send out promotional emails, as well as informational emails about the Website’s operation, from us or our carefully selected partners. If you no longer want to receive electronic advertising emails, you can send a withdrawal notice to FintechZoom or click the “Unsubscribe” button in any email from them.

3.3. There are several types of third parties with whom we may share your information, including:

a) technical support personnel who help maintain our website and related infrastructure;

b) third party software providers who host relevant personal data for us;

c) professional advisers, such as lawyers, accountants, tax consultants, auditors, and insurance agents;

d) providers that help us generate and collect reviews concerning our goods and services;

e) advertising and promotional agencies that carry out our promotional activities and advertise their own products or services that may be of interest to you; and/or

f) service providers that assist us in providing our services.

We reserve the right to reveal your personal information to law enforcement or governmental entities as allowed under the law. This may include investigating illegal activities, suspected fraud, potential threats to safety, or any violations of our agreements. Additionally, this may be necessary if it is mandated by the law.

4. Baked Treats

Cookies are a popular type of baked treat that are enjoyed by many people. They can come in a variety of flavors and shapes and are often a favorite snack.

Files containing a small amount of data, among which is an anonymous unique identifier, are known as “cookies.” These are sent to the web browser from the Website and retained on the user’s computer’s hard drive.

We, like many other websites, employ the use of “cookies” to accumulate data. These cookies are used on our Website to collect information about your visit, facilitate navigation from page to page, count visits, and assess which areas and features of our Website are in demand. This allows us to obtain feedback in order to continuously advance our Website and provide better service to our customers. Cookies do not permit us to gather any personal details about you and we do not usually store any personal information that you supplied to us in your cookies.

Should you wish to, it is possible to delete or control the cookies on your computer. You can delete any cookies that have already been placed on your machine, and you can set the majority of browsers to stop them from being stored. Though, if you take this action, several features and services of our Website may not be available.

5. Retaining Data

The practice of keeping information that has been collected is known as data retention. It is a process that involves the storage and archiving of data for future reference. Data retention is often used for regulatory compliance, to assist in legal investigation, and for data analysis.

We will store your information for the length of time that is necessary to deliver services to you, or as is legally mandated. We will maintain and employ your data to abide by our legal obligations, tackle disagreements, and put into effect our agreements.

Reaching out to us at [email protected] will allow you to determine if any of your personal data is being processed at any point.

At any time, you are able to gain access to and export your data by sending an email to [email protected].

6. Grievances of Privacy

This section focuses on the issues related to privacy that have been raised.

To the extent we are subject to the EU General Data Protection Regulation with regards to our processing of personal information, we are relying on our legitimate interests, as previously mentioned. You have the right to refuse our use of your information for marketing purposes at any time by using the special unsubscribe button. If you wish to express objection to processing, you may contact [email protected].

The importance of privacy to us cannot be overstated. If you feel that we have not met the terms of this Privacy Policy in regards to your data, please contact our Data Protection Office at [email protected]. Please explain in as much detail as you can how you believe that this Policy has been neglected. We will look into your complaint as soon as possible and respond to you within a month.

7. Safeguarding Personal Information

We are devoted to protecting any personal information that is shared with us. We strive to ensure the security of this data by employing all necessary measures.

To guarantee the safety of your personal information, we have implemented administrative, physical, and technical safeguards to prevent any accidental, unlawful, or unauthorized destruction, loss, alteration, access, disclosure, or use.

To protect your data from any unauthorised usage, alteration, or disclosure, we have implemented the necessary security measures. Access to your data is only given to those individuals who need it for business purposes, and are subject to a confidentiality obligation. They will only be able to process your data under our instructions.

We have established protocols to address any possible cases of data compromise and will inform you and the pertinent governing body of a breach if we are obligated to do so by law.

8. How Long Is Your Personal Data Retained?

Our website will only store your personal data for the duration of your request or use of the site. The length of time it is held is only for the amount of time that is necessary.

9. Links from external sources

It is possible to come across connections from other websites while using this one.

At times, our Website may include third-party products or services, and these providers have their own separate and autonomous privacy policies. We have no control over the content and activities of these linked services, and we strive to protect the integrity of our Website. We would greatly appreciate any feedback concerning these services.

10. Data Analysis

Analyzing data is an invaluable part of any business, as it provides insight into customer trends and behaviour. Through the use of various analytical tools and techniques, businesses can gain a better understanding of their customers and make more informed decisions. By leveraging the power of analytics, businesses can ensure that their strategies are both effective and efficient.

In order to understand the number of people who frequent our Website and to recognize the areas of the site that are most popular, we have chosen to collaborate with web analytics companies that can provide us with this data. For more information, please consult the privacy policy of our web analytics company, Google Inc., which can be found at http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacy.html.

11. Modifications to the Privacy Policy

Occasionally, this Privacy Policy may be revised without prior warning to you in order to accommodate any changes to our approach to personal information. If there are substantial modifications, we will post a major version of the Privacy Policy on our Website and indicate the date it was last modified at the top of the document.

Twelfth: Kids

No one below 16 years of age or below the legal age of the country, if it is higher, is intended to be solicited or have their Personal Information collected on this Site. Persons that are underage or not of a legal age in the country should not submit Personal Information here.

13. What is Entitled to You

Your entitlements are defined and secured by the law. It is important to understand what rights you have and how you can exercise them.

You have the right to get information from us concerning the handling of your personal data, to view duplicates of all personal data held by us and to demand your personal data be amended, corrected or deleted from our databases. You may also choose to limit, restrict or oppose the processing of your data. We do not make any decisions only based on automated processing including profiling.

If you granted us consent to access your data, you may revoke it at any time. Please keep in mind that even if you withdraw your consent, we may still be able to use your prior consent as the lawful basis for processing your personal data before you withdrew it.

You can also object to our utilization of your personal data where we stated we are relying on our legitimate business interests to do so.

Should you request that we stop using and processing your data to provide services, as well as asking for a withdrawal of your personal information, contact us at [email protected]. We will be sure to reply within 30 days.

14. The Interaction between Law and Injury

The connection between law and harm is one that has been studied for centuries. It is an important consideration when discussing the impact of legal measures on the well-being of citizens. Questions about the effectiveness of laws in preventing or reducing harm, or the degree to which laws can be invoked to punish those who cause harm, are often at the center of legal debates. In order to properly evaluate the role of law in reducing or eliminating harm, it is essential to understand the relationship between law and harm and how it affects society.

This Policy does not obstruct us from keeping or revealing your information if we consider it reasonably required to obey a law, regulation, legal process, or a governmental request; to secure anyone’s safety; to deal with fraud, security, or technical issues; or to protect our or our visitors’ rights or property.

FintechZoom may be obligated to share personal information with certain legal bodies, such as law enforcement, data protection authorities, government officials, and other pertinent authorities, if they are legally required to do so or in order to protect the safety of both visitors and FintechZoom.

15. Reaching Out

If you have any questions or inquiries, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us. We are happy to respond to any requests.

If you have inquiries concerning our Privacy Policy, the operations of our Website, or any matters pertaining to our Website, please reach out to us at [email protected]

16. Movement of Private Information Outside the European Union/European Economic Area

Our affiliates both inside and outside the EEA will receive personal data from us. For transfers to those outside the EEA, we abide by the EU Commission-approved Standard Contractual Clauses for Controllers and, if applicable, Processors.

External vendors and service providers to whom we entrust services or functions are contractually obligated to comply with EU data protection rules. We also ensure that they only Process Personal Data in line with our instructions and for the agreed services, and guarantee the security and confidentiality of the personal data provided.

We may also share personal data with advisers, law enforcement, public authorities, the police, prosecutors, courts, and tribunals. All of these recipients must follow EU data protection rules.

17. Privileges of Utilization

The right to use something is given to individuals, allowing them to make use of the resource as they see fit.

By utilizing the Website, you confirm that you will only download the material found on the Website, such as text, graphics, video, audio material, software, or any other type of content, for your own personal and non-commercial purpose.

No copying, reproducing, duplicating, broadcasting, downloading, storing (in any medium), transmitting, reselling, showing or playing in public, or adapting and modifying the Content in any way is allowed, except for those circumstances mentioned above, without prior written authorization from FintechZoom.

FintechZoom holds all intellectual property rights, including copyright, for the Content accessible or downloadable from their site. These rights are strictly preserved.


This text is written to inform the reader that the following content should be taken with a grain of salt.

FintechZoom is offered without any assurances or guarantees as to its quality. We and any affiliates or third-party service providers we use deny, to the fullest extent allowed by law, any and all warranties, either expressed or implied, such as (but not limited to) warranties of merchantability, suitability for a given purpose, and non-violation of proprietary rights, or any other guarantee, condition, assurance or representation, either oral or electronic. Any damage to your device, lack of use, or loss of your user content is your responsibility alone.

Your activities and whatever information you provide or publish on FintechZoom are completely on you. We cannot be held legally answerable for any of your user content or activities that transgress the law or any third party’s or individual’s rights in any way.

Our purpose is to meet both your and the public’s needs, so if an issue or argument arises, you consent to bring it up and attempt to settle it with us informally. You can give us feedback and issues here or send us an email at [email protected].

The widespread use of technology has significantly impacted the way we interact with each other. It has become an integral part of our lives, allowing us to communicate and collaborate in ways that were previously impossible. The increasing reliance on technology has changed the way people interact, both in a positive and a negative way. While it has opened up new possibilities and opportunities, it has also created challenges and potential pitfalls. In order to take advantage of all the benefits of technology, it is important to be aware of both its potential benefits and its potential risks.

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