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The words "Customer", "you" and "your" refer to users of this website who have agreed to be legally bound by the terms and conditions set out by the Company. This terminology also applies to all other agreements: "Terms and Conditions", "Privacy Statement", "Disclaimer Notice" and any related documents. Our Company is referred to as "Company," "We," "Us," "We," "Our" and "Us. The terms "Party", "Parties" or "We" include both the Client and ourselves. All terms relate to the provision of our assistance to a Client in the most efficient manner for the specific purpose of meeting that Client's needs in relation to the provision of the Company's stated services in accordance with applicable United Kingdom law. . Any use of the above terminology or other terms in the singular, plural, he/she/it or they shall be understood as being interchangeable and referring to the same thing.
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We are not responsible for anything that appears on your Website. You promise to defend us against any allegations made against us on your Website. The Website must not contain any links that could be construed as defamatory, pornographic or illegal, or that in any way infringe or contribute to the infringement of anyone's rights.
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You may contact us at any time and let us know if you find any links on our website that are undesirable for any reason. Requests to remove links will be honored, but we are under no obligation to do so or to respond to you personally.
We do not guarantee the accuracy, completeness or currency of the information on this site, nor do we guarantee that it will remain available. We also do not guarantee that the content on this site will be updated.
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Cryptocurrency is a type of digital money that can be used as a means of savings, unit of account, or medium of exchange, but it is not recognized as legal cash. Cryptocurrencies are usually not backed or endorsed by any government or central bank, but they are sometimes traded for U.S. dollars or other currencies around the world. They are more volatile than regular currencies and their value is completely dependent on the supply and demand dynamics in the market. A given cryptocurrency can permanently and completely lose all of its value if there is no longer a market for it. The value of cryptocurrencies may be due to the continued willingness of market players to exchange paper money for cryptocurrencies.
The FDIC or SIPC does not provide insurance for cryptocurrencies. The use, transfer, trade and value of cryptocurrencies may be adversely affected by legislative and regulatory changes or actions taken at the state, federal or international level. The dangers associated with the purchase of cryptocurrencies include fraud, market manipulation, unpredictable price fluctuations or sudden disruptions, and cybersecurity threats. In addition, unlike the markets and exchanges for stocks, options, futures and foreign exchange, cryptocurrency markets and exchanges are not subject to the same regulations or customer safety safeguards. A person's decision to accept cryptocurrency as payment now does not guarantee that they will do so in the future. Investors should thoroughly research the authenticity of each cryptocurrency, including its platform, before making an investment.
The functions, operations, characteristics, performance, operation, application and other qualities of an individual cryptocurrency may be complex, technical or difficult to understand or evaluate. The security, integrity, or operation of a cryptocurrency may be subject to attack, particularly using computing power powerful enough to disrupt the normal functioning of the blockchain or other underlying technologies. Certain bitcoin transactions will be deemed to have taken place when they appear in the public domain, regardless of the time or date they were initiated.
Understanding the cryptocurrency markets is essential to trading cryptocurrencies. You must outbid traders from all over the world if you want to make money trading cryptocurrencies. You need to have the necessary information and experience before you can get involved in serious cryptocurrency trading. Any particular cryptocurrency may undergo modifications or otherwise cease to function properly as a result of adjustments made to its underlying technology, adjustments made using that technology, or adjustments caused by an attack. Without limitation, these modifications may include "fork," "rollback," "airdrop," or "bootstrap." Such modifications may reduce the value of an existing cryptocurrency stock or shift its value to another coin. Any cryptocurrency may have splits, rollbacks, attacks or failures to operate as intended, which could result in the cancellation, loss, double-spending or other loss of all or most of its value.
Cryptocurrency trading can be quite dangerous. Trading cryptocurrencies may not always be a good idea, especially if you are using money from your emergency fund, retirement savings, student loans, mortgage, or other deferred cash. Cryptocurrency trading carries the risk of significant and sudden loss of cash. Due to the volatility and unpredictability of cryptocurrency prices compared to traditional money, large losses can quickly occur.
The currently evolving and predictably rapidly expanding regulation of token sales, cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology and cryptocurrency exchanges varies widely among international, federal, state and municipal authorities and is fraught with ambiguity. The adoption of laws, regulations, guidelines or other measures by various legislative and executive authorities in the future could have a material adverse effect on the development, growth, adoption and use of cryptocurrencies. Failure by the Fund or specific cryptocurrency issuers to comply with any laws, rules and regulations, some of which may not yet exist, are open to interpretation or are subject to change, could have a number of negative consequences, including civil penalties and fines by state governments. International governments and self-regulatory organizations have, until recently, given cryptocurrencies little regulatory attention. As the cryptocurrency market has increased in size and popularity, some governments have begun to investigate how cryptocurrency exchanges, users, and issuers conduct business.
While most countries do not currently regulate cryptocurrencies or do so only to a small extent, some countries, including China, Iceland, Vietnam, and Russia, may adopt future regulatory measures that severely restrict the ability to buy, own, store, sell, or use cryptocurrencies or exchange them for fiat currency. Restrictions on the ownership, storage or trading of cryptocurrency may also follow such course of action.
The value of cryptocurrencies is highly volatile. Our Company may be materially and adversely affected by fluctuations in the price of cryptocurrencies, and the value of the portfolio held by the Fund may also experience significant price volatility. The value of cryptocurrency is highly volatile and has traditionally been subject to large swings. The market price of cryptocurrencies can be affected by a number of variables, including, among other things:
In addition, a decline in the value of a particular cryptocurrency may cause instability across the blockchain asset sector as a whole and impact other blockchain assets. For example, user confidence in one cryptocurrency may affect the industry as a whole and cause price fluctuations in all cryptocurrencies and other blockchain assets. A security breach affecting holders of a particular cryptocurrency may also adversely affect holders of other cryptocurrencies.
Date: October 13, 2023.
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