Who We Are
Key Coin Assets is a digital assets management firm. We focus on blockchain-based projects, protocols, decentralised applications, reverse ICOs, and Infrastructure-based projects.
- Digital Asset Management
- Brand Ambassadors
- Digital Marketing Services
Key Coin Assets deeply respects your privacy.
We understand the importance of protecting your personal data at every point of your engagement with our company.
In this Private Policy, we will describe the kind of information we collect when you visit KeyCoinAssets.com. We will also describe the type of information you provide when you visit our website.
This policy also explains what information we gather, how we use and maintain that information, and the circumstances in which we disclose that information to third parties.
Information We Collect
Key Coin Assets collects different types of information about and from users of our website, which includes:
Identifying information such as your:
- Date of Birth
- Postal Address
- E-mail Address
- Phone Number
- Account Information
- Digital Wallet Information
- Information by which we may contact you online or offline
- Information about your internet connection, usage details, and what equipment you use to visit and access our website
How We Collect It
Key Coin Assets collects such information in several ways:
When you provide such information directly.
When you navigate through our website. We automatically collect information such as IP addresses, usage details, and other data automatically collected through various tracking technologies such as cookies.
Through third parties such as our business partners who have collected data from you and transferred such data to us.
Information You Provide
You also provide information as you use our website here at Key Coin Assets.
You provide this information by filling out our forms, by availing of our services, or by using the services of a third party through our website. This includes any and all information you provide by registering to our website, investing and managing your digital assets through our websites, subscribing to Key Coin Assets various services, or requesting further information and services.
Key Coin Assets may also ask you to provide more information when you request to use some specific features, or when you choose to report a problem with our website to us.
We also keep records and copies of all communications you make with us (including your e-mail address and other contact information).
We record and keep any and all details of transactions you engage in through our website. This includes your requests that have been fulfilled. Key Coin Assets may require you to give us your financial information before we proceed with certain services we provide.
We record your search activities on our website.
What Happens When You Don’t Give Us Required Information
If you choose not to provide us with proper information, you may not be able to avail of certain products and services offered by Key Coin Assets nor can we enter contracts with you through our website. We may also not be able to comply with your requests such as requests for information.
There are still certain parts of our website you may access without sharing your information with Key Coin Assets.
Updating Your Information
Please know that we may keep your information as necessary to comply with legal requirements and to enforce our contracts or agreements.
Revoking Your Consent for Key Coin Assets to Use Your Information
You have the right to revoke your consent at any time. You may do so by sending us a request through our contact information at the top of this Policy. Should you opt out, please understand that doing so may not affect disclosures that are permitted by the law.
How We Share Your Information with Third Parties and Affiliates
Key Coin Assets does not rent or sell your information to affiliates and third parties for marketing purpose.
However, we may share your information with third-party service providers we partner with or we hire to provide services to Key Coin Assets. Such third party services providers may include, but are not limited to:
- Web analytics companies
- Marketing solutions companies
- Data management services
- Payment processors
- Law firms
- E-mail services providers
- Shopping carts
- Shipping Companies
Protect Your Security
While Key Coin Assets has built our website using authentication tools and standard security measures, we still cannot guarantee full protection of any information you send over the Internet due to its nature.
As such, we urge you very strongly to protect all passwords you use on our website. Please log out of our website when you're done using it, especially when you are using a shared or public computer.
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