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Privacy Policy


BITCOIN MOTION places the privacy of all visitors to our website in high regard. We have made it our mission to ensure your personally identifiable information (Personal Data) stays personal. We will always take the appropriate steps to safeguard those mentioned above concerning the appropriate rules and regulations.

The following is an in-depth privacy statement that explains how BITCOIN MOTION (as a Data Controller) uses your Personal Data in the day-to-day running of the site. We accrue, use, disclose, or otherwise use your Personal Data as required by law or as otherwise specified in this document.

In the following privacy statement, we will use a wide variety ofl terms that have a specific definition under relevant privacy rules (for instance, “Personal Data” or “Data Controller”). Section 4 of this privacy statement features a glossary that explains the meaning of these terms.

BITCOIN MOTION reserves the right to amend this privacy statement by replacing it on BITCOIN MOTION’s website.

Should you have any questions relating to this privacy statement, please contact us.:

2.What do we do with your Personal Data?

What is Personal Data?

Personal Data is any information related to an identified or identifiable person. This includes (but is not limited to) names, addresses, photographs, legal documents such as passports or driving licenses, financial records, emails, other personal correspondence, and contracts.

Which Personal Data do we collect and process about you?

We collect both Personally Indetifiable Information (PII) and Non-Personally Identifiable Information (Non-PII). Therefore, we may collect and/or process the following information regarding you:

(a) Information that you provide to us: Personal Data given to us by you when requesting information from us or completing (contact) forms on our website;

(b) Information regarding your use of our website: statistics pertaining to your use of our website as received from Google Analytics;

(c) Correspondence: when you contact us (for example, via email), we may store our correspondence with you.

Who is the Data Controller, and what legal basis do we have for processing your Personal Data?

BITCOIN MOTION is the Data Controller as it pertains to your Personal Data. In this capacity, BITCOIN MOTION determines how your Personal Data is processed.

BITCOIN MOTION has four (4) legal reasons for processing your Personal Data, as detailed below:

(a) Contract performance: wherein your Personal Data is legally required for the preparation of, or entry into, a legal contract between you and BITCOIN MOTION;

(b) Consent: where you have consented to the use of your Personal Data;

(c) Legal obligation: where the use of your Personal Data is required in order for us to satisfy our obligations under EU law;

(d) Legitimate interest; wherein BITCOIN MOTION makes use of your Personal Data to achieve a legitimate interest, and our reasons for doing so are determined to take precedence over data protection rights.

How do we use your Personal Data?

The Data Controller will use your Personal Data for the following purposes:

(a) For communication and registration: when you contact BITCOIN MOTION or complete a (contact) form on our website, we will use your information to respond to, or process, your request;

(b) For promotions of BITCOIN MOTION: after receiving your consent, the Data Controller may contact you regarding promotions (e.g., marketing developments, promotional activities or pertinent news regarding BITCOIN MOTION);

(c) To improve the security and user experience of BITCOIN MOTION’s website: we may use your Personal Data (specifically as it pertains to your use of our website) to improve ease of use and security of said website.

What are cookies, and how do you use them?

Cookies are small text files that are sent to your device (phone or computer) that allows a website to recognize the phone or computer as a unique device.

We use cookies in order to improve your website experience and enable the site to function properly. You may delete or deactivate cookies through your browser settings; however, this will negatively impact your website experience and may, in fact, render the website unusable.

We use the following cookies:

(a) Functional cookies: These cookies are necessary for the website to operate. Without these, the use of our website is impossible;

(b) Google Analytics: These cookies are used to improve the quality of our website experience. BITCOIN MOTION has an agreement in place with Google whereby Google cannot view or otherwise make use of the data collected via these cookies.

(c) Third-party cookies: These cookies are placed by third parties and affiliate partners.

In order to adjust cookie settings from your browser, we’ve added the following pages to the most commonly used browsers worldwide for your convenience.

For the Chrome web browser, please visit this page from Google:

For the Internet Explorer web browser, please visit this page from Microsoft:

For the Safari web browser, please visit this page from Apple:

Please visit your web browser's official web pages for any other web browser.

Where is your Personal Data stored?

BITCOIN MOTION does not hold your Personal Data. We may, however, engage third-party service providers that will, at our request, process your Personal Data. Such requests are subject to data processing agreements, and your Personal Data will not be shared without your consent and/or unless at BITCOIN MOTION’s explicit request.

How does BITCOIN MOTION protect my Personal Data?

BITCOIN MOTION has implemented appropriate security measures to safeguard its users' personal data. Such safeguards vary according to the sensitivity and quantity of Personal Data. Access to Personal Data is restricted and is divulged only to personnel and third parties that require the information for legitimate business purposes.

If BITCOIN MOTION is legally obligated to disclose Personal Data, whether to law enforcement agencies or regulators, said agency or regulator will assume the role of Data Controller. BITCOIN MOTION will constantly assess requests made by such entities in order to ascertain whether the disclosure is a legal requirement and will only disclose as much Personal Data as is necessary to satisfy our legal requirements.

How long do you hold my data for?

BITCOIN MOTION holds your Personal Data for no longer than is required by the purpose for which it was obtained.

We are not responsible for data shared over online forums or via third parties.

3.What are your rights?

You have several rights with regards to your Personal Data, as detailed below:

(a) Subject access: you are entitled to access any Personal Data of yours held by BITCOIN MOTION;

(b) Rectification: you may request that BITCOIN MOTION correct or otherwise amend any inaccurate Personal Data;

(c) Erasure: you may request, under certain circumstances, that BITCOIN MOTION erase any Personal Data pertaining to you; in the event that other Data Controllers are currently holding any Personal Data, BITCOIN MOTION will also take reasonable steps to inform other said Data Controllers of your request;

(d) Portability: you may request that BITCOIN MOTION electronically transfer your Personal Data to a third party;

(e) Raise a complaint: you may raise a complaint regarding our use of your Personal Data with any relevant regulatory body in your jurisdiction. Please refer to the relevant data protection laws in your country of residence.

In addition, you, under certain circumstances, have the right to:

  • Withdraw any consent where processing is based upon said consent;
  • Object to any Personal Data processing justified by BITCOIN MOTION under legitimate interest legal grounds, unless BITCOIN MOTION’s reasons for processing your Personal Data in this manner are determined to outweigh your data protection rights.

4.Defined terms

Under relevant data protection law, the following terms have a specific meaning as detailed below:

Data Controller: the legal person or administrative entity that, whether alone or in conjunction with other persons/administrative entities, determines the purposes for and means of controlling and/or processing Personal Data.

Personal Data: any information related to an identified or identifiable person. This includes (but is not limited to) names, addresses, photographs, legal documents such as passports or driving licences, financial records, emails, other personal correspondence, and contracts.

Processing of Personal Data: any operation, or sequence of operations, concerning Personal Data. This includes (but is not limited to) the collection, recording, storage, organization, updating, dissemination, retrieval, amendment/modification, merging, linking, blocking, erasure, and/or destruction of Personal Data.