We collect device-related information, server log information, and other types of anonymous information when you visit Bitcoin160.com, when you become a Bitcoin160.com customer. In addition, we collect personal information and financial information when you register and use your Bitcoin160.com account. Why we want to collect your personal information
In order to operate Bitcoin160.com and manage the provision of financial services, we need some personal information. If you are not comfortable with Bitcoin160.com to provide personal information, then our service will not be useful to you, you will not be able to open our account.
In order to provide better service, Bitcoin160.com collects all kinds of information when you visit the service or register as a customer.
As a visitor
we collect all kinds of information about visitors Bitcoin160.com, such as device-related information (browser type, IP address) and server log information (date and time of your visit day). We also collect information that you put into our website. We use this information to better understand our audience and our business, provide the services or information you request, and improve the Bitcoin160.com service. As an individual
When you choose to create a Bitcoin160.com account, we will also collect some personal information, including your legal name, email address, permanent address and date of birth. In order to provide financial services, we must also collect some additional information, including your social security number and financial status. You can choose not to provide this information but do not provide it, you can not become Bitcoin160.com customers. In addition to the registration process, if you use the site, we may collect various other types of personal information. We collect your e-mail address as part of our customer referral service, or if you subscribe to the Bitcoin160.com blog. If you decide to comment on the Bitcoin160.com blog, we will also collect your name. In addition, we may also collect personal information if you contact us or otherwise give it to us (for example, in an email).
We will not sell, rent or disclose personal information with any third party without your consent or legal requirements. In order to provide financial services, we may share your personal information with third parties, such as consumer authentication services and accounting firm, for your service as a client. We have entered this information confidentiality agreement that requires these third parties. If we carry out our business through Bitcoin160.com, we can exchange information with our professional investment or with others who can authorize the collection of information.
Once you have registered with Bitcoin160.com, you can access your profile, view the stored information, and modify the information. Due to regulatory requirements in the UK, we do not remove the remaining copies of outdated information and must keep all customer data for at least three years.
Bitcoin160.com works hard to protect your personal information. We use a variety of physical and electronic protection measures to keep your information safe. We use the most powerful browser to provide encryption, store all of our data on secure facility servers, and implement system processes and procedures for protecting and storing data. We restrict access to your personal information and financial information only with authorized access to the staff, we need to work with Bitcoin160.com, agree to keep your information confidential to third parties. In addition, if you choose to close your account or account is terminated with us, we will continue to adhere to the privacy policies and practices listed here. If you think you have access to the Bitcoin160.com account through our website or mobile application, it is your responsibility to protect and maintain your account and password confidential and restrict access to your computer.
Online tracking is used to provide targeted advertising about personal internet activity data as well as for other purposes. Customers using some modern browsers must activate the ability to "do not track" signals. Bitcoin160.com does not currently respond to the "no track" signal.