In order to get registered at dailycryptonews.com and our partners, the Client shall provide certain identifying details, including, inter alia, to prevent Money Laundering.
The Client shall provide true, accurate and updated information on his identity and shall not misrepresent himself to be another individual or legal entity. Any changes in the Client’s identifying details shall be notified to the Company immediately and in any case no later than the 7th day from the date of such changes.
The Client’s details that are provided and/or will be provided by the Client during his/her activity at dailycryptonews.com may be used by the Company for sending the Company’s advertising content to the Client, unless the Client removes the mark approving the Company to do so. Such removal can be done when (i) opening an account or (ii) when receiving such advertising content or (iii) by logging in and going to My Account > Personal Details. The Client may also send to the Company, at any time, an e-mail to [email protected] asking the Company to cease from sending such advertising content. The aforesaid mark removal and/or e-mail receipt by the Company will oblige the Company to cease sending advertisement content to the Client within seven business days.
The Client’s details that are provided and/or will be provided by the Client during his/her activity on the site may be disclosed by the Company to official authorities. The Company will make such disclosure only if required to be disclosed by the Company by applicable law, regulation or court order and to the minimum required extent.
Non-confidential information on the Client may be used by the Company in any advertising materials.
As a precondition for performing online transactions, the Client may be asked to provide certain identifying documents and any other documents required by the Company. If such documents are not provided, the Company can, at its sole discretion, freeze the Client’s Account for any period of time as well as to permanently close the Account. Without prejudice to the above, the Company may, at its sole discretion, refuse to open an Account for any person or entity and for any reason, or for no reason.
In case a person gets registered at dailycryptonews.com on behalf of a corporation or other business entity, such registration shall be considered as a representation by such person, and such person is authorized to bind the corporation or other business entity.
The Company shall not divulge any private information of its Clients and former Clients unless the Client approved in writing such disclosure or unless such disclosure is required under applicable law or is required in order to verify the Client’s identity. The Clients’ information is passed only to employees of the Company dealing with Client’s Accounts. All such information shall be stored on electronic and physical storage media according to applicable law.
The Client confirms and agrees that all or part of the information concerning the Client’s Account and Transactions will be stored by the Company and may be used by the Company in case of dispute between the Client and the Company.
At its sole discretion, the Company may, but is not obliged, to review and inspect any information provided by the Client, for any purpose. It is manifestly stated, and by its signature hereunder the Client also agrees, that the Company holds neither commitment nor responsibility to the Client due to any aforesaid review or inspection of information.
The Company will take measures to implement advanced data protection procedures and to update them from time to time for purpose of safeguarding the Client’s private information and Accounts.
Upon registration to dailycryptonews.com, the Client will be asked to choose a username and password to be used by the Client on each future login and for the performance of Transactions and use of the Company’s Services. In order to protect the Client’s privacy and operation with dailycryptonews.com, sharing registration details (including without limitation, username and password) by the Client with other persons or business entities is strictly prohibited. The Company shall not be held responsible for any damage or loss caused to the Client due to improper use (including prohibited and unprotected use) or storage of such username and password, including any such use made by a third party, and whether or not known to or authorized by the Client.
Any use of dailycryptonews.com with the Client’s username and password is Client’s sole responsibility. The Company shall not be held responsible for any such use, including for validation that Client is actually operating in his/her Account.
Client is obliged to forthwith notify the Company’s client service of any suspicion for unauthorized use of the Account.
The Company does not store or collect any Credit Card data.
In accordance with the recommendations of Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council, customer card details are protected using Transport Layer encryption — TLS 1.2 and application layer with algorithm AES and key length 256 bit
Anti Money-Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) Policy
It is the policy of dailycryptonews.com and its affiliates, (hereinafter “the Company”) to prohibit and actively pursue the prevention of money laundering and any activity that facilitates money laundering or the funding of terrorist or criminal activities. The Company requires its officers, employees and affiliates to adhere to these standards in preventing the use of its products and services for money laundering purposes.
For the purposes of the Policy, money laundering is generally defined as engaging in acts designed to conceal or disguise the true origins of criminally derived proceeds so that the unlawful proceeds appear to have been derived from legitimate origins or constitute legitimate assets.
Generally, money laundering occurs in three stages. Cash first enters the financial system at the “placement” stage, where the cash generated from criminal activities is converted into monetary instruments, such as money orders or traveler’s checks, or deposited into accounts at financial institutions. At the “layering” stage, the funds are transferred or moved into other accounts or other financial institutions to further separate the money from its criminal origin. At the “integration” stage, the funds are reintroduced into the economy and used to purchase legitimate assets or to fund other criminal activities or legitimate businesses. Terrorist financing may not involve the proceeds of criminal conduct, but rather an attempt to conceal the origin or intended use of the funds, which will later be used for criminal purposes.
Each employee of the Company, whose duties are associated with the provision of products and services of the Company and who directly or indirectly deals with the clientele of the Company, is expected to know the requirements of the applicable laws and regulations which affect his or her job responsibilities, and it shall be the affirmative duty of such employee to carry out these responsibilities at all times in a manner that complies with the requirements of the relevant laws and regulations.
The laws and regulations include, but not limited to: “Customer Due Diligence for Banks” (2001) and “General Guide to Account Opening and Customer Identification” (2003) of Basel Committee of banking Supervision, Forty + nine Recommendations for Money Laundering of FATF, USA Patriot Act (2001), Prevention and Suppression of Money Laundering Activities Law (1996).
To ensure that this general policy is carried out, management of the Company has established and maintains an ongoing program for the purpose of assuring compliance with the relevant laws and regulations and the prevention of money laundering. This program seeks to coordinate the specific regulatory requirements throughout the group within a consolidated framework in order to effectively manage the group’s risk of exposure to money laundering and terrorist financing across all business units, functions, and legal entities.
Each of the affiliates of the Company is required to comply with AML and KYC policies.
All identification documentation and services records shall be kept for the minimum period of time required by local law.
All new employees shall receive anti-money laundering training as part of the mandatory new-hire training program. All applicable employees are also required to complete AML and KYC training annually. Participation in additional targeted training programs is required for all employees with day to day AML and KYC responsibilities.