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Crypto Assets Are Not Legal Tender In Most Jurisdictions

Most crypto assets are not backed by any central government or legal tender (except in few, discrete cases), meaning each country has different standards. There is no assurance that a person who accepts crypto assets as payment today will continue to do so in the future. Holders of crypto assets put their trust in a digital, decentralized, and partially anonymous system that relies on peer-to-peer networks and cryptography to maintain its integrity, and neither vendors nor individuals have an obligation to accept crypto assets as payment in the future;

Loss of value, Volatility and Uncertainty of Future Performance

There is typically limited or no fundamental reasoning behind the pricing of crypto assets, creating the risk of volatility and unpredictability in the price of crypto assets relative to fiat currencies. Crypto assets have had historically higher price volatility than fiat currencies, including irrational and extreme moves in price as the process for valuation can be speculative and uncertain.

Liquidity Risk

Crypto assets can have limited liquidity that can make it difficult or impossible to sell or exit a position when desired. This can occur at any time, especially during periods of high volatility.

Market forces

Trading in crypto assets may be susceptible to irrational market forces, such as speculative bubbles, manipulation, scams, and fraud.

Financial Crime and Cyber Attacks

Cyber crime relating to crypto assets can be more prevalent than other financial crime as the ecosystem is totally digital and traditional governance and risk mitigants may be lacking. For example, a 51% attack is an attack on a blockchain by any person or group of persons who control more than 50% of the network. Attackers with majority control of a network can interrupt the recording of new blocks, alter payment history, and subvert funds. Users are susceptible to malware and fake/hijacked addresses and other forms of cyber-attacks and Users should always take care of passwords and double check the addresses and URLs before loading software or interacting with any platform, protocol, or service.

Absence of Control

Webpage Holder is not a broker, agent or advisor and has no fiduciary relationship or obligation to Users in connection with any transaction or other decision or activity undertaken by you using the Information. We do not control whether your use of the Information is consistent with your financial goals. It is up to Users to assess whether their financial resources are appropriate for their respective activity with us and risk appetite in the products and Information you use.

Availability of Information

We do not guarantee that the Information will be available at any given time or that the Information will not be subject to unplanned service interruptions or network congestion. You may not be able to buy, sell, store, transfer, redeem, send, or receive crypto assets when you want to.

Technology Risk

The risks of crypto assets being transacted via new technologies (including distributed ledger technologies) include, among other things, anonymity, irreversibility of transactions, accidental transactions, transaction recording, and settlement. Transactions in crypto assets on a blockchain relies on the proper functioning of complex software, which exacerbates the risk of access to or use of crypto assets being impaired or prevented. Moreover, there is risk of failures, defects, hacks, exploits, protocol errors, or unforeseen circumstances that might occur in connection with a crypto asset or the technologies on which the crypto asset is based.

Irreversible Transactions

Transactions in crypto assets are generally irreversible. As a result, losses due to fraudulent or accidental transactions may not be recoverable.

Third Party Risk

Third parties such as payment providers, custodians, exchanges, and banking partners may be involved in the provision of the Information. You may be subject to the terms and conditions of these third parties, and Webpage Holder cannot be responsible for any losses these third parties may cause you.

Taxation and Disclosure of Information

You are responsible for determining the taxes to which you may be subject and their application when using the Information. It is your responsibility to report and pay any taxes that may arise from transactions and you acknowledge that Webpage Holder does not provide legal or tax advice regarding such transactions. If you have concerns about your tax treatment or obligations you may wish to seek independent advice.

You understand that when, where, and as required by applicable law, Webpage Holder will disclose available information relating to transactions transfers, distributions or payments to the appropriate regulatory and tax authorities or other public authorities. Similarly, when, where and as required by applicable law, Webpage Holder will withhold taxes related to your transactions, transfers, distributions or payments.

No Investment and Legal Advice

Communications or information provided by Webpage Holder shall not be considered or construed as investment advice, financial advice, trading advice, or any other type of advice. The User is the only party who can determine whether an investment, investment strategy or related transaction is appropriate based on his or her personal investment objectives, financial situation and risk tolerance, and shall be solely responsible for any losses or liabilities that may result.

Regulatory Risk

The regulation of crypto assets and platforms is uncertain in many jurisdictions and Webpage Holder cannot be held responsible for compliance with legal rules of countries from which customers, on their own initiative, access the Information. Moreover, changes in rules applicable to crypto assets may considerably impact on the prices of those assets and are unpredictable. You further acknowledge the above list of risks is non- exhaustive and there may also be unpredictable risks.