Privacy Policy

We take your privacy seriously. If you have any questions or concerns, be sure to reach out. You may do so by using the contact section of our site.
It is a priority to keep you anonymous and a big part of that is to only collect or store information that is necessary or abundantly beneficial to you.

We are not collecting anything for the purpose of statistics. While stats are helpful, it is not necessary and your privacy is more important.

Here are some key points IP Addresses Rotating Access and Error logs Standard webserver practices Used for debugging and/or improving the service.
We see an IP address, date and time of access, what page was accessed, the site/page you came from, what browser was used, and server side errors Example (made up IP address): - - [18/Aug/2021:12:24:55 -0700] "GET /privacy-policy HTTP/1.0" 200 8681 "" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/92.0.4515.131 Safari/537.36" Google Login your name is displayed to you only.
We do not store your name.
A hash of your email is used as an internal ID.

We do not store your email address.

We only see your email if you send us an email/use our contact form Email Form/Communications.
When you contact us through the email contact form, we may reply to that email.
We will use any provided personally identifiable information for the purpose of the contact.
Emails are deleted after the conversation is over.
Algo Wallet Addresses Access information on the blockchain Site related information Use as an internal id on the site Cookies Store session information.
They expire after 24 hours of website inactivity. Session information is not available after logout or expiring.

You're not personally identifiable by providing your Algo Wallet Address, logging in with your Google account, transaction id (txid), or your email address hash, UNLESS it is provided while you say who you are - you shouldn't do that.

With all that being said, it's important to know that anything that happens on the Algorand Blockchain is visible to the public, including, but not limited to, transaction notes, tokens you hold, balances, and where you send and receive them.

Last Modified: 06/06/2023