Bitcoin 360 AI uses several methods to collect Personal Data from users. When navigating the website and using available services, you will have your Personal Data collected in the following ways:
Volunteering data through website usage
When using Bitcoin 360 AI, through some of your actions, you will voluntarily be providing us with Personal Data. For example, when you register for a Bitcoin 360 AI account, we generally require basic personal details, such as a contact number, full name, and email address. This is necessary for us to create an account on your behalf. By providing data through our registration form, you consent to us collecting and processing this data.
Sharing data through communication
If you make an inquiry to the official Bitcoin 360 AI contact page, we will usually require information such as your full name, email address, and contact number. Alongside the reason for your message and the text, data, and images inside it, we will likely collect and store this data to make future correspondence straightforward. Any data irrelevant to our scope of services or the functioning of the Bitcoin 360 AI website will not be processed.
Additional data available from standard website usage
We may collect other additional Personal Data through various tools and cookies used on the Bitcoin 360 AI website. In this instance, the data collected will be related to the demographic background and behaviour of our users. This collected data will be used collectively as a form of group identification.
At Bitcoin 360 AI, we only process data that is crucial to the proper functioning of our website so that we can provide a positive user experience. We can analyse and improve our services by collecting and processing Personal Data. All data collection and processing is done in coordination with applicable privacy laws and does not violate user rights.
Data is collected and processed by Bitcoin 360 AI on the following legal grounds:
Please note that Bitcoin 360 AI is not the direct Data Processor, and no data is stored on our servers. After you create an account on our website, we have your consent to supply it to the designated Data Processor. This means we will share data with the affiliated broker who has been assigned to you and who, at this time, will be responsible for processing your data.
If you have any queries relating to our data-related rights or wish to raise your concerns, please contact your assigned broker directly through any available means of communication.
There are several ways that Bitcoin 360 AI utilises the data we collect from users. Overall, it is generally used to enable a more straightforward and efficient method of communication with our users and to enhance their website experience. In this section, we shall cover some of the main ways we use collected data.
Cookies are small text files that help identify and distinguish users and their devices when accessing Bitcoin 360 AI. Cookies are used to help us analyse our website performance and further improve it for the benefit of our users. Cookies are necessary for developing our website and allow us to tailor and enhance our services.
Three main types of cookies are used on our website to collect user data.
Bitcoin 360 AI does not store any Personal Data on our servers. Once we refer users with accounts to our affiliated third-party brokers, the brokerage will be responsible for processing, storing, protecting, and deleting any user data.
The Bitcoin 360 AI team strives to abide by the highest possible security standards to help protect user data. All necessary measures have been executed to ensure that user data is safeguarded throughout the use of this website. We will not share any user data with unauthorised parties. We will notify users in the case of being legally obliged to share data so that we can receive their explicit consent where it is necessary.
If we receive any requests for access to the data of our users, we shall take the appropriate measures to investigate these requests and determine their legitimacy, even if they are made by the authorities or government agencies. Bitcoin 360 AI will always do its best to determine if our users’ data privacy rights do not outweigh such requests and will only comply if legally required to. The client will be notified of any such requests for access to their data.
Our staff members are under strict confidentiality rules and are obligated to maintain user data privacy and not share it with anyone. Your Personal Data will only be exposed to the minimum number of people necessary to ensure our website and services can function properly.
If a request is issued by a government agency or body that has the legitimate right to, we may be obligated to disclose user data in order to obey the authorities. For instance, if a user is involved in a criminal investigation, we may need to cooperate with the corresponding authorities by providing them with Personal Data associated with the user in question.
Bitcoin 360 AI will not share user data with third parties without consent from the user. However, users need to be aware that their data will be processed by the Data Processor(s), who have their own privacy terms outlined on their respective websites.
Besides third-party brokers, the hosting company Bitcoin 360 AI uses to run its website also is legally entitled to access to user data and serves as an additional Data Processor.
The regulations outlined in the GDPR cover the following user rights:
Additionally, users have the right to refuse to accept data collection and contest our collecting of their data in the pursuit of a legitimate interest if they can prove their right to privacy overrides our stated grounds for data collection.
If you are an EU citizen and want to exercise any of your General Data Protection Rights (GDPR), you have the right to do so and are free to reach out to us through the Contact Us page of the official Bitcoin 360 AI website. Other privacy-related laws may apply depending on where users are located.