In order for us to be able to collect such information, through the cookies we use, we require that you provide your explicit consent for us to implement such cookies, in order for us to comply with all local and global policies and regulatory obligations as part of our service that will protect your privacy and personal data.
WHAT ARE COOKIES
Chainwire uses a variety of technological tools and features, including but not limited to pixels, scripts, crawlers as well as other data-driven programmatic tools which are commonly referred to as “Cookies” and are used to collect user information that will allow us to analyze, understand and confirm several usages and behaviors of our users while utilizing our services.
In addition, the cookies which we will use will allow us to enable and enhance the features that we provide as part of the website, recognize and analyze users’ interests and preferences, logins, and analytics of our users while on the website, so we could offer a more precise and efficient service to all of our users, same as various other online businesses which utilize the same type of cookies, either by them or third parties, that could be cooperating and/or in any other form of business relationship with Chainwire.
Whether a cookie is placed by Chainwire or a third-party vendor which cooperates with us depends on the domain that places the cookie. Chainwire’s cookies are cookies placed by the online service that the user visits.
Third-party cookies are cookies placed by a domain other than the domain of the online service that the user visits. Third-party providers place their cookies in the online service of the first-party provider, if they provide technologies that the first-party provider uses or provides to its users within its online service.
WHICH COOKIES DO WE USE?
At Chainwire we use a variety of cookies, in accordance with their specific function and necessary usage for which we require the cookie to be in use. Below are the list of cookies, their source, categorization, and intended use which we implement within the scope of our services.
In case you would like Chainwire to manage your cookie settings accordingly, we ask that you either change your cookie settings on the Chainwire website or that you contact our Company with the relevant cookie preferences which you may require (to be reviewed by the Company) in our contact details as they are indicated below. Depending on their function and intended purpose, cookies can be divided into five categories: necessary cookies, analytical cookies, functional cookies, targeting cookies, and flash cookies.
Please refer to the following list for the different types of cookies we can use within our online services.
|Inercom-id-[app_id]||Unique Anonymous Identifier||9 months||Anonymous visitor identifier cookie.|
|Intercom-session- [app_id]||Keeping track of sessions||7 days||Identifier for each unique browser session|
|devicePixelRatio||Identifying model of device||6 days||Adjusted pixel resolution for screen size to optimise the appearance of the site on different size devices|
|_ga||User usage analytics||2 years||Distinguishes users on the website to generate statistical data about their use of the website|
|_gat||Calculating user requests||1 minute||Throttles number of requests received by website visitors|
|_gid||User usage analytics and statistics||24 hours||Distinguishes users on the website to generate statistical data about their use of the website|
|Collect||User device tracking||Browser session||Tracks users across multiple devices to display advertisements|
|laravel_session||User detection access||30 days||Since HTTP driven applications are stateless, sessions provide a way to store information about the user across multiple requests. That user information is typically placed in a persistent store / backend that can be accessed from subsequent requests. We are using laravel_session cookie to detect user and give him an access to proper resources, like displaying orders or doing specific actions like generating a payment link|
|XSRF-TOKEN||User security||30 days||Used to prevent Cross-Site Request Forgery. A CSRF Token is a secret, unique and unpredictable value a server-side application generates in order to protect CSRF vulnerable resources. The tokens are generated and submitted by the server-side application in a subsequent HTTP request made by the client|
|_fbp||3 months||Used by Facebook to deliver advertisement products. “_fbp” is used to distinguish and keep track of your unique users.|
|_fbc||User session||“_fbc” is only set when a user arrives at your website from an Ad, and the destination URL includes the click identifier “fbclid”.|
As detailed above, our usage of the cookies indicated is done for a variety of purposes. As part of your usage of the services, we have implemented the cookies listed so as to provide you with the user experience which we offer, in any case of any partial acceptance or usage of the cookies indicated, it is possible that the product and website may not perform in the best manner available and several features, as well as our ability to provide a service, could not be available, in certain circumstances.
By clicking on the button provided, you enter into the use of all cookies mentioned in this Cookies Policy. Your consent is also stored in the form of a cookie (“opt-in cookie”) on your device to determine when you use the online service again, and whether you have already given consent. The opt-in cookie has a limited validity period of 12 months. You can manage, deactivate and delete cookies in your browser, but also permanently prevent the acceptance of cookies.
To do this, you must enable the browser function, which prevents the storage of cookies, and/or browse in Privacy Mode, depending on the browser which you use. To manage cookies, most browsers allow you to accept or reject all cookies or accept only certain types of cookies. More information on how to manage, deactivate and delete cookies can be found in the help function of your browser.
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