Use of Cookies and Tracking Technologies

Last Revised on Feb 14th, 2023


Our website, like most websites, may use cookies, pixels, and other tracking technologies (“Tracking Technologies”) to collect information about you and your activity across our site. A cookie, for example, is a small piece of data that our website stores on your computer, and accesses each time you visit, so we can understand how you use our site. A pixel is a small portion of code that we use as part of our Services. We use pixels to learn whether you have clicked on certain web content. This helps us measure and improve our services and personalize your experience. Tracking Technologies help us to improve our Services including by conducting statistical analyses, estimating audience size and usage patterns, and identifying a user’s digital asset wallet address and wallet provider.

The different third-party cookie providers we may use are:

  • Google Analytics: is a web analytics tool that helps us understand how users engage with the website. Like many services, Google Analytics uses first-party cookies to track user interactions, as in our case, where they are used to collect information about how users use our site. This information is used to compile reports and to help us improve our website. The reports disclose website trends without identifying individual visitors. For more information on Google Analytics, see here. You can opt out of Google Analytics without affecting how you visit our site for more information on opting out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites you use, visit this Google page:
  • Google Adds: we use the platform to run advertising campaigns. The \_gcl cookie is used to measure ad and campaign performance and conversion rates for these ads. This cookie aids us in determining how many times users who click on our ads end up taking an action on our site, such as making a purchase.

Changing your settings

You may control the way in which your devices permit the use of cookies. If you so choose, you may block or delete our cookies from your browser; however, blocking or deleting cookies may cause some of our Services to work incorrectly or you to be unable to access certain parts of our website.

Most browsers accept cookies automatically. However, you may be able to configure your browser settings to use our Services without some cookie functionality. You can delete cookies manually or set your browser to automatically delete cookies on a predetermined schedule. For example, in the Chrome menu bar, select: More → Settings → Privacy and security → Cookies and other site data → See all cookies and site data, where you can choose to allow or block all or certain cookies, and choose to clear cookies when you quit Chrome.

For more information on how to manage your browser settings, please see below: