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What are “Cookies”?
A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on your computer by your web browser. Cookies were designed to be a reliable mechanism for websites like ours to remember important information (such as items added in your online cart) or to record your browsing activity. They can also be used to remember pieces of information that you previously entered into form fields such as names, addresses, and passwords.
Cookies can also perform essential functions such as authentication cookies which know whether you are logged in or not, and from which account you are logged in with. This helps us determine whether to send a page containing sensitive information or to require authentication through logging in. These are called "first party cookies". Cookies set by other parties outside of Beaxy are called "third party cookies". These parties compile long-term information regarding your internet use. We will not authorize any third party cookies unless they are absolutely necessary for Beaxy to carry out our exchange functions through our third party service providers.
We treat information collected by cookies only to the extent it is helpful to you by way of convenience and customization of your experience with us. However, we will comply with all applicable laws and regulations regarding the privacy of IP addresses and other user information. If your confidential information is combined with this public information, we will treat it as confidential information.
When you use Beaxy exchange, we aim to provide the best possible user experience. The cookies you provide us help inform us about our platform and how we can customize the best possible experience for you. This is done by showing us what pages and aspects of our platform are used the most and what people keep coming back to. This helps us provide the best possible experience as we continue to improve our new platform.
Here are some examples of cookies we collect and how we can use them:
- We may collect identifying information regarding your jurisdiction, language, location and time zone. This can help us customize our services to you and ensure we are not violating the law of a certain jurisdiction.
- We may collect information about the web pages you browse on our platform. This helps us to understand which of our pages are the most popular and which are not delivering value to our users. This helps us continue to improve the experience we provide to you. In most instances, this will not be linked to your IP Address.
- We may collect information regarding your personal information related to your Beaxy account. This will help you continue to visit our site more easily and conveniently and provide a more streamlined experience.
How Cookies Can Help
Some cookies are helpful because they allow you to use certain aspects of our platform. These cookies are necessary for you because they allow you to enter certain secure areas and are necessary for us to ensure that you are a registered user of our platform.
These cookies don’t collect your confidential information but show us statistics about how you use our website and platform. They show us the most used pages, how long you spend on each page, and what pages go unnoticed. These cookies improve our services and help us give you a better experience without capturing any confidential information.
These cookies help us cater our services to you and allow us to customize an experience for each user. These cookies remember your preferences (such as whether you prefer “night-mode”) and other choices you have made on our platform. They also provide convenience for login by remembering usernames and/or passwords if you so choose.
Do these Cookies Go Away?
Most cookies will only last for the current session you are logged into your Beaxy account. However, there are cookies that last until they expire or are deleted by you. Always be aware to delete any cookies you do not want persisting on your device.
Accepting or Denying Cookies
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