CCFOUND

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROVIDING SERVICES

I.

GENERAL PROVISIONS

1.

Purpose

CCFOUND is a place for knowledge exchange, operating in the form of a website, the purpose of which is to enable Users to ask questions in the form of Q&A as set out in these Terms and Conditions and information provided directly on the Platform and other documents provided by CCFOUND.

2.

CCFOUND

These Terms and Conditions apply to you as the User and acting jointly

1)

C C FOUND Education & Training Computer Software (License no.: 952117) with its registered office at: Marina Plaza 1302, Al. Marsa, P.O. Box 283 691 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

2)

CCFOUND EDUCATION AND TRAINING COMPUTER SOFTWARE LIMITED (License no.: CL5622) with its registered office at: Dubai International Financial Center, Unit GD-PB-04-06-OF-13 Level 6 Building Name Gate Precinct Building 04, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Any statements should be made only to the appropriate entity. The contact with the Service Provider is available at the following email address: support@ccfound.com..

3.

Services

These Terms and Conditions define the rules for using the Internet Platform available at https://beta.ccfound.com/en, as well as for the provision of electronic services through it. CCFOUND is the entity managing the Platform, while Users making transactions with other Users (including trading Found Vouchers) may establish relationships on the basis of separate regulations or terms of service.

4.

Terms and Conditions and other documents

Each User is obliged, from the moment of taking steps to use the Platform (which should also be understood as simply browsing the Platform), to comply with the provisions of these Terms and Conditions. The content of these Terms and Conditions is available to Users on the Platform at https://beta.ccfound.com/en. The User is obliged to read the content of these Terms and Conditions. Acceptance of the Terms and Conditions is voluntary, however, it is a condition for using the Platform. Documents intended for Users are made available in electronic form on the Platform in such a way that Users can store and retrieve them in the course of ordinary activities.

5.

Reservations

The activities of CCFOUND do not in any way refer to investments as investment funds. The wording "investments" or "investment" in terms of information posted on the Platform should only be defined as purchasing or seeking Found Vouchers. The activity of CCFOUND cannot be viewed as investment advice, investment recommendation or intermediation in such advice or recommendation or management of any assets of the User.

II.

DEFINITIONS

1.

Service Provider / Administrator / CCFOUND

The Administrator and Service Provider of the Platform https://beta.ccfound.com/en in accordance with the information provided in point I of these Terms and Conditions.

2.

Platform

The website located at https://beta.ccfound.com/en

3.

User

a natural person, legal person or an organizational unit without legal personality, to whom legal capacity is granted under separate regulations, conducting business or professional activity, or otherwise having an appropriate authorization regulated by national law, to use the Platform, if such is necessary in the place of his residence or stay.

4.

User Account

a set of resources and rights granted to the User as part of the Platform, containing information necessary for his authorization and enabling the use of the Services.

5.

Services

digital services provided via the Platform, in particular consisting in providing Users with the possibility of asking questions in the form of Q&A along with the possibility of secondary trading in Found Vouchers as part of the relationships taking place directly between the Platform Users.

6.

Newsletter

Electronic service provided via the Platform, which allows interested persons, including Users, to receive periodic information from the Service Provider about the activities of CCFOUND to the provided email address (with prior consent).

7.

Found Voucher

a term referring to a unit of the value of assets operating on the Platform, in the form of a digital record (layer2), entitling the holder to perform activities in accordance with the information provided on the Platform and in these Terms and Conditions.

8.

ICT system

a team of cooperating IT devices and software, ensuring processing and storage, as well as sending and receiving data via telecommunications networks using a terminal device appropriate for a given type of network

9.

Suppliers

third parties that provide or may provide additional services and content on the Platform.

III.

ACCESS AND USE OF THE PLATFORM

1.

Platform availability

The Platform is available to all Users who are connected to the Internet. In order to use the Platform, the User must correctly enter the website address and run it on his device that supports the ICT System. Services using the Platform are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at the User's individual request, consisting in launching the Platform and using the Services

2.

Restrictions

The use of the Services may be territorially restricted. The Service Provider offers access to the Services in accordance with local law. The Service Provider does not allow the use of the Services by Users under the jurisdiction of: Cuba, Iran, Israel, Iraq, North Korea, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Pakistan, Nigeria, India, Indonesia, Benin. The Service Provider reserves the right to choose, limit or refuse to provide services in a particular jurisdiction at any time. The Service Provider also has the right to temporarily or permanently stop or limit the provision of the Services, without prior notice to the Users. In particular, the Service Provider is entitled to carry out maintenance works aimed at restoring the security and stability of the ICT System. The User is not entitled to any claims related to the interruption or cessation of the Service by the Service Provider

3.

Rules for using the Platforms

Users are obliged to use the Platform in a manner consistent with applicable law, the Terms and Conditions, website regulations and the Providers' regulations, as well as with the principles of social coexistence, including general principles of using the Internet and websites, as well as with respect for the rights of third parties and the Service Provider. The User is obliged, in particular, to use the Platform in a way that does not interfere with its functioning, is not inconvenient for other Users and the Service Provider, as well as with respect for the personal rights of third parties (including the right to privacy) and any other rights they are entitled to. In addition, the User is obliged to use all information and materials made available through the Platform only within the scope of fair use and possible licenses.

4.

Prohibited content

The User is obliged not to provide illegal or offensive content, content violating the personal rights of third parties, inciting to commit a crime, as well as vulgar statements, and advertising content without the prior consent of the Service Provider. Users are obliged to immediately notify the Service Provider of any violation of their rights in connection with the use of the Platform.

5.

Consequences of violations

If it is found that the User commits activities prohibited by law or the Terms and Conditions, or violating the principles of social coexistence or detrimental to the legitimate interest of the Service Provider, the Service Provider may take all legally permitted actions, including limiting or preventing the User from using the Platform and Services provided through it.

6.

External services and content

The Service Provider, also as part of cooperation with Suppliers, may provide Users with additional services and content on the Platform. The rules for the provision of electronic services as part of these websites are set out in the individual regulations of these websites. Using additional services and content requires reading and accepting their regulations. In the event of a conflict between the Terms and Conditions and the regulations of additional services and content, the provisions of the regulations of individual websites shall apply. In matters not covered by the regulations of individual websites, the provisions of these Terms and Conditions shall apply.

IV.

USER ACCOUNT AND CONCLUSION OF THE AGREEMENT

1.

Users

The Agreement, as defined in the registration of the User Account, may be concluded by adult natural persons, legal persons and other organizational units to which separate regulations grant such an option. The age of majority is determined by the law of the country of origin of the User, with the minimum age for a natural person being 18 years. The Service Provider's provision also includes enabling the Platform to be viewed in parts that are visible to people who do not have a User Account.

2.

Agreement

When performing any activities on the Platform, the User hereby declares that he has read these Terms and Conditions and other documents visible or available through the Platform, and that he accepts their content fully and without any reservations. During the registration of the User Account, an agreement for the provision of electronic services is concluded between the Service Provider and the User. The agreement is concluded for an indefinite period.

3.

User Account

User Account registration takes place only via the Internet. The User is obliged to provide the required information contained in the registration form on the Platform. A User Account may also be created by linking the Account with your wallet (e.g. MetaMask), in accordance with the information available in the Account registration form. The Service Provider is not responsible for the consequences of obtaining by third parties the password to access the User Account. The User may have only one User Account on the Platform.

4.

Closing the User Account

Both the User and the Service Provider have the right to terminate the agreement for the provision of electronic services at any time, without giving reasons. By terminating the agreement by the User, it should be understood as closing the User Account. In such a case, the termination of the agreement is effective upon the closure of the Account by the User. The Service Provider reserves the right to terminate the agreement with immediate effect for a valid reason, in particular in the case of a breach of essential provisions of these Terms and Conditions by the User, which is considered primarily the dissemination by the User of information contrary to these Terms and Conditions or the principles of social coexistence.

5.

User Statements

The User accepts the provisions of these Terms and Conditions in full, without reservations and additions, and acknowledges and accepts that the Service Provider does not guarantee that the use of the Platform or Found Vouchers will bring the User the expected results, or economic or financial benefits. In addition, in the scope of all transactions made via the Platform, the Service Provider informs and the User accepts that the right to withdraw from the agreement is excluded due to the delivery of digital content, as well as making payments in virtual currencies related to the financial market over which the Service Provider has no control, which results in the volatility of their (virtual currencies) price. The User also declares that as part of the purchase of Found Vouchers, he acts on his own behalf and for his own benefit. The User acknowledges and accepts that the Found Voucher is not:

1)

a personal document, at the request of or issued to the bearer, as well as a financial instrument and a participation unit or an investment certificate within the meaning of the relevant national laws at the place of the registered office of CCFOUND;

2)

a retail collective investment product within the meaning of Article 4 of Regulation (EU) No. 1286/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council on key information documents for packaged retail and insurance-based investment products (PRIIPs) and is not covered by government-guaranteed regulation.

V.

USER CONTENT

1.

User Content

The Platform allows Users to add posts, texts, photos, videos, links and other files and other information in order to make them available for public viewing. By User Content, it should be understood as all materials that the User sends, publishes or displays to others via the Platform. In view of the above, the User acknowledges and accepts that as part of the use of the Platform, this content may be viewed by other third parties. The Service Provider may remove User Content suspected of spam or violating the provisions of these Terms and Conditions, as part of the internally applicable judicial system operating on the Platform.

2.

Posting content on the platform and granting a license

By sending, publishing or displaying User Content on the Platform, the User grants the Service Provider a free, non-exclusive license, without territorial limitation in all fields of use, including, but not limited to, using, copying, reproducing, processing, adapting, modifying, creating derivative works, posting, transmitting, storing, displaying and distributing, translating, communicating and making available to the public, including for automatic distribution, such as an application programming interface (also known as "API"). The User agrees that this license covers the Service Provider's right to share User Content with other third parties, including Suppliers, for the purpose of transmitting, communicating and publicly sharing, distributing or publishing User Content on the Platform or through other third-party services or other methods of distributing User Content. The license specified in these Terms and Conditions also covers the right of other Platform Users to use, copy, reproduce, adapt, modify, create derivative works, publish, transmit, display and distribute, translate, communicate and publicly share User Content. Except as expressly provided in these Terms and Conditions, the license granted by the User does not grant the right to use automated technology to copy, ask and answer or collect questions and answers for the purpose of creating derivative works. After publishing the answer to the question, the User may edit or remove his answer from the public view on the Platform, provided that no one has previously added any comment or other answer to the answer or question. However, CCFOUND may not be able to control the removal of a particular answer from the public view on the Platform or on other sites where the answer has been disseminated. The published question may be edited or deleted at any time by the User posting the question or by the Service Provider. Any changes made by the User may be visible to other users. The Service Provider's right to copy, display, send, publish, execute, distribute, store, modify and otherwise use any question posted by the User and to sub-license these rights to other persons is irrevocable to the maximum extent permitted by the provisions of generally applicable law, with the exception of situations specified separately in these Terms and Conditions. The User acknowledges and agrees that the Service Provider may retain User Content, and may also disclose User Content and related information, if required by generally applicable law or in order to: (a) enforce the provisions of the Terms and Conditions; (b) responding to statements that User Content posted on the Platform violates the rights of third parties; (c) detect, prevent or otherwise resolve fraud, security or technical issues; or (d) protect the rights, property or safety of the Service Provider and the Platform Users. The User accepts that the Service Provider may modify, adapt or create derivative works from User Content in order to send, display or distribute it in computer networks or other data transmission techniques using telecommunications, IT and wireless networks on any medium. The User also authorizes the Service Provider to act as a non-exclusive representative in order to take action against the unauthorized use of User Content by external entities outside the Platform. The Service Provider may at any time remove or refuse to publish User Content, in whole or in part.

3.

User's Responsibility

By publishing his content on the Platform, the User declares and guarantees that: (a) he has the ownership rights or has obtained all necessary licenses or permits to use the content and grants the Service Provider the right to use User Content in accordance with the provisions of these Terms and Conditions and (b) the User's published content does not violate the intellectual property or personal rights of third parties, or generally applicable law. The User assumes full responsibility for any infringement of intellectual property or personal rights of other third parties or violation of the provisions of generally applicable law in connection with the content posted on the Platform. The User is responsible for the fact that the content published by him does not violate these Terms and Conditions or any other rules published on the Platform or other applicable law. The User agrees to pay all license fees, royalties, and any other funds owed to any person in respect of User Content.

VI.

USE OF FOUND VOUCHERS

1.

Found Voucher

As part of activities performed on the Platform in relation to the functionalities offered by the Platform itself or services of third parties (e.g. MetaMask), the User obtains the option of making settlements on the Platform using Found Vouchers under the conditions specified in these Terms and Conditions.

2.

Purchase of Found Vouchers

The User via the Platform, as part of his User Account, may purchase Found Vouchers in order to use them on the Platform. For this purpose, the User is obliged to provide all data required during the transaction process in connection with the purchase of Found Vouchers. The minimum quantity that the User must purchase during one transaction process has been set at 50 Found Vouchers. The User can select a larger quantity by directly indicating the appropriate number in the transaction form. The User also declares that the funds intended for the purchase of Found Vouchers come from legal sources. The purchased Found Vouchers are delivered electronically by directly assigning them to the User Account. The delivery of Found Vouchers purchased by the User will take place no later than within 48 hours from the moment of correct payment, in accordance with the activities performed by the User. CCFOUND also points out that in exceptional circumstances beyond the control of CCFOUND, such as e.g. technical breaks, system failures or the occurrence of broadly understood Force Majeure, delivery of Found Vouchers purchased by the User may be extended up to a maximum of 14 days.

3.

Found Vouchers Conversion

The User, via the Platform, as part of his User Account, may also convert Found Vouchers held by him to funds expressed in virtual currency, using payment operators cooperating with CCOFOUND. For this purpose, the User is obliged to provide all data required during the transaction process in connection with the process of conversion of Found Vouchers. The minimum amount that the User can convert during one transaction process has been set at 50 Found Vouchers. The User can select a larger quantity by directly indicating the appropriate number in the transaction form.

4.

Settlement Value

The User acknowledges that the settlement unit for the purchase of Found Vouchers are virtual currencies or traditional currencies, each time specified by third parties or websites of these third parties. In the case of conversion of Found Vouchers, the User acknowledges that only virtual currencies are the settlement unit. Basically, CCFOUND cooperates with the following payment operators as part of the purchase or conversion of Found Vouchers:

2)

Google Pay https://stripe.com

3)

Coinbase Commerce https://stripe.com

CCFOUND reserves the right to change, add, delete or modify a particular payment operator, and also reserves the right to accept payments directly from the User (e.g. bank transfer) for a given transaction.

5.

Use of Found Vouchers

Via the Platform, the User is able to use Found Vouchers held by them, in accordance with the information provided directly on the Platform. Basically, the User can use Found Vouchers in the following way

1)

PAYWALL

Using Found Vouchers, the User may unblock access to paid content on the Platform. In such a situation, the User is obliged to provide a certain number of Found Vouchers in the transaction form, as an access to the given paid content on the Platform. When the content is unblocked by the User who transfers Found Vouchers, the balance of Found Vouchers held by that User is reduced accordingly, in line with the messages displayed in the transaction window.

2)

PAID QUESTION:

The User may post on the Platform a so-called “paid question”, using the functionalities offered by CCFOUND. In such a situation, the User indicates in the form for placing a paid question a certain number of Found Vouchers that he intends to allocate (as part of the transfer) in order to get an answer to his question. The specified number of Found Vouchers by the User asking the question will be divided among other Users who answer this question, according to the number of likes they have obtained (according to the internally binding algorithm).

3)

DONATE

The User may transfer (so-called “donate”) to another User a certain number of Found Vouchers. The purpose of such a solution is the willingness to pay another User by a person who has a certain number of Found Vouchers in their Account

CCFOUND charges a fee of min. 20% (in words: twenty) from each transaction made using Found Vouchers, to which the User hereby agrees. Details regarding individual functionalities are specified each time on the Platform. The User has the opportunity to get acquainted with these functionalities as well as their terms and conditions at the time of performing a given activity. At the time of the transaction by the User, the balance of the User's Found Vouchers is irretrievably reduced (as part of the transfer). This process is carried out automatically, without the possibility of changing or modifying it. The User acknowledges and agrees that all purchases, sales, exchanges, conversion or transfers are final and there is no refund for the transaction in question.

6.

Verification

CCFOUND or cooperating entities (e.g. payment operators) in the scope of activities performed by the User in connection with the purchase or conversion of Found Vouchers, may verify the User to the extent specified in the relevant international anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML) laws. As required by law, the entity performing such verification may perform it again in the event of statutory premises, including in accordance with the internally applicable security procedure.

7.

Fees

Fees for the use of Found Vouchers are determined each time by third parties or websites of these third parties as part of the transaction made by the User. The User undertakes to pay all necessary fees for the use of Found Vouchers on the Platform, including the purchase or conversion thereof, in accordance with the information provided by the payment operator.

8.

Security

The User is obliged to protect all passwords, logins and data enabling access to Found Vouchers, User Account or wallet (e.g. MetaMask) against access by third parties. Any consequences resulting from the entry into possession by third parties of passwords, keys or other data enabling access to data or funds belonging to the User, do not give rise to liability on the part of the Service Provider. If the User exchanges Found Vouchers for funds denominated in virtual currency, he hereby acknowledges that the wallet address indicated by him in the transaction form must be in accordance with the ERC-20/BEP-20 standard. If the wallet address indicated by the User in the transaction form is inconsistent with the terms of service specified by the payment operator or is incorrect, CCFOUND shall not be liable in this respect and will not be obliged to return to the User Found Vouchers or any funds that the User would have received in the event of a correct transaction.

9.

Knowledge of the principles of operation of Found Vouchers

The User declares that he has familiarized himself with the mechanism of functioning of Found Vouchers based on the Services made available through the Platform, as well as obtained all necessary information and data that he considers sufficient to make a decision to purchase Found Vouchers, and that he has extensive knowledge of the functioning, use or usability of software based on blockchain technology or other equivalent technology. The User acknowledges and accepts that all transactions related to the purchase or conversion of Found Vouchers are carried out automatically, based on the User's decisions and orders placed by him on the Platform. The User is solely responsible for determining if his decision to purchase or convert Found Vouchers is appropriate for him. If the User has doubts as to the functioning of Found Vouchers, before taking any action on the Platform, he should contact his own legal, tax or investment advisor

10.

Taxation

The User is obliged to determine how and according to what law will be taxed in connection with the use of Found Vouchers by using the Platform (purchase or conversion), and is also obliged to pay tax to the competent tax authorities for a given User. The Service Provider is in no way responsible for the User's incorrect tax settlement.

VII.

REPORTS AND COMPLAINTS

1.

Contact with the Service Provider

All reports related to the functioning of the Platform and the provision of Services through it, as well as questions regarding the use of the Platform should be directed to the Service Provider at the following email address: <a href="https://mail.google.com/mail/?view=cm&fs=1&tf=1&to=support@ccfound.com" target="_blank">support@ccfound.com</a>

2.

Content of the report

The report should contain: User's data, including contact details, reason for report, detailed description and reason for report.

3.

Consideration of the report

Within 30 days from the date of its receipt, the Service Provider considers the report and informs the User about the result of its consideration. This deadline may be extended if the consideration of the complaint requires special information or the Service Provider encounters other difficulties beyond its control or if it is necessary to obtain additional information from the User. The reply to the complaint will be given by the Service Provider to the email address from which it was received. Sending a complaint by the User in an electronic form is tantamount to consenting to receive a response from the Service Provider also in electronic form.

4.

Disputes

Any disputes that may arise under these Terms and Conditions will first be settled amicably, by mutual arrangements between the User and the Service Provider. The User acknowledges and accepts that the amicable dispute resolution procedure is a condition precedent that must be met prior to commencing any legal proceedings. In such a situation, the User is obliged to contact the Service Provider in accordance with the conditions described in this section of the Terms and Conditions. If the above condition is met, as well as in the absence of an amicable solution to the dispute, the provisions of these Terms and Conditions will be settled by the court competent for the place of the current seat of the Service Provider. At the same time, the User acknowledges and accepts that disputes arising from these Terms and Conditions may only be considered on the basis of an individual case of the User. The Service Provider is in no way obliged to settle disputes as collective cases or as a collective legal action.

5.

Reservations

The Service Provider reserves the right not to respond to a complaint that is manifestly unfounded, in particular to the extent that the complaint has already been considered in relation to a given User

VIII.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THE SERVICES

1.

System operation

The Service Provider ensures the operation of the ICT system that he uses in such a way that each User may terminate the use of the Services at any time free of charge.

2.

Cryptographic techniques

The Service Provider ensures the operation of the ICT system that he uses in a way that prevents unauthorized access to the content of the message constituting electronic services, in particular with the use of cryptographic techniques.

3.

Competent entity

The Service Provider provides unambiguous identification of the parties to the electronic service and exercises due diligence to ensure the User about the competent entity that offers the product or service available on the Platform.

Technical risk

The Service Provider reserves that the use of electronic services may involve technical risk, typical for the use of IT systems. Users should protect their electronic connections and devices against unauthorized access, including in particular installing anti-virus software or more advanced security measures.

4.

The function and purpose of the software

The current information on the function and purpose of the software or data that is not a component of the content of the electronic service, entered into the ICT system used by the User (cookies) is included in the Platform's Privacy Policy.

5.

Minimum technical requirements

In order to use the electronic services provided as part of the Platform, the User should meet the following technical requirements necessary for cooperation with the Service Provider's ICT system: having a device enabling the use of the Internet, connection to the Internet, having an up-to-date version of a browser that allows displaying websites, e.g. the Internet Explorer or Firefox or Google Chrome or Safari, with cookies enabled, supporting SSL and JavaScript encrypted connections and having an active email account, i.e. an email address, and in some cases having a cryptocurrency wallet (e.g. MetaMask).

6.

Problem diagnosis

The Service Provider reserves the right to interfere with the technical structure of the User Account in order to diagnose irregularities in the functioning of the Services, and may also make changes and in any other way affect the technical side of the User Account in order to modify it or restore its proper operation.

IX.

SERVICE PROVIDER'S LIABILITY

1.

Obligations of the Service Provider

The Service Provider conducts ongoing supervision over the technical functioning of the Platform, ensuring its correct operation. However, the Service Provider does not guarantee the constant availability of all functions of the Platform, as well as their flawless operation.

2.

Disclaimer

The User uses the Platform voluntarily, at his own risk. The Service Provider's liability for any damage arising in connection with the use of the Platform, in particular the lack of its functioning, as well as malfunctioning and compliance with advice or information posted on the Platform by other Users, is excluded to the fullest possible extent legally permissible. The Service Provider is not responsible for limitations or technical problems in ICT systems used by Users' Devices, which prevent or limit Users from using the Platform and the Services offered through it. The Service Provider is not responsible for the quality, performance and accuracy of the Platform unsatisfactory for the User.

3.

Breaks in the provision of Services

There may be breaks in the operation of the Website due to technical reasons. The User then has no claim in connection with the interruption or cessation of the provision of Services by the Service Provider. The provision of the Services may be interrupted in the event of improper connection quality, damage or defects of telecommunications equipment, power systems, computer equipment, failure of the telecommunications network, power outages or any action of third parties.

4.

Blocking access

The Service Provider has the right to block access to the Platform or individual functions in the event of irregularities in the use of the Platform, in particular in the event of circumstances that could harm the User or the Service Provider. The Service Provider shall not be liable for the temporary suspension of access to the Platform for the period necessary to remove any threats or irregularities.

5.

Costs of access to the Platform

Access to the Platform is free, subject to the data transmission costs required to run and use the Platform, which the User is obliged to cover on his own. The Service Provider is not responsible for the amount of fees charged for the use of data transmission necessary to use the Platform.

X.

COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

1.

Authorized entity

All rights to the Platform, including proprietary copyrights to the Platform, as well as to its individual parts, in particular to text, graphic and multimedia elements as well as programming elements generating and operating the Platform, including industrial property rights and any other derivative rights, excluding content provided by Suppliers or Payment Operators, are vested in the Service Provider

2.

Use of content on the Platform

Transferring the content of the Platform to third parties is allowed only with the use of tools contained on the Platform and intended for this purpose. The User has no right to reproduce, sell or otherwise market or distribute the Platform's source code, in whole or in part, in particular to send or make it available in computer systems and networks, mobile application distribution systems or any other ICT systems.

3.

Violation of the rules

If the User violates the rules of using the Platform, the Service Provider shall be entitled to block the User's access to the Platform (including closing the User Account). The above does not prejudice the Service Provider's right to take other appropriate and legal actions in relation to the violation.

XI.

FINAL PROVISIONS

1.

Change of the Terms and Conditions

The Service Provider has the right to amend these Terms and Conditions without giving any reason. The Service Provider will then inform about the changes in a visible place on the Platform. If the User does not agree to the change of the Terms and Conditions, he has the right to terminate the agreement.

2.

Transformations or Assignment

The User acknowledges and accepts that the Service Provider may transfer all rights and obligations resulting from the implementation of the provisions of these Terms and Conditions to another entity, person or third parties, including the possibility to transfer the rights and obligations to another, newly established company as a result of the transformation.

3.

Governing Jurisdiction

The provisions of these Terms and Conditions and any disputes between the Service Provider and the User are subject to the provisions applicable to the current seat of the Service Provider.

4.

Invalidity

The lack of legal grounds or incompleteness of any of the clauses contained in the Regulations does not invalidate the entire Terms and Conditions. These provisions are changed to those that best reflect the sense and purpose of the existing provisions.

Featured