Privacy Policy

NewsBTC may gather personal information from you when you visit our websites. This information is kept confidential and only used to monitor website traffic and to analyze usage.

What’s collected when you visit NewsBTC is essentially the same as it would be for all websites that monitor their own analytics. Your IP address, geographical location, language, and so forth. NewsBTC utilizes Google Analytics to monitor traffic and pages of interest.

We only collect your name and email address if you decide to leave a comment on any articles posted at NewsBTC. Your email address is kept confidential and your name will appear above your comment as you typed it in.

http://www.newsbtc.com/comments-policy

Here at NewsBTC we aim to bring you the highest quality and most relevant news as it breaks. As a result, the news we publish will often generate large levels of discussion. Inevitably, there will be those who agree with the opinions of our authors and those who don’t. There will also inevitably be a level of uncertainty as to how a breaking news piece may play out, and it is highly possible that as a situation unfolds the details outlined in an original breaking piece may be subject to change.

We welcome creative and constructive debate on the topics our authors cover, and the ever-changing digital currency landscape means that we must accept the fact that what is right at time of publication may become invalid as situations progress. We ask that those involved in discussion on our site understand this, and that their input reflects as such.

In light of this, we have a couple of ground rules:

Criticism is fine, abuse is not – there is no need to be malicious if you do not agree with our authors, just let them know in a civil, community driven manner

Swearing is unacceptable. If you use prohibited language in your comments, they will be deleted

If you have noticed an inaccuracy in anything our authors have published, please avoid simply stating, “This is wrong”. Alternatively, please provide a reference that backs up your statement of inaccuracy

We welcome lively debate – not abuse. If you disagree with anything we publish, by all means let us know, but please give us your reasons for doing so our authors have a chance to respond accordingly That aside, the policy only encompasses NewsBTC, It does not apply to the websites we link to in our posts. If you have any questions about our policy don’t hesitate to get in touch at media.usa@newsbtc.com

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