On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has come into force. With this European regulation the privacy legislation has been modernized. The GDPR contains rules about the processing of personal data and the free movement of these data. On May 25, 2018, the Personal Data Protection Act lapsed. Since then, the provisions of the GDPR apply.
BLOX is not subject to legislation that regulates financial institutions and markets. However, we believe it is important to play our part in preventing fraud and money laundering on the digital currency market. We do this, for example, by conducting a 'Know Your Customer' policy. Would you like to use our services? Then we will ask you for documentation which confirms your identity.
Would you like to use our services? Then you will need to register on our platform. When you register you will automatically be signed up for the weekly newsletter. You also share your personal data with us, such as:
In addition, we also need the following information for a successful transaction:
Moreover, we will save the time and date of your registration. We do this to protect ourselves against misuse of your data by third parties who have registered on our platform without your knowledge.
With your permission we will also process so called special personal data. We receive a copy of every user’s Identity Document. The passport photo that is visible on that document is considered special personal data. We can also ask for income and asset data. We need this information for additional customer research. This is considered special personal data as well.
The following parties help us to optimize our services:
We store data regarding your transactions for at least seven years. Storing this data for our financial administration is a legal obligation. Other data, such as your Identity Document or Residential Address, will be stored until you withdraw your consent. When there is a legal requirement we will keep the data as well.
Our website uses two types of cookies. Analytical cookies help us to keep track of visitor statistics and give us an insight into the functioning of the website. Google Analytics and Hotjar help us to analyse this data.. You can always object to the collection and storage of this Google Analytics data by clicking the following link:
In line with the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right to access, correct, and supplement your personal data. You also have the right to have your personal data removed. Would you like to do so? Send an email to:
You can contact us by email, chat, phone and via the contact form on our website. When you do, we store the data to handle your request, such as your phone number, email address, and name.
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