Conversely, site visitors might also be referred to as “the user”, “the client”, or “the customer,” and second-person pronouns such as “you”, “your”, and “yours.”
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Last updated: November 15, 2022.
The primary role of the Bitcoin Loophole website is to assist prospective traders by finding a financial broker from within our database of affiliate partners. The secondary purpose of our site is to relay a wide array of information to the site’s users, giving them a chance to develop an understanding of the general crypto industry without the intention to advise them in any shape or form.
However, it is important to note that Bitcoin Loophole is neither licensed nor attempts to be a financial consultant, broker, or crypto market expert.
The Bitcoin Loophole website aims to inform and benefit our users with connections to leading brokers. But it is important to note that none of our content should be taken as financial advice. None of the information provided on our website should be considered grounds to make any investment decisions. Users are advised to seek professional advice before proceeding with any investments or other commercial activity related to the financial and cryptocurrency markets.
Furthermore, we do not guarantee that all of the content on the Bitcoin Loophole site is accurate, correct, or up to date. Naturally, due to the volatile nature of the crypto market, we take no responsibility for any potentially damaging incidents that may stem from using the content on our site. It is provided solely for informational purposes, but due to the volatile nature of the financial markets, Bitcoin Loophole makes no guarantees as to its relevance or accuracy at the time of browsing. Customers should do their own thorough market research before making any investment decisions.
The crypto market is unstable, and it is within the realm of possibility to lose more money than initially invested, particularly when trading on a margin. Any potential new trader should ensure they are well informed of the risks involved in cryptocurrency trading. Before investing in crypto, seek the advice of a trustworthy and licensed financial advisor.
The provision of market analysis, trading software, financial services, or other products related to engaging in the cryptocurrency or financial markets directly fall outside of the scope of Bitcoin Loophole’s activities. Our platform is only a marketing tool that introduces traders to randomly-assigned third-party brokers with whom we have affiliate partnerships. All financial and investment services are provided by these brokerages, not Bitcoin Loophole.
According to the Financial Conduct Authority of the United Kingdom, direct trading of cryptocurrency CFDs is prohibited in the United Kingdom (FCA). In addition, CFDs cannot be proposed to UK monetary patrons by traders outside the UK, as demonstrated by PS 20/10. Other geographical restrictions may apply in different regions. Customers must familiarise themselves with the local guidelines on cryptocurrency trading in their respective country of residence.
Across the Bitcoin Loophole website and its subsites, users may find authorised affiliate links to products and services that we feel will potentially benefit our readers.
Whenever a website user clicks on these affiliate links and makes a purchase, Bitcoin Loophole can receive a commission at no additional cost to the user. It is worth remembering that Bitcoin Loophole can profit regardless of your investment results through purchases made through these links, with no established correlation between your performance and our profits.
In addition, Bitcoin Loophole is not responsible for any profits or losses from using the products, services, or websites we showcase via affiliate links. The responsible parties are those behind said third-party product or service.
As a result, we advise that all users research the relevant sections of said sites to ensure for themselves that the product or service in question is suitable for them.
Due to the high-speed, unpredictable, and volatile nature of the cryptocurrency markets, Bitcoin Loophole cannot guarantee that all of the content throughout our site will be consistently up-to-date, reliable, or correct.
In addition, we cannot guarantee that any of the outsider products, services, or websites we link out to are trustworthy, up-to-date, or correct. The third-party partners we hyperlink to all have a similar aim of informing their users with a range of crypto information and trading services, but Bitcoin Loophole does not promise to check or verify the information presented on third-party web pages.
We are not responsible for the materials offered by third-party partners, and we encourage you to take responsibility and do your own research on their accuracy, truthfulness, relevance, and effectiveness.
In addition, although we strive to provide a consistent and reliable service, the Bitcoin Loophole website may occasionally be subject to service outages and technical issues. Periodically, we will need to update the website throughout the year, which may or may not temporarily interfere with the site’s running. When we carry out these changes and updates, we reserve the right not to give any prior notice to the users of our site.
All of the data, information, and content posted on the Bitcoin Loophole website should be considered the intellectual property of Bitcoin Loophole unless stated otherwise. The Bitcoin Loophole website has obtained prior permission to use and repost all of the content on the site.
Bitcoin Loophole does not permit users to duplicate, copy, or repost any of our content, whether for free or for compensation, unless they have obtained explicit permission from Bitcoin Loophole first. You must contact us in advance if you wish to use any of our content this way. Bitcoin Loophole reserves the right to decline your request for collaboration.
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Bitcoin Loophole is not responsible if any negative issues arise through the use of our site. By negative issues, we are referring to things such as, but not limited to:
Short-term errors or site updates which can lead to the temporary downing of Bitcoin Loophole’s website or delayed response from the site admins.
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