Privacy Policy

1. Definitions​


Crypto News. Registered in Canada.

News Portal

A news portal that is being run by the Company and available at

Crypto Morning

Collective name that can refer to either or both the Company or the News portal

Privacy Policy

Latest version of the Crypto Morning Privacy Policy


An individual person who is visiting the News portal


Legal guidelines that are applicable to the Company by value of jurisdiction of the Company or by value of having legal applicability

  • GDPR

    The General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and CCPA

    Personal Data

    Personal Data refers to any information pertaining to the Visitor that either identifies the Visitor or has the potential to do so. This may include the Visitor’s name, address, and identification number, among other details.


2. Purpose, scope and other definitions

This Policy is designed for use by visitors of Crypto Morning.

Crypto Morning operates as a news portal committed to delivering transparent and honest reporting on the cryptocurrency market and blockchain industry.

The Company has established this Privacy Policy in compliance with GDPR and related Guidelines.

The purpose of this policy is to inform Company’s Visitors about the types of information collected, how it is utilized, and the circumstances under which it may be shared with third parties.

Throughout this privacy statement, Visitor’s data may be referred to as either “personal data” or “personal information”. Additionally, the Company may collectively refer to the handling, collection, protection, and storage of Visitor’s personal data or any such actions as “processing” of such personal data.

3. Information we collect about you

We gather, process, and store information from you and any devices you utilize while interacting with our Websites, as outlined below.

Information You Provide Us: We receive and store information that you directly provide to us or furnish through other means, including:

If you apply for a job through our Websites, we will collect additional details including your name, contact information, resume/CV, cover letter, information sourced from your LinkedIn Profile or personal website, and whether you require sponsorship for employment within the U.S. You may also choose to provide voluntary demographic and self-identification information; however, this information is not mandatory and does not influence any employment decisions.

Information We Automatically Collect

We automatically collect certain types of information whenever you interact with our Websites. To enhance or personalize your online experience, our Websites may utilize “cookies,” tagging, and other tracking technologies. This collected information encompasses computer and connection details, including statistics on page views, traffic to and from our Websites, referral URLs, ad data, IP addresses, device identifiers, transaction history, and web log information. Additionally, if you possess any DESK tokens or have a connected wallet on your account, we will also gather information related to transfers, balances, transactions, and ledger activities.

Location Information: When you engage with our Websites or online services, we may gather data about your location and device, which may include a unique identifier for your device. This location data enables us to offer location-based services, such as personalized content and advertising. Additionally, if you scan one of our QR codes, we can determine the event, venue, or business associated with that code, thereby identifying your location at the time of scanning.

Information From Social Media: When you interact with us or our Websites on a social media platform, we may collect personal information that you share with us, including your account ID, username, and other details contained in your posts. If you choose to log in to your account through a social networking service, we and that service may exchange certain information about you and your activities. With your consent, we may also retrieve information from your social media account on your behalf.

Information From Other Sources: We may enhance the data we collect by supplementing it with information obtained offline or from third-party sources.

5. How We Use Information We Collect From Or About You

We utilize the information gathered from or pertaining to you to enhance and customize your experience on the Websites continually. This includes delivering our services and conferences, addressing information inquiries, analyzing trends and statistics, and maintaining communication with you. For details on managing your information and available choices, refer to the “Your Choices” section below.

Additionally, we may employ your information to:

Enhance, maintain, and refine the Websites for internal and business purposes.
Organize and oversee both virtual and in-person conferences.
Fulfill information requests and engage in communication with you.
Identify, investigate, and prevent activities that contravene our policies or are potentially fraudulent or unlawful.
Conduct analysis to optimize and enhance our Websites, products, services, and operations.
Facilitate the provision, production, and delivery of ordered products or requested services.
Provide customer assistance.
Send you notifications or other correspondence regarding our products and services, including special events or promotions, collaborations, or co-offerings with third parties.
Manage contests, sweepstakes, promotions, and surveys.
Publish user-generated content contributed by users.


We may integrate information from one section of the Websites into other sections, and we might combine data gathered from multiple parts of the Websites. Furthermore, we may use or merge information obtained offline or received from third-party sources for various purposes, including enhancing, expanding, and validating the accuracy of our records. Additionally, information collected from a specific browser or device may be utilized with another computer or device linked to the original one.

We may retain the information collected from or about you for a reasonable period necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected or as mandated by law, whichever is longer. This means we will preserve information about you both during your active usage of our Websites and after you cease to be an active user.


6. How We Share Your Information With Others

We disclose information collected from or about you to third parties in the following ways. Additionally, we may share information that does not personally identify you, such as aggregate data, de-identified information, device identifiers, or other unique identifiers with third parties. For details on managing information about you and your available choices, please refer to the Your Choices section below.

Third-Party Service Providers: We enlist third-party service providers to carry out various functions on our behalf, including hosting, content syndication, content management, technical integration, marketing, analytics, customer service, fraud protection, payment processing, fulfillment, and shipping. These third parties may access information about you as necessary to fulfill their functions.

Business Partners: We may disclose personally identifiable information to business partners who offer products and services that we believe may interest you.

Sale, Assignment, or Change of Control: As we continue to provide our Websites, our ownership or corporate structure may change. In such instances, we may transfer some or all of your information in connection with, or during negotiations for, any merger, acquisition, sale of assets, change in corporate control, or financing transaction. We will request the acquiring party to adhere to the practices outlined in this Privacy Policy concerning previously collected information. However, we cannot guarantee that the acquiring party or merged entity will maintain the same privacy practices or handle your information in the same manner as described in this Privacy Policy.

Law Enforcement, Legal Process, and Emergency Situations: We may disclose information collected from or about you if required by law or if we believe in good faith that such action is necessary to (a) comply with applicable law or legal process served on us or our Websites; (b) protect and defend our rights, property, or users of the Websites; (c) respond to claims of intellectual property infringement by a third party; or (d) safeguard the personal safety of ourselves, users of the Websites, or the public.

Public Areas, Interactive Features, and Activities: Please be aware that any information you share in public areas, such as your public profile or social sharing features, becomes publicly accessible, and may be used by anyone. Exercise caution when disclosing information and avoid posting anything you wish to remain private. Refer to the relevant guidelines, if available, for using these features. We cannot control who sees the information you post in public areas of the Websites or on third-party messaging platforms like Discord, and we are not responsible for how third parties, including other users, use or disclose information you share. If you are under eighteen and a registered user, you may request removal of your posted content or information from public display by deleting the message yourself or contacting the community manager.

At Your Direction: Certain features on our Websites may allow you to share information with other users or third parties, such as by scanning your “My Code.” By using these features, you authorize us to share your information. Once shared, we have no control over how those third parties will use or further disclose your information.

7. Subscribe to newsletter

Visitors can choose to subscribe to the Company’s regular newsletter by entering their email addresses when selecting the subscribe option. By doing so, Visitors consent to receiving the newsletter by providing their email address directly to the Company through the available option on the News portal website.

8. Purposes of safeguarding legitimate interests

The Company processes personal data to protect legitimate interests pursued by crypto Morning or third parties. A legitimate interest arises when the Company has a business, commercial, or legal reason to use Visitor information, ensuring it aligns with the Visitor’s best interests. Examples of such processing activities include:

Initiating legal proceedings and preparing defense strategies in litigation procedures Implementing measures to maintain the Company’s IT and system security, preventing potential crimes, securing assets, controlling access, and implementing anti-trespassing measures Managing business operations and enhancing the Company’s products and services Transferring, assigning (outright or as security for obligations), selling, or encumbering any or all of the Company’s benefits, rights, title, or interest under agreements between the Visitor and the Company.

9. Marketing purposes

The Company may utilize Visitor data, including location or transaction history, to deliver news, analysis, research, reports, campaigns, or training opportunities that align with the Visitor’s interests. This information will be sent to the Visitor’s registered email address if provided to the Company.

Visitors retain the right to modify this option if they no longer wish to receive such information and can unsubscribe at any time.

10. Marketing purposes

The company may engage authorized external processors for processing Visitor data under established service agreements. These agreements are guided by the Company’s instructions to safeguard Visitor-related data. It’s crucial for both parties to comprehend their obligations and liabilities.

These providers will offer services as agreed upon with the Company.

In situations where the Company is obligated or permitted to disclose information without consent, it will only divulge the necessary information to fulfill the disclosure purpose.

11. Visitor’s right to erasure

The right to erasure, also known as the “right to be forgotten,” is not absolute. Individuals have the right to have their personal data erased and to prevent processing under specific circumstances:

  1. – When the personal data is no longer necessary for the original purpose it was collected/processed.
  2. – When the individual withdraws consent.
  3. – When the individual objects to the processing, and there is no overriding legitimate interest to continue processing.
  4. – When the personal data was unlawfully processed (i.e., in breach of GDPR).
  5. – When the personal data must be erased to comply with a legal obligation.
  6. – When the personal data is processed in connection with offering information society services to a child.

However, there are certain circumstances where the right to erasure does not apply, and the Company may refuse to fulfill the request.

12. Cookies And Other Tracking Technologies

Similar to many other websites, we utilize tracking technologies like cookies, web beacons, and similar tools to record your preferences, monitor your interactions with our websites, emails, and online advertisements, and analyze the usage of our platforms. These technologies help us track traffic, enhance the user experience, and tailor content to be more relevant. While most web browsers accept cookies by default, you can typically adjust your browser settings to disable or reject them if you prefer. However, disabling cookies may affect certain features of the website. 

We also employ third-party analytics services, such as Google Analytics and Adobe Aanalytics, to analyze user interactions and compile reports on website activity. These analytics tools may collect non-personally identifiable information such as your IP address, browsing history, and general location. While we do not use these services to collect personally identifiable information, the data collected is subject to the third-party service provider’s privacy policies. 

Additionally, we partner with third-party companies to deliver advertisements on our websites and other platforms. These companies may use tracking technologies to gather information about your online activities across various websites and services. While we do not provide these entities with personally identifiable information, they may be able to identify you based on data collected from other sources. You can opt out of targeted advertising by adjusting your browser settings or visiting the opt-out pages provided by these third-party advertisers. The cookies used on our websites fall into four main categories:

  • Necessary: Essential cookies that enable basic website functions and cannot be disabled.
  • Preferences: Cookies that remember your preferences and enhance your browsing experience.
  • Analytics and Statistics: Cookies that help us analyze website traffic and user interactions.
  • Marketing: Cookies used for tracking devices across websites to deliver personalized ads. 
  • Please note that we do not control the tracking technologies or privacy practices of third-party websites linked to or from our platforms. Your browser or device may include a “Do Not Track” feature, but our data collection and disclosure practices will remain consistent with this Privacy Policy regardless of whether a Do Not Track signal is received.

13. Options For Managing Your Information And Marketing Preferences

You have several choices regarding the information you provide and how it’s used. These options are outlined below. California residents and individuals in Europe have additional rights, which are explained in the sections titled “Notice to Residents of California” and “Notice to Residents of the European Economic Area, Switzerland, and United Kingdom” below. Marketing Emails: If you’ve provided us with your email address, we may use it to communicate with you. While you cannot opt out of receiving essential service-related communications, you can unsubscribe from promotional emails by using the “unsubscribe” link in our marketing emails. Text Messages: If you’ve subscribed to our text messaging programs, you can opt out at any time by replying “STOP” to any message.

Choices for Interest-Based Advertising: You also have options regarding interest-based advertising. Most browsers accept cookies by default, but you can adjust your browser settings to reject cookies if you prefer. However, removing cookies may affect your advertising preferences. Many third-party advertisers on our websites offer additional choices for advertising preferences. You can learn more about these options by visiting the websites of the Network Advertising Initiative and the Digital Advertising Alliance. 

Similarly, you can adjust your mobile app tracking preferences through your device settings. For detailed instructions, refer to the support information for Apple, Android, or Windows devices. Please note that opting out of advertising network services does not mean you won’t see ads while using our websites or elsewhere online. It also doesn’t prevent you from receiving interest-based ads from non-participating third parties.

14. Notification For California Residents

This section is a component of our Privacy Policy and is specifically applicable to residents of California. State law grants you certain rights concerning the disclosure, use, and sharing of “personal information,” as well as rights to access, delete, and restrict the sale of certain personal information we collect about you. You or your authorized representative may submit a request to exercise these rights by sending us an email at You have the right to not receive discriminatory treatment for exercising the privacy rights conferred by applicable law.

Collection and Use of Personal Information:

The general sections of this Privacy Policy outline the types of personal information we collect, how it is collected, and how it is used. The following categories represent the types of personal information that we may have collected from or about consumers, along with the sources of that information:

Identifiers: Includes name, alias, postal address, unique personal identifier, online identifier, IP address, email address, account name, or similar identifiers. This information is provided by you, automatically collected during interactions with our Website, or provided by a third party.

Customer records: Includes name, address, telephone number, education, employment, or payment account number. This information is provided by you, automatically collected during interactions with our Website, or provided by a third party.

Protected classifications: Includes race, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability. This information is provided by you, such as voluntarily disclosed as part of a job application.

Commercial information: Includes records of products or services purchased, obtained, or considered, as well as other purchasing or consuming histories or tendencies. This information is automatically collected based on your interactions with our Website, your purchases, and your subscriptions.

Internet or other electronic network activity information: Includes browsing history, search history, and information regarding interactions with our Website or advertisements. This information is automatically collected during interactions with our Website or provided by a third party, such as an advertising or analytics provider.

Geolocation: Includes general or precise location information. This information is provided by you when providing your address or other location information, scanning a QR code, checking in at a location, or inferred based on your IP address.

Professional and education data: Includes employer, title, professional license numbers, work history, and educational background. This information is provided by you, such as during conference registration or job application, or provided by a third party.

Inferences: Includes information about your preferences, characteristics, predispositions, demographic information, attitudes, and favorites. This information is provided by you, automatically collected during interactions with our Website, or provided by a third party.

We collect and use the above categories of personal information for the purposes described in the sections entitled “How We Use Information We Collect From or About You,” “How We Share Your Information with Others,” and “Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies.” We limit disclosures of personal information for business purposes to service providers, as described above.

15. Monitoring and review

The Company will regularly monitor the effectiveness of this Policy, focusing on the quality of the procedures outlined within it. If necessary, the Company reserves the right to address any shortcomings.

Furthermore, the Company will conduct an annual review of the Policy. Any significant changes to this Policy will be communicated to Visitors by posting an updated version on its Website(s).