Welcome to https://www.dboe.io, a website-hosted user interface (the “Site”) provided by DBOE (”we,” ”our,” or ”us”). The Site provides access to a blockchain protocol that allows users to trade certain digital assets (the “DBOE Protocol” or “Protocol”). The Site provides access to the Protocol and assists users in interacting with the Protocol, but is distinct from the Protocol itself. We do not provide, manage, or control the Protocol itself. The Site is one, but not the exclusive, means of accessing the Protocol.
This Terms of Service Agreement (the “Agreement”) explains the terms and conditions by which you may access and use the Site. You must read this Agreement carefully. By accessing or using the Site, you acknowledge that you have read, understand, and agree to be bound by this Agreement in its entirety. If you do not agree, you are not authorised to access or use the Site and must not use the Site.
Please read this Agreement carefully as it governs your use of the Site. The Agreement contains important information, including a binding arbitration provision and a class action waiver, both of which impact your rights as to how disputes are resolved. You should only access the Site if you agree completely with the Agreement.
Information in relation to the way we handle personal information is included in our Privacy Statement, available here http://www.dboe.io/policy.
This Agreement may be amended, changed, or updated by us at any time and without prior notice to you. You should check back often on the Site to confirm that your copy and understanding of this Agreement is current and correct. Your non-termination or continued access or use of the Site or any Services after the effective date of any amendments, changes, or updates constitutes your acceptance of the Agreement, as modified by such amendments, changes, or updates.
The access or use of the Site and any of the Services is void where such access or use is prohibited by, would constitute a violation of, or would be subject to penalties under applicable Laws, and shall not be the basis for the assertion or recognition of any interest, right, remedy, power, or privilege.