Privacy Policy

The present Privacy Policy illustrates the manner in which CoinGPT collects and processes the Personal Data users of our website share with us. We only collect and process the minimum data required for the functioning of our website guided by our legitimate interest in the fulfillment of our services, respecting all applicable privacy legislation.


This page details CoinGPT’s  Privacy Policy clearly and thoroughly. Here, we deconstruct how CoinGPT , as the Data Controller, uses your data on the site to provide a better user experience for you and improve the quality of our services. When required by law, we may use or disclose your data in the ways further elaborated upon later in this Privacy Policy.

From Personal Data to Data Controller, there are a number of legal terms used in this CoinGPT Privacy Policy. For the purposes of this document, these terms will be understood according to the definitions provided below:

Data Controller: This is the legally-appointed person or entity that, solo or in partnership with other people or entities, decides upon the purposes for and means of controlling and processing Personal Data. In the present case, CoinGPT is the Data Controller.

Personal Data: This is any information related to a legally identifiable person, which means someone that can be directly or indirectly identified through the use of a uniquely identifying factor such as name, ID, address (both physical and IP), or other criteria related to someone’s physical, mental, demographic, economic, cultural, social, or other backgrounds. This Personal Data can include things such as names, addresses, photographs, government-issued documents such as passports or driving licenses, financial records, emails, other personal correspondence, contracts, and more. This Personal Data definition is according to Art.4(1) of the GDPR, which addresses the protection of Personal Data.

Processing of Personal Data: This is used to cover any operation or sequence of operations surrounding Personal Data. This can include the collection, recording, storage, organisation, updating, dissemination, retrieval, amendment, modification, merging, linking, blocking, erasure, and destruction of Personal Data.

GDPR: REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC.

How Do We Collect Personal Data?

When using CoinGPT , you can expect us to collect two forms of personal data: Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Non-Personally Identifiable Information (Non-PII). This information is required for the functioning of CoinGPT and our ability to provide services to you and may be collected from you via the following forms:

(a) Information that you give to us: Personal Data consensually given to us by you when requesting information from us or completing (contact) forms on our website. Filling in any of the website forms or applying for our services constitutes your informed, freely given consent to our collection of the respective Personal Data provided in those forms.

(b) Information regarding your use of our website: Demographic, behavioural, and other statistics surrounding your use of our website that we receive from Google Analytics and other cookies. This data is used alongside information about our other users to identify different consumer groups rather than individuals.

(c) Correspondence: When you contact us through email, contact forms, and so forth, we may store our conversation with you, or collect your contact information so we may respond to your inquiry. Nevertheless, data that is irrelevant to the fulfillment of your request or the basic functioning of CoinGPT will not be processed.

Why Do We Collect Personal Data?

CoinGPT requires some of your Personal Data in order to function as intended and be able to provide the services advertised on our website, as well as to better understand the performance of our website and improve our content. Overall, there are four primary legal reasons why CoinGPT as a Data Controller decides to process your Personal Data, which are in accordance with all applicable legislation about personal data collection and processing, and respect the user’s rights regarding data protection:

(a) Contract performance: This is when your Personal Data is legally required for creating or making a part of a legal contract between you and CoinGPT .

(b) Consent: This is when you have provided your Personal Data for various other reasons with explicit, informed consent.

(c) Legal obligation: Where the use of your Personal Data is required for us to satisfy our legal obligations under EU and other applicable privacy laws.

(d) Legitimate interest: CoinGPT makes use of your Personal Data to achieve a legitimate interest, and our reasons for doing so are determined to take precedence over recognised data protection rights, except for cases where the data subject’s freedoms and rights outweigh the legitimate interests of CoinGPT.

Note that CoinGPT does not store user data on its proprietary servers, as it is not the Data Processor. After a user creates an account with us and provides their explicit consent, we send their data to one of our third-party partners, who serves as the Data Processor.

All questions and concerns regarding data processing need to be addressed to the Data Processor, in this case, the third-party brokerage assigned to you after registration with CoinGPT .

How Does CoinGPT Use Your Personal Data?

The Data Controller (CoinGPT ) will use your Personal Data for the following necessary purposes:

(a) For communication and registration: Wherever you reach out to CoinGPT , through a contact form or otherwise, we will utilise the information you provide in order to meet your requests and inquiries. All data you provide this way is given with your explicit and informed consent.

(b) For promotions of CoinGPT : When you provide us with your consent, CoinGPT may reach out to you to share with you various relevant opportunities in the form of promotional material, marketing developments, or important news regarding CoinGPT .

(c) Security improvements and boosting the user experience on the CoinGPT website: In order to boost our security and provide you with a better user experience when using our site, we may utilise your Personal Data as it pertains to your use of our website.

What Are Cookies, and How Do We Use Them?

You have likely heard of cookies before. Let us briefly explain how they work. Basically, a cookie is a small file of text that is sent to the device you are using to access our website, whether that be a laptop, PC, or smartphone. By doing so, it allows CoinGPT to recognise the device you are using as unique and identify you upon subsequent returns to our page.

The reason that we utilise cookies on CoinGPT is to provide a better user experience for you and to allow the website to operate effectively. If you wish to remove cookies, you can do so through the settings on your browser. However, be aware that this may negatively affect your experience of using the website. In some cases, it can make the website unusable.

We use the following types of cookies on CoinGPT :

(a) Functional cookies: The most commonly-used cookies you are likely to come across, functional cookies are vital for a website to function as intended. Without the use of these, the smooth running of a website will be seriously impacted and some services may be unavailable.

(b) Google Analytics: This software allows web admins to gain vital insights into their website’s traffic and improve the overall user experience. CoinGPT has a binding agreement with Google which means Google is unable to see or utilise any of the data collected with these cookies for its own purposes.

(c) Third-party cookies: This form of online cookie is placed on our site by third-party brokers, often via affiliate links.

If you wish to change your cookie preferences, we have compiled a handy list of pages for you to do so based on the most widely used browsers worldwide.

For the Chrome web browser, please visit this page from Google:

For the Internet Explorer or Edge web browser, please visit this page from Microsoft:

For the Firefox web browser, please visit this page from Mozilla:

For the Safari web browser, please visit this page from Apple:

Please visit your web browser’s official web pages for any other web browser.

Where Is Your Personal Data Stored?

When using our site, only the bare minimum of data required for the proper functioning of CoinGPT is collected. We do not store any collected personal data on our servers.

CoinGPT does not hold your Personal Data. But at times, we might interact with third-party service providers that will process your Personal Data upon our request. This is subject to data processing agreements, and your Personal Data will not be shared without your consent and CoinGPT ’s request.

The third parties we might send your data to are third-party financial brokers who follow the GDPR and other applicable privacy laws. None of your personal data will be shared with them without you providing your explicit consent.

For your own benefit, it is recommended that you carefully read your assigned broker’s own Privacy Policy to learn how they collect and process user data.

How Does CoinGPT Protect My Personal Data?

CoinGPT has executed fitting safety efforts to protect the personal information of its clients. Such protective measures differ based on the type and amount of Personal Data in question. Access to your Personal Data is confined and is revealed exclusively only to the minimum staff that requires the data for fundamental purposes, such as to ensure the services you request from CoinGPT can be fulfilled. All of our employees are bound by strict confidentiality agreements and will not disclose your data without your consent.

If CoinGPT is legitimately committed to uncovering Personal Data, whether law enforcement or similar, said data controller would be required to comply. We shall duly inform the user and obtain their consent when a third party is requesting access to their personal data for legitimate reasons. CoinGPT will continually evaluate demands made by such bodies to discover whether the exposure is a legitimate prerequisite and will only uncover as much Personal Data as is essential to fulfilling our lawful necessities.

Other parties that may have access to your Personal Data include Data Processors that CoinGPT is required to work with. Besides the third-party brokers we connect our customers to, our hosting company has legal grounds to collect some of our users’ data as a technical requirement for the maintenance of our website. Any sharing of Personal Data with third parties is done according to all applicable privacy laws, with consent, and does not violate the rights and freedoms of the customers.

How Long Do You Hold Users’ Personal Information?

CoinGPT holds your Personal Data for no longer than is required by the purpose for which it was obtained. Nevertheless, we are not answerable for information shared over internet-based forums or through third parties.

What Are Your Rights?

When it comes to your Personal Data, you have a wide range of rights granted by the GDPR and other relevant privacy and data protection laws. These are detailed below:

(a) Subject access: You have the right to access any of your personal data under the control of CoinGPT .

(b) Rectification: You can request that your personal data be adjusted if it is in some way inaccurate.

(c) Erasure: Upon request, you can ask that CoinGPT remove all of your personal data under particular circumstances. If this is agreed upon, CoinGPT will also reach out to third-party data controllers and processors that may have copies of your data and notify them of your request.

(d) Portability: you can ask that CoinGPT transfer your Personal Data to a third party of your choice.

(e) Raise a complaint: You can raise an issue or complaint surrounding our use of your Personal Data with any relevant regulatory body in your country of residence. When doing so, you will need to refer to the relevant local data protection laws.

(f) Restriction: you have the right to request that the Data Controller restricts the access to and processing of your data in some circumstances, such as during a formal dispute after filing a complaint.

In addition, CoinGPT users also have the right to do the following:

  • Withdraw any consent, where the processing of Personal Data is based upon consent.
  • Object to any Personal Data processing justified by CoinGPT under legitimate interest legal grounds unless CoinGPT ’s reasons for processing your Personal Data in this manner can be proven to outweigh your data protection rights.

Content Amendments

CoinGPT reserves the right to adjust, amend, or alter all content on its website(s), including this Privacy Policy, without prior notice to the user. All changes made take immediate effect upon publication to our website. The client must do their due diligence and stay informed about any changes to the content on CoinGPT and all of its subpages. If you continue to use our website, we are to understand you consent to the changes made.

If you have any inquiries about this Privacy Policy, feel free to contact us via the respective form or email.