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Privacy Policy

This privacy statement contains significant information about how user data is collected, used, and disclosed on the website and through the tools. The rights and choices you have about how your data is processed are the main topics of this privacy statement. You authorize the Foundation to gather, use, disclose, and process your information as outlined in this Privacy Policy by using the Site or the Tools. No other websites, goods, or services that you might be able to access or link to through the Site or the Tools are covered by this Privacy Policy; it only applies to the Site and the Tools.

Before providing any other websites you visit with any of your personal information, we advise you to review their privacy policies.

This privacy statement may be updated as the Site and the Tools do. Any updates will be noted by changing the date at the top of this privacy statement. When important changes are made, the website may periodically be updated with a message. To be informed, we suggest that you frequently read this privacy statement. Little data files known as pixels and cookies may be placed on your computer's hard drive or memory by certain third-party sources.

Please be aware that this privacy policy does not apply to the use of cookies or pixels by such third parties. Cookies and pixels are frequently accepted by default by web browsers, but you can typically adjust this option to accept or reject them. If you choose to delete or reject cookies or pixels, using the Site or the Tools may become more difficult for you.

1.2 This Privacy Policy should be read in conjunction with the Terms of Use. By using the Tools, you consent to the information collection and use practices described in this privacy statement.

1.3 The rules of this Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use, as each may be revised from time to time, govern your use of the Soilverse Client and any personal information you give through the Tools.

1.4 Email (add the URL here) with any inquiries, grievances, or ideas.

How Personal Information Is Used!

2.1 As is the case with practically all Web transactions, your interactions with the servers may result in the gathering of information, including but not limited to IP addresses.

2.2 To view the Soilverse Client, which provides access to more personal data, you must have full browser rights. A few browser permissions enable the extremely specialized technological

capacity needed by the Soilverse Client to interface with your browser. Nothing is collected other than what is required to supply the Soilverse Client. Other than what is necessary to deliver the Soilverse Client, no data is given to any third parties.

2.3 Website visitors are tracked using Segment.io. Any personally identifiable information the company acquires must be kept secret, according to Segment.io, Inc.

2.4 Transparency of transactions is ensured by public blockchains, and the Foundation does not influence how data is transferred on a blockchain.

What Is Done With The Information!

3.1 Some potential applications for your information include the following:

  • to assess how the Tools and Site are used;
  • to improve the Site and the Tools;
  • to more accurately reflect your usage of the website's tools;
  • If you enter your contact information, you might receive technical notices, updates, confirmations, security alerts, support, details about other products and services that might be of interest to you, a response to your inquiries, or a reaction to your comments.

3.2 Third parties might be granted access to our information if they require it to perform functions for the Site and the Tools, such as making the Site or the Soilverse Client accessible or offering analytics services. Just the information required to carry out their duties will be accessed by and used by these third parties.

3.3 It's possible that your data will be compiled into aggregated or anonymous datasets without directly mentioning your name. The Site and the Soilverse Client may use or share these aggregations and anonymizations for a variety of purposes.

3.4 To grant you access to the Site and the Tools, contractors, organizations, or service providers may need to have access to your personal information. The types of information that these service providers are allowed to use or handle are restricted by agreements with them, and they are also required to take reasonable security measures to secure your personal information.

3.5 The Foundation further reserves the right to disclose personal information when it determines that doing so is necessary or appropriate to uphold the Terms of Use, avoid liability or harm, respond to claims or allegations made by third parties, abide by legal processes or official requests, maintain the security or integrity of the Site or the Tools, or in any other circumstance where doing so is necessary or appropriate to protect the rights, property, or safety of an individual.

Your Choice!

You will only have a limited window of opportunity to make changes before your personal information is used as described in this privacy statement.


Cookies are not now used by the Tools or the Site, but they might be in the future. If that happens, this privacy statement will change.

The Uncollected Information!

No further personally identifiable information about you will be gathered unless you voluntarily give it to the Foundation, such as by filling out a form, sending them feedback, contacting them through a third-party social media platform, or contacting them in another way through the Site, the Tools, or another channel.

Information Security!

Although the Foundation takes precautions to safeguard your data, neither it nor any other organization can guarantee the security of data handled online. For instance, the private data you supply might be kept on hardware that has access restrictions, encryption, or both.

Privacy Rights!

Depending on the laws that apply, you might be entitled to exercise any or all of the following rights in connection to your personal information. The right to request a copy of your data; (ii) ask that any information about you that is untrue or incomplete be corrected; (iii) ask for the deletion of your data (in some cases, such as when it is no longer required for the purposes for which it was collected or processed); and (iv) ask for the restriction of the processing of your data. You have the right to vii) request that we review any processing that we have justified based on legitimate interest; viii) request that we no longer use your personal information for direct marketing; and viii) object to decisions that are solely based on automated processing or PR if the information is still required for the development, exercise, or defense of a legal claim but we no longer need it, or if your personal information has been handled improperly but you disagree with its deletion (as opposed to your consent or to carry out a contract with you).

Updates & Changes!

4.1 The most recent change to this privacy statement was made on the date listed above under "Latest update released." Often check this page for updates. You are assumed to have accepted this Privacy Policy and any updated versions if you keep using the Soilverse Client.

4.2 Send inquiries to (add the URL here).