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- By accessing Blockchain Relations (hereinafter referred to as “BC Relations,” “we,” “us,” or “our”) website you are representing affirmatively that you have read and understood the entirety of the following Statements & Policies, which include important information not included in this Summary of Disclosures (Summary). You represent affirmatively that you are not relying solely on this Summary.
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- BC Relations provides readers with information regarding crypto-assets (also commonly known as cryptocurrencies, digital currencies and/or digital tokens), publicly traded companies, various organizations and related assets and/or organizations that have paid a fee to BC Relations to provide advertising, news and public relations services on their behalf. BC Relations receives compensation from the Clients in the form of cash and/or crypto-assets.
- BC Relations is neither an investment adviser nor a broker-dealer. The information presented in the BC Relations website is provided for informational purposes only and is not to be treated as advice or a recommendation to make any specific investment or transaction. None of the information provided through this website constitutes advice or a recommendation. Please consult with an appropriate independent adviser and qualified professional before making any decisions.
- The opinions and analyses included in this website are directed to be based on factual information obtained from websites and other sources deemed to be reliable and are provided “as is” in good faith. BC Relations makes no representation or warranty, expressed, implied, or statutory, is made as to the accuracy or completeness of such information, which may be subject to change without notice.
- BC Relations and its owners, members, officers, directors, contractors and affiliates may own, or may buy and sell, crypto-assets and securities of companies profiled on the BC Relations website at any time before, during, or after distribution of information on the crypto-assets and companies by BC Relations. However, we do urge these parties to refrain from any trading activity that could be seen as corresponding with the distribution of content by BC Relations.
Safe Harbor Statement
This website includes forward-looking statements pertaining to future anticipated plans, performance and development of the crypto-assets and companies on whose behalf we disseminate information (or on behalf of community members, contracted service providers and leaders of crypto-asset projects). Any statements on this website that are not statements of historical fact should be considered forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements generally can be identified by phrases such as “believes,” “expects,” “anticipates,” “foresees,” “forecasts,” “estimates,” “intends,” or other words or phrases of similar import. Similarly, statements in this website that describe a company or crypto-asset’s business strategy, outlook, objectives, plans, intentions or goals also are forward-looking statements. All such forward–looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in such forward-looking statements.
By accessing BC Relations’s website, you signify your agreement to these Statements & Policies. Further, you are representing affirmatively that you have read and understood the entirety of these following Statements & Policies. If you do not agree to these Statements & Policies, you may not use the BC Relations website. We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to change, modify, add or delete portions of these Statements & Policies at any time. The BC Relations website may contain many links to other websites, including paid advertisements, the content of which BC Relations does not manage. We do not endorse, nor are we responsible for, any of the content of those external websites, including the accuracy and completeness of any content on such external websites.
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BC Relations owns and controls all rights, including copyright, in the content of the BC Relations website.
In accessing the BC Relations website, you agree that you may only download and/or view the content for your own personal, non-commercial use, and such content you agree expressly cannot be used in any pleading or for any purpose in a court of law, arbitration forum or adjudicatory proceeding.
Except where expressly stated otherwise, without the prior written permission of BC Relations, you are not permitted to copy, broadcast, download, store (in any medium), transmit, show or play in public, adapt or change in any way the content of the BC Relations website for any other purpose whatsoever.
The BC Relations website provides readers with information regarding those that have retained BC Relations to provide advertising, branding, marketing, news syndication and public relations services on their behalf. BC Relations receives compensation from Client in the form of cash and/or crypto-assets. Such compensation, especially compensation in the form of crypto-assets, may create an actual or potential conflict of interest. In addition, to the extent that parties, including the crypto-assets and companies discussed, traders or others, further disseminate content or other statements provided by BC Relations, such parties operate outside of BC Relations’s control and such further dissemination is without the permission and authority of BC Relations. Such further dissemination may not be accompanied by appropriate disclaimers or other disclosures, and BC Relations assumes no responsibility for and expressly disclaims responsibility for any such statements, omissions or dissemination.
Because BC Relations receives compensation for disseminating information, we may have a conflict of interest in terms of disseminating negative information about the Clients that retain us. Readers should consider this in reaching their independent decision as to how to use the information contained in the BC Relations website.
BC Relations retains the right to sell all crypto-assets received as compensation at any time, notwithstanding the fact that BC Relations may be advertising or distributing materials on such assets and their issuers, community members, contracted service providers and leaders of crypto-asset projects at the time of the sale of such assets. In addition, writers, contractors and affiliates who provide or review content contained on BC Relations’ website may buy, sell or maintain positions in the crypto-assets and companies discussed on BC Relations’ website. Such trading, which necessarily reflects an individual’s personal resources and financial condition, may be inconsistent with statements on BC Relations’ website. BC Relations assumes no responsibility for and expressly disclaims responsibility for any statements or omissions about compensation to all individuals and companies who provide or review content. BC Relations may also publish content on various crypto-asset projects and publicly traded companies, but does not accept any form of compensation from them unless disclosed within our BC Relations compensation disclosure.
Blockchain Relations received 89 NEBL from Neblio (via Yuval Amar)
Blockchain Relations received 233,101 of SMART from the SmartCash community fund ($4,001 in USD equivalent for service and $22,662.90 in USD equivalent for reimbursement of third-party invoices)
Blockchain Relations received a total of $9,000 from a MedicCoin community member chosen to provide direction to us
Blockchain Relations received 13,160 TRC from a Terracoin community member and 10,530 TRC from the community budget for writing articles, press release cost, journalist outreach and syndication
Neither BC Relations nor its owners, members, officers, directors, partners, consultants, nor anyone involved in the publication of this website, is a registered investment adviser or broker-dealer or associated person with a registered investment adviser or broker-dealer and none of the foregoing make any recommendation that the purchase or sale of crypto-assets or securities of any company profiled in the BC Relations website is suitable or advisable for any person or that an investment or transaction in such crypto-assets or securities will be profitable. The information contained in the BC Relations website is not intended to be, and shall not constitute, an offer to sell nor the solicitation of any offer to buy any crypto-asset or security. The information presented in the BC Relations website is provided for informational purposes only and is not to be treated as advice or a recommendation to make any specific investment or transaction. Please consult with a qualified professional before making any decisions.
The opinions and analysis included in this website are based on information from sources deemed to be reliable and are provided “as is” in good faith. BC Relations makes no representation or warranty, expressed, implied, or statutory, as to the accuracy or completeness of such information, which may be subject to change without notice. BC Relations shall not be liable for any errors or any actions taken in reliance thereon. Statements of opinion and belief are those of the authors and/or editors who contribute to this website, and are based solely upon the information possessed by such authors and/or editors. No inference should be drawn that BC Relations or such authors or editors have any special or greater knowledge about the crypto-assets or companies profiled or any particular expertise in the industries or markets in which the profiled crypto-assets and companies operate and compete.
Information on this website is obtained from sources deemed to be reliable; however, BC Relations takes no responsibility for verifying the accuracy of such information and makes no representation that such information is accurate or complete. Certain statements included in this website may be forward-looking statements based on current expectations. BC Relations makes no representation and provides no assurance or guaranty that such forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate. Persons using the BC Relations website are urged to consult with a qualified professional with respect to an investment or transaction in any crypto-asset or company profiled herein. Additionally, persons using this website expressly represent that the content in this website is not and will not be a consideration in such persons’ investment or transaction decisions. Traders should verify independently information provided in the BC Relations website by completing their own due diligence on any crypto-asset or company in which they are contemplating an investment or transaction of any kind and review a complete information package on that crypto-asset or company, which should include, but not be limited to, related blog updates and press releases.
Past performance of profiled crypto-assets and securities is not indicative of future results. Crypto-assets and companies profiled on this site may lack an active trading market and investing in a crypto-asset or security that lacks an active trading market or trade on certain media, platforms and markets are deemed highly speculative and carry a high degree of risk. Anyone holding such crypto-assets and securities should be able financially and prepared to bear the risk of loss and actual loss of his or her entire trade. The information on this website is not designed to be used as a basis for an investment decision. Instead, the purpose of this website is to enable issuers, community members, contracted service providers and leaders to establish visibility and become known or better known. Persons using the BC Relations website should confirm to their own satisfaction the veracity of any information prior to entering into any investment or making any transaction. The decision to buy or sell any crypto-asset or security that may be featured by BC Relations is done purely and entirely at the reader’s own risk. As a reader and user of this website, you agree that under no circumstances will you seek to hold liable BC Relations’ owners, members, officers, directors, partners, consultants or other persons involved in the publication of this website for any losses incurred by the use of information contained in this website.
BC Relations and its owners, members, officers, directors, contractors and affiliates may own, or may buy and sell, crypto-assets and securities of companies profiled in this website at any time before, during, or after distribution of information on the crypto-assets and companies by BC Relations. BC Relations and its contractors and affiliates may profit in the event the crypto-assets and securities increase or decrease in value. Such crypto-assets and securities may be bought or sold from time to time, even after BC Relations has distributed positive information regarding the crypto-assets and companies. BC Relations does not guarantee that it will purchase the crypto-assets profiled. BC Relations does not request from and does not require that BC Relations’ independent contractor writers and editors provide information to BC Relations about their trading activities, including trading activities about which they may wrote. BC Relations has no obligation to inform readers of its trading activities or the trading activities of any of its owners, members, officers, directors, contractors and affiliates and/or any companies affiliated with BC Relations’ owners, members, officers, directors, contractors and affiliates. BC Relations and affiliates may from time to time enter into agreements to purchase crypto-assets or securities to provide a method to further their goals.
The content published on this website is intended for and only to be used for reference purposes and is neither an offer nor a solicitation to purchase or sell any crypto-asset, security or instrument or to participate in any particular trading strategy. None of the information provided through this website constitutes advice or a recommendation that any investment or trading strategy is suitable for any person. Further, users of this website agree that they are not using any content of this website in or in connection with an investment or transaction decision. Persons should consult with their financial advisers before making any investment or transaction decisions.
THERE CAN BE NO ASSURANCE THAT THE CONTENT PUBLISHED ON THIS SITE IS ACCURATE OR WITHOUT ERROR. ANY PERSON WHO MAKES USE OF SUCH CONTENT EXPRESSLY ASSUMES ALL RISKS FROM USING THE CONTENT. In particular, BC Relations does not guarantee it reviews, and is not responsible for confirming, the accuracy of documents and information submitted for inclusion on this site. The issuers, community members, contracted service providers and leaders are primarily responsible for the accuracy of any information regarding the crypto-asset provided on this site. The issuers, community members, contracted service providers and leaders of crypto-assets and companies are the publishers of all information provided by issuers, community members, contracted service providers and leaders of crypto-assets and companies available on this site. INDIVIDUALS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO CONFIRM THE ACCURACY OF ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM THIS SITE PRIOR TO MAKING ANY INVESTMENT OR TRANSACTION DECISION.
Because many crypto-assets are relatively illiquid, or “thinly traded,” which tends to increase volatility in market prices, an investment or transaction in a crypto-asset involves a high degree of risk. These speculative and illiquid assets are often difficult for traders to buy or sell without significantly affecting the quoted price. It should be noted that the liquidation of a position in a crypto-asset may not even be possible within a reasonable period of time.
Dependable information regarding issuers, community members, contracted service providers and leaders of crypto-assets, their prospects, or the risks associated with the business of any particular issuer or holding their crypto-asset may not be available. For this reason, it may be difficult to properly value a crypto-asset or accurately determine the risks involved with investing or making transactions in such a crypto-asset.
Issuers, community members, contracted service providers and leaders of crypto-assets are not required to provide any kind of information to traders. While many issuers, community members, contracted service providers and leaders regularly provide updates, they are not required to continue to provide such reports.
Cryptocurrency tokens are created and distributed using distributed ledger or blockchain technology. This technology is highly experimental; therefore, participation in the market is very risky. The software, technologies, and ways of doing business are in an early development stage and unproven.
Many crypto-assets are based on the Bitcoin or Ethereum protocols. The project using them will be adversely affected by any malfunction, dysfunction, or abandonment of these protocols. Additionally, these protocols could be rendered less valuable or valueless by advances in cryptography or other technical advances, such as the development of quantum computing.
Crypto-assets use software and other technology that are likely to be in an early development stage and unproven, and there is normally no warranty that the process for receiving, use and ownership of tokens or virtual coins will be uninterrupted or error-free. Such software and other technology could contain weaknesses, vulnerabilities, or bugs that could cause serious problems, including but not limited to inability to use tokens or virtual coins and the partial or complete loss of tokens or virtual coins.
Blockchain mining attacks
Any crypto-asset using blockchain-based systems that depend upon independent miners may be subject to mining attacks, including but not limited to double-spend attacks, majority mining power attacks, “selfish-mining” attacks, and race condition attacks. Any successful attack presents serious risks to every aspect of the crypto-asset.
Users of a token or virtual coin may wish to store or convert a crypto-asset into one or more fiat and/or alternative cryptocurrencies. There could be serious problems making and managing such crypto-assets and funds, including difficulties related to the lack of ready convertibility between fiat currencies, cryptocurrencies, and tokens or to dealing with them via traditional market counterparties and intermediaries. In addition to the usual market forces, the risk of unfavorable fluctuation in the value of crypto-assets could be exacerbated by another DAO-like attack on the Ethereum network, by security incidents or market irregularities at one or more of the major cryptocurrency exchanges, or by currently unforeseeable events.
Loss of your credentials
If you lose your crypto-wallet credentials or they are stolen, tokens or virtual coins you acquired will be permanently lost. A private key, or a combination of private keys, is necessary to control and dispose of crypto-assets stored in your wallet. Loss of the private key(s) associated with your wallet will result in loss of crypto-assets. Any third party that acquires the ability to access your private key(s), including by acquiring login credentials of a hosted wallet service you use, may be able to steal your tokens. If your crypto-wallet malfunctions or fails for any reason, including your own failure to properly maintain or use it, may also result in your crypto-assets being lost.
Cryptocurrencies and tokens are inherently subject to the risk of cybercrime, which is difficult to protect against. The software used in any aspect of a cryptocurrency token or ICO project could be hacked, which could result inability to use or outright loss of some or all cryptocurrency and token assets.
Failure or Abandonment
Any aspect of any crypto-asset project abandoned or required to be restructured, become or remain technologically or commercially unsuccessful, or be shut down for many reasons, including, but not limited to, lack of interest by the public; statutory, regulatory, or other legal changes; lack of funding; and lack of commercial success due to competing projects. There is no assurance that any crypto-asset you acquire will have the value expected, or any value, at the time you wish to use them. You should understand and accept that the ownership and use of crypto-assets is very risky such that they could be or become unusable or valueless with respect to the exchange of information, services, or value with other crypto-asset owners.
The sale or use of tokens or virtual coins could be prohibited under applicable securities law. It is possible that existing regulations could be applied, or new regulations could be enacted, affecting blockchain technology-based applications and sales of tokens or virtual coins such that any aspect of cryptocurrency token and ICO projects could be negatively affected, requiring its modification or discontinuance and potentially resulting in the loss of tokens or token value.
No statutory protection
Crypto-assets do not represent deposits and are not subject to any statutory insurance or guarantees. In the event of insolvency of an entity issuing tokens or any entity/technology involved in a cryptocurrency token or ICO project, there will be no protection in place to allow recovery of losses.
All decisions involving products or services of an entity issuing tokens or related or associated party are typically made internally by the entity or related or associated party. These decisions could adversely affect the platform on which your tokens are intended to be used and/or the utility of any tokens you own. Entities issuing tokens may be subject to the normal legal, accounting, and tax standards, but they may be operated by persons with very limited business experience.
Lack of oversight
A great number of token sales are not structured or intended as an offer of securities or a promotion, invitation, or solicitation for investment purposes. Token sales are not, therefore, considered to be subject to the offering requirements that apply to securities, including legal standards for prospectuses or other documentation. Investing in unregulated tokens does not involve independent review or oversight required by law for securities offerings, and the accounts of token offerors may not be subject to audit requirements.
No viable legal remedy
In the event of a dispute between you and the entity issuing tokens or any related or associated entity about any aspect of a cryptocurrency token or ICO project, it may be prohibitively difficult or costly for you to assert your legal rights. Even if you do bring a claim, prevailing on your claim may be difficult or impossible because of the difficulty of distinguishing between legally binding and enforceable contractual representations, warranties and terms and mere projections about the expected future of tokens that do not constitute legally binding promises and representations.
There is a risk that dishonest people will use crypto-assets as get-rich-quick schemes and not even attempt to deliver on their promises and representations. You should assess the quality and credibility of the whole team involved in a cryptocurrency token or ICO project, including professional advisors, because the risk of fraud is significant in this young untested sector.
OTC Risk Warnings
Because many securities traded Over-The-Counter (OTC) are relatively illiquid, or “thinly traded,” which tends to increase volatility in market prices, an investment in an OTC security involves a high degree of risk. These speculative and illiquid securities are often difficult for investors to buy or sell without significantly affecting the quoted price. It should be noted that the liquidation of a position in an OTC security may not even be possible within a reasonable period of time.
Dependable information regarding issuers of OTC securities, their prospects, or the risks associated with the business of any particular issuer or an investment in the issuer’s securities may not be available. For this reason, it may be difficult to properly value an investment in an OTC security or accurately determine the risks involved with investing in such a security. For more information about investing in microcap securities, please read the content on the SEC’s website, including the SEC’s investor publication titled “Microcap Stock: A Guide for Investors” available at https://www.sec.gov/investor/pubs/microcapstock.htm.
Issuers of OTC securities quoted on the OTC Link system are not required to provide any kind of information to investors. While many issuers register OTC securities with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and regularly provide reports to investors in connection with such registration, they are not required to continue such registration or regularly provide such reports because their securities are quoted on OTC Link. Securities may continue to be quoted on the OTC Link system if issuers are delinquent in their reporting obligation to the SEC or other federal or state regulatory agencies. Quotation of a security on the OTC Link system or the Yellow Sheets does not in itself create any ongoing filing or reporting obligations with the SEC for any issuer. In fact, issuers may not even be aware that their securities are quoted on the OTC Link system.
The BC Relations website may contain Third-Party Content articles and other content submitted by third parties, including articles and editorials submitted for distribution through the Blockchain Relations Brand Network. All opinions, statements and representations expressed by such third parties are theirs alone and do not express or represent the views and opinions of BC Relations or its affiliates and owners. Content created by third parties is the sole responsibility of such third parties, and BC Relations does not endorse, guarantee or make representations concerning the accuracy and completeness of all third-party content. You acknowledge that by BC Relations providing you with this internet portal that makes accessible to you the ability to view third-party content through the BC Relations site, BC Relations does not undertake any obligation to you as a reader of such content or assume any liability relating to such third-party content. BC Relations expressly disclaims liability relating to such third-party content. BC Relations and its members, affiliates, successors, assigns, officers, directors, and partners assume no responsibility or liability that may arise from the third-party content, including, but not limited to, responsibility or liability for claims for defamation, libel, slander, infringement, invasion of privacy and publicity rights, fraud, or misrepresentation, or a private right of action under the federal laws of the United States or common law. Notwithstanding the foregoing, BC Relations reserves the right to remove third-party content at any time in its sole discretion. By viewing this third-party content, you acknowledge that you have viewed, read fully, accepted and agreed to all terms of the Disclaimer at http://www.blockchainrelations.io/disclaimer/.
The disclaimers on the Blockchain Relations website applicable to all content provided by BC Relations, wherever published or re-published, are at: http://www.blockchainrelations.io/disclaimer/.
Recognizing that transactions of the type contemplated in an engagement sometimes result in litigation and that the role of BC Relations is public relations advisory and to offer a communications portal, the company, issuer, organization, community or person (“Client”) who pays for the services offered by BC Relations agrees to advance costs and fees to, and indemnify and hold harmless BC Relations and its members and affiliates and their irrespective members, officers, directors, agents and controlling persons, and against any and all loss, charge, claim, damage, expense and liability whatsoever, including, but not limited to, all attorneys’ fees and expenses (hereinafter a “Claim” or “Claims”), related to or arising in any manner out of, based upon, or in connection with (i) any untrue statement or alleged untrue statement of a material fact made by Client or any omission or alleged omission of Client to state a material fact required to be stated therein or necessary to make the statements therein not misleading or (ii) any transaction, proposal or any other matter (items (i) and (ii) being hereinafter referred to as a “Matter” or “Matters”) contemplated by the engagement of BC Relations hereunder, and will promptly advance fees to the Indemnified Parties in the amount of three times the specified crypto-asset or USD equivalent of the face amount of any written agreement between Client and any of the Indemnified Parties and reimburse the Indemnified Parties for all expenses (including all fees and expenses of legal counsel incurred by BC Relations and the Indemnified Parties) as incurred in connection with the investigation of, preparation for or defense of any pending or threatened Claim related to or arising in any manner out of any Matter contemplated by the engagement of BC Relations hereunder, or any action or proceeding arising therefrom (collectively, “Proceedings”), regardless of whether such Indemnified Party is a formal party to any such Proceeding. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Client shall not be liable in respect of any Claims that a court of competent jurisdiction has judicially determined by final judgment (and the time to appeal has expired or the last right of appeal has been denied) which resulted solely or in part from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of an Indemnified Party or the violation of any laws or regulations by an Indemnified Party. Client further agrees that it will not, without the prior written consent of BC Relations settle compromise or consent to the entry of any judgment in any pending or threatened proceeding in respect of which BC Relations and any Indemnified Party may seek indemnification hereunder (regardless of whether BC Relations or any Indemnified Party is an actual or potential party to such Proceeding), unless such settlement, compromise or consent includes an unconditional release of BC Relations and each other Indemnified Party hereunder from all liability arising out of such proceeding.
In order to provide for just and equitable contribution in any case in which (i) an Indemnified Party is entitled to indemnification pursuant to an Engagement Agreement but it is judicially determined by the entry of a final judgment decree by a court of competent jurisdiction and the time to appeal has expired or the last right of appeal has been denied) that such indemnification may not be enforced in such case, or (ii) contribution may be required by Client in circumstances for which an Indemnified party is otherwise entitled to indemnification under the Agreement, then, and in each such case, Client shall contribute to the aggregate losses, Claims, damages and/or liabilities in an amount equal to the amount for which indemnification was held unavailable. Notwithstanding the foregoing, BC Relations shall not be obligated to contribute any amount hereunder that exceeds the amount of fees previously received by BC Relations pursuant to an Agreement.
Client further agrees that no Indemnified Party shall have any liability (whether direct or indirect, in contract or tort or otherwise) to Client for or in connection with BC Relations’s engagement hereunder except for Claims that a court of competent jurisdiction shall have determined by final judgment (and the time to appeal has expired or the last right of appeal has been denied) resulted solely or in part from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of such Indemnified Party or the violation of any laws or regulations by an Indemnified Party. The indemnity, re-imbursement and contribution obligations of Client set forth herein shall be in addition to any liability which Client may otherwise have and shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of any successors, assigns, heirs and personal representatives of Client or an Indemnified Party.
The indemnity, reimbursement and contribution provisions set forth herein shall remain operative and in full force and effect regardless of (i) any withdrawal, termination or consummation of or failure to initiate or consummate any Matter referred to herein, (ii) any investigation made by or on behalf of any party hereto or any person controlling any party hereto, (iii) any termination or the completion or expiration of an Engagement Agreement with BC Relations and (iv) regardless of whether BC Relations shall or shall not be called upon to render any public relations advice, whether formal or informal, in the course of such engagement.
Unless otherwise defined, capitalized terms used herein shall have the meaning ascribed to them in the Agreement.
General Terms and Service Agreement
General Terms and Service Agreement for clients can be found here.