Cookie policy

This document explains how, when and why we collect user's data as they visit our website at For more information about these personal data tracking and our stake in it, check out our Privacy Policy document and get acquainted with what we stand for and your role in it. If you are not satisfied with the terms of the agreement, please do note that you are to discontinue the usage of our services, else we presume you agree to the set standards.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are responsible for the redundant tasks of time-saving techniques and forming baseline analytic data when users visit a site too often, making it a smooth sailing experience for them. More so, being as simple as a small file, downloaded onto an internet-enabled device through a browser, their task is to collect information that aid the website's recognition upon subsequent visits.

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How do we use cookies?

Our cookies can come in handy in enhancing your overall browsing experience by:

  1. Ensuring that your browsing preferences are maintained each time you visit our site as we use cookies to recognize you when you log in.
  2. Helping you relive your previous browsing experiences.
  3. Where possible, collect additional data to help you gain a better experience every single time you visit our website.

What types of cookies do we use?

We use three cookie types in order to fulfil our obligations to you:

Essential - they are indeed essential because features, like commenting and interacting with other users which are exclusive rights reserved for members, can only be obtained upon activation of these sets of cookies as they help to maintain a login request to your Cointobuy account. You can, in addition, disable these features on your browser which invariably limits your browsing experience.

Functionality - these set of cookies are used to recognize and remember a user's preference whenever they revisit This way a more custom experience tailored to each user remains dynamic.

Analytical (Google Analytics cookies) - these third party cookies help generate a broader baseline of data to measure users' interactive session on our website and helps generate tailored contents (inclusive of ad-related contents). They are sponsored by Google and measure such things as traffic to our website and most interactive web pages. But essentially, these data that are being collected are void of personal information, so as a Disclaimer: Our website cookies do not collect personally identifiable information from users. Other important information about Google Analytics Cookies can be found here.

Control of cookies

Your browser can help you control which cookies to accept or reject. And if at any point in time you want to opt out of any of the cookies or completely delete their cached presence, you can do so from within the browser. However, do note that if you restrict or block cookies entirely, your website experiences can be poor, as you would not be able to access some features of the website as freely and other functions of the website may not function properly.

Each browser has its own set of rules and functions with regards to cookies and their controls. The following lists some helpful references on how to deal with each relatively.

Google Chrome
Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
Safari (Desktop)
Safari (Mobile)
Android Browser
Opera Mobile

For other customized browsers, please consult the accompanying documentation for more details.

Google Analytics which provide third-party cookies can be restricted from their website, such that you could opt out of any unfavourable cookie request or functions. The third party cookies are mostly interest-based targeting whereby they provide contents tailored to you based on your browsing experiences recorded by the cookies. Most internet enabled devices have the options in the settings to turn this feature off.

Changes to this Cookie Policy

We may update this Cookie Policy over time and would let you know on our website if any change has been made. However, we would not initiate a prior notice before changes are to be made. If you do not like the changes we make, you should discontinue from accessing our website and its contents; else, we take it that you are in agreement with the changes being made.

This version was last updated on 25.05.2018 and historic versions can be obtained by contacting us.


For further information regarding the Cookie Policy, please contact us at [email protected]