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GANA Coin sale Terms and Conditions

These GANA Coin Sale Terms and Conditions (this “Agreement”) contains the terms and conditions that govern your purchase of certain GANA tokens (the “Coin”) generated and distributed (the “Coin Sale”) on the Ethereum Blockchain and is an agreement between you (“Buyer” or “you”) and GANA Technologies OÜ (“Company”), an Estonian company established for the purposes of the GANA Project (the “Project”). Buyer and Company are herein referred to individually as a “Party” and collectively, as the “Parties.”
Your participation in the Coin Sale means that you acknowledge and agree that you have read this Agreement in its entirety and understand the contents thereof, and accept, with the intent to be legally bound, the following terms and conditions:

GANA COIN SALE TERMS AND CONDITIONS

These GANA Coin Sale Terms and Conditions (this “Agreement”) contains the terms and conditions that govern your purchase of certain GANA tokens (the “Coin”) generated and distributed (the “Coin Sale”) on the Ethereum Blockchain and is an agreement between you (“Buyer” or “you”) and GANA Technologies OÜ (“Company”), an Estonian company established for the purposes of the GANA Project (the “Project”). Buyer and Company are herein referred to individually as a “Party” and collectively, as the “Parties.”
Your participation in the Coin Sale means that you acknowledge and agree that you have read this Agreement in its entirety and understand the contents thereof, and accept, with the intent to be legally bound, the following terms and conditions:

1. PURCHASE AND SALE OF COINS

1. Exchange Rate. Company shall sell the Coins after applying the exchange rate between Ethereum and the Coins (the “Exchange Rate”) published on its website (https://ganacoin.io) (the “Website”).
2. Transfer of Ethereum. Buyer shall transfer Ethereum (the “Purchase Amount”) to the wallet address below within the time specified on the Website.

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3. Transfer of Coins. After Buyer completes the transfer pursuant to Section 1.2 and on the payment date published on the Website, Company shall transfer the Coins in an amount calculated by applying the Exchange Rate.
4. Transfer Method. Company shall perform the transfer pursuant to Section 1.3 by transferring the Coins to the address of the wallet Buyer used to transfer the Purchase Amount to Company’s wallet address. Please see the Website for further details.
5. No Returns. Once Buyer completes the transfer pursuant to Section 1.2, in no event shall Company be obligated to cancel or terminate the sale of the Coins, or to return or refund the Purchase Amount transferred by Buyer, and Buyer shall not reject receipt of the Coins.
6. Taxes. Each Party shall be responsible for any taxes that such Party may incur pursuant to the transactions contemplated hereby.
7. White Paper. The white paper and other materials concerning the Project available at the Website (as may be amended from time to time, the “White Paper”) are hereby incorporated by reference.
8. Restricted Countries. Company shall have no obligation to sell Coins to any Buyer from a Restricted Country as defined in Section 3.1(e).

2. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF BUYER

1. Sources and Uses of Funds.
a) Use of Funds. Buyer shall not use the Coin to finance, engage in, or otherwise support any unlawful activities.
b) Compliance with Laws. Buyer shall comply with all applicable laws regarding the purchase and use of the Coins.
2. Transfers
a) Transferability. Buyer may freely transfer the Coins to any third party.
b) Transfer Fees. Buyer agrees that any transfer of Coins may be subject to transfer fees imposed by Company from time to time through the Project.
c) Transfer Restrictions. Buyer agrees that Company may place limitations on the transferability of the Coins through the Project.
3. No Claim or Ownership Interest. The purchase of Coins: (i) shall not provide Buyer with rights of any form with respect to Company or its revenues or assets, including, but not limited to, any voting, distribution, redemption, liquidation, proprietary (including all forms of intellectual property), or other financial or legal rights; and (ii) shall not provide Buyer with any ownership or other interest in Company.
4. Company’s Use of Proceeds. Buyer acknowledges and understands that the proceeds from the sale of the Coins may be utilized by Company in its sole discretion, as described, but not limited to, the purposes outlined in the White Paper.

3. REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES

1. Buyer Representations and Warranties. Buyer represents and warrants to Company that:
a) Authority. Buyer has all requisite power and authority to execute and deliver this Agreement, to purchase Coins, and to carry out and perform its obligations under this Agreement. If a legal person, Buyer is duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of its domiciliary jurisdiction and each jurisdiction where it conducts business.
b) No Conflict. The execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement will not result in any violation of, be in conflict with, or constitute a material default under, with or without the passage of time or the giving of notice: (i) any provision of Buyer’s organizational documents, if applicable; (ii) any provision of any judgment, decree or order to which Buyer is a party, by which it is bound, or to which any of its material assets are subject; (iii) any material agreement, obligation, duty or commitment to which Buyer is a party or by which it is bound; or (iv) any laws, regulations or rules applicable to Buyer.
c) No Consents or Approvals. The execution and delivery of, and performance under, this Agreement requires no approval or other action from any governmental authority or person other than Buyer.
d) Buyer Knowledge and Risks of Project. Buyer has sufficient knowledge and experience in business and financial matters, including a sufficient understanding of blockchain or cryptographic tokens and other digital assets, smart contracts, storage mechanisms (such as digital or token wallets), blockchain-based software systems and blockchain technology, to be able to evaluate the risks and merits of Buyer’s purchase of Coins, including but not limited, to the matters set forth in this Agreement, and is able to bear the risks thereof, including loss of all amounts paid, loss of Coins, and liability to the Company and others for its acts and omissions, including without limitation those constituting breach of this Agreement, negligence, fraud or willful misconduct. Buyer has obtained sufficient information in order to make an informed decision to purchase the Coins.
e) Restricted Country. Buyer is not a citizen, resident (tax or otherwise), domiciliary and/or green card holder or other similar certificate of residency of a country (A) which prohibits the purchase of any virtual currency, participation in token sales, or other similar activities, or (B) where it is likely that the sale of Coins would be construed as the sale of a security (howsoever named) or investment product (including without limitation the United States of America, Singapore, People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, Macau, Bolivia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Morocco, Namibia, Nepal, Pakistan, Ecuador, Myanmar, Aibor Coast, Cuba, Iran, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and Syria) (each a “Restricted Country”), nor are you purchasing Coins from any Restricted Country, nor are you an entity (including but not limited to any corporation or partnership) incorporated, established or registered in or under the laws of a Restricted Country, nor are you purchasing Coins on behalf of any person or entity from a Restricted Country.
f) Funds; Payments. The funds, including any fiat, virtual currency or cryptocurrency, Buyer uses to purchase Coins are not derived from or related to any unlawful activities, including but not limited to money laundering or terrorist financing.
g) No Investment. Buyer is not purchasing Coins for investment purposes.
2. No Company Representations or Warranties.
a) COMPANY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY.
b) WITH RESPECT TO THE COINS, THEIR UTILITY AND THE ABILITY OF ANYONE TO PURCHASE OR USE THE COINS, COMPANY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, USAGE, SUITABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR AS TO THE WORKMANSHIP OR TECHNICAL CODING THEREOF, OR THE ABSENCE OF ANY DEFECTS THEREIN, WHETHER LATENT OR PATENT.
c) COMPANY DISCLAIM ALL REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES THAT THE PROCESS OF PURCHASING OR RECEIVING THE COINS WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE, OR THAT THE COINS ARE RELIABLE OR ERROR-FREE.

4. BUYER ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS OF RISKS

Buyer has carefully reviewed, acknowledges, understands and assumes the following risks, as well as all other risks associated with the Coins (including those not discussed herein), all of which could render the Coins worthless or of little value:
1. Basis for Purchase. Purchasing Coins is at Buyer’s sole risk and that the Coins are each provided, used and acquired on an “AS IS” and on an “AS AVAILABLE” basis without representations, warranties, promises or guarantees whatsoever of any kind by Company. Buyer must rely on its own examination and investigation thereof.
2. No Rights, Functionality or Features. Coins have no rights, uses, purpose, attributes, functionalities or features, express or implied, outside the Project.
3. Project. Coins may not be usable on the Project and do not entitle Buyer to anything with respect to the Project.
4. Purchase Price Risk. There are no guarantees as to the price of Coins purchased by Buyer and no guarantees that the price per Coin determined by the market will be equal to or higher. There is the possibility that the price per Coin may fall below the price paid by initial buyers of Tokens during the initial distribution period.
5. Blockchain Delay Risk. On the Ethereum Blockchain Protocol, transactions may not be recorded in the last-closed ledger until the transaction has been ratified through the Ethereum consensus algorithm. Timing of ratification may occur at random times.
6. Ethereum Consensus Ledger. Transactions on the Ethereum Consensus Ledger may be delayed or lost due to operational error or malicious attacks by third parties. Buyer acknowledges and understands that the last-closed ledger may not include Buyer’s transaction when Buyer wants or expects and that Buyer’s transaction may be excluded or discarded entirely.
7. Ability to Transact or Resell. Buyer may be unable to sell or otherwise transact in Coins at any time, or for the price Buyer paid due to (a) diminution in value of the Coins; (b) lack of liquidity for the Coins; or (c) Company imposing restrictions on the transferability of the Coins.
8. Coin Security. Coins may be subject to expropriation and or/theft. Hackers or other malicious groups or organizations may attempt to interfere with the Coins in a variety of ways, including, but not limited to, malware attacks, denial of service attacks, consensus- based attacks, Sybil attacks, smurfing and spoofing. Furthermore, because the Ethereum Blockchain Protocol rests on open source software and Coins are based on open source software, there is the risk that such software may contain intentional or unintentional bugs or weaknesses which may negatively affect the Coins or result in the loss of Buyer’s Coins, the loss of Buyer’s ability to access or control Buyer’s Coins or the loss of any other assets in Buyer’s account. In the event of such a software bug or weakness, there may be no remedy and holders of Coins are not guaranteed any remedy, refund or compensation.
9. Access to Private Keys. Coins purchased by Buyer may be held by Buyer in Buyer’s digital wallet or vault, which requires a private key, or a combination of private keys, for access. Accordingly, loss of requisite private key(s) associated with Buyer’s digital wallet or vault storing Coins may result in loss of such Coins, access to Buyer’s Coin balance or any balances in blockchains created by third parties. Moreover, any third party that gains access to such private key(s), including by gaining access to login credentials of a hosted wallet or vault service Buyer uses, may be able to misappropriate Buyer’s Coins. Company is not responsible for any such losses.
10. New Technology. The Project and all of the matters set forth in the White Paper are new and untested. The Project might not be capable of completion, implementation or adoption. Even if the Project is completed, implemented and adopted, it might not function as intended, and any tokens associated with a blockchain adopting the Project may not have functionality that is desirable or valuable. Also, technology is changing rapidly, so the Coins and the Project may become outdated.
11. Tax Consequences. The purchase and receipt of Coins may have tax consequences for Buyer. Buyer is solely responsible for Buyer’s compliance with Buyer’s tax obligations.
12. Failure to Map a Public Key to Buyer’s Account. Failure of Buyer to map a public key to Buyer’s account may result in third parties being unable to recognize Buyer’s Coin balance on the Ethereum Consensus Ledger.
13. Changes to the Project. The Project is still under development and may undergo significant changes over time. Company may make changes to such features and specifications for any number of reasons, any of which may mean that the Project does not meet Buyer’s expectations. As a result: (a) the Project may never be completed; (b) the Project may not be completed as initially proposed by Company, and in a different or modified form; (c) a blockchain utilizing or adopting features of the Project may ever be launched; and (d) a blockchain may never be launched with or without changes to the Project.
14. Project Completion. The development of the Project may be abandoned for a number of reasons, including, but not limited to, lack of interest from the public, lack of funding, lack of commercial success or prospects, or departure of key personnel.
15. Lack of Interest. Even if the Project is finished, launched and adopted, the ongoing success of the Project relies on the interest and participation of third parties. There can be no assurance or guarantee that there will be sufficient interest or participation in the Project.
16. Uncertain Regulatory Framework. The regulatory status of cryptographic tokens, digital assets and blockchain technology is unclear or unsettled in many jurisdictions. It is difficult to predict how or whether governmental authorities may regulate such technologies. It is likewise difficult to predict how or whether any governmental authority may make changes to existing laws, regulations or rules that may affect cryptographic tokens, digital assets, blockchain technology and its applications. Such changes could negatively impact Coins in various ways, including, for example, through a determination that Coins are regulated financial instruments that require registration. Company may cease the distribution of Coins, the development of the Project or cease operations in a jurisdiction in the event that governmental actions make it unlawful or commercially undesirable to continue to do so.
17. Risk of Government Action. The industry in which Company operates is new, and may be subject to heightened oversight and scrutiny, including investigations or enforcement actions. There can be no assurance that governmental authorities will not examine the operations of Company or pursue enforcement actions against Company. Such governmental activities may or may not be the result of targeting Company in particular. All of this may subject Company to judgments, settlements, fines or penalties, or cause Company to restructure its operations and activities or to cease offering certain products or services, all of which could harm Company’s reputation or lead to higher operational costs, which may in turn have a material adverse effect on the Coins or the development of the Project.

5. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY; INDEMNIFICATION

1. Limitation of Liability. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, Buyer disclaims any right or cause of action against Company of any kind in any jurisdiction that would give rise to any damages whatsoever, on the part of Company. Company shall not be liable to Buyer for any type of damages, whether direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive, consequential or exemplary (including damages for lost profits, goodwill, use or data), even if and notwithstanding the extent to which Company has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Buyer agrees not to seek any refund, compensation or reimbursement from the Company, regardless of the reason, and regardless of whether the reason is identified in this Agreement. Company is not and shall not be responsible for or liable for the market value of Coins, the transferability or liquidity of Coins or the availability of any market for Coins through third parties or otherwise
2. Damages. Under no circumstances shall the aggregate joint liability of the Company, whether in contract, warrant, tort or other theory, for damages to Buyer under this Agreement exceed the amount received by Company from Buyer.
3. Release. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, Buyer releases Company from responsibility, liability, claims, demands, or damages of every kind and nature, known and unknown (including, but not limited to, claims of negligence), arising out of or related to disputes between Buyer and the acts or omissions of third parties.
4. Force Majeure. Buyer understands and agrees that Company shall not be liable and disclaims all liability to Buyer in connection with any force majeure event, including acts of God, labor disputes or other industrial disturbances, electrical, telecommunications, hardware, software or other utility failures, software or smart contract bugs or weaknesses, earthquakes, storms, or other nature-related events, blockages, embargoes, riots, acts or orders of government, acts of terrorism or war, technological change, changes in interest rates or other monetary conditions, and, for the avoidance of doubt, changes to any blockchain-related protocol.
5. Indemnification.
a) To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, Buyer shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless and reimburse Company from and against any and all actions, proceedings, claims, damages, demands and actions (including without limitation fees and expenses of counsel), incurred by Company arising from or relating to: (i) Buyer’s purchase or use of Coins; (ii) Buyer’s responsibilities or obligations under this Agreement; (iii) Buyer’s breach of or violation of this Agreement; (iv) any inaccuracy in any representation or warranty of Buyer; (v) Buyer’s violation of any rights of any other person or entity; or (vi) any act or omission of Buyer that is negligent, unlawful or constitutes willful misconduct.
b) Company reserves the right to exercise sole control over the defense, at Buyer’s expense, of any claim subject to indemnification under this Section 5.5. This indemnity is in addition to, and not in lieu of, any other indemnities set forth in a written agreement between Buyer and Company.

6. DISPUTE RESOLUTION

1. Informal Dispute Resolution. Buyer and Company shall cooperate in good faith to resolve any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of, relating to or in connection with this Agreement, including with respect to the formation, applicability, breach, termination, validity or enforceability thereof (a “Dispute”).
2. Jurisdiction. If the Parties are unable to resolve a Dispute, such Dispute shall be brought before the Seoul Central District Court and the Parties consent to its exclusive jurisdiction.

7. MISCELLANEOUS

1. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed in all respects, including as to validity, interpretation and effect, by the laws of the Republic of Korea.
2. Assignment. Buyer shall not assign this Agreement without the prior written consent of Company. Any assignment or transfer in violation of this Section shall be null and void. Company may assign this Agreement to an affiliate. Subject to the foregoing, this Agreement, and the rights and obligations of the Parties hereunder, shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of their respective successors, assigns, heirs, executors, administrators and legal representatives.
3. Entire Agreement. This Agreement, including the exhibits attached hereto and the materials incorporated herein by reference, constitutes the entire agreement between the Parties and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous agreements and understandings, both written and oral, between the Parties with respect to the subject matter hereof, including, without limitation, any public or other statements or presentations made by Company about the Coins or the Project.
4. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, inoperative or unenforceable for any reason, the provision shall be modified to make it valid and, to the extent possible, effectuate the original intent of the Parties as closely as possible in an acceptable manner in order that the transactions contemplated hereby be consummated as originally contemplated to the fullest extent possible.
5. No Waivers. The failure by Company to exercise or enforce any right or provision of this Agreement shall not constitute a present or future waiver of such right or provision, nor limit Company’s right to enforce such right or provision at a later time. All waivers by Company must be unequivocal and in writing to be effective.
6. No Partnership; No Agency. Nothing in this Agreement and no action taken by the Parties shall constitute, or be deemed to constitute, a partnership, association, joint venture or other co-operative entity between the Parties. Nothing in this Agreement and no action taken by the Parties pursuant to this Agreement shall constitute, or be deemed to constitute, either Party the agent of the other Party for any purpose.

SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS

This Agreement is effective as of March 21, 2018.

GANA Privacy Policy

GANA Privacy Policy

Chapter 1 General Provisions

Article 1 (Basic Principle)

GANA Technologies OÜ (“GANA”) complies with the data privacy regulations under the Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection, Protection of Communications Secrets Act, Telecommunications Business Act, Personal Information Protection Act and relevant laws and regulations that apply to information and communications service providers. GANA is committed to protecting the interests of its participants (“Participants”) by establishing this privacy policy in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.

Chapter 2 Items of Personal Information Collected and Methods of Collection

Article 2 (Items Collected)

GANA collects the following items of personal information from Participants during execution of the Participant identification (KYC) process, in order to register and manage Participants, to provide various services and for marketing.

KYC Process - Email address and password, phone number, name, nationality, address, country of residence, birthdate, sex, passport number or ID number, self photograph, ID card or passport copy, and ETH wallet address for receipt of GANA Coins

Article 3 (Additional Information Collected during Use of Services)

When Participants use the Services, information such as (i) IP address, (ii) Cookie, (iii) the type and language of browser, and (iv) usage log may be collected by GANA.

Article 4 (Prohibited Collection of sensitive Personal Information)

GANA does not collect sensitive personal information (such as race, ideology, creed, political orientation, criminal record, or medical information) that may infringe on the basic human rights of the Participant.

Article 5 (How to Collect Personal Information)

GANA collects Participants’ personal information in the following way:

A. Collection through voluntary disclosure by Participants during service use or during the Participant identification process
B. Automatic collection through the use of GANA’s service programs

Chapter 3 Purpose of Collection and Use of Personal Information

Article 6 (Purpose of Collection and Use of Personal Information)

GANA collects and uses Participants’ personal information for the following purposes:

A. Participant management: identification and authentication of Participants, prevention of unauthorized use of service, various notices and notices
B. Providing services
C. Participant identification (KYC) process: verification of name of person wishing to purchase GANA Coins, verification of identity of person executing transaction with GANA Coins.

Chapter 4 Sharing and Providing Personal Information

Article 7 (Basic Principles of Sharing and Providing Personal Information)

GANA shall use the personal information of Participants within the range notified in Article 6 and shall not use the personal information of Participants outside of such range or disclose the personal information of Participants to third parties without the prior consent of the Participant. However, the following cases shall be excluded:

A. The Participant agrees in advance
B. Personal information is processed and provided in a way that makes it impossible to identify a specific individual for statistical purposes
C. There is a request from an investigating agency for the purpose of an investigation in accordance with procedures and methods prescribed in the law

Chapter 5 Entrustment of Handling Personal Information

Article 8 (Entrustment of Handling Personal Information)

In principle, GANA entrusts the handling of personal information of Participants to third parties as follows:

Information regarding Transfer of Personal Information Overseas
A. Name and Personal Information of Entrusted Third Party: Aleksander Pawel, Coinfirm Ltd.
B. Task of Entrusted Third Party: KYC work related to Participants
C. Items of Personal Information to be Transferred: Certain items designated by GANA among the items collected by GANA
D. Country of Transfer: Poland
E. Timing and Method of Transfer: Transferred immediately by GANA upon collection
F. Purpose of Use: outsourcing of KYC work
G. Period of Use and Storage by Recipient: From transfer to Recipient until GANA terminates the outsourcing work

Chapter 6 Retention and Use Period of Personal Information

Article 9 (Basic Principles of Personal Information Retention and Usage Period)

In principle, personal information of Participants is destroyed without delay when the purpose of collecting and using personal information is achieved.

Article 10 (Retention of Personal Information under GANA’s Internal Policy) Notwithstanding Article 9, in order to prevent disputes related to the Services, GANA shall transfer information related to Participants management in a separate DB (in the case of information recorded on paper to a separate document) in accordance with the internal policy of

GANA and keep it for the following period, and use it only within the scope of its purpose.

A. If an investigation is underway for a violation of the relevant laws by a Participant: Until the end of investigation
B. If there is a debt relationship between GANA and the Participant: Until the settlement of the relevant debt

Article 11 (Retention of Personal Information by Relevant Laws and Regulations)

Notwithstanding Article 9, GANA shall transfer information related to Participants management in a separate DB (in the case of information recorded on paper to a separate document) in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations and keep it for the required period, and use it only within the scope of its purpose.

Chapter 7 Destruction of Personal Information

Article 12 (Procedures and Methods of Destroying Personal Information)

1. GANA will destroy the personal information within (i) 5 days from the date of termination of the personal information retention period under Article 9 to Article 11 or (ii) 5 days from the day when the processing of personal information is deemed unnecessary if the personal information becomes unnecessary (including completion of the processing of personal information, abolition of service, termination of business) in accordance with Paragraph 3.
2. GANA shall identify personal information that has a reason to be destroyed, and destroy the personal information with the approval of the person in charge of personal information protection.
3. GANA will destroy personal information in the following ways:

A. Personal information recorded and stored on paper: Destruction by shredding or incinerating
B. Personal information stored in electronic file format: Destruction by using a technical method such as low-level format so that the record cannot be restored

Chapter 8 Participant’s Rights

Article 13 (Withdrawal of Consent to the Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information)

1. A Participant may withdraw consent to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information through the Participant identification (KYC) process at any time.
2. Withdrawal of the consent may result in restrictions on the use of the service.

Article 14 (Requests to View, Verify, and Correct Personal Information)

1. If a Participant requests to view, verify or correct personal information, GANA shall (i) not use or provide such personal information until the correction or deletion is completed, (ii) respond sincerely to the request of the Participant, (iii) take necessary measures without delay if it is deemed necessary to correct or delete the personal information (including if there is an error in the personal information or if the retention period of the personal information has elapsed).
2. When a Participant requests to view or verify through wire or written communication, GANA shall confirm whether the request is true to the person’s intention by requiring a copy of the requesting party’s ID.

Article 15 (Restrictions on Accessing and Viewing Personal Information)

1. The personal information that has been canceled or deleted at the request of a Participant is processed as specified in Articles 9 to 11, and is processed so that it can’t be viewed or used for any other purpose.
2. A Participant may view or modify registered personal information at any time. Article 16 (How to Exercise Rights) Participants may exercise the rights of this Chapter by means of written communication, mail or fax to GANA.

Article 17 (Exercising the Rights of Agents)

Participants may exercise the rights of this Chapter through their legal representatives or their authorized representatives. In this case, the Participant must submit the power of attorney in accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act.

Chapter 9 Matters on Installation / Operation and Rejection of Automatic Collection Device of Personal Information

Article 18 (Use of Cookies)

1. GANA uses cookies or similar technologies (hereinafter referred to as “cookies”) that store and access from time to time Participants’ access information. Cookies are a small amount of information stored on the device when a Participant visits an application and stores information that can be read when the Participant returns.
2. GANA uses cookies for the following purposes.
A. Maintain a Participant’s connection session
B. Service visit and usage behavior analysis
C. Security access
3. The installation of cookies is at the option of Participants. The installation of cookies will be executed pursuant to the browser settings set by Participants which may accept all cookies, request consent for installation each time a cookie is saved, or reject installation of all cookies. Please note that if you refuse to install the cookies, you will face inconvenience in using the website and may have difficulty using some services that require login.

Chapter 10 Technological / Administrative Protection Measures of Personal Information

Article 19 (Minimizing and Educating Processing Staff)

The personal information processing staff of GANA is limited to the person in charge, and a separate password is assigned to it so that it is updated regularly. Through regular training for the person in charge, GANA always emphasizes compliance with the personal information processing policy.

Article 20 (Establishment and Enforcement of Internal Management Plan)

GANA has established an internal management plan for the safe processing of personal information.

Article 21 (Encryption of Personal Information)

Personal information of Participants is encrypted and stored and managed. Only the Participant can know it, and important data is encrypted by encrypting the file and transmission data, or using the file security function.

Article 22 (Restrict Access to Personal Information)

GANA takes necessary measures to control access to personal information through the granting, modification and cancellation of access to the database system handling personal information and controls unauthorized access from outside by using an intrusion prevention system.

Article 23 (Personal Information Protection Manager)

Participants may report any privacy complaints that may arise as a result of using GANA’s services to the following person. GANA will respond promptly and fully to Participants’ reports.
Privacy Manager
 Name: Aleksander Pawel
 Position: Privacy Officer
 E-mail: pawel.aleksander@coinfirm.io

Article 24 (Personal Information Request)

Participants may request to view personal information in the following person. GANA will make every effort to promptly process requests for personal information.

 Name: Aleksander Pawel
 Position: Privacy Officer
 E-mail: pawel.aleksander@coinfirm.io

Chapter 11 Miscellaneous

Article 25 (Notice of Personal Information Processing Policy and Notification Method)

1. In case of addition, deletion or modification of the current personal information processing policy, GANA will notify the reason and contents of the change through the Notice section of the electronic bulletin board managed and operated by GANA at least 7 days before the amendment. However, if there is any significant change in the Participant’s rights in the collection and utilization of personal information, we will notify you at least 30 days in advance.
2. If GANA wishes to use the personal information of a Participant beyond the agreement of the Participant or obtain the additional consent of a Participant to entrust the handling to a third party, GANA shall individually notify the Participant in writing, by mail or telephone.
3. If GANA entrusts the collection, storage, processing, use, provision, management or destruction of personal information to a third party, GANA will notify the Participant through the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Policy shall be effective as of March 21, 2018.

Collection and Use of Personal Information

GANA Technologies OÜ(“Company”) collects personal information for user verification (KYC) purposes related to its sale of GANA Coins as follows:

Collection and Use of Personal Information
Company collects and uses personal information (i) for management, (ii) to confirm the name of GANA Coin purchasers and (iii) to confirm the identity of GANA Coin traders.

Information Collected
Company collects the email address, password regarding to sale process, phone number, name, nationality, address, birthdate, gender, ID number, photo, passport or ID copy and address of ETH wallet.

Retention Period
Company retains personal information collected until it achieves the purpose for which the information was collected.

Please note that users who do not consent to the collection and use of personal information above by Company will not be able to participate in the KYC process and subsequent GANA Coin sale, as this collection and use of personal information is an integral part of the KYC process.

Collection and Use of Personally Identifiable Information

GANA Technologies OÜ(“Company”) collects “Personally Identifiable Information”, as defined under the Personal Information Protection Act of Korea, for user verification (KYC) purposes related to its sale of GANA Coins as follows:

Collection and Use of Personally Identifiable Information
Company collects and uses Personally Identifiable Information to confirm the name of GANA Coin purchasers and to confirm the identity of GANA Coin traders.

Information Collected
Company collects the passport numbers.

Retention Period
Company retains Personally Identifiable Information collected until it achieves the purpose for which the information was collected.

Please note that users who do not consent to the collection and use of Personally Identifiable Information above by Company will not be able to participate in the KYC process and subsequent GANA Coin sale, as this collection and use of Personally Identifiable Information is an integral part of the KYC process.

Disclaimer

1. GANA does not make any representations or warranties related to the token sale, and all responsibility fo the token sale is the sole responsibility of the token sale participant.

2. GANA is conducting token sales in accordance with laws of the jurisdiction where it is incorporated, and token sale participants participate in the token sale by having compiled with all procedures and qualifications required to participate in such token sales in accordance with the law of their nationality. For example (the examples below are not exhaustive): (i) a citizen of a nation that legally prohibits participations in token sales; or (ii) a participant that does not comply with the legal requirements of his or her home country. Any consequences that arise from failure to follow the laws applicable to the procedure and qualifications of the participant's jurisdiction will be borne by the token sale participant.

3. GANA may request token sale participants to undergo certain KYC procedures for the purpose of issuing its tokens. Accordingly, GANA reserves the right to refuse to sell its tokens to any potential buyer pursuant to its internal policies.

4. GANA does not guarantee token sale participants any profits, including the investment principal, with respect to its tokens and does not grant any other rights. If the GANA project is successful, token holders can use such tokens for the various opportunities made available by the GANA project.

5. The token sale participant acknowledges that the participant fully understands the contents of the white papers provided by GANA and its participating in this token sale with the intention of fully accepting the risk of the failure of the project. The participant also acknowledges that the participant fully understands that its tokens do not constitute any form of currency or security.

The Tech

GANA aims on collecting data from
the cannabis industry

Technology Summary

GANA provides valuable information to users and collects consumer data. GANA tokens are used as payment and reward for personal data collection. GANA suggests solutions based on the collected data.

01

Tech

Fin graph

As a combination of finger + graph, GANA collects user activity information from various channels including mobile applications. Analyze users based on the rich data collected and visualize them by integrating them with personal profile information. These data are th basis for determining the direction of improvement in GANA services and providing new insights to the market.

02

Tech

Image
Recognition

GANA collects and studies data in a unique format called "Cannabis Image". We aim to conduct real-time product recognition based on artificial intelligence for safety judgement and recommendations. The technology can be used or monitoring cultivation and production process and we are looking or collaboration with the related industry.

03

Tech

Blockchain
& A.I

Over the next few years, almost all applications and services will have a certain level of AI functionality. GANA validates the data integrity through the blockchain to prevent suggesting manipulated or false results deduced by AI.

04

Tech

Business
Intelligence

GANA assists and consults cannabis businesses to make data-driven decisions. The business intelligence service will be provided based on consumer analytics performed based on the collected cannabis industry data. The major objectives are tracking market trends, production optimization, marketing strategies.