heritages.io provides technical services related to tokenized actions. These services include our website, mobile applications, a corporate dashboard for issuers, transaction tracking, user notification services, shareholder registrations, and more. These terms of service govern the relationship between heritages.io and users of its services. Corporate clients may be subject to additional agreements. In case of discrepancies between these terms and a more specific agreement with a client, the more specific agreement prevails.
This is a preliminary version of our terms of service that will be updated soon. Future versions may deviate significantly from the current version, and users who disagree with future versions of our terms of service may be required to cease using our services. You agree that heritages.io is not responsible for any damages related to the use of our software and services. Specifically, heritages.io is not liable for any loss of funds that occurred in connection with our services, such as when a user accidentally sends cryptographic assets to the wrong address using our application. All information, software, and services are provided "as is" without any warranty of accuracy or reliability.
Users who accept our terms of service are granted a revocable and non-exclusive license to use our software and services.
We may send you two types of emails:
Our own emails and emails sent on behalf of an issuer. Our own emails include our newsletter, price updates, and other items you can subscribe to and manage on the notification settings page. Each user's personal notification settings page is accessible on our website and is also accessible from each notification email. If you do not want others to view and modify your notification settings, you should avoid forwarding our notification emails to others. You should note that even if you disable all our notifications, issuers may still use our services to send you messages on their behalf. This last category of messages is governed by your agreements with the respective issuer. In some cases, such as an invitation to the annual general meeting, the issuer may be required by law to contact you even if you have chosen not to receive email communications in general.