Global Cybersecurity Summits Ltd. operates under license No. FVT000451 issued by Financial services, Providing a virtual currency service, Estonia, for Matrixchain OÜ. Matrixchain OÜ is the exclusive sales agent and is responsible for the control of all sales partners.
The services of GCS are offered to the user subject to availability. GCS makes every effort to ensure that the services are available to the user without interruption. Due to maintenance work and/or further developments and/or other disturbances the possibilities of use can be limited and/or temporarily interrupted. Under certain circumstances, this may also result in data loss. The affected users shall not be entitled to any compensation. GCS is also entitled to modify or discontinue the services offered at any time at its own discretion and without prior notice.
3. contractual relationship
Purchases of Lio Coins made via the website Lio-Coin.eu, with payment via SEPA transfer, must be transferred by the User to the account of GCS indicated in the Wallet or on the website within 7 business days. If the user does not fulfill this purchase/contract, i.e. does not transfer the open amount, GCS reserves the right to assert claims for damages. If several purchases are triggered or commissioned, the incoming sum will always be credited to the oldest purchase and, if applicable, the sum of the transferred Coins will be adjusted by GCS. Therefore, the user has no claim to the fact that the paid sum is credited to a later purchase.
The user assures to have read the offer of LIO Coin / GCS and to be aware of the possible risks. The user / buyer is aware that in case of doubt a total loss of the invested capital can occur, since a purchase of Lio Coin is to be considered highly speculative
4.1. General – Registration: For certain services on the GCS website the user has to register. The user warrants that the personal data provided by him/her during the registration process, such as name, surname, postal address, date of birth and e-mail address, are true and correct and that he/she will notify GCS without undue delay of any change in such data.
4.1.1. Registration: In order to subscribe to the selected paid service of GCS, the user has to fill in the form provided on the respective website of GCS. The user is not permitted to enter third-party e-mail addresses. By ordering the paid service, the user also allows GCS to inform the user at irregular intervals about current industry news as well as services, products and offers from the industry. In all other respects, only such data is collected as is voluntarily made available to GCS by its users.
4.1.2. Data transmission / changes: The transmission of the contents takes place electronically. The member must ensure that GCS has an up-to-date e-mail address at all times. GCS must be informed immediately of any changes in this regard.
Users who believe they have been the victim of abuse in connection with GCS services may contact the following address:
Global Cybersecurity Summits Ltd.
Osmaston Raod, Derby DE24
7. Payment transactions
8. Duties of the user
Compliance with applicable legal provisions: The user undertakes not to violate applicable legal provisions. In particular, the user undertakes not to infringe the rights of third parties (e.g. copyrights, patents and trademarks); to comply with applicable criminal laws and regulations for the protection of minors; or to refrain from posting content that is racist, pornographic, obscene, offensive or inappropriate for minors.
Data security: The user further undertakes to comply with the recognized principles of data security for the protection of data and to check e-mails sent to GCS for viruses with the greatest possible care.
Obligation for dialogs: When using dialogue-oriented content on the website or in the newsletter, the user undertakes to limit himself to the professional exchange of opinions and to refrain from advertising statements and to show consideration for the interests of other participants. GCS is entitled to delete contributions which, due to their choice of language or content, do not comply with the rules of fair discussion and morality or which do not show sufficient consideration for the interests of other participants. GCS hereby expressly prohibits in particular the posting of racist, pornographic, obscene, inhuman and immoral contributions.
Access data and password: The user undertakes to keep confidential all access data assigned to him/her, in particular any password assigned for access to the content made available online, not to disclose such data to third parties, not to allow or permit third parties to gain knowledge thereof and to take all measures necessary to ensure confidentiality. Each user is responsible for all activities that occur under his password. In case of misuse or loss or any suspicion thereof, the user shall notify GCS without undue delay at Support@lio-coin.com. Any evidence of misuse of the services and contents of the GCS or of the payment system shall also be communicated to GCS without undue delay. GCS may deny access to the password-protected area if the user is at fault for misuse of the access data, e.g. by passing it on to third parties.
Own and third-party content is provided via the website and the newsletter. Insofar as this content originates from third parties, it is marked accordingly.
9.1.1 Liability for own content: For any loss or damage which the user may incur by reason of the user’s reliance on any of GCS’s own information obtained through the use of the website or the newsletter, GCS shall be liable to the user only if the damage has been caused intentionally or through gross negligence on the part of GCS’s legal representatives or agents, or if GCS has breached an obligation due to slight negligence, the performance of which the user particularly relies on (cardinal obligation). GCS shall only be liable for foreseeable damages. Liability for indirect damages, in particular consequential damages, unforeseeable damages or untypical damages as well as loss of profit is excluded. The same applies to accidental damage and force majeure. Any liability of GCS for personal injury shall remain unaffected by this exclusion and limitation of liability.
9.1.2 Liability for third-party content: In the case of content from third parties as well as from private individuals (especially in discussion forums and chats), the website and the newsletter merely provide the medium technically. Such content made available to the user by third parties is information of the respective author or distributor and not of GCS. GCS is therefore not responsible for the accuracy, correctness or reliability of such content under any circumstances. In particular, GCS shall not be liable for any loss or damage incurred by the user as a result of relying on such information.
9.2 Liability for Links: GCS assumes no responsibility for the content of linked websites. If any damage occurs by the use of information presented there, only the author of the respective pages might be liable, not the one who has linked to these pages. This declaration applies to all links on this website as well as to those in guest books, discussion forums and similar services set up by GCS, the content of which can be accessed and written to externally. Under no circumstances is GCS responsible for the content of websites that refer to GCS. GCS is also not in a position to determine or verify references to its websites. Furthermore GCS has no influence on the way the contents offered here are used, passed on or changed by the user and therefore GCS cannot be made liable for any damage caused, loss of profit or other direct or indirect consequences resulting from the use of the contents offered here.
9.3 GCS excludes any liability due to technical or other malfunctions.
10.1 GCS provides its services without any representation or warranty of any kind, whether express or implied. Also excluded are all implied warranties regarding merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement of laws and patents. Even if GCS assumes that the information provided by GCS is correct, it may nevertheless contain errors or inaccuracies.
10.2 If any objection is raised by the user against the paid content due to incomplete or faulty performance of GCS, the user shall notify GCS of such objection without undue delay after having become aware of it.
10.3 If GCS is liable for justified and timely complaints, GCS shall, at the user’s option, either repair or replace the goods in case of incomplete performance, or repair or replace the goods in case of defective performance. The user may demand a reduction of the charges if attempts to remedy the defect or to supply a replacement are refused, are impossible or fail in any other way.
11.1 All contents published on the websites and in the newsletter of GCS, such as texts, images, graphics, sound, video and animation files as well as databases are protected by copyright. Furthermore, GCS is entitled to a title, trademark or other industrial property right for many contents.
11.2 The use of the contents is only permitted for private personal use. Any use beyond this requires the prior consent of GCS; this applies in particular to the commercial and private reproduction, modification, distribution or storage of information or data, in particular of texts, parts of texts and images. This applies in particular to the implementation of the contents on third-party websites and the inclusion in electronic databases.
11.3 In all other respects, the statutory limits of copyright and/or other applicable legal provisions shall apply.
12. limitation of liability
Claims for damages arising from impossibility of performance, positive breach of contract, culpa in contrahendo and tort are excluded, both against GCS and in relation to its vicarious agents, except in case of willful misconduct or gross negligence. No claims for damages may be asserted due to the operational failure of the GCS Internet server. Due to various factors beyond the control of GCS, no guarantee for 100% availability of the server can be given.
13.3 The place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from the usage relationship shall be the Provider’s place of business.