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Term of Services

​PTMO Company Limited

          Barring an explicit, written agreement to the contrary, the most current version of the present terms and conditions (hereinafter “Terms and Conditions”) shall apply to the provision of services by PTMO (Thailand) Company Limited. In case the relevant Services Agreement conflicts with the Terms and Conditions, the former shall prevail. The Terms and Conditions apply notwithstanding any (latter) terms and conditions of the Principal. PTMO reserves the right to amend its Terms and Conditions. The amended Terms and Conditions shall apply 30 days after the notification of the amendment to the Principal.

          The following definitions apply to all terms and phrases used with a capital letter in the Agreement unless the context unequivocally demands otherwise. “Agreement” means the relevant Services Agreement, including its Schedules and later amendments, the then current version of these Terms and Conditions and the PTMO Privacy Notice. “Confidential Information” means any information that is not otherwise in the public domain that is acquired or received by either Party in its performance of or in connection with this Agreement, regardless of whether specifically identified as “confidential” or not and regardless of whether such disclosure was made prior to or after the Effective Date of this Agreement, directly or indirectly, orally, in writing (by any means: written, graphic, electronic, etc.) and will include, without imitation, the intellectual property, the know-how, trade secrets, methods, processes, procedures, plans, client lists, business plans, assets, revenues, strategies and results of either Party.
          “FATCA” means the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. FATCA is a US legislation and is intended to increase transparency for the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) with respect to US persons that may be investing and earning income through a non-US institution. “Force Majeure” means any failure or delay in the performance of any obligation under this Agreement by either Party where the failure or delay arises out of any cause beyond the reasonable control and without the fault or negligence of such Party. These causes will include, without limitation, storms, floods, other acts of nature, fires, explosions, riots, pandemic outbreak, war or civil disturbance, strikes or other labor unrests, embargoes, and other governmental actions or regulations that would prohibit either Party from performing any of its obligations hereunder, delays in transportation, inaccessibility of the Exchanges and inability to obtain necessary labor and supplies or facilities.
​ “Intellectual Property Rights” or “IPR” means any and all now known or hereafter existing
          (a) rights associated with works of authorship and all modifications and derivative works thereto, including copyrights, mask work rights, and moral rights,
          (b) trademark or service mark rights,
          (c) trade secret rights, know-how,
          (d) patents, patent rights, and industrial property rights,
          (e) layout design rights, design rights,
          (f) trade and business names, domain names, database rights, rental rights and any other industrial or intellectual proprietary rights or similar right (whether registered or unregistered), and
          (g) all registrations, applications for registration, renewals, extensions, divisions, improvements, reissues relating to any of these rights and the right to apply for, maintain and enforce any of the preceding items, in each case in any jurisdiction throughout the world.

          3.1. Neither Party will use the other Party’s Confidential Information except as reasonably required for the performance of this Agreement. Each Party will hold in confidence the other Party’s Confidential Information by means that are no less restrictive than those used for its own confidential materials. Each Party agrees not to disclose the other Party’s Confidential Information to anyone other than its Sub-Agents, Affiliates or Related Persons who are bound by confidentiality obligations and who need to know the same to perform such Party’s obligations hereunder. The confidentiality obligations set forth in this article will survive the termination or expiration of this Agreement.
          3.2. Upon termination or expiration of this Agreement, except as otherwise agreed in writing or otherwise stated in this Agreement, each Party will, upon the request of the disclosing Party, either:
                    (i) return all of such Confidential Information of the disclosing Party and all copies thereof in the receiving Party’s possession or control to the disclosing Party, or

                    (ii) destroy all Confidential Information and all copies thereof in the receiving Party’s possession or control. The receiving Party will then, at the request of the disclosing Party, certify in writing that no copies have been retained by the receiving Party, its employees or agents.
          3.3. In case a Party is involved in legal action that demands or requires disclosure of the other Party’s Confidential Information, such Party will give prompt notice to the other Party, if legally permissible, to enable the relevant Party to challenge such demand.

          4.1. The Principal agrees to provide any information and documents reasonably required by PTMO to comply with any applicable anti-money laundering or counter-terrorism financing laws including any applicable laws imposing “know your customer” or other identification checks or procedures that PTMO is required to comply with in respect of this Agreement (AML/CTF Laws).
          4.2. The Principal confirms that it has been made aware of the risks involved in trading assets, including cryptocurrencies and has read and understood Schedule H ‘Risks’ to the Agreement. The Principal confirms that it has been provided with all other relevant information relating to its appreciation and assumption of the risks involved. The Principal confirms that it has accepted all such risks and provided all of the information required and that all such information provided is complete, accurate, true, and not misleading.
          4.3. The Principal confirms that it has had the opportunity of asking additional information of PTMO to this effect as needed.
          4.4. The Principal confirms that it has had the opportunity of seeking advice from its legal counsel, independent accountants, and auditors, and other experts selected by it to assess and accept the risks involved in the trading of Assets as well as the tax and other financial and legal consequences for the Principal with respect thereto.

          5.1. The processing of any personal data by PTMO when performing its obligations under this Agreement, will be subject to the provisions of PTMO Privacy Notice. This Privacy Notice describes how PTMO, as a data controller, collects, stores and discloses personal data collected from the Principal.
          5.2. Article 5.1. only applies in the absence of the entry into by the Principal and PTMO of a data processing agreement (the “Data Processing Agreement”). In case the Principal and PTMO have entered into a Data Processing Agreement, the provisions of this Data Processing Agreement will prevail in case of a conflict with this article 5 or the PTMO Privacy Notice.

          6.1. Each Party hereby represents and warrants to the other Party that:
                    a) It is duly organized, validly existing, and in good standing under the laws of its jurisdiction of formation;
                    b) It has all requisite power and authority to execute, deliver and perform this Agreement, and the execution of this Agreement has been duly authorized and all necessary action has been taken by it in connection therewith;
                    c) This Agreement is a legal, valid and binding obligation of it, enforceable against it in accordance with its terms and conditions, except as enforcement may be limited by bankruptcy, insolvency or other similar laws affecting the enforcement of creditors' rights generally and except that the availability of equitable remedies, including specific performance, is subject to the discretion of the court before which any proceeding, therefore, may be brought;
                    d) Neither the execution and delivery of this Agreement by it, the consummation of the transactions contemplated hereby, nor the fulfillment of the terms and compliance with the provisions hereof, will, directly or indirectly (with or without notice or lapse of time):
                              (i) Contravene, conflict with, or result in a violation of any provision of its charter or organizational documents, or any resolution adopted by its board of directors, stockholders, or similar governing body;
                             (ii) Contravene, conflict with, or result in a violation or breach of any provision of, or give any person the right to declare a default or exercise any remedy under, or to accelerate the maturity or performance of, or to cancel, terminate, or modify, any agreement to which it is a party; or
                            (iii) Require the consent, approval, or authorization of, or registration or filing with, any governmental agency or any other person.
          6.2 The Principal further represents and warrants to PTMO that:
                    a) it is an experienced Principal with sufficient knowledge of the financial markets and other relevant markets;
                    b) when Principal provides Content to PTMO for the execution of the Agreement, the Principal acknowledges that he is fully and solely responsible for such Principal’s Content and guarantees that the supplied Principal’s Content does not violate any laws or regulations or third party rights, including any Intellectual Property Rights. In the event of a third party claim on account of any violation by the Principal of the foregoing, the Principal will indemnify and hold harmless PTMO from any actions brought by such third parties and losses resulting from any breach of this article 5.2.

          7.1. Neither PTMO nor any of its directors, officers, agents or employees will be liable for any action taken or omitted to be taken by it or them under or in connection with this Agreement, in the absence of its or their own gross negligence or willful misconduct.
          7.2. PTMO is not required to take any action which exposes it to liability, which is contrary to this Agreement or to applicable law or which could result in PTMO incurring any costs and/or expenses for any of which, in its reasonable opinion, it is not indemnified.
          7.3. In no event will PTMO be liable for any indirect, consequential or exemplary damages, including, without limitation, loss of profits incurred by the principal, its agents, representatives or any other third party, whether in an action in contract or tort or equity or based on a warranty, in connection with or under this Agreement or otherwise in connection with the performance of this Agreement and the services provided herein, even if PTMO has been advised of the possibility of such damages.

          8.1. Each of the Parties hereto is independent and will be solely responsible for the payment of any taxes, levies, charges and/or any other similar amounts payable on the revenues and/or benefits they receive as a result of this Agreement. Neither Party has made a representation or warranty to the other with respect to such revenues and/or benefits nor their tax treatment by any relevant authority.
          8.2. Principal may, from time to time, be required to provide further information and/or documentation in order to comply with FATCA rules. Principal agrees:
                    (i) to provide such information and/or documentation related to FATCA requirements;
                   (ii) to notify PTMO within thirty (30) calendar days of any change that affects its tax status;
                  (iii) that in case it does not provide any such requested, information and/or documentation certification in a timely manner, as applicable, or if such certification, information and/or documentation is incorrect or incomplete, payments to Principal may be subject to FATCA Withholding and PTMO may deduct or retain from amounts due to Principal, sufficient amounts to indemnify PTMO from and against any and all withholding taxes, interest, penalties and other losses or liabilities suffered by any such person on account of Principal’s failure to duly provide any requested certification, information and/or documentation or resulting from such person's reliance on any such certification, information and/or documentation provided by Principal;
                    (iv) that PTMO may be legally obligated to pass on the information to tax authorities.

          9.1. Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, then such provision(s) will be construed, as nearly as possible, to reflect the intentions of the invalid or unenforceable provision(s), with all other provisions remaining in full force and effect.
          9.2. No Agency. No joint venture, partnership, employment, or agency relationship exists between the Principal and PTMO as a result of this Agreement or use of the Service.
          9.3. No Waiver. The failure of a Party to enforce any right or provision in this Agreement will not constitute a waiver of such right or provision unless acknowledged and agreed to by that Party in writing.
          9.4. Assignment. This Agreement may not be assigned by the Principal without the prior written approval of PTMO but maybe assign by PTMO to
                    (i) a parent or subsidiary,
                    (ii) an acquirer of all or substantially all of PTMO assets involved in the operations relevant to this Agreement,
                    (iii) a successor by merger or other combination. Any purported assignment in violation of this article will be void. This Agreement may be enforced by and is binding on permitted successors and assigns.
          9.5. Survival of termination. The provisions contained in articles 3, 4,8, 9 will survive termination of this Agreement and remain in effect for an undetermined period of time.
          9.6. Entire Agreement. This Agreement comprises the entire agreement between PTMO and Principal and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous negotiations, discussions, or agreements, whether written or oral, between the parties regarding the subject matter contained herein. No amendment to or modification of this Agreement will be binding unless in writing and signed by an authorized representative of each Party.

10. Risks
          10.1 Risks associated with trading and holding assets Prices can and do fluctuate on any given day. Due to such price fluctuations, assets may increase in value or lose value at any given moment, or may even become worthless. That is an inherent risk of buying, selling, trading, or holding anything on a Market. Cryptocurrency trading is especially susceptible to bubbles or loss of confidence, which could collapse demand relative to supply. For example, confidence might collapse because of unexpected changes imposed by the software developers, a government crackdown, the creation of competing currencies, or a deflationary or inflationary spiral. Confidence might also collapse because of technical problems such as in the event the anonymity of the system is compromised, if money is lost or stolen or if hackers or governments are able to prevent any transactions from settling.
          10.2 Trading Strategies Risk All the strategies of PTMO focus on market neutrality and the maximum mitigation of market risks. Due to market anomalies, unfair competition, operational anomalies (example: API downtimes or exchanges closing operations without prior notice), or simply statistical anomalies, the Strategies cannot be generated with a 100% certainty of a positive result or the conservation of your value.
          10.3 Operational Risk The security of assets deposited with PTMO is crucial to PTMO. Therefore PTMO takes a range of measures to ensure security. For instance, the distribution of the deposited assets on many cryptocurrency exchanges. PTMO does this to diversify the risk of cryptocurrencies getting lost due to hacks or attacks on a particular exchange. PTMO draws the Principal’s attention to the fact that cryptocurrency exchanges may change their trading rules and/or API terms of use. Such a change may have a significant impact on PTMO’s ability to execute the Strategy on a particular exchange.
          10.4 Regulatory risks Cryptographic currencies and tokens do not have a clear regulatory framework. The position of financial regulatory authorities, as well as governments around the world, are unclear. Therefore there is a risk associated with potential bans from governments, changes in taxation law, special rulings from the financial regulatory authority, and in general any regulation that could affect the use of cryptocurrencies.

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