Cookie Policy

Updated: April 22, 2023

In using our Services you agree that we may collect and/or receive information from software applications such as Tracking technologies or Cookies. We will always do our best to ensure that the below information is current and accurate as to our policies and procedures, at minimum this policy is reviewed and updated annually, you can find past policies here.

If you have questions, comments, or concerns about this Cookie Policy, please contact us at [email protected] with “Cookie Policy” in the subject line.

What are Cookies and Tracking Technologies?

Whenever you visit is a site, be it Blockdaemon, Google, or another, the site stores a small amount of information on your web browser that enables the site’s owner as well as other third parties to learn unique information about your device, activity, and use of not only the site you’re currently on (with what are known as “session cookies”) but sites you subsequently visit (with what are called “persistent cookies”). Cookies help us enhance your experience using the platform or website and third party retargeting service providers use cookies to serve ads based on a past visit to the platform or website. Below is a list of tracking technologies that Blockdaemon uses and their functions.

Type of Tracking Technology
Essential Cookies
Are necessary to the functioning of our Services, to provide a service requested by you or to comply with the law (e.g. the security requirements of data protection law). We do not need to obtain your consent in order to use these cookies and these types of cookies cannot be turned off as we cannot provide the Services without them.
Functionality Cookies
Allows us to remember choices you make to provide enhanced and personalized features, such as not requiring you to log in every visit.
Performance Cookies
Enable us to collect information about your online activity including behavioral data and content engagement allowing us to provide you with a better user experience and to maintain, operate and continually improve the Services.
Advertising /
Targeting Cookies
They are usually placed by our advertisers and provide insights about the people who see and interact with ads, visit a website or use an app as well as measuring the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. They allow us to deliver a more personalized ad experience by showing products and services relevant to you based on this information.
Social Media Cookies
Our website includes social media features that are often hosted by a third party or directly on our Services. They enable us or the social network to obtain information about how you interact with our Services or the social network. The cookies policy of the social media platform should explain how you can manage their cookie settings, additionally you can cookies through using your browser settings.
Sites on which Blockdaemon has an official social media presence:
Twitter Cookie Policy:
Linkdin Cookie Policy:
Discord Cookie Policy:
Are small portions of code that we use as part of our Services. We use them to learn whether you have clicked on certain web content. Pixels help us measure and improve our services and personalize your experience.
Web Beacons
Are Invisible picture files that we use to see how you interact with our Services. They help us understand how often you view certain content so that we can make our website more efficient and easier to use. Our Services may also carry web beacons placed by third party advertisers.
Mobile device IDs
Are a unique identifier which can be used to identify a mobile device. We use these to run analytics and ensure our services are useful to you. Our advertising partners use these to show you relevant ads and make sure they don’t show the same ad to you twice.
Local storage /
HTML5 local storage
We use local storage to store data on your device such as the last time you visited a webpage, to remember which items you considered purchasing and placed in a cart or to welcome you to our site. We also store information locally on your device using HTML5. This allows information to be stored in your browser after the browser has been closed and reopened. We use HTML5 to store information such as the previous page you viewed, the name of the current page you are viewing, and some of your preferences. You can choose whether the data in HTML5 local storage should be kept beyond your current browser session or deleted. Depending on your browser, you can remove local storage, including HTML5, when clearing your cache and cookies.

How to Manage and Remove Cookies

The best way to clear cookies is to frequently restart your browser and/or clear your cache. This is done through your browser and device settings, the location and thoroughness of which will vary depending on the browser or device. If you disable one or more cookie settings, we will still us e information collected prior to your disabling, but will not collect further information.

Most browsers allow you to change your settings so that you can:
  • See and delete all non-essential cookies for the sites you visit.
  • Block third party cookies and other tracking technologies from particular sites.
  • Delete all cookie and tracking technologies when you close-out your browser completely.

Please note that regardless of your settings you will always see advertisements, removing cookies simply makes them less relevant to you and your interests. To learn more about cookies and online advertising please visit,, and

We may change this policy from time to time, and make any minor and material changes that we deem necessary. Such changes will be reflected in an updated policy and will be communicated through email or other notice when required. Read past policies here.

Contact Information

Please use the following to contact us. 

General Inquiries
Blockdaemon Inc.
Attn: Customer Service
11400 West Olympic Blvd
Suite 200, PMB 215
Los Angeles CA 90065
[email protected]

Additional Disclosures

For Corporate/Business/Institutional Account users, in the event that Blockkdaemon or one of its affiliates is providing Services to you through your employer we may collect, use, and retain your information (as “Employee Data”) only for the purpose of providing our Services to your employer and for no other commercial purpose. Employee Data is handled in the manner as specified under the agreement that exists between your employer and Blockdaemon or its affiliate. In providing such services to your employer, Blockdaemon is a “Service Provider '' under the CCPA/CPRA, and data privacy inquiries should be directed to your employer first, and Blockdaemon second through your employer.

If you have any questions or would like to exercise your California privacy rights please contact your employer first as a limitation of data collection by Blockdaemon may affect your ability to access and use our Services, and accordingly impact your workflows.

For Job Applicants, we use Greenhouse to handle job postings and applications through our website. All submissions through our website are subject to this privacy policy, and may additionally be subject to Greenhouse’s Privacy Policy which can be found here ( In submitting your job application to Blockdaemon you are giving your consent for us to use and retain your personal information only as long as necessary for purposes of recruitment, applicable onboarding processes, or as is required by governing law, and that we may use your personal information to contact you about other job opportunities that may be of interest.

If you have questions, comments, or concerns about these specific Privacy Rights, please contact us at [email protected] with which rights you would like to address in the subject line (ex. “Job Applicant Privacy Rights” or “Employee Privacy Rights”).