Who we are
Play to Earn is an online platform about blockchain technology, gaming, crypto art and digital collectibles. We focus on non-fungible tokens and have to ambition to educate our audience. Despite good intentions, we can’t be held responsible for misunderstanding or mistakes made in our editorial piece. As always, do your own research. In addition, we don’t provide investment advice, we merely reflect on the market as it is.
Data we collect
We collect the data that users leave behind when they post a comment to an article. This includes data provided by the user and the user’s IP address. We use this data to battle spam. However, we don’t allow comments at the moment and visitors have no easy way to create a login.
Registered users or bloggers need to make sure that uploaded images don’t contain EXIF GPS data. Photos taken by a smartphone, or sometimes even advanced cameras, embed location data into a photo. This information can be found by website visitors. Remove this data by copy pasting the photo into for example GIMP and altering the image.
After leaving a comment you can store your data. We allow you to do this for your convenience. These so-called cookies are valid for one year, after which they are automatically terminated. If you would login to the website, a cookie will be used to check whether your browser accepts cookies. However, this particular cookie does not contain personal data and gets removed as soon as you close the browser.
After logging in, cookies are stored with your login information. This login data stays on the server for 2 days. However, personalisation data stays for one year. If you would select “remember me”, login data is stored for two weeks instead. After logging out, data will be removed.
When you edit or publish a message, an extra cookie will be stored in your browser. This cookie doesn’t contain personal data, but only the post ID of your article. This cookie expires after one day.
Embedded content from third parties
We are using Google Analytics to monitor the traffic of our website.
We don’t share personal data with third parties. However, we do use user data to for example make reports for commercial needs. These reports are general in nature and are never about individual users. We aren’t even capable of tracking individual users, and we don’t have the ambition to do so. In the end we want to know for example how many people read our website and how often they do that.
How long do we keep data?
When users leave a message, that message can potentially be stored forever. However, users can delete their own message and when needed – based on request (robert AT nederob DOT nl) we can remove comments for you.
Users that register to our website, will also leave personal information like for example a name and an email address. All users can add, edit or remove personal data from their user profile at all time. However, the username stays.
According to European law you can request an export file with all your personal data. You can also request that we remove your personal data. Unless we have business transactions, like for example buying products, we aren’t required to keep your data anyway.
Where do we send your data?
Comments can be scanned by bots. But we don’t actively send individual user data anywhere.
robert AT nederob DOT nl