The Company cannot warrant that there will be no threats or security risks or hacks to the App, the Software, the Interface, the servers within the Company which operate the Website or the Execution Interface. The Company cannot warrant that there will not be interruptions to the Services due to failures of Exchanges which are interfaced to the Execution Interface, due to the failure of the operations of the of the Digital asset Exchange. Code cracking or technical advances such as the development of quantum computers, could present a risk for all distributed ledger technology. This could result in the theft, loss, disappearance, destruction or devaluation of Digital Assets. The source code underlying the App, the Execution Interface, the Exchanges to which the Execution Interface is interfaced and the source code underlying the Digital asset could be updated, amended, altered or modified from time to time. There can be no guarantee that such update, amendment, alteration or modification will not adversely affect the functionality of the Digital asset. The Company and/or Related Entities do not own or control the underlying software protocols which govern the operation of Digital assets available for exchange on the Website. In general, the underlying protocols are open source and anyone can use, copy, modify, and distribute them. The Company and/or Related Entities is/are not responsible for operation of the underlying protocols and makes no guarantee of their functionality, security, or availability. Since blockchain is an independent public peer-to peer network and is not controlled in any way or manner the Company and/or Related Entities shall not be responsible for any failure and/or mistake and/or error and/or breach which shall occur in blockchain or in any other networks in which the Digital assets are being issued and/or traded. The Company may, in the event of a fork, freeze the exchanging of the Digital assets which are affected by this change in technology until the User has decided as to which version of the protocol it will support. The Company may choose to not allow Transactions for a Digital asset which underwent a hard fork. In the event of such a freeze, the User will not be able to perform any Transaction related to this Virtual asset. Such a freeze may occur after the hard fork has started to take effect. This could lead to significant uncertainties as to the Market Price of Digital assets which has been transferred immediately before the freeze has been implemented. Hackers or other groups or organizations may also attempt to interfere with Wallets managed by the Digital asset Custodian through Sybil attacks, phishing, spoofing, smurfing, malware attacks, consensus-based attacks and attacks related to any change of control within the distributed ledger technology network. It is important to understand these risks due to the fact that the Company does not hold the Assets itself.