Terms and Conditions



Provider: An entity operating on the web that delivers services through access regulated by  predefined rules to an information distribution channel.  

Provider Company: The legal entity holding all rights connected to the execution of the services  provided to the individual or legal entity that uses them. Hereinafter referred to as the "Company."  

Account: A unique code created by an issuing platform that grants the right to access its services.  

User: An individual or legal entity holding available rights that uses the services of a provider, often  through an activated account.  

Wallet: An identifying compartment of a portfolio (understood as a container) where digital  representations of rights and values are held, belonging to the holder of the access key or the digital  identity (Account).  

Token: A digital representation based on Blockchain technology that confers various types of rights  to the account.  

NFT Token: A non-fungible digital representation whose ownership is uniquely attributable to the  holder of the Wallet where it is originally allocated at the time of creation (minting) or subsequently  transferred to the Wallet of the purchaser who obtained the right from the platform where the  issuance and subsequent exchange took place.  

Utility Token: A fungible and transferable digital representation of rights, accessible through  designated platforms. Access to the associated rights is facilitated by the use of smart contracts.  

Security Token: A digital representation of values and rights linked to tangible assets in the real world,  fungible and transferable through designated platforms. Access to the associated rights is facilitated  by the use of smart contracts.  

Blockchain: A computing technology that allows mathematically certified exchange of information  between computing devices, carrying out interrelated tasks in a preordained and immutable  sequence. Once activated, the operational process is uncontaminable, traceable, and binding for the  parties involved.  

Essentially, every operation executed through this technology is unique, unrepeatable, and non duplicable, making each action-operation certifiable in its essence and verifiable in its self referentiality at any subsequent moment.  

Hash: The identification string of transactions on the Blockchain.  

Timestamp: A logarithmic temporal identifier that uniquely and unalterably certifies the moment a  data management-transaction occurs.  

Mining: The process of constructing, verifying, and certifying the blocks of a Blockchain.  

AirDrop: A distribution of tokens sent to an e-wallet address for free as a promotion or as added value  for participating in a DEFI or crypto project.  

Minting: The process of creating NFTs, i.e., the procedure of inserting the NFT onto the issuing  Blockchain.  

On-chain and Off-chain Governance: Blockchain technology enables new modes of governance,  known as on-chain governance. On-chain governance means that protocol change proposals are  decided by stakeholder voting, typically holding a governance token, with voting conducted on the  blockchain. In some forms of on-chain governance, proposed protocol changes are already coded  and are automatically implemented if approved by the stakeholders. Off-chain governance, on the  other hand, refers to the opposite approach, where protocol change decisions go through an informal  discussion process and, if approved, are implemented in the code.  

Smart Contract: A smart contract is a self-executing software operating on Blockchain technology that provides  for the creation, modification, and termination of rights pertaining to the legal sphere of the holder. Smart  contracts thus represent software that performs the obligation without any human intervention expressing  intent. With the conversion law of February 11, 2019, No. 12 (in G.U. 12/02/2019, No. 36), amending Decree 

Law December 14, 2018, No. 135, legal value was attributed to "smart contracts" active on DLT (distributed  ledger technology) platforms, as Blockchain technology, on which they are applications, ensures their total  self-referentiality, making the managed data notarized and uncontainable.  

DLT: Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) are systems based on a distributed ledger, where all nodes in a  network have the same copy of a database that can be read and modified independently by the individual  nodes.  

Consensus Rule and Cryptography: In so-called Distributed Databases, all nodes that have a copy of the  database can consult it, but must go through a central authority (or multiple validators) to modify the data. In  Distributed Ledger systems, changes to the ledger are regulated by consensus algorithms. These algorithms  allow consensus to be reached among the various versions of the ledger, even though they are updated  independently by the network participants. In addition to consensus algorithms, to maintain the security and  immutability of the ledger, Distributed Ledger and Blockchain also make extensive use of cryptography.  

Application: A set of telematic protocols through which users can obtain services.  

Cookies: Cookies are typically text strings that websites (so-called Publishers, or "first parties") visited by the  user, or different sites or web servers (so-called "third parties"), place and store—directly, in the case of  publishers, and indirectly, i.e., through them, in the case of "third parties"—within a terminal device available  to the user. Terminals referred to include, for example, a computer, tablet, smartphone, or any other device  capable of storing information. Already today, and even more so in the future, these should also include so 

called IoT (Internet of Things) devices, which are designed to connect to the network and to each other to  provide various services, not necessarily limited to mere communication.  

Applicable Legislation  

- Regulation (EU) 2016/679 Article 30 states: "Natural persons may be associated with online identifiers  produced by the devices, applications, tools, and protocols they use, such as IP addresses, cookie  identifiers, or other identifiers such as radio frequency identification tags. These identifiers may leave  traces that, in particular when combined with unique identifiers and other information received from  the servers, may be used to create profiles of the natural persons and identify them."  

- Guidelines on cookies and other tracking tools published in the Official Gazette No. 163 of July 9, 2021  - Register of measures No. 231 of June 10, 2021. 


For the use of cookies and other technical identifiers, due to the function performed and within the  limits and conditions mentioned, the data controller will only be required to provide specific  information, possibly included within the general information. Their use falls under an exemption  from the obligation to obtain the consent of the data subject. Cookies and other tracking tools for  purposes other than technical ones can only be used with the prior informed consent of the  contractor or user, based on the applicable regulation.  

Terms and Conditions of Service  


Please read these terms of service carefully. CSA ("we" or "us") may offer and manage certain  content, features, applications, and services (collectively, the "Services"), including, without  limitation, access to and use of this website (www.footballplayersexchange.com) and all applications  contained therein. Read these Terms of Service carefully before using or accessing the Services. By  accessing or using any of the Services we provide, you expressly agree to be bound by these Terms  of Service. We may modify these Terms of Service at any time, and such modification will take effect  immediately upon posting the modified Terms of Service on this website. Continued use of the  Services after the posting of the modified Terms of Service constitutes acceptance of the modified  terms.  

ARTICLE 1. Purpose of the Service 

By paying the required fee, the company provides a set of services described in the relevant part of  the website under the heading "One market, multiple services." Among these, there are some that  allow users to perform predictive activities related to the evaluation of professional athletes within a  data indexing system exclusively owned by the proposing company. The possibility offered to the  user to obtain a capital gain through the transfer of their usage rights to the services to third parties  should not be understood in any way (not even implicitly) as a form of proposal involving a financial  product. By subscribing to the use of the services, the user clearly and explicitly acknowledges that  the amounts paid to us do not constitute an investment for them.  

ARTICLE 2. Manifestation of Consent 

2.1 The use of our system itself constitutes a conclusive behavior regarding all terms and conditions.  Your acceptance has been confirmed by selecting the appropriate area on our website. 2.2. That  being said, once you have purchased our Utility Token, you are not allowed to dispute the adequacy  of the services we offer concerning the fee paid, nor to request a refund of the amounts paid unless  you can prove that you have not yet activated your account to use the offered services.  

ARTICLE 3. Conditions of Access to the CSA System 

By using the Services, you represent and warrant that you:  

- Accept the introduction, glossary, and every part or term thereof as true and understandable in every  aspect.  

- Accept every clause of the following terms and conditions.  

- Are of legal age to use the service;  

- Are (a) using the Services solely for personal use, or (b) using the Services for another entity with that  entity's authorization, and you have the authority to accept these Terms of Service on behalf of that  entity;  

- Will comply with these Terms of Service and all applicable local, state, national, and international laws,  rules, and regulations in using the Services. If you do not meet all these requirements, you must not  access or use the Services.  

ARTICLE 4. Privacy Policy 

Your privacy is of utmost importance to us. By using the Services, you consent to the collection and  use of your information as disclosed in our Privacy Policy, which is attached below.  

ARTICLE 5. Access to Services  

5.1 - We reserve the right to withdraw or modify the Services at our sole discretion without notice.  You acknowledge and agree that the Services may be inaccessible or unusable for any reason,  including, but not limited to, malfunctions of the equipment or technology used to deliver the service,  or periodic maintenance or repairs that CSA may perform from time to time. This clause also includes  all causes beyond CSA's control or those that are not reasonably foreseeable by CSA. If for any reason  the Services are inaccessible or unusable, you, as a user, agree to hold CSA harmless from any  consequences, whether financial or non-financial, that this inaccessibility or inoperability may have  on you or your use of the Services. You agree to use the Services only for lawful purposes and in  accordance with these Terms of Service. You agree to be solely responsible for any act and omission  that may occur in relation to your use of the Services and agree not to engage in prohibited use of  the Services as specified below.  

5.2 - Under no circumstances will you:  

- Use the Services to defraud third parties or otherwise violate the legal rights (including rights of privacy  and publicity) of others;  

- Cause any harm of any nature (financial or non-financial) to third parties;  

- Engage in active or passive behavior in the use of the Services in a manner that violates any applicable  community, state, local, or international law or regulation (including, without limitation, laws  regarding the export of data or software);  

- Provide false, inaccurate, or misleading information;  

- Knowingly send, upload, download, receive, use, or reuse any material that does not comply with  these Terms of Service;  

- Extract or collect information from the Services about individuals not involved in a direct contractual  relationship with CSA, including, without limitation, email addresses, without our prior consent;  - Attempt to disrupt, interfere with, damage, or gain unauthorized access to any part of the Services or  any other computer network, server, computer, or database connected to the Services;  - Impersonate or attempt to impersonate CSA, a CSA employee, contractor, or administrator, or any  other person or entity;  

- Disseminate, store, or transmit computer viruses or other harmful codes or programs;  - Use the Services to undertake or support any phishing or similar attacks;  

- Use the Services to conduct or support fraudulent, illegal, or criminal activities;  - Engage in any conduct that restricts or inhibits anyone's use or enjoyment of the Services;  - Engage in any other activity that CSA deems to be in conflict with the spirit or intent of these Terms  

of Service or that, as determined by us, could harm CSA or the users of the Services or expose them  to liability. 

ARTICLE 6. Changes to Services  

We may modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, the Services or any part thereof without  notice. You agree that we shall not be liable for any modification, suspension, or discontinuation of  the Services or any part thereof. Information and other material provided through the Services may  also be updated from time to time, but such content is not necessarily complete or up-to-date, and  we have no obligation to update such content or any other part of the Services, which you  acknowledge by using the Services.  

ARTICLE 7. Use of the CSA Network  

7.1 Some services may help you access the CSA platform-system, which provides multiple pieces of  information supported by Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) powered by data owned by CSA. You  should be aware that all functions managed through Blockchain and DLT technology are regulated by  smart contracts (i.e., self-executing software that does not allow human intervention in execution).  By accessing our platform, you may choose to TRANSFER TO THIRD PARTIES THE OWNERSHIP of  digital representations of value (TOKENs called CSAT). Please note that we cannot directly control the  network on which transactions occur, nor can we control the activity and data on the network, or the  activities of users or third parties that may develop on the network, validate transactions on the  network, or use the network. All activities and data on the network are permanent and public. The  network on which Blockchain services are provided is not part of the Services defined here. Activities  on the network are powered by a set of independent servers and are not controlled by us; therefore,  we do not guarantee and cannot guarantee the proper functioning, uptime, security, or operation of  the DLT. You agree and acknowledge that any access or use by you of Blockchain services on DLT is  done solely at your own risk and that we assume no responsibility for its use, including, without  limitation, any damage, loss, or injury resulting from transactions sent to incorrect beneficiary  addresses, incorrect transactions, software and network issues, technical failures, unauthorized  access to any user wallet, or fraud conducted by third parties. Furthermore, you agree and  acknowledge that, in relation to our Services, you will not use the CSA Network: (i) in a manner that  violates any applicable state or international law or regulation; (ii) to finance terrorism or other  criminal activities; (iii) to circumvent any export restrictions or economic sanctions; or (iv) to conduct  illicit money transfers, currency exchanges, or money laundering.  

7.2 Use of Crypto Cryptocurrencies are the native resource for transactions between CSA users and  are used to send operations, create accounts. Cryptocurrencies are not legal tender, are not backed  by any government, but their use is still regulated by existing laws worldwide. Their possession by  residents in Italy is subject to declaration obligations both from a tax perspective and under AML  (Anti Money Laundering) regulations. The fiat value of cryptocurrencies is highly volatile, and  cryptocurrencies could lose all their value. CSA does not control and is not responsible for the value  of cryptocurrencies and does not provide any guarantees, explicit or implied, of their value. You agree  and acknowledge that any purchase of cryptocurrencies by you or on your behalf is made voluntarily  and entirely at your own risk. We do not hold or custody the contents of your wallet(s) or the private  access keys. As a user, you agree and acknowledge that you are solely responsible for the secure  storage of your digital assets, including CSAT TOKENs: for these reasons, users of our platform accept  that CSA can never be held responsible for the security or control of any account or the private keys  associated with it. 

7.3 Disclaimer of Liability.  

You acknowledge the following:  

- CSA does not hold custody of private keys, cryptocurrencies, or other user funds;  - CSA does not transfer funds nor convert or transmit cryptocurrencies or anything of value on behalf  of anyone;  

- CSA does not provide investment, financial, tax, or legal advice. The information and applications  provided in connection with the Services do not constitute investment advice, financial advice,  business advice, or any other type of advice and should not be treated as such by any user. CSA does  not make recommendations and does not provide any advice on the fiat value of cryptocurrencies or  any other digital currency.  

- CSA provides a set of interconnected and dynamically updated data useful and preparatory for the  technical analysis of professional athletes' performances. These massive statistical components can  be used for predictive purposes by users who wish to derive economic benefits from predictions  related to the associated indices.  

- By purchasing CSATs, you have expressly consented to the execution of the contract and, therefore,  under current consumer protection laws regarding withdrawal due to reconsideration, you cannot  request the annulment of the contract and the return of the amounts originally paid. According to  current laws, the consumer can withdraw only if the entire service has not been provided.  

- Reliance on Information and Content Published The Services may include educational information and  other content. This content is made available solely for general informational purposes, and we do  not guarantee its accuracy, usefulness, or completeness. Any reliance you place on such content is  strictly at your own risk. We disclaim all liability arising from any reliance placed on such materials by  you or any other user of the Services, or by anyone who may be informed of its content.  

ARTICLE 8. Third-Party Resources  

The Services may mention and link to other sites, services, and resources provided by third parties.  CSA makes no representations or warranties of any kind regarding any site, service, or resource  provided by third parties, including, without limitation, representations or warranties about their  accuracy, completeness, usefulness, security, or legality. CSA has no control over third-party sites,  services, and resources and is not responsible for any damage, loss, or injury that may result from  their use. If you choose to access any third-party sites, services, or resources, you do so entirely at  your own risk and subject to the terms and conditions of those sites, services, or resources.  

ARTICLE 9. Additional Terms and Conditions  

Additional terms and conditions may apply to specific applications, features, or parts of the Services.  All such additional terms and conditions are hereby incorporated by reference into these Terms of  Service. These terms should be read to be consistent with these Terms of Service to the fullest extent  possible. In the event of a direct conflict between these Terms of Service and the terms for any  specific application, the terms and conditions for the specific application shall prevail.  

ARTICLE 10. Intellectual Property Rights  

10.1 The Services (including but not limited to all information, software, text, displays, images, video,  and audio, and the design, selection, and arrangement thereof) are protected by copyright,  trademark, and other intellectual property rights and laws. You agree to comply with all applicable  property rights and laws, as well as any trademark or copyright notices contained in these Terms of  Service. These Terms of Service allow you to use the Services for personal and non-commercial use only. Unless expressly indicated otherwise, it is prohibited to modify, copy, display, distribute,  transmit, publish, sell, license, create derivative works from, or use any part of the Services for  commercial or public purposes without our express authorization or as expressly permitted by  applicable copyright or trademark laws. Unless otherwise indicated elsewhere in the Services, you  may view, download, and print content available on the Services subject to the following conditions:  

- The content must be used solely for personal, informational, and non-commercial purposes;  - The content must not be modified or altered in any way;  

- The content must not be distributed;  

- You must not remove any copyright or other proprietary notices included in the content;  - If we provide desktop, mobile, or other applications for download, you may download a single copy to  your computer or mobile device solely for your personal, non-commercial use, provided you agree to  be bound by the end-user license agreement for such applications;  

- We reserve the right to revoke the authorization to view, download, and print any content available  with the Services at any time;  

- The rights granted to you constitute a non-exclusive and revocable license and not a transfer of title.  All rights not expressly granted are reserved to the company holding the trademark rights and all  content on the CSA platform.  

Trademarks "CSA," its logos, and any related product or service names, logos, or slogans, including,  without limitation, the name and design "CSA" contained herein, are trademarks or service marks of  CSA and may not be copied, imitated, or used, in whole or in part, except as expressly permitted in  these Terms of Service, in our Trademark Policy, or with CSA's prior written authorization. All other  trademarks, names, or logos mentioned in connection with the Services are the property of their  respective owners and may not be copied, imitated, or used, in whole or in part, without the written  authorization of the applicable trademark owner. The inclusion of such references does not  constitute an endorsement, sponsorship, or recommendation by us.  

10.2 Trademark Policy Subject of protection and all regulations. Hereinafter, "Trademarks" shall mean  all registered trademarks and/or distinctive signs, including future issuances, that are attributable to  the Company, where it is understood as the rightful owner (whether acquired originally or  derivatively) or the holder, even indirectly, of any type of interest protected (whether financial or  non-financial) by the legal system to which it belongs in a jurisdictional form. Welcome to CSA's  ("CSA," "we," or "us") Trademark and Marks Policy ("Policy"). This policy describes the conditions  under which you may use our trademarks and marks. Why is this policy necessary? While we  encourage active and decentralized innovation on the CSA platform, we want to ensure that our  community has a consistent and high-quality experience with the CSA brand. Having a definitive  trademark policy helps everyone in the ecosystem avoid and stop scammers who might use the CSA  name to steal, defraud, or mislead. Fundamentally, trademarks aim to eliminate confusion; a  protection in everyone's interest. If you wish to use any of the CSA Trademarks (explained below) in  a way not expressly permitted by this Policy, please contact us directly at  info@csacapitalmarket.com. We all share the same ultimate goal: to make the CSA network a thriving  global usage platform, and we want this trademark policy to promote our shared work, not hinder it.  

10.3 Purpose of the Trademark and Trademark Policy We value the trust our community has placed  in our team and technology. We protect our trademark rights to ensure that the CSA name is  synonymous with quality and integrity, both today and in the future. In general, you may use the CSA Trademarks as permitted by this Policy, provided that you do not perform any of the following  actions:  

- Confuse consumers or users of CSA services or participants in the CSA community;  - Make false or misleading statements;  

- Imply or state that the use is affiliated with or authorized by CSA, unless you have obtained prior  written authorization;  

- Engage in any action that damages the company holding the CSA trademark rights or diminishes the  reputation and goodwill of CSA.  

10.4 Authorizations for CSA Trademarks  

A. Some personal and non-commercial uses You may use the CSA Trademarks to truthfully express  your affinity for our products in a personal and non-commercial way, such as on t-shirts, stickers, and  other items you share with your friends. Whenever you use a CSA trademark in this way, feel free to  send us a sample: we'd love to see what you're doing! However, if you wish to make commercial use  of such items (e.g., selling stickers or clothing with our CSA Trademarks), you must first obtain our  written authorization.  

B. Trade names, trademarks, domain names, and internet account names You may not use the CSA  Trademarks in, or as part of, any trade name, trademark, domain name, internet account name, or  social media name without CSA's prior written consent. For example, the company name or  trademark "CSA Tech Support" or the Twitter handle "@CSATechSupport" is not allowed because  consumers who see such uses are likely to assume that these are official CSA services or accounts.  Similarly, the domain name "CSATechSupport.com" or the Facebook group "CSA Tech Support" could  create confusion. If you wish to use the CSA Trademarks in, or as part of, any trade name, trademark,  domain name, or internet account name, contact us to discuss your intended use.  

C. Derived Software Remember that you cannot brand derived software in a way that could create  confusion about its source or origin; therefore, you cannot distribute modified software with CSA  trademarks.  

D. Services related to CSA software and services If you offer goods or services related to CSA goods  or services, such as if you offer support services for CSA network users, you may use CSA's word marks  (but not logos or design marks, unless otherwise authorized in writing) to truthfully illustrate your  offering in your descriptions. However, this is subject to your not intentionally, accidentally,  negligently, or inadvertently confusing customers into thinking that your offering is:  

- An official CSA offering,  

- Sponsored/approved by CSA, or  

- Otherwise affiliated with CSA.  

E. Authorization for other uses If you wish to use the CSA Trademarks in a way not covered by this  Policy, or if you have any questions about this Policy, do not hesitate to contact us at  info@csacapitalmarket.com. Please note that CSA currently does not grant approval for commercial  uses of the CSA Trademarks on merchandise and similar products. 


ARTICLE 11. Disclaimer of Warranties  

The use of the Services is at your own risk; the Services, including all tools, applications, and other  content, are provided "as is" and "as available" without any representations or warranties, express,  implied, or statutory. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, CSA disclaims any implied  warranties of title, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose of the Services and the  information contained in every aspect of its operation, tools, and materials contained therein. Some  jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties, so the above exclusions may not apply  to you. CSA makes no representations or warranties that:  

(a) access to the Services or any part thereof will be continuous, uninterrupted, timely, secure, or  error-free;  

(b) the Services or any material contained therein are accurate, complete, or reliable;  

(c) the Services are free of viruses (malicious computer code that alters the user's system files or  inserts other harmful components);  

(d) the Services or any material contained therein will meet your requirements, needs, or  expectations.  

If you are a user not residing in Italy, CSA makes no representations or warranties regarding the  legality of the Services for any particular use case or that the Services can meet any regulatory and  compliance requirements. You are solely responsible for determining and complying with all legal  and regulatory restrictions and requirements that may govern your use of the Services. Except for  the express representations provided in these Terms of Service, you hereby acknowledge and agree  that you have not relied on any representation or understanding, written or oral, in connection with  your access and use of the Services. CSA does not and cannot act as your advisor for any financial,  legal, investment, or tax matters. Any information provided by the company is for general information  purposes only, and you are solely responsible for determining whether to use or not use the Services.  

ARTICLE 12. Limitation of Liability  

You hereby release CSA from any liability for any indirect, incidental, consequential, or punitive  damages arising out of or in connection with these Terms of Service, the Services, the CSA platform,  including, without limitation, your use or inability to use the Services and the secure storage of your  private access keys to your account; You cannot hold CSA liable for:  

(i) any modification or inaccessibility or cessation of the Services;  

(ii) any delay, lack of access, or alteration of any data transmission;  

(iii) any transaction or agreement entered into through the Services;  

(iv) any activity or communication of third parties;  

(v) any loss of cryptocurrency value;  

(vi) any data or material of a third party accessed through the Services. If you are not satisfied with  the Services, you agree that your sole and exclusive remedy will be to discontinue using the Services.  

ARTICLE 13. Indemnification 

Some jurisdictions limit and regulate the forms and legitimacy of indemnities in favor of consumers.  If you are not a resident of Italy, it is your responsibility to inform yourself in advance about your  rights regarding the use of this platform. If you are a resident of Italy, the use, even indirect, of any  service offered by CSA precludes any possibility of reimbursement or indemnification of the  purchased value. If you intend to attribute any type of liability (contractual or non-contractual) to  CSA, you hereby declare that your claim for compensation cannot exceed the maximum threshold of  €2,000.00: this is hereby understood as a conventional limitation accepted by the parties.  

ARTICLE 14. Assignability - No Third-Party Beneficiaries  

No provision of these Terms of Service is intended, nor shall it be construed, to provide or create  third-party beneficiary rights or other rights of any kind in any user, customer, or any party hereto or  any other person unless expressly provided otherwise herein. Except as provided, all provisions  herein shall be personal exclusively between you and CSA. Conversely, CSA may assign its rights and  duties under these Terms of Service to any party at any time without notice.  

ARTICLE 15. Waiver  

No waiver by CSA, whether by conduct or otherwise, of any term, provision, or condition set forth in  these Terms of Service shall be deemed a further or continuing waiver of such term, provision, or  condition or a waiver of any other term, provision, or condition. Any failure or delay by CSA in  asserting a right or provision under these Terms of Service shall not constitute a waiver of such right  or provision.  

ARTICLE 16. Severability  

16.1 If any provision of these Terms of Service is deemed illegal, invalid, or otherwise unenforceable,  that provision shall, to the minimum extent necessary, be severed and deemed separate from these  Terms of Service, and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions.  

16.2 Entire Agreement These Terms of Service, including the Privacy Policy, constitute the complete  and exclusive statement of the agreement between you and CSA regarding the Services and  supersede all prior and contemporaneous understandings, agreements, representations, and  warranties, whether written or oral, regarding the Services.  

ARTICLE 17. Privacy Policy  

17.1 CSA ("CSA", "we", "our", or "us") provides this Privacy Policy to explain how we collect, share,  and use personal information about you and information derived from our interactions with you to  support the operation, development, and growth of the "Services" as defined in our Terms of Service,  including, without limitation, our website https://www.footballplayersexchange.com, all applications  contained therein, and other websites or applications we offer that link to this Privacy Policy (the  foregoing websites and applications collectively, the "Sites"). This Privacy Policy applies to the  information we collect when you visit and use our Sites or otherwise use our Services. This Privacy  Policy does not apply to CSA open-source software or the CSA network, a global open-source  distributed network accessed through CSA software. You should be aware that any information  posted on the CSA network will be permanently made available to the public. 

17.2 How We Collect Your Information We collect the information you provide to us when you  browse our Sites, create an online account, post messages on our forums, subscribe to email alerts  and newsletters, provide feedback through forms or surveys, participate in any interactive feature,  or otherwise use our Services. The types of information we may collect include your name, username,  email address, profile picture, password or public key, and any other information you choose to  provide. We also collect information submitted through communications with us, such as  communications to learn more about our services, contributions to our Services, reporting a security  bug, receiving support, or applying for a job with CSA. We also collect technical information, including,  but not limited to, browser type, IP address, domain name, pages visited, and other activities on the  Sites, device type, and the time and date of your visits. We collect location information if allowed by  your browser settings. Our Services use cookies, web beacons, web server logs, and similar  technologies to collect this information to: (1) understand how you use and interact with our Services;  (2) measure the usability of our Services and the effectiveness of our communications; and (3)  otherwise manage and improve our Services and help ensure they function properly. More  information about our use of cookies can be found in the Cookies section of this Privacy Policy below.  

17.3 How We Use Your Information Based on the guidelines for cookies and other tracking tools -  June 10, 2021, we use your personal information for the following purposes:  

- To provide the content of our Sites and Services, including, without limitation, to improve the content  of our Sites, inform visitors to our Sites about updates, and recognize Site visitors;  

- To respond to your comments, questions, and requests and to provide support services;  - To enable our business operations, including for research and analysis purposes;  - To protect the security and performance of our interests, including our assets and systems;  - To comply with applicable laws and regulations;  

- To monitor and analyze trends, usage, and activities in order to operate and improve our Services;  - To manage your online accounts and send you technical notices, updates, security alerts, and support  and administrative messages;  

- As otherwise disclosed at the time of collection of personal information. We do not use automated  decision-making (i.e., making decisions solely by automated means without any human involvement)  or profiling (i.e., automated processing of personal information to evaluate certain aspects of an  individual). If we intend to use or otherwise process your personal information for a purpose other  than that for which it was collected, we will provide you with information about the purpose of the  processing, as well as other relevant information, before processing your personal information for the  new purpose.  

17.4 How We Share Your Information We may share your personal information with the following  third parties:  

- Third-party vendors who process data on behalf of CSA, such as analytics providers who track and  analyze the performance of our Sites and related analytics;  

- As part of a business sale, merger, or acquisition, or other transfer of all or part of our assets, including  as part of a bankruptcy proceeding;  

- In response to a court order, government investigation, law enforcement investigation, or other legal  process or as otherwise required by law, or to protect our rights or the rights of third parties. With  your consent or as otherwise disclosed at the time of data collection or sharing, the Sites may also  include or provide access to features and forums where you can post public comments and  communicate with other users. We are not responsible for the use of information made available by other users, so you should carefully consider whether and what to post or how to identify yourself.  We may also share information that has been anonymized or aggregated without limitation.  

17.5 Value and Activation of Your Consent The current regulatory system applicable states that for  the acquisition of data not necessarily connected or connectable to the functionalities of our services,  you must provide specific consent: your subscription to our services includes such consent, which is  therefore understood in perfect adherence to the provisions of Article 122 of Legislative Decree June  30, 2003, No. 196.  

Data Analysis We work with third parties who collect information about the use of the Sites. For  example, CSA uses Google Analytics and other third-party services to improve the performance of  the Sites and for analysis purposes. For more information on how Google Analytics collects and uses  information when you use our website, visit https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/ and  to opt-out of Google Analytics, visit https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.  

17.6 Third-Party Links and Tools The Services may provide links to third-party websites or apps,  including our social media pages. We do not control the privacy practices of such websites or apps,  and they are not covered by this Privacy Policy. You should review the privacy policies of other  websites or apps you use to learn about their data practices.  

17.7 International Visitors This section applies to individuals not residing in Italy. Please note that  personal information we collect may be transferred to and maintained on servers or databases  located outside your state, province, country, or other jurisdiction, where privacy laws may not be as  protective as those in your state of residence. CSA generally processes personal information  submitted to the Services for the implicit or explicit purposes specified in the respective Service. In  certain circumstances, CSA may process personal information to fulfill a contract or where required  by law. If necessary, CSA may also process personal information when it is in CSA's legitimate interest  to do so (e.g., for fraud detection or hacking prevention) and when these interests are not overridden  by data protection rights. If you reside in the European Economic Area ("EEA"), the United Kingdom,  or Switzerland, you have the right:  

- To request access to the personal information we hold about you;  

- To request that we rectify or delete your personal information;  

- To request that we restrict or block the processing of your personal information;  - Where we have previously obtained your consent, to withdraw consent to the processing of your  personal data. To exercise these rights, contact us using the "Contact Us" section below. Please note  that CSA may not be able to grant you these rights in certain circumstances, such as if we are legally  prevented from doing so. Additionally, you have the right to file a complaint against us. To do so,  contact the supervisory authority in your country of residence.  

17.8 Retention We will retain your personal information for as long as necessary for our legitimate  business purposes. When we no longer need it for the purpose for which it was collected, we take  steps to destroy it unless we are required by law or regulation to retain it longer.  

17.9 How We Protect Your Information We use appropriate technical and organizational measures  to protect the personal information we collect and process about you. The measures we use are  designed to provide a level of security appropriate to the risk of processing your personal information.  We monitor our systems for potential vulnerabilities in our databases or third-party actions that violate our systems, however, we cannot guarantee the security of the information we store. By  accepting these terms and conditions, you declare that you are aware of and release us from all  liability if your data in our possession is used by third parties for fraud and illegal purposes as obtained  through actions specified in Italian law, particularly Article 615-ter of the Criminal Code, which states,  "Anyone who unlawfully gains access to a computer or telematic system protected by security  measures or remains there against the express or tacit will of the person entitled to exclude them, is  punished with imprisonment for up to three years."  

Your Choices To update your contact information or change your communication preferences,  including stopping our email communications, please contact us using the methods provided in the  "Contact Us" section below. In accordance with applicable laws, you may also unsubscribe from  certain types of email communications from us by using the link provided in the email.  

17.10 Changes to Our Privacy Policy We may modify this Privacy Policy. If we make changes, we will  notify you by revising the effective date at the top of this policy and, in some cases, we may provide  additional notice (such as adding a statement to the homepages of our Sites or sending a notification  via email). We encourage you to review the Privacy Policy whenever you interact with us to stay  informed about our information practices and the ways you can help protect your privacy.  

17.11 Contact Us  

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about this Privacy Policy, you can contact us via  email at: info@csacapitalmarket.com  

ARTICLE 18. Governing Law and Jurisdiction. Arbitration Clause.  

These Terms of Service will be governed by and construed in accordance with Italian law without  regard to conflict of law provisions. All disputes, including non-contractual ones, arising out of or  relating to or connected with these Terms will be resolved by arbitration in accordance with the Rules  of the Milan Chamber of Arbitration, by three arbitrators appointed in accordance with those Rules.  

ARTICLE 19. Fees  

The fees applied for the sale of CSA Tokens are 2%.  

ARTICLE 20. Acceptance of Clauses Deemed and Considered Vexatious  

These terms and conditions you have read may include contractual conditions that current or  upcoming laws consider detrimental to your rights. The current regulations and court rulings at  various jurisdictional levels provide that the validity of such clauses (defined as vexatious pursuant to  Article 1341 of the Italian Civil Code) is subject to the written approval of the contracting party, in  which they state they have negotiated and specifically accepted them. Considering that you give your  consent to the application of the0 clauses governing the services we provide after having reviewed  them, and you state that you have read and understood them, and thus accepted them in their  entirety after performing a specific action required by the site, you confirm your unconditional  consent to all the clauses that make up these terms. You also confirm that the action you performed  on our site has the value provided by the subscription indicated in Article 1341 and following of the  Civil Code.