How Bitcoin Newsy Uses Cookies and Tracking Technologies

Here at Bitcoin Newsy, we’re passionate about bringing you the latest crypto news and insights. To make your experience on our website smooth and personalized, we use cookies and other tracking technologies. Don’t worry, we wouldn’t dream of invading your privacy or doing anything shady with your data! Here’s what you need to know:

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small files that websites store on your device (computer, phone, tablet) when you visit. They help us remember things like your preferences, past browsing behavior, and whether you’ve seen certain articles before.

What type of Cookies do we use?

  • Essential Cookies: These are the bare necessities, like making sure you can log in and navigate the website smoothly. Without them, things would get buggy and frustrating!
  • Performance Cookies: These guys help us understand how you use the website. We see things like which pages you visit most often and how long you stay on them. This data helps us improve the design and content of our website to make it better for everyone.
  • Functionality Cookies: These remember your preferences, like whether you prefer dark mode or light mode. They also make things like leaving comments or signing up for our newsletter easier and faster.
  • Targeting/Advertising Cookies: We partner with some trusted third-party advertisers who use cookies to show you relevant ads on other websites. This helps us keep our website free to use and allows us to continue creating great content.

Can I control Cookies?

Absolutely! Most web browsers allow you to control your cookie settings. You can choose to accept all cookies, block all cookies, or configure your settings to accept only certain types of cookies. Here are some resources to help you manage your cookie settings:

Transparency and Trust:

We believe in being transparent about how we use your data. You can visit our Privacy Policy at any time for more detailed information about what data we collect, how we use it, and your privacy rights.