Legal Disclaimer

This disclaimer applies to everything published by The Spectreproject here on this website and in other official forum or media. By using any of the Spectre software or network functions (henceforth known as SPEC) you agree to all of the following.

This website and the associated website (henceforth known as the “Websites” for the remainder of this disclaimer) provides information about the SPEC software and network, and the functions and features of the SPEC software and network. This is to be considered general information and not an edorsement or authority to use the Websites for legal advice, business advice, or advice of any other kind. You act purely at your own risk with regards to any of the contents of the Websites. Should you make your own decision to commence any undertaking or any act or inaction you should contact a solicitor in your jurisdiction if you are in any doubt if what you are doing is legal or otherwise need advice.

The proprietors, creators, any contributors or the Websites or any other official forum or medium can NOT be held responsible for your actions, decisions, undertakings, inaction or any other behavior in relation to the SPEC software.The proprietors, creators, any contributors or the Websites or any other official forum or medium representing The Spectreproject do NOT in any way condone any illegal activity in any territory or jurisdiction and the Spectre software and network is intended for legal use only.

Although the The Spectreproject and its contributors regard privacy as a fundamental human right, any information provided to maintain your privacy online is NOT any endorsement to break any laws in your territory and jurisdiction.

The Spectreproject and its contributors will NEVER ask for any personal information and will absolutely not gather or retain any personal information on the Websites or anywhere else. If you receive any communication purporting to come from The Spectreproject asking for any personal information, it is NOT from us.

Possible risks of using the SPEC software
The Spectreproject and its contributors will not be responsible for any losses, damages or claims arising from any event as a result of any user action. We can NOT assist with and be liable for any user mistake. It is a must that you the user educate yourself about cryptocurrencies and SPEC before you start using it. User mistakes include but are not limited to: forgotten passwords, payments sent to the wrong SPEC addresses or accidentally deleted wallets, software problems of the Websites and/or any Spectre-related software or service, e.g., corrupted wallet file, incorrectly constructed transactions, unsafe cryptographic libraries, malware affecting the Website and/or any official SPEC related software or service. Technical failures in the hardware of the user of any SPEC related software or service, e.g., data loss due to a faulty or damaged storage device. Security problems experienced by the user of any SPEC related software or service, e.g., unauthorised access to users' wallets and/or accounts. Actions or inactions of third parties and/or events experienced by third parties, e.g., bankruptcy of service providers, information security attacks on service providers, and fraud conducted by third parties.

Investment Risk
The investment in SPECs can lead to the loss of money over a short or even over a long period of time. The investors in SPECs should expect prices to have large range fluctuations in value. The information published on the Websites cannot guarantee that the investors in SPECs would not lose any money.

Tax Obligations
The users of the Websites and the SPEC software are solely responsible to determinate what, if any, taxes apply to their SPEC transactions. The owners of, or contributors to, the Websites are NOT responsible for determining the taxes that may apply to SPEC transactions. The Websites do not store, send, or receive SPECs. This is because SPECs exist only by virtue of the ownership record maintained in the Spectre network. Any transfer of title in SPECs occurs within a decentralised Spectre network, and not on the Websites.

The Websites are provided on an "as is" basis without any warranties of any kind regarding the Websites and/or any content, data, materials and/or services provided on the Websites.

Privacy and Anonymity
The Spectreproject and its contributors provide a supreme privacy centric cryptocurrency with top of the range features to maintain your privacy and that of your transactions. All the features of the software and the network are designed to maintain your anonymity. It is important to understand that anonymity is relative and no such thing as absolute anonymity exists in any interaction with the world, but that anonymity is relative to your actions. The Spectreproject and its contributors cannot know, and do not pretend to be in any way aware of the full capabilities of any state power or malicious and motivated attacker and their ability to trace, track or otherwise monitor any electronic network. Therefore, The Spectreproject and its contributors cannot offer an absolute guarantee of privacy and anonymity and we suggest that anyone that would make such a promise would be dishonest and ignorant. Please see the privacy and anonymity section on this Website for further information on possible scenarios of use and how an attacker might deanonymise you and how you could protect yourself.

Limitation of liability
Unless otherwise required by law, in no event shall the owners of, or contributors to, the Websites be liable for any damages of any kind, including, but not limited to, loss of use, loss of profits, or loss of data arising out of or in any way connected with the use of the Websites.

The user of the Websites agrees to arbitrate any dispute arising from or in connection with the Websites or this disclaimer, except for disputes related to copyrights, logos, trademarks, trade names, trade secrets or patents.

Revision 1.0 (06/11/2016)