The Site is operated by:
BigchainDB GmbH (“BigchainDB”, “we”, “us”, “our”)
represented by its managing director Bruce Pon
10115 Berlin, Germany
The Site provides information on BigchainDB. The BigchainDB software and documentation are subject to their own license agreements, which you must review and agree to before using them.
If you do not agree to the changes, you must stop using the Site.
Code of conduct
We may deny access to the Site or to the BigchainDB project for unacceptable behavior, including but not limited to violations of our Community Guidelines.
The Site is provided “as-is”. We offer no express or implied warranty or condition of any kind, including warranties of merchantability, fitness for particular purpose, or non-infringement.
We are not liable for loss or damage resulting from the use of the Site except as provided in this section, regardless of the legal ground.
We are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of information presented on the Site.
Users of the Site agree to indemnify us from third party claims which may derive from their use contrary to the Terms. The indemnity includes costs of an adequate legal defense. In case of third party claims against us, users must provide the information necessary to assess and defend against the claims.
We are liable for users’ damage arising from loss of life or injury to body or health based on our breach of a duty we owe you, for damages that arise where we have breached a duty that is of utmost importance for achieving the object of the contract, in cases of willful deceit, or for damages arising from the breach of a warranty assumed by us or from an organizational fault.
Claims against us are time-barred after 12 months from the beginning of the statutory limitation period.
The Terms are governed by the laws of Germany. The place of jurisdiction and fulfillment is Berlin.
If any of the Terms are invalid or contain a gap, the other sections of the Terms remain in effect. If this happens, the parties are deemed to have made an agreement which comes closest to the intended economic consequences of the Terms.