What Is Yield Hunt (GEM)?
In connection with certain features and depending on the functionality of the Service, Yield Hunt collect geolocation information such as through IP addresses or the location information you choose to provide in your Account profile. They infer new information from other data they collect, including using automated means to generate information about your likely preferences or other characteristics (“inferences”). For example, they infer your general geographic location (such as city, state, and country) based on your IP address.
Other companies with whom you choose to engage. GitHub may collect personal data about you from third parties. For example, this may happen if you sign up for training or to receive information about GitHub from one of your vendors, partners, or affiliates. GitHub does not purchase personal data from third-party data brokers.
Yield Hunt Storage Key Points
|Coin Name||Yield Hunt|
|Circulating Supply||14,500,000.00 GEM|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To View Explorers|
|Twitter Page||Click Here To Visit Twitter Group|
|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
How GitHub uses your information
Yield Hunt may use your information to provide, administer, analyze, manage, and operate our Service. For example, they use your information for the following purposes:
- Provide Yield Hunt products and deliver your services including troubleshooting, improving, and personalizing the features on the Service.
- Business operations such as billing, accounting, improving your internal operations, securing your systems, detecting fraudulent or illegal activity, and meeting your legal obligations.
- Improve and develop your products and services including to develop new services or features, and conduct research.
- Personalization of your Service by understanding you and your preferences to enhance your experience and enjoyment using your Service.
- Provide customer support and respond to your questions.
- Deliver promotional communications with you about new services, features, offers, promotions, and other information about your Service.
- Send you information, including confirmations, invoices, technical notices, updates, security alerts, support and administrative messages.
You may select options available through Yield Hunt Service to publicly display and share your name and/or username and certain other information, such as your profile, demographic data, content and files, or geolocation data. For example, if you would like your email address to remain private, even when you’re commenting on public repositories, you can adjust your setting for your email address to be private in your user profile. You can also update your local Git configuration to use your private email address. Please see more about email addresses in commit messages here.
Terms of Service
Please note that if you would like to compile GitHub data, you must comply with Yield Hunt regarding information usage and privacy, and you may only use any public-facing information you gather for the purpose for which your user authorized it. For example, where a GitHub user has made an email address public-facing for the purpose of identification and attribution, do not use that email address for the purposes of sending unsolicited emails to users or selling personal information, such as to recruiters, headhunters, and job boards, or for commercial advertising. They expect you to reasonably secure information you have gathered from GitHub, and to respond promptly to complaints, removal requests, and “do not contact” requests from GitHub or GitHub users.
Yield Hunt share your personal data with third parties when you tell to do so. For example, if you purchase an application listed on your Marketplace, they share your username to allow the application developer to provide you with services. Additionally, you may direct through your actions on GitHub to share your personal data. For example, if you join an Organization, you indicate your willingness to provide the owner of the Organization with the ability to view your activity in the Organization’s access log.