Privacy Policy at Longship Invest

Information about the use of personal data collected in connection with the establishment of customer relationships through Longship Invest ApS's website and electronic self-service platforms.

The European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of April 27, 2016, on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data – commonly referred to as the “General Data Protection Regulation” or “GDPR” – has been implemented in Denmark through the Data Protection Act, Act no. 502 of May 23, 2018. The law applies, among other things, when a company processes personal data about individuals or sole proprietorships. We also refer to our policy on data collection via cookies:

Who is responsible for your information?

Longship Invest ApS is the data controller and, therefore, responsible for all the information we process and store about you. If you have questions regarding the processing of your data or wish to exercise your rights regarding the storage of your data, this should be done in writing to:

Longship Invest ApS, Applebys Plads 7 1411 Copenhagen, Denmark

Or via email:

What type of information do we store?

Longship Invest ApS collects various types of information for administration, investment, operation, newsletters, and marketing purposes. Your information is treated confidentially.
• Contact information such as name, email, address, phone number, etc.
• National Identity information, such as CPR number (Civil Personal Registration number) or equivalent.
• Image documentation, e.g., passport, driver’s license, or valid photo identification.
• Information about your finances.
• Information about your investment relationships.
• Financial information, e.g., information about your existing or previous investment relationships.
• Employment relationships.
• Information required by law.
• Communication regarding the Customer relationship.
• Nationality.

For what purpose do we store and use collected information?

Investment and trading in cryptocurrency are currently not subject to existing financial regulations. However, Longship Invest ApS has chosen to align its workflows and processes, including its compliance procedures, closely with existing financial legislation. The processing of your information occurs as a result of the investment agreement we enter into, the agreement you are considering entering into, or if you have given your consent pursuant to Article 6(1)(a) and (b) of the General Data Protection Regulation or if other provisions of Articles 6(1) and 9 apply. We use your data to establish and manage your customer relationship, address your inquiries and requests, provide customer service, send newsletters, and conduct other marketing activities for our business. In relation to newsletters and marketing, this only happens if you have signed up and given your consent for us to contact you in this regard. We may receive information about whether you have opened our email and clicked on any links we have sent to you.

Do we disclose information about you?

Longship Invest ApS does not report to authorities unless there is suspicion of criminal activity or if required by law. Disclosure in connection with operations may occur to third parties within the EU, but only when such third parties are subject to regulated data processing agreements. By operations, we mean, for example, partners necessary to maintain our part of the customer relationship, a cloud-based customer database, outsourced functions such as accounting, legal, and the like. Longship Invest ApS may also choose to disclose your information to its own group companies. If there is a default in payment or other breach of the contractual relationship, information will be disclosed to relevant registers under applicable rules.

What are your rights?

It is your right to access at any time what information we process about you, how it is used, and how it has been collected. You also have the right to be informed about who has received your information if it has been disclosed. This right may be limited by legislation or exempted if it is subject to business secrets, internal assessments, and the like. You can always have your information deleted or corrected if it is incorrect, unless otherwise specified by law or regulatory instructions. If you do not make any other requests, information about your customer relationship, including transactions, etc., will be stored for 5 years. You have the right to object to the processing of your information for marketing purposes.

How can you complain about our processing of your information?

Complaints about our processing of your information must be sent to: The Danish Data Protection Agency Borgergade 28, 5th floor 1300 Copenhagen K

Or via email:

How will changes to this policy be made?

If we make changes to our policy for the protection and processing of personal data, this will be notified by email in case of significant changes and/or additions. Minor changes and additions will be available on our website