Cookies

Cookies: Personalized and user-friendly surfing

What are cookies?

A “cookie” is a small text file which a webserver (for example the www.tradeapp.com webserver) sends to your browser when you visit the website. So-called “session cookies” expire at the end of the browser session and can capture your activities during the browser session.

You can set your browser either to receive our cookies or opt out. In the latter case, however your entries will not be saved for future searches, and you will have to write your data every time when you visit our website.

What types of cookies do we use?

There are various types of cookies that we use to be able to provide you with the best visitor experience you expect. We use cookies that are essential to enable navigation through the Services, performance cookies, which are used to improve use of the Services, functionality cookies which are used to remember changes in choices your requested and marketing cookies used to evaluate performance of advertisements and visits on the Services.

First-Party and Third-Party Cookies

First-party (or internal) cookies are created by the domain the user is visiting. These types of cookies help provide a better user experience. With first-party cookies, the browser can remember key information, such as which items you add to shopping carts, your username and passwords, and language preferences.

Third-party cookies are not set from the domain visited by the user. These cookies often result from the services publishers add to make their sites work better (like adding social buttons or chat services or others).

Cookies and your personal data

Cookies don’t scan your computer, so they normally don't contain any personal information. If there is any personal data, it most certainly resulted when a visitor has completed a website’s form for example.

In times when a cookie stores a personal information, this information is coded in such a way that it is unreadable to any third party who access your cookie folder. The only computer that can read and decode the information is the server that created the cookie in the first place.

Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies and other tracking technologies to collect personal data, which enables us to provide you with a better experience in using our Services.

Cookie name
Provider
Duration (how long the cookie is saved)Personal information collection
Description
instidInternal730 daysNoUsed to distinguish users and track app installation.
errInternalSessionNoUsed to track/ display errors.
dspInternal3 hoursNoUsed to track the latest DSP the user came from.
uuid / __uInternal730 daysNoUsed to distinguish users.
fInternal3 hoursNoUsed to track the latest funnel the user came from.
ufInternal3 hoursNoUsed to track the unknown funnel the user came from.
externalParamsInternal3 hoursNoUsed to track any external parameters set by third party integrations or any other data not being tracked in any other way.
__ppxInternal730 days/ unset when executedNoUsed to track and execute third party pixel upon user registration.
bw_is_cookie_accepted_ or GDPRConsentInternal1 monthNoUsed to track user's GDPR consent.
HideDisclaimerInternal7 daysNoUsed to track user's consent with a disclaimer.
_country_restriction / country_redirectionInternal7 daysNoUsed to track the user's language and redirect to the correct language version of the site.
bw_download_app_Internal7 daysNoUsed to track the user's interaction with a "app download" popup.
SerialIdInternal90 minutesNoUsed to track the user's serial id they came from.