Privacy Policy

At Revolution Mining, we provide support to individuals in the cryptocurrency mining process. This includes offering mining equipment for purchase, negotiating with hosting facilities for placement of miners worldwide, and assisting with procurement services. We value your privacy and have implemented this Privacy Policy to outline how we collect, utilize, disclose, and secure your information when you interact with us through our website or purchase products from us. 

In the course of our operations, we may collect and process personal information or data. Personal information refers to information that directly or indirectly identifies or can be linked to a specific individual or household, including device information like IP addresses and browsing history. However, this policy does not cover de-identified, anonymized, or aggregated information. 

Our Privacy Policy covers the following areas: 

  • Collection and usage of personal information 
  • Disclosure of personal information 
  • Payment processing 
  • Third-party involvement 
  • Security measures 
  • Your rights regarding personal information 
  • Data retention practices 
  • Use of cookies 
  • Guidelines for European Economic Area residents 
  • Guidelines for California residents 
  • Age of consent policies 
  • Updates and revisions to this policy 
  • Contact information for any questions or concerns. 


Section 1 – Information Collection and Usage

At Revolution Mining, we collect and use personal information in a variety of ways to deliver and promote our services. We obtain your information through different means, including when: 1) you provide it to us by filling out forms, making inquiries, or making purchases; 2) you visit our website, which automatically collects data; and 3) third-party sources. 

The personal information we collect from you depends on the nature of your interaction with us. For instance, the information we gather from you when you apply for a job with Revolution Mining differs from what we collect when you make a purchase. The table below outlines the various types of information we collect, how we use this information, and how we process it: 

Categories of Individuals, Types of Information Collected, and Usage 

Below is a summary of the various categories of individuals, the types of information we collect and process, how we utilize the information, and the lawful bases for processing for individuals in the UK and EEA. 

Categories of Individuals Types of Information Collected and Processed How We Use the Information Lawful Bases for Processing (For Individuals in the UK and EEA) 

Website Visitor, App, or Service User Activity Information, Volunteered Information For Activity Information: 

  • To analyze activity on our website 
  • To protect our website and intellectual property 
  • To maintain data security measures and other troubleshooting 
  • To investigate misuse of our website or services For Volunteered Information: 
  • To send you marketing emails, new product updates, and similar updates when we have your consent to send these types of messages 
  • To respond to correspondence Our legitimate interests Data subject consent For compliance with a legal obligation 

Customer (A Website Visitor that Places an Order with Us) Those categories set forth above for all website visitors and: 

  • Biographical Information 
  • Order Information To fulfill your order or purchase 
  • To communicate with you about updates to your order, your facility, or our services 
  • To send you marketing emails, new product updates, and similar updates when we have your consent to send these types of messages 
  • To fulfill our contract with you Our legitimate interests Data subject consent For compliance with a legal obligation 

Applicant for Employment Those categories set forth above for all website visitors and: 

  • Biographical Information 
  • Employment Credentials To consider you for employment 
  • To onboard you as an employee, if you have applied and are selected for employment with us 
  • To consider whether to enter into an employment relationship with you under Art. 6(1)(b) of GDPR For compliance with a legal obligation Our legitimate interests 

Businesses Seeking to Provide Services to Us Those categories set forth above for all website visitors and: 

  • Biographical Information To learn more about your services, verify your ability to provide services to us, and consider you to provide services to us 
  • To consider whether to enter into a business relationship with you under Art. 6(1)(b) of GDPR For compliance with a legal obligation Our legitimate interests 


The following are the definitions for the categories of personal information mentioned above: 

  • Activity information: This refers to information that we indirectly collect about your usage of our website and other services, such as your IP address, browsing history, analytics information, and other related information. 
  • Volunteered information: This pertains to information that you provide to us when you complete a form on our website, submit feedback or a question to us, or provide your personal information to us in any other way. 
  • Biographical information: This includes your name, email address, phone number, mailing or shipping address, courtesy titles, and any similar information. 
  • Order information: This encompasses transaction and billing information, such as your billing address, shipping information, and details regarding your order. 
  • Employment credentials: This refers to information about your employment history and education that you provide to us to consider you for employment. 
Section 2 – Disclosure 

We may share your personal information in the following ways: 

With our vendors, consultants, and other service providers who require access to such information to perform services on our behalf; If we are legally obligated to do so, for example, in response to a subpoena or court order. If we have legitimate reasons to object, we will take appropriate measures and provide data subjects with notification of requests concerning them to the extent permitted by law; To investigate activities that we believe violate our policies or agreements, or to protect the rights, assets, and safety of Revolution Mining, our customers, or others, in accordance with applicable laws; In connection with negotiations, a merger, sale of company assets, financing, or acquisition of all or a part of our business by another company, we may share your information with a potential buyer or successor entity. If your information is no longer subject to this privacy policy, we will attempt to inform you, including any rights you have; or 

With your consent or direction. 



Section 3 - Payment Processing 

Our website accepts payments made through credit card, bank transfer, cryptocurrency, or other means. These payments are processed by external payment service providers, to whom you will be directed to provide your payment details and personal information. These external service providers may also use identity verification services to collect your personal information for the purpose of fraud prevention. 

We ensure that our payment service providers adhere to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) and encrypt credit card information. Additionally, our direct payment gateways conform to the PCI-DSS standards as set by the PCI Security Standards Council, which includes major credit card brands like Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover. 

However, we cannot guarantee that your data will be free from loss, misuse, unauthorized acquisition, or alteration. To protect your personal information, it is important to choose a strong password, keep it confidential, and inform us immediately of any unauthorized access to your account. Please note that we cannot ensure the security or confidentiality of any information transmitted over the internet or wireless connection, including email, phone, or SMS. If you have any concerns regarding the security of your data, please contact us using the contact details provided below. 


Section 4 - Third-Party Services 

Our third-party service providers only collect, use, and disclose your information as directed by us and to the extent necessary to perform services for us. 

Some third-party service providers, such as payment transaction processors and financial institutions, may have their own privacy policies that govern the personal information we are required to provide to them for transactions related to your purchases. We suggest that you review these privacy policies. 

Please note that when you click on links on our website or store, you may be directed away from our site. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these external websites and recommend that you read their privacy statements before providing them with any of your personal information. 


Section 5 - Protection 

We take reasonable physical, administrative, and technical measures to safeguard your personal information from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. 

If you provide us with your credit card details, we encrypt the information using Transport Layer Security (TLS) and store it with AES-256 encryption. Although no transmission over the internet or electronic storage is 100% secure, we comply with all PCI-DSS requirements and adhere to generally accepted industry standards to further secure your information. 

Revolution Mining is headquartered in the United States. If we transfer and process your information outside of the jurisdiction in which you provided it, we take appropriate steps to ensure that your information, including personal data, receives a level of protection comparable to the standards required in the jurisdiction in which we received it.  


Section 6 – Your Entitlements 

Depending on your location and the reasons for which we process your personal information, you may have certain entitlements concerning your personal data. You have the right to access the personal information we hold about you, correct any inaccuracies, and request the deletion of personal information we have relating to you. To exercise these entitlements, please contact us using the contact details provided below. We will need to verify your identity before we can respond to your request. 

If you are a resident of the European Economic Area (EEA) or California, please refer to the specific sections below for further information on your entitlements as an EEA or California resident. 


Section 7 – Data Retention 

At Revolution Mining, we only keep your personal information for as long as necessary to achieve the purpose for which it was collected, or for the duration required by law. 


Section 8 – Cookies 

To enhance our Services, our website uses both persistent and session cookies. These cookies collect information about your visit to our website or use of our app. While some of these cookies are essential and required to provide our website, others are optional. You have the option to opt out of our use of these cookies when you visit our website. However, please note that essential cookies cannot be opted out of. 


Section 9 - Rights of UK and EEA Residents 

If you are a resident of the United Kingdom or the European Economic Area (EEA), you have certain data subject rights regarding your personal data under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679). These rights include accessing your personal data, rectifying and erasing your personal data, portability of your data in certain circumstances, objecting to processing in certain circumstances, and withdrawing your consent to our processing of your personal data where consent is the lawful basis for our processing. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection authority in your country. You may appoint someone else to exercise these rights on your behalf. 

To exercise your rights, please contact us using the contact information provided below. Please note that we will need to verify your identity when you make your request. 

Revolution Mining is based in the United States. If we transfer and process your information outside of the jurisdiction where you provided it, we take appropriate measures to ensure that your personal data is protected at a level that meets the GDPR's requirements for restricted transfers. We may also transfer data when contractual measures that provide an adequate level of protection to your information are in place. 


Section 10 – Information for California Consumers 

If you are a resident of California, you have certain rights as a consumer regarding your personal information under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) as set forth in Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.100 et seq. 

Personal Information Collection 

Revolution Mining has collected the following categories of personal information within the last 12 months, and indicates in the table below whether each category has been shared for a business purpose or sold to a third party.  

A. Identifiers.

Examples of personal identifiers include a person's real name, alias, postal address, unique personal identifier, online identifier, Internet Protocol (IP) address, email address, account name, Social Security number, driver's license number, passport number, or any other similar identifiers.

B. Categories of personal information included in the California Customer Records statute (Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.80(e)).
This category includes personal information such as a person's name, signature, Social Security number, physical traits or description, address, telephone number, passport number, driver's license or state identification card number, insurance policy number, education and employment history, bank account number, credit or debit card number, and any other financial, medical, or health insurance information. It is possible for some personal information to fall into multiple categories.
C. Characteristics that are protected under California or federal law.
Characteristics protected under California or federal law, including but not limited to, age (40 years or older), race, color, ancestry, national origin, citizenship, religion or creed, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, sex (including gender, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy or childbirth and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, veteran or military status, and genetic information (including familial genetic information).
when required by law 
D. Commercial information.
Information related to personal belongings, goods or services acquired, obtained, or evaluated, or other purchasing or consuming behavior or patterns.
E. Information related to an individual's physical or biological characteristics, behaviors, or patterns.
Information related to a person's genetic makeup, physical, behavioral, and biological characteristics, or activity patterns that can be used to create a template or identify them, such as fingerprints, faceprints, voiceprints, iris or retina scans, keystrokes, gait, or other physical patterns, and data related to sleep, health, or exercise.
F. Online or comparable network conduct.
Information regarding a consumer's interaction with websites, applications, or advertisements, including browsing history and search history.
G. Geolocation data.
The physical whereabouts or motion.
H. Information obtained through the senses, such as audio, electronic, visual, thermal, olfactory, or similar data.
Information obtained through auditory, electronic, visual, thermal, olfactory, or comparable means.
I. Information related to an individual's work or career, including their job title, job description, employer name and contact information, work experience, education, training, and professional certifications.
Information related to a person's current or previous employment status or evaluations of their work performance.
J. Personal information related to education that is protected under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (20 U.S.C. Section 1232g, 34 C.F.R. Part 99).
This refers to any records maintained by an educational institution or a party working on its behalf that are directly related to a student, including but not limited to grades, transcripts, class lists, student schedules, student identification codes, student financial information, and student disciplinary records. These records are protected under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (20 U.S.C. Section 1232g, 34 C.F.R. Part 99).
K. Personal information used to create a profile about a consumer reflecting their preferences, characteristics, psychological trends, predispositions, behavior, attitudes, intelligence, abilities, and aptitudes.
A summary or analysis of an individual's inclinations, characteristics, psychological patterns, tendencies, behaviors, attitudes, intelligence, skills, and abilities.


We do not engage in the sale of personal information. We collect this information directly from you through email, our website, or our mobile apps, as well as indirectly from your interactions with our website and mobile apps. In the case of employment applicants, we may also acquire information from your professional references, educational institutions, or consumer reporting agencies in jurisdictions where such inquiries are legally allowed. 


Personal Information Disclosure

We may disclose personal information collected for our own purposes, which is defined as "business purposes" under the CCPA. The personal information may be disclosed to the following third-party categories:

  • Service providers such as marketing companies, financial institutions, payment processors, identity verification providers, employment-related entities, information system vendors, and consultants.

We make efforts to establish contracts with all third parties who receive personal information from us, requiring them to keep the shared information confidential and only use it for the purpose for which it was shared.

We do not allow third parties to use personal information for their own purposes.

Your Personal Information Rights

As a California resident, the CCPA provides you with certain rights regarding your personal information. We are required to inform you of these CCPA rights and explain how you can exercise them. However, please note that some of these rights may not be applicable to personal information maintained in a business-to-business context.

Shine the Light Law

Under California's "Shine the Light" law, Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.83, California residents have the right to request certain information about our disclosure of personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. We want to assure you that we do not disclose personal information to any third parties for direct marketing purposes. If you have any questions about how we share personal information with third parties, please contact us using the information provided above.

Right to Know and Data Portability

Under the CCPA, California residents have the right to know what personal information businesses have collected about them, as well as the right to request that this information be provided in a portable and easily accessible format. If you are a California resident and wish to exercise your Right to Know or Data Portability rights, you may submit a request to us at the contact information provided above. Please note that certain exceptions and limitations may apply.

You have the right to submit a request asking us to disclose certain information about our collection and use of your personal information during the past 12 months (referred to as the "right to know"). Once we receive your request and confirm your identity, we will provide you with the following information:

  • The categories of personal information we collected about you.
  • The categories of sources from which we collected your personal information.
  • Our business or commercial purpose for collecting or selling your personal information.
  • The categories of third parties with whom we shared your personal information.
  • If we sold or disclosed your personal information for a business purpose, we will provide you with two separate lists, one for sales identifying the personal information categories that each category of recipient purchased, and one for disclosures for a business purpose identifying the personal information categories that each category of recipient obtained.
  • The specific pieces of personal information we collected about you, if you make a data portability request.


The Right to Request Deletion

You have the right to ask us to delete any of your personal information that we have collected and retained, with certain exceptions (the "right to delete"). Once we receive your request and confirm your identity, we will review it to determine if any exceptions apply that allow us to keep the information. We may deny your request to delete if keeping the information is necessary for us or our service provider(s) to:

  1. Complete a transaction, provide a requested good or service, fulfill the terms of a warranty or product recall, or otherwise fulfill our contractual obligations with you.

  2. Detect and prevent security incidents, protect against fraud, or prosecute those responsible for illegal activity.

  3. Debug products to fix issues that affect their intended functionality.

  4. Exercise free speech, uphold the free speech rights of another user, or exercise another right provided by law.

  5. Comply with the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act (Cal. Penal Code § 1546 et seq.).

  6. Conduct scientific, historical, or statistical research in the public interest that follows ethical and privacy laws, when deleting the information would significantly hinder the research that you previously consented to.

  7. Use the information internally in a manner that aligns with your expectations based on your relationship with us.

  8. Comply with a legal obligation.

  9. Use the information in a lawful manner that is compatible with the context in which you provided it.

If your personal information does not fall under any of these exceptions, we will either delete or de-identify it from our records, and we will ask our service providers to do the same.

To make a request to know or delete your personal information, you can call us at 1 (213) 534-6525 or email us at Only you or someone authorized by you can make such a request, and we will verify the identity of anyone else making the request. You can also make a request on behalf of your child, but you can only submit a request to know twice in a 12-month period.

To ensure that we can verify your identity and evaluate your request properly, it must include sufficient information about you or your authorized representative and be detailed enough for us to understand your request. If we cannot verify your identity or authority to make the request, or confirm that the personal information relates to you, we cannot respond to your request.

We will confirm receipt of your request within ten business days and aim to respond to it within 45 days. We will explain why we cannot comply with a request if applicable and only provide disclosures covering the 12-month period before receiving the request. If we determine that a request requires a fee, we will provide a cost estimate before completing it.

We do not sell personal information to third parties, so you do not need to contact us to opt-out or opt-in for the sale of your personal information. We also will not discriminate against you for exercising any of your CCPA rights.

Our products, services, and website are not intended for individuals under the age of 16, and we prohibit users under that age from using our services.

We update our privacy policy regularly, and the date of the last update is displayed at the top of this page. If you have any questions, want to exercise your rights or need more information, you can contact our Privacy Compliance Officer at If you require an alternative format of this document due to a disability, please contact us using the same email address or at 1 (213) 534-6525.