Third Party Integrations & Contractors

Jaxx Liberty is a service built around minimizing personal information requirements. We build in privacy by design. We have no sign-up. We conduct no registration. Managing your digital assets requires no personal information. We're commited to safeguarding your privacy rights.

But Jaxx Liberty also operates on the Internet, where we interoperate with third parties. While we never ask for your name or a log-in, we -- and the third-party data processors we contract with -- are exposed to persistent identifiers like Internet Protocol addresses.

We encrypt wherever we can. We build strong security and privacy requirements into our contracting process. But we also believe in transparency and accountability for our data flows. This page provides you with information about that data processor ecosystem both for the Jaxx Liberty service, and for this website.

Party (Jurisdiction) Functionality Data Exposed
1. Jaxx integrations
ShapeShift AG (Switzerland) Application transferring digital assets between coin and token types. IP address; public blockchain addresses; transaction information.
2. User communications
Zendesk Inc. (United States) Track, prioritize, and solve customer support tickets. Optionally, and as presented, name and email address: they're not tied to your Jaxx Liberty instance. Ticket information (free text).
SendGrid Inc. (United States) Store and send emails to myJaxx users. myJaxx display name; email address as presented; IP address in use at time of subscription.
3. Cloud platform
Amazon Web Services Inc. (United States). Cloud hosting for the Jaxx service. Jaxx data flows (always encrypted).
4. Web site
Cloudflare Inc. (United States) Pseudonymous cookie for Web security. Browsing activity.
Google Inc. (United States) Pseudonymous cookies for Web analytics. Browsing habits by pseudonymous User ID.