Privacy Policy

Terms and Conditions

Tickets & payment

Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. No refund will be owed if any speaker, exhibitor, act or any other scheduled program slot is changed or canceled, and The Bitcoin Reformation still occurs. Tickets may not be refunded and/or exchanged, in the case of loss or theft.

Ticket prices on The Bitcoin Reformation website include all service and handling costs. When using a direct payment method such as Maestro, Visa or Mastercard, the user gives permission to The Bitcoin Reformation organizers and any payment partner to enable payments.

The organized secondary selling of The Bitcoin Reformation tickets is forbidden. Only vendors accredited by The Bitcoin Reformation are allowed to sell the tickets. Tickets are non-transferrable and may not be sold privately neither. Moreover, the organization reserves the right to block the access of any customer and/or process the ticket order of any customer that is suspected to cooperate with black-market dealers and/or use any automatic programs for ticket ordering or orders tickets without the formal consent of the organization and its ticket provider.

Tickets may not be used for advertising, promotions, competitions or prize draws without the formal written authorization of The Bitcoin Reformation organizers and its ticket vendor partner. The purchase of tickets or other products is exclusively reserved to persons over the age of 18 or who hold a valid credit/debit card issued under their name. The Bitcoin Reformation is not responsible for accidental purchases made by minors. Tickets are non-refundable in these cases.


Website & privacy

By accessing and using the website, you have expressly agreed to the following general conditions.

The contents of this site, including trademarks, logos, drawings, data, product or company names, texts, images, etc. are protected by intellectual property rights and belong to The Bitcoin Reformation organizers.

The information on the website is general in nature. It is not adapted to personal or specific circumstances and can therefore not be regarded as personal, professional or judicial advice for the website user.

The organizers of The Bitcoin Reformation ensure that all information made available is complete, correct, accurate and updated. Inaccuracies may be published when providing information. If the website shows information containing inaccuracies or if specific information on or via the site is unavailable, The Bitcoin Reformation organizers will ensure that this is rectified as soon as possible. Please contact info@the in case of any inaccurate information or incorrect information.

The Bitcoin Reformation organizers cannot be held responsible for direct or indirect damage caused by the use of the information published on this site.

All contents of The Bitcoin Reformation website may be adjusted, deleted or extended at any time without prior notice or clear direct communication. The Bitcoin Reformation organizers cannot be held responsible in any way for slow operations or temporary unavailability of The Bitcoin Reformation website or for any type of damage, direct or indirect, which may occur due to the use of hyperlinks published on or the use of The Bitcoin Reformation website. The Bitcoin Reformation organizers can in no case be held liable – directly or indirectly – for any damage due to the use of this site or any other one, in particular as the result of links or hyperlinks including, but not limited to, any loss, work interruption, damage of the user’s programs or other data on the computer system, hardware, software or otherwise. The website contains hyperlinks to websites or pages of third parties or refers to these indirectly. The publishing of these links do not imply in any way the knowledge or approval of the contents thereof or any authority over this content or the website features. The Bitcoin Reformation organizers cannot be held responsible for any damage or issue resulting from the use of these links.

Applicable legislation and competent courts

The website and ticket contracts are governed exclusively by Belgian law, and the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is excluded. Any dispute relating to the use of the website and ticket contracts, its interpretation or its execution will, in the absence of an amicable solution, will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts and tribunals of the judicial district of Antwerp.

Privacy Policy

About the privacy policy

The organizers of The Bitcoin Reformation believe that your privacy is important. The Bitcoin Reformation organizers wish to inform the user of our website about possible processing operations and the rights of the user. While most of the information on this site is available without having to ask the user for personal information, the user may be asked for some personal details. 

Our Privacy Policy may be subject to future amendment or modification. Any such changes will be clearly indicated in the Privacy Policy. It is up to the user to consult this document regularly. Every substantial change will be clearly communicated at all times.

Which personal data can be processed by The Bitcoin Reformation organizers?

The following personal data might be collected and processed by The Bitcoin Reformation organizers. This information will only be used to ensure a better service:

The Bitcoin Reformation organizers can collect non-personal anonymous or aggregate data such as browser type, operating system in use, and/or the domain name of the website that led you to and from our website, to ensure optimum effectiveness of our website for all users.

The user may, free of charge and on request, always prevent the use of his personal details for the purposes of direct marketing.

For which purposes are my personal data being processed?

The personal data that is being collected might be processed for one of the following purposes:

User rights

Legitimate processing of personal data

The Bitcoin Reformation organizers always process your personal data in an honest and fair manner in accordance with the Regulation of 27 April 2016 on the Protection of Natural Persons with regard to the Processing of Personal Data and on the Free Movement of such Data (GDPR).

This means that the following safeguards will apply:

The risks of an accidental or unlawful destruction, accidental loss, modification of or access to every other not allowed process are reduced to a minimum. In the event of a break-in in its informatics system, The Bitcoin Reformation organizers will immediately take every possible measure to limit the damages to a minimum.

Right to inspect/Rectify/ Erasure of your personal data

The user has the legal right to examine and possibly correct any of his/her personal details. Subject to proof of identity (e.g. a copy of the user’s identity card), you may ask via a written, dated and signed request to The Bitcoin Reformation organization, a written statement of the user’s personal details, free of charge. If necessary, you may also ask for any incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant data to be adjusted or deleted. The Bitcoin Reformation organizers will comply with these requests within one (1) month after the receipt of the request.

You have the right to receive information about the purposes of the processing, as well as the categories of personal data that are being processed, the recipients of the personal data, the criteria to determine the time period during which your personal data will be stored and the rights you can exercise in accordance with the Regulation. The user can at any time unsubscribe from our services.

The user has the right to have his personal data deleted. This right can always be exercised in the following cases:

It is up to The Bitcoin Reformation organizers to examine the presence of one of these above-mentioned cases.

Right to limitation of/Objection against the processing of your personal data

The user has the right to limit the processing of his or her personal data:

If the user wishes to exercise this right, The Bitcoin Reformation organizers will comply within one (1) month after the reception of the request.

Right to data portability

The user has the right to receive the provided personal data in a structured, prevailing, and machine-readable form. The user also has the right to transfer these personal data to another controller when the processing of your personal data exclusively relies on your permission.

If you wish to exercise your right, The Bitcoin Reformation organizers will comply within one (1) month after the reception of the request.

Right to file a complaint

You have the right to file a complaint concerning the processing of your personal data to CODIOUS at the Belgian Commission for the Protection of Privacy.

If you wish to exercise your right, The Bitcoin Reformation organizers will comply within one (1) month after the reception of the request.

Transfer to third parties

The Bitcoin Reformation organizers do not sell personal details to third parties. Your personal details will not transferred to any third party, except if the user agrees to leave his personal details (through the use e.g. of smart wrist bands) at exhibitor booths, if he wishes to use The Bitcoin Reformation matchmaking tools and/or wishes to receive live notifications concerning the program in order to facilitate meetings and program timing alerts. In each of these cases, the user’s explicit consent will be asked, and the third parties concerned will be communicated.

Cooperation with the supervisory authority

The Bitcoin Reformation organizers shall cooperate, on request, with the supervisory authority in the performance of its tasks.

The use of cookies

During a visit to the site, cookies may be placed on the hard drive of your computer with the user’s consent. This is done to ensure that our site is optimized to the needs of users returning to our website. These cookies are not used to ascertain the surfing habits of the visitor on other websites. Your internet browser enables you to disable these cookies, receive a warning when a cookie has been installed or have the cookies removed from your hard disk. For this purpose, consult the help function of your internet browser.


Any complaints need to be communicated within three (3) calendar days, following the website visit or ticket purchase, with registered post to the addresses of both organizing partners and be backed with detailed motivation:


Viris in numeris, 0837.323.301, Amerikalei 35, 2000 Antwerp, Belgium