1.1. Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH is a limited liability company under German law with its business address at Hohenzollerndamm 111, 14199 Berlin, Germany, and registered in the Commercial Register of the Charlottenburg District Court under HRB 235921 ("Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH").
1.2. Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH is active in the field of climate protection and environmental improvement through the use of blockchain technology and offers services and products on its platform www.beyondclimatealliance.org ("BCA Platform"). The products and services of Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH, as well as the use of the BCA Platform, are exclusively subject to the General Platform Terms and Conditions, which are available at www.beyondclimatealliance.org/agb ("BCA Platform Terms and Conditions").
1.3. The following General Terms and Conditions ("GTC") form the basis for the use of the website beyondclimatealliance.org ("BCA Information Site"). The current version of these GTC is available online and can be printed out or downloaded using the browser's print function.
2.1. The BCA information page is an information platform concerning Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH, its business activities, projects and climate and environmental protection in general. The BCA information page is available to every user of the website.
2.2. The BCA information page and these GTC do not constitute an invitation to invest and do not, in any way, relate to an offer of securities in any jurisdiction. The BCA information page is for general information purposes only.
2.3. Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH does not guarantee the topicality, correctness, completeness, accuracy or usability of the published content. In particular, oversights in the form of typing errors or misstatements are possible.
2.4. Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH provides the BCA information page with the respective available functions and grants access. There is no entitlement to the provision of certain functions or round-the-clock accessibility. Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH is entitled to make changes to content or functionalities at any time.
2.5. Maintenance work may affect the availability of the contents of the BCA information page. Maintenance measures will be carried out as sparingly as possible. Regular or scheduled maintenance work is carried out at times when general use is minimal and, in the case of considerable duration, is announced with sufficient notice in advance. In addition, unannounced maintenance measures may be necessary, such as unforeseeable malfunctions or for urgent reasons.
2.6. The use of the information on the BCA information page is at the user's own risk. The retrievable content represents the assessment and expectations of Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH, is not subject to quality control, is not suitable as a basis for decision-making and is intended solely for general discussion and information.
2.7. Any descriptions of or references to products or services of Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH are for informational purposes only and are not a substitute for expert advice tailored to individual needs. They do not constitute recommendations to buy or sell, nor are they to be understood as an assurance of any price developments. Information and simulations on performance, as well as forecasts of future performance, are not a reliable indicator of future performance. By their very nature, forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties. Various known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors could mean that the actual results, the financial situation, the development or the performance deviate substantially from any published estimates. Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH assumes no obligation to update such future-oriented statements or to adapt them to future events or developments.
4.1. Declarations, notifications, questions of any kind should be sent to Beyond Climate Alliance GmbH, Hohenzollerndamm 111, 14199 Berlin, email: firstname.lastname@example.org zu richten.
4.2. The law of the Republic of [Germany] shall apply to this contract and all claims arising from it. The UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and all provisions relating to the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods are expressly excluded. The same applies to the reference norms of international private law.
4.3. However, the statutory provisions on the restriction of the choice of law vis-à-vis consumers shall remain unaffected. Accordingly, the choice of law shall only apply insofar as the protection provided by mandatory provisions of the law of the country of the customer's habitual residence is not withdrawn ( principle of favourability).
4.4. The exclusively competent court in [Berlin, Germany] shall have jurisdiction over any dispute arising out of or in connection with these GTC, unless mandatory statutory provisions provide otherwise.