Last Updated: September 23, 2022


Cookies are small text files that a web browser can store in its memory. They are designed to help web content creators understand and facilitate their visitors. This can include tracking a user's behavior, storing website preferences, preventing fraud, and more. On this page, we explain how we use cookies.

How are cookies used on this site?

Cookies help us improve the user experience and ensure the security of the site against fraud and other harms. Below are the main reasons we implement cookies:


We use some cookies to ensure that our site functions as intended. This includes:

  • Language preferences
  • Fraud protection
  • Site preferences and features

Analysis and Development

We also use cookies to understand how the site is used, so we can improve the user experience and make enhancements and innovations to the site.


Cookies also allow us to deliver more effective advertising on our website. However, we do not have any personally identifiable information about you; the advertising infrastructure performs this anonymously.

Other similar technologies

Pixel Tags

We also implement Pixel Tags to track user actions related to marketing campaigns, collect statistics, and more.

Third-party Analytics

We use Google Analytics and Yandex Metrica to collect and analyze data on how visitors use the website. Learn more on the Google website and Yandex website.


We use Drift on our website to provide users with a quick and easy way to communicate with us via chat.

Managing Cookies

Most browsers allow you to change your cookie preferences. Below are some links that may help if you wish to change how cookies are processed by your browser. If you choose to disable cookies, some features of this website may not work as intended.