📘Protocol Disclaimer

The Mint Club protocol consists of public, open-source or source-available software, including smart contracts deployed on blockchains like Ethereum. Using the Mint Club protocol carries risks such as potential losses while supplying digital assets to it, and price fluctuations in tokens or NFTs within bonding curve-backed liquidity pools. Review the documentation thoroughly to understand the workings of the Mint Club protocol. The Mint Club protocol is accessible through various interfaces, and you should assess these interfaces for associated fees and risks.

As stated in the Mint Club protocol licenses, the protocol is provided "AS IS" and at your own risk, without warranties. Mint Club developed much of the initial code but does not own, control, or provide the protocol, which operates through smart contracts on public blockchains. Protocol upgrades and modifications are constrained by the non-upgradable nature of its smart contracts. No one involved in creating the Mint Club protocol bears liability for any claims or damages from your use, or inability to use, or interactions within the protocol. This includes any direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive, or consequential damages, or loss of profits, cryptocurrencies, tokens, or other values.

While we have made every effort to ensure protocol security, including extensive community and CertiK security audits, potential hidden errors, bugs, or vulnerabilities may still exist. Mint Club does not assume responsibility for any financial losses or value decreases due to protocol/contract issues. Users are fully responsible for conducting their own research prior to using the Mint Club protocol.

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