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The content of the website https://www.ecole.cc/, any references made within it as well as any accompanying documentation (together the “Website”) are of purely informational nature. In particular, none of the content of the Website shall be understood as advice provided by the ECOLE project team (any private individual or legal entity involved in the ECOLE project, in particular the team members mentioned on the Website itself, together the “ECOLE Project Team”), nor does the ECOLE Project Team warrant the actuality and accuracy of the information on the Website.

The ECOLE Application is a decentralized application which runs on the Binance Smart Chain and therefore can easily be integrated into third-party projects and/or applications (such as DeFi applications, exchanges etc.). The same applies to the ECOLE token. Any reference to such an integration or use-case within the Website is of informational purpose only. The ECOLE team is not involved, does not support, audit, monitor nor is otherwise connected to any such third-party project or application. Accordingly, the ECOLE Project Team does not make any statement regarding technical functionality and/or the trustworthiness of any third-party project whether mentioned on the Website or elsewhere. There is no official cooperation, and the use of any third-party project is made by any user at its own risk. To assess the trustworthiness of third-party projects lies in the sole responsibility of such users and must be made carefully.

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The number of arbitrators shall be one and such arbitrators shall be selected by mutual agreement of the Parties.

The seat of the arbitration shall be North Carolina.

The arbitral proceedings shall be conducted in English.

Notwithstanding the above, the parties may agree at any time to submit the dispute to mediation in accordance with the U.S Rules of Commercial Mediation of North Carolina state law.