If the licensee files a paid application, if this application is approved by Zendesk, and if the licensee follows the necessary registration and list steps that are included and which have been communicated by other means to the licensee, the licensee can list the paid application on the Marketplace and charge subscribers for the purchase of the paid app. The fees levied on the sale of the licensed app (“purchase fee”) must be processed through the payment processor account for which the licensee is registered as part of the paid application list. The purchase costs are processed by the licensee`s subscriber through the liquidator. The purchase costs are paid into the licensee`s Payment Processor account, in accordance with the terms of the contract between the purchaser and the liquidator. Zendesk reserves the right to charge the licensee royalties for each aspect of the Marketplace, which were communicated to the licensee at the time of the list of the paid application or after a period of ten (ten) days to the licensee. The continuous list of the paid application in the market place after Zendesk notified of the collection of these royalties is considered a consent to the collection and collection of these royalties. 7.2. No oral or written advice or information that you have received from HitBTC or via or from the API is not a guarantee that is not expressly stated in this Agreement.
HitBTC does not guarantee that the API and documentation are suitable for use by the licensee, that the API or documentation is error-free or error-free, that the operation is continuous or that errors are corrected. In addition, HitBTC does not guarantee the results of using the API and documentation. 8. Support. The licensee undertakes to report to the company any errors or difficulties detected, as well as the conditions and symptoms characteristic of these errors and difficulties. The company is under no order to provide the licensee with a correction or assistance, but may provide, at its sole discretion, any correction and/or error assistance that the company may determine at its sole discretion (and anything it relates to is considered part of the API).