Privacy Policy

At Tria, (previously Threely), a product built by Threely Dimensions Inc., a Delaware corporation we are dedicated to ensuring the privacy and security of our users. This Privacy Policy ("Policy") outlines how we handle information when you use our non-custodial crypto wallet ("Wallet"). By using the Wallet, you consent to the practices described in this Policy.

1. Information Collection

We do not collect or store any personal or non-personal information when you use our Wallet. Our Wallet is designed in a manner that does not require the collection or storage of any user data.

2. Recovery Functionality

In order to provide recovery functionality for your Wallet, we may offer the option to associate an email address with your account. However, we do not store or process this email address. Instead, we convert the email address to a hashed format that is unrecognizable by our backend/infrastructure systems. This hashed format is used solely for the purpose of facilitating account recovery. Please note that if you choose to use a third-party email sending provider for account recovery, they may collect and process your email address. We do not share any @tria account information with these third-party providers.

3. Onramp Crypto Buy/On-ramp Provider

Our Wallet may integrate with an onramp crypto buy provider to offer you the ability to purchase cryptocurrencies. Please note that when you choose to use the onramp crypto buy feature, the onramp crypto buy provider may collect certain information, including your blockchain wallet address. This information is collected and processed by the onramp crypto buy provider in accordance with their own privacy policy. We encourage you to review the privacy policy of the onramp crypto buy provider to understand how they handle your information.

As of August 3rd, 2023 – we are using View their privacy policy and terms here –,

4. RPC Providers

Our crypto wallet application utilizes multiple RPC (Remote Procedure Call) providers to facilitate seamless interactions with various blockchain networks. These RPC providers may collect certain data during the course of providing their services. This clause outlines the nature of data collection by RPC providers and how your information is handled.

What Information is Collected

When you use our crypto wallet application, the RPC providers may collect certain non-personal information about your device and the interactions you make with the blockchain networks through our application. This may include but is not limited to:

Device information: RPC providers may collect information about your device, such as the device's IP address, operating system, browser type, and version.

Transaction data: When you initiate transactions using our crypto wallet, the RPC providers may collect transaction-related data, such as sender and recipient addresses, transaction amounts, gas fees, and transaction status.

Blockchain activity: RPC providers may log interactions with the blockchain networks, such as smart contract calls, token transfers, and contract interactions, for the purpose of providing transaction status and other related services.

How the Information is Used

The data collected by RPC providers is primarily used to process and facilitate blockchain transactions, validate transaction status, and provide relevant information related to blockchain activities. The information may also be used by the RPC providers for internal analytical purposes to improve the performance and reliability of their services.

Below are the RPC providers we use in Tria Wallet Beta:


5. Social Account Registration or Logins

Our company is committed to maintaining the highest standards of privacy and security with respect to Google user data. We do not have direct access to Google's user account. The only data we store are user Google GID and email addresses, which are essential for our authentication purposes. We assure our users that this information is handled with the utmost care and confidentiality. Furthermore, we do not share any user data with customers or third parties unless required by law or with explicit consent from the users. Our practices are designed to respect user privacy and comply with relevant data protection laws.

6. Data Security

We have implemented appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect the security of your information. However, please be aware that no data transmission or storage system can be guaranteed to be 100% secure.

(a) A Wallet may be subject to certain exploits and Tria is not responsible for any such exploits. While Tria has taken a number of precautions to ensure the security of the Wallet, the technology is relatively new and in Beta and it is not possible to guarantee that the code is 100% free from bugs or errors. Users accept all risks that arise from using the Wallet, including, and not limited to, the risk of any funds being lost due to an exploit.

(b) You are solely responsible for securing your Login Credentials and any device you use to access your Wallet. You understand that anyone who obtains your Login Credentials and access to your device may access your Wallet with or without your authorization and may transfer any Blockchain Assets accessible through your Wallet.

6. International Data Transfer

As we do not collect or store any information, there are no international data transfers associated with our Wallet.

7. Changes to this Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to modify or update this Privacy Policy at any time. If we make material changes, we will notify you through a notice on the Wallet's website. Your continued use of the Wallet after the effective date of the revised Privacy Policy constitutes your acceptance of the changes.

8. Contact Us

If you have any questions, concerns, or requests regarding this Privacy Policy or our data practices, please contact us at