HoneyBadger User Agreement

This User Agreement (the “Agreement”) governs the relationship between HoneyBadger Enterprises Ltd., operating as HoneyBadger (referred to as “HoneyBadger,” “we,” or “us”), and users (referred to as “you”) of our Services. These terms and conditions apply to your use of our website, mobile app, platform, ATMs, BTMs, kiosks, applications, and any products, software, or services accessible through our website (collectively, the “Site”) or provided by us or our affiliated or partner companies (collectively, our “Services”). Your acceptance of these terms and conditions is a prerequisite for using our Services.

1. services

HoneyBadger facilitates the buying and selling of cryptocurrencies, including but not limited to Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum (collectively referred to as “cryptocurrencies”), using Canadian Dollars at HoneyBadger’s ATMs or via our Site. Please note that we do not hold, store, or manage any cryptocurrencies or Canadian Dollars on your behalf. The handling of cryptocurrencies after completing a transaction falls outside the scope of our services.

In certain cases, such as during initial account registration or if suspicious or fraudulent activity is suspected, HoneyBadger reserves the right to delay or decline transaction processing through our Services. Transactions may be subject to review for suspicious or fraudulent activity, compliance with know-your-client (“KYC”) requirements, anti-money laundering (“AML”) measures, and other reasonable purposes determined at our sole discretion. Our Services may only be used for lawful purposes and in compliance with applicable laws.

2. User Acknowledgement

By utilizing our Services, you acknowledge and agree to the following:


  • HoneyBadger is not liable for any losses associated with your use of cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies carry inherent risks, and using them may lead to total or partial loss of funds used to acquire or the cryptocurrencies themselves. Cryptocurrency transactions are irreversible once executed, and cryptocurrency prices are subject to frequent and significant fluctuations. You assume all risks associated with using cryptocurrencies and our Services.
  • Cryptocurrencies are not currently recognized as legal tender in Canada.
  • Buying and selling cryptocurrencies may have tax implications, and it is your sole responsibility to calculate, report, and remit any applicable taxes resulting from your cryptocurrency transactions.
  • HoneyBadger is not a bank, credit union, or financial institution. We solely facilitate cryptocurrency transactions.
  • Our Services rely on the internet, blockchain networks, and third-party software. We are not responsible for losses arising from internet-related delays, delivery failures, or other issues tied to the use of the internet, blockchain networks, or third-party software.
  • You are solely responsible for ensuring the accuracy of all information required for using our Services before proceeding with a transaction. We bear no responsibility for errors in providing wallet addresses for cryptocurrency deposits or transfers.
  • We are not liable for losses arising from transaction delays or refusals due to suspected fraudulent activity, client verification requirements, AML measures, or other reasonable purposes, as determined by us from time to time.
  • We do not offer support or advice regarding cryptocurrencies; our support is limited to assisting with the use of our Services before a transaction is completed.
  • You are of legal age (18+) to enter into this Agreement in the Canadian province where our Services are accessed, and you have not been previously suspended or restricted from using our Services.
  • By using our Services, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agree to abide by all the terms and conditions outlined in this Agreement.

3. FINTRAC Compliance – Suspicious or Fraudulent Activities

HoneyBadger is a federally registered Money Services Business (“MSB”) in Canada and complies with all rules and regulations set forth by FINTRAC (Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada), including the reporting of suspicious, fraudulent, or anti-money laundering activities.

We retain the right to refuse or terminate any transaction that we perceive as excessively risky or potentially fraudulent or suspicious, at our sole discretion. We are committed to reporting all suspicious or fraudulent transactions to FINTRAC, in accordance with our legal obligations as an MSB.