Cookies Policy

What is a Cookie?
Small data files have been uploaded to our website to improve your browsing experience. These files are called “cookies” and are especially necessary for your navigation as technical cookies. In addition, our website may also use non-technical and third-party cookies, including social media and search engine cookies, but not limited to them. Cookies are small text files sent to the terminal (PC, smartphone, tablet, laptop) of the website visitor, usually through the browser.
Some operations can only be performed with the use of cookies, and executing these operations without the existence of cookies that serve to identify the user during the session would be much more complex and less secure.
Cookies may be persistent (that are not deleted after the browser is closed; and remain until a predetermined expiration date), and session cookies - that are deleted after the browser is closed.
The categories below explain the types of cookies and what they do.
Strictly Necessary (aka Technical) Cookies
These cookies are necessary for the website functionality and cannot be disabled without disturbance of the website operation. These cookies will always be active unless you change the settings in the browser as described in this Cookies Policy. Changing these settings may affect the viewing of the pages of our website as it cannot function properly without these cookies.
NamePurposePresenceProvider
steamRefresh_steamCookie is responsible for the functionality of the Skins transactions initiations feature.180 dayswhite.market
steamLoginSecureCookie is responsible for the functionality of the Skins transactions initiations feature.Instantwhite.market
__cf_bmCloudflare’s products mitigate automated traffic and protect websites from bots.30 min.CloudFlare
cf_ob_infoThe cf_ob_info cookie provides information on the HTTP Status Code returned by the origin web server; helps to identify and track the specific request that encountered an issue or failed, allowing for easier troubleshooting and analysis of the problem; identifies the particular data center that processed the request or served the website content.30 secondsCloudFlare
cf_use_obThe cf_use_ob specifies a designated port from which Cloudflare should retrieve the requested resource; it supports serving web pages from its cache when the origin server is temporarily unavailable.30 secondsCloudFlare
__cfruidThe __cfruid cookie is required to manage incoming traffic and to have better visibility on the origin of a particular request.SessionCloudFlare
Functional Cookies
These cookies enable the website to provide enhanced functionality and personalization. For example, remembering which pages you visited and personalizing your experience based on this, setting cookies to enable the video to play, and maintaining security.
NamePurposePresenceProvider
tokenCookie remembers the visitor as the user, allowing a smoother reauthorization process.1 monthwhite.market
NEXT_LOCALECookie gathers and remembers visitors’ language preferences.Sessionwhite.market
cookies-consentCookie gathers and remembers visitors’ preferences and consent for the cookies to be enabled.Sessionwhite.market
store-preferencesCookie gathers and remembers users’ filters during the skins search.Sessionwhite.market
scaleCookie remembers the scale of the website design.12 monthswhite.market
themeCookie remembers the website design chosen by the visitor (dark or light).12 monthswhite.market
terms-confirmedCookie verifies that the visitor has accepted the Terms of Use prior to registration as a user and has given consent to the terms and rules of this document.12 monthswhite.market
__cfwaitingroomThe primary function of this cookie is to track visitors accessing a waiting room enabled for a specific host and path combination, when visitors attempt to access this designated area, the cookie monitors and manages this activity. If a visitor's browser does not accept cookies or has cookies disabled, they won't be able to access the designated host and path combination when the waiting room is active.Instant, until the visitor connects to the websiteCloudFlare
__cflbThe primary function of this cookie is to track visitors’ IP, distributing incoming network traffic across multiple servers to ensure efficient resource utilization, maximize throughput, and minimize response time. Ensures a seamless experience for visitors, especially when performing actions like keeping items in a shopping cart intact while they navigate around the website.SessionCloudFlare
_cfuvidThe cookie differentiates individual users who share the same IP address, distinguishing and treating them as separate users. This differentiation helps in maintaining security by allowing the WAF to apply distinct rate limits, rules, or restrictions to each user. Visitors who do not provide the "_cfuvid" cookie are likely to be grouped together as a collective unit sharing the same IP address and implementing the same security or access policies.SessionCloudFlare
Analysis (aka Performance) Cookies
These cookies are used to collect information anonymously about the website's use, such as the pages visited by users, time spent, number of clicks, favorite pages, etc. The anonymized information is used to measure the activity of the websites to prepare navigation plans for the users and edit the website.
NamePurposePresenceProvider
__utmaThe cookie differentiates individual users who share the same IP address, distinguishing and treating them as separate users. This differentiation helps in maintaining adequate work of Google Analytics.2 yearsGoogle Analytics
__utmtLimits the amount of the requests.10 min.Google Analytics
__utmbThis cookie is used to establish and continue a session with a website. When a user views a page on a website, the Google Analytics code attempts to update this cookie. If it does not find the cookie, a new one is written and a new session is established. Each time a visitor visits a different page on the website; this cookie is updated to expire in 30 minutes, thus continuing a single session for as long as visitor activity continues within 30-minute intervals. This cookie expires when a visitor pauses on a page on the website for longer than 30 minutes.30 min.Google Analytics
__utmcNot used in ga.js. Set for interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operated in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the visitor was in a new session/visit.SessionGoogle Analytics
__utmzThis cookie stores the type of referral the visitor uses to reach the website, whether via a direct method, a referring link, a website search, or a campaign such as an ad or an email link. It is used to calculate search engine traffic, ad campaigns, and page navigation within the website.6 monthsGoogle Analytics
__utmvUsed to store visitor-level custom variable data. This cookie is created when a developer uses the _setCustomVar method with a visitor-level custom variable. This cookie was also used for the deprecated _setVar method. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.2 yearsGoogle Analytics
_clckPersists the Clarity User ID and preferences, unique to that site are attributed to the same user ID.1 yearMicrosoft Clarity
_clskConnects multiple page views by a visitor into a single session recording.1 dayMicrosoft Clarity
CLIDIdentifies the visitor’s first-time visit to the website.1 yearMicrosoft Clarity
ANONCHKIndicates whether Microsoft User ID is transferred to Advertising ID, a cookie used for advertising. This is always set to 0.10 minutesMicrosoft Clarity
MUIDIdentifies unique web browsers visiting Microsoft sites. These cookies are used for advertising, site analytics, and other operational purposes.1 yearMicrosoft Clarity
SMUsed in synchronizing the Microsoft User ID across Microsoft domains.SessionMicrosoft Clarity
How to disable cookies?
It is possible to disable, delete, or block cookies by configuring the browser settings. The example of the popular browsers are shown at the following links:
You may as well also disable and prevent accepting of the Google cookies by installing the extension - https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Disabling or limiting cookies can negatively impact your user experience on our website, as it may prevent our website from personalizing your experience. Additionally, it may prevent you from saving customized settings like login information.
Cookie Policy Amendments
This Cookie Policy is effective as of the date of publishing on this Website and will remain in effect except with respect to any changes in its provisions in the future, that come into force and will be applied immediately after they are published on the Website.
We may update and/or change the terms of this Cookie Policy, and We will ask you to provide consent via the banner on the website. With each subsequent visit to the Website, the visitor shall familiarize himself/herself with a new version of the Cookie Policy (if any). Continued visits to the Website, as well as cookies acceptance/rejection, will mean the visitor’s acceptance of the terms and conditions of a new version of the Cookie Policy.
Contact information
If you have any questions or concerns about cookies, contact us via email [email protected]
The website is managed by the Whitemarket group (as defined in WhiteMarket Terms of Use).