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Google is thinking about banning advertising of crypto-currencies, and users of Facebook find a fun way to get around such bans

Google is thinking about banning advertising of crypto-currencies, and users of Facebook find a fun way to get around such bans

Last week the social networking giant announced that on the platform of Facebook and Instagram will be banned any advertising, which in one way or another connected with the cryptocurrency. On the background of this decision, the canadian regulator found that Google should follow the example of Facebook. Senior expert of the Commission on securities… More

Chinese search engines and social networks have started to block ads cryptocurrency. Dire consequences for NEO

Chinese search engines and social networks have started to block ads cryptocurrency. Dire consequences for NEO

China’s ongoing harsh suppression of any activities related to the cryptocurrency. In the latest round of large-scale social networks and search engines have ceased to display advertising or sponsored content associated with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The last few months were not easy for the cryptocurrency in mainland China. First, the people’s Bank of China… More

Facebook banned advertising of crypto-currencies and ICO

Facebook banned advertising of crypto-currencies and ICO

Facebook has updated its advertising policy, announcing Tuesday on his blog on January 30, which prohibits advertising “deceptive,” which, according to its opinion, includes advertising of crypto-currencies and ICO. The statement claimed that there are “many companies” that use Facebook platform for advertising financial products such as binary options, crypto-currencies and ICO, but they do… More

Chinese investors back in the game and buy crypto-currencies, bypassing the government ban

Chinese investors back in the game and buy crypto-currencies, bypassing the government ban

Chinese citizens still invest in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, despite the strict measures and repression by the government. In September 2017, the Chinese cryptocurrency exchanges BTCC China, Huobi and OKCoin on the orders of the government were forced to cease their activities in China. During the government investigation the managers of these exchanges weren’t even… More