Bing To Ban CryptoCurrency Adverts From June

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I’ve not been a fan of cryptocurrencies from the beginning, and I wasn’t surprised seeing this information about top search engines and social media platforms stopping adverts from them. Earlier this year, Facebook, Google, Twitters and others announced that it has banned Cryptocurrency ads from its network and it will take effects from June 2018.

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Bing Search Engine announced in a blog post that it will be disallowing cryptocurrency ads, related products and unregulated binaray option.

To help protect our users from this risk, we have made the decision to disallow advertising for cryptocurrency, cryptocurrency related products, and un-regulated binary options. Bing Ads will implement this change to our financial product and services policy globally in June, with enforcement rolling out in late June to early July.

Meaning from June, you’ll no longer see cryptocurrency adverts on Google, Twitter, and Bing.


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  1. Anyways it doesn’t matter, bitcoin will continue to operate

  2. Bitcoin is well regulated I can’t say the same for others but they should not ban bitcoin

  3. Well we don’t mind, it will gain popularity by other means. Bitcoin must remain non-government regulated

  4. As long as d information needed can searched on Google then it ok

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