Google has introduced a new policy for cryptocurrency advertising which is all set to go into effect starting October.
- Aditya Worah
- Sep 25, 2018
Facebook has relaxed their policies and now allows for some ads. The first name which has been whitelisted is that of Coinbase.
Months after announcing the ban, these internet giants continue to face a backlash from the crypto-community, which is upset about being treated unfairly.
The latest name to announce a ban against crypto-ads is of Microsoft Bing - the second largest search engine on the planet! The ban will be enforced from July.
Eric Ly, the co-founder of LinkedIn has commented that the cryptocurrency ad-ban imposed by various social media platforms is a temporary trend!
Popular email marketing service MailChimp has now announced that they will be banning all cryptocurrency campaigns and ICO promotions from their platform.
While Google and Facebook recently announced that they are banning cryptocurrency and ICO related ads, Reddit has imposed a ban on crypto-ads since 2016, without any press releases and warnings!
Starting June 2018, Google will no longer allow cryptocurrency and ICO related advertisements on Google Search, Display Ad Networks and YouTube.