Twitter Joins Facebook and Google To Ban Cryptocurrency Ads

Twitter is the latest company to ban Cryptocurrency related ads after the likes of Google and Facebook also banned ads from Bitcoin, Ethereum, Swisscoin and other crypto platforms.

While 2017 was a relatively good year for Cryptocurrency, 2018 is showing signs of bad news in the business. The value of most crypto platforms are depreciating by the day.
Twitter ban Cryptocurrency ads

I know how much I invested in Bitcoin and Ether early this year. Also last year, I invested much on Swisscoin but all seems to be heading towards yabaleft.

Anyway, be it as it may, the hustle must continue. One thing that has sustained me all the days of my life is determination. I always refuse to quit no matter the condition and I always have plan B in all my adventures.

Once online business is concerned, one has to spread his or her tentacles across different platforms so that if one door closes, another will surely open.

My hope is not totally lost in Cryptocurrency but if the worst happens and I loose all the money I pushed into it, life continues. For now, I won't still sell my coins in panic. I will wait till the end.

Now back to the topic, Twitter announced that a new Policy will be rolled out in the course of the next 30 days, and the policy prohibits advertising of initial coin offerings, ICOs, a form of crowd-funding used to raise cash by creating new coins.

Also included are adverts that promote token sales and crypto wallet services, the company said in a statement. The policy will also ban adverts from crypto-exchanges, with some limited exceptions.

For Japan, these will be limited to crypto exchanges regulated by its national financial regulator, Twitter said.

Twitter said this month it was taking measures to prevent crypto-related accounts from engaging with others in a deceptive manner,’ but it has faced calls to go further after bans by Facebook and Google.


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