Four months after Google stops advertising for cryptographic currencies

The first Google ban in June was aimed at protecting consumers and banning the advertising of ICOs, portfolios and exchange services.


Google ended the advertising ban for cryptographic currencies and the search engine giant will allow licensed US and Japan scholarships to advertise.

The new policy is expected to come into force in October.

The first Google ban in June was aimed at protecting consumers and banning the advertising of ICOs, portfolios and exchange services.

Not only Google but Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat have banned the advertisement of cryptographic coins.

86% of Google’s revenue comes from advertising while in the first half of 2018 generated $ 54 billion.

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