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Eurasian Crypto Association Files a Lawsuit against Google, Facebook, Twitter and Yandex for Banning Crypto Ads
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Eurasian Crypto Association Files a Lawsuit against Google, Facebook, Twitter and Yandex for Banning Crypto Ads
 The Russian Association of Crypto-Currency and Block-Finish (RACIB) together with the industry associations of China and Korea plan to file a joint lawsuit against Google, Twitter, Facebook and Yandex in May for not allowing advertising for crypto-currencies, reported by local newspaper TASS on March 27. The announcement came from the president of RACIB, Yuri Pripachkin during the congress “Blokchein RF-2018”. He told, a one-time refusal of the specified companies from…
Snapchat Snaps out ICO Advertisements
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Snapchat Snaps out ICO Advertisements
 Snapchat known for its multimedia messaging social media platform was developed by Evan Spiegel, Bobby Murphy and Reggie Brown – all former students at Stanford University. Popular for its photos being available only for a short time, it has evolved into featuring stories and even discovering photos and videos nearby. It has 187 million daily active users, which puts it in the top list of social media platforms. Coindesk reported…
Cryptocurrency Ads to Be Banned On Twitter Starting Today
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Cryptocurrency Ads to Be Banned On Twitter Starting Today
The social media giant has confirmed its intention to follow the footsteps of Facebook and Google in getting rid of crypto-related advertising. In an emailed statement on Monday, Twitter spokesperson confirmed that the restrictions will encompass ICOs, crypto wallets, token sales, as well as most crypto exchanges, with limited exceptions for public companies listed on major stock markets. The new policy will be fully implemented over the course of next…
The CLOUD Act Has Been Passed and It’s Got the Crypto Community Worried
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The CLOUD Act Has Been Passed and It’s Got the Crypto Community Worried
 Facing a potential government shutdown, the United States President Donald Trump has signed an omnibus spending bill of well over a trillion USD. Among its 2232 pages, the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data (CLOUD) act was cleverly embedded with no true opportunity for opposition against it. The CLOUD act will allow the US law enforcement broader access to Americans’ data, in addition to foreign governments gaining access to US…