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Microsoft Bing To Ban Cryptocurrency Ads From June

Why are all these companies all working against the emergence and establishment of Cryptocurrencies? Microsoft’s Bing search engine has today announced that it’s going to trail the steps of others to banned Cryptocurrency Ads.

Earlier this year, Google, Facebook, Twitters and others announced that they are going to ban Cryptocurrency ads from their network, most of them are currently in action while that of Google will take effects from June 2018.

However, in spite of all these bashing from all these companies, most of the cryptocurrencies keeps soaring high. Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrency has been rising and falling.

Bing Search Engine announced via a blog post that it will stop cryptocurrency ads, related products and unregulated binary 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.”

This simply implies that from June this year, cryptocurrency adverts will no longer be seen on Google, Twitter, and Bing. Well, this can never stop the rise of cryptocurrency.

Andre is a network engineer with a solid technical background and a proven record in building and troubleshooting computer systems, networking, website design and blogging with broad knowledge on call center operations and administration. Above all, a man with great desire in sharing his knowledge and views, cutting across technology, social and politics.

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