Published On: Wed, May 16th, 2018

First Facebook and Google, Now Bing Moves to Ban Cryptocurrency Advertising

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Bing is now hopping on the cryptocurrency ban bandwagon, joining Facebook and Google in not allowing any advertising for crypto-related products, as well as unregulated binary options.
The search engine of Microsoft, Bing, will no longer be displaying ads for the cryptocurrency space. The banning includes cryptocurrencies, crypto-related products, and unregulated binary options. The decision comes as a change envisioned in the company’s policy regarding financial products and services, and it shall take partial effect in June followed by a fully-fledged ban at the end of June or beginning of July.

Following in the Footsteps of the Big Boys
Cryptocurrency advertising has undoubtedly seen better days than those in the first quarter of 2018. Earlier this year, Facebook announced that it will curb crypto ads because they are oftentimes related to “misleading or deceptive practices.”
Building on the Facebook ban, Google also moved to ban crypto-related advertising as well as ads for both unregulated and speculative financial products including binary options, foreign exchange markets, and contracts for difference (CFDs). In late March, Twitter publicly announced that they will begin banning crypto-related ads on a worldwide scale.
Now, a few months later, Bing hops on the crypto-ad …

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