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January 23, 2016, 09:14:16 PM
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adsense is not allowed on gambling and faucet sites..it's a matter of time until they get you Wink

Making content for Adsense is such a hard time. They have insanely strict policies on censorship. At the sightlest bit of not having them in order, they will cancel your account for life potentially, it's crazy!

And then, we have millonaries like that Perez Hilton guy making millions of AdSense, because if you bring a lot of traffic, you have a special TOS, and you can run trash on your website that would get a small website banned in seconds. Same as always, the rich make the rules.

That is why they will have big troubles once bitcoin advertising takes off.

After that nobody will use their shitty service with their strict policies.

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January 23, 2016, 09:25:09 PM
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its a little bit sad that a faucet was taken down, it didnt do anything bad in my opinion, also it wasnt a gambling site so it shouldnt have had any problems with the licence or stuff like that
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January 23, 2016, 09:31:08 PM
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https://coin888.com/  Huh

Wonder why Google decided to take it down now. I used the website only an hour ago and came back to see this. Options for free bitcoin are really runnning low. Wish I could've withdrawn earlier from that website because I had 12000 satoshi on there.

Edit: It was a faucet not a gambling site.

I was using it Sad

Why Google did this? Maybe virus or something bad was in it?..

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January 23, 2016, 09:39:55 PM
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https://coin888.com/  Huh

Wonder why Google decided to take it down now. I used the website only an hour ago and came back to see this. Options for free bitcoin are really runnning low. Wish I could've withdrawn earlier from that website because I had 12000 satoshi on there.

Edit: It was a faucet not a gambling site.

I was using it Sad

Why Google did this? Maybe virus or something bad was in it?..
Google doing some stick work with bitcoin related faucets and sites just because of this in last few days many sites gone down and some which are surviving they cut too much in bonuses and paying amounts
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February 11, 2018, 10:52:04 PM
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I feel that the effect of Bitcoins on the economy of China will reportedly block anyone in the country from accessing websites that offer cryptocurrency trading services or initial coin offerings (ICOs). It is not surprising to find more and more websites being taken down due to the perspective of linking it to fiat system of China. The authorities in China have already banned ICOs and shut down domestic exchanges, but that didn’t solve the issue of people accessing foreign services within the country. Now, according to local media, China will block access to domestic and foreign services “to prevent financial risk.” China has a long tradition of blocking unwanted foreign websites using the so-called Great Firewall of China.
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February 11, 2018, 11:04:44 PM
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I don't understand. Google can certainly blacklist you, and stop sending you any traffic, but it's a search engine without any power to close a website anywhere. It's more likely the website's owner who has closed his site, taking his participants' BTC in the process.

This is the answer.

Google cannot do anything about it.
Obviously it was a scam. Thanks for all the hard work of those who did the faucet and now they ran.
What a cheap kind of scammers for just doing faucets. It is not even that large to make it all go away like that.
Or maybe someone invested something? Hmmm could be the reason behind it.
Anyway, next time be careful. Efforts are wasted.

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March 25, 2018, 05:14:57 PM
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If you are thinking how to make money on crypto currency I recommend newcomers to invest in a project, for example, in a project
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