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April 14, 2018, 11:30:49 PM
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Well it is true that Bitcoin is banned in some social media like facebook. But it is still allowed in some others. Most people see Bitcoin as terrorism and such things. So, to improve their image, they had to do that.

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April 14, 2018, 11:43:31 PM
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Bitcoin is not banned in social media. The things that got banned are ICO Ads and they were banned because most of these Ads were being used to scam unsuspecting users who were willing to get in the market but didn't know how to go about it, if we are being honest with ourselves, the Ads ban did more good than harm to the market because those scams were not good for the market anyway.
Yes that is very right that bitcoin is not banned on social media, in fact bitcoin is going to sell very soon. I am hopeful that very soon bitcoin will become much more and bitcoin will even give osofnigin

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April 16, 2018, 03:18:08 AM
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Bitcoin is not banned in social media. The things that got banned are ICO Ads and they were banned because most of these Ads were being used to scam unsuspecting users who were willing to get in the market but didn't know how to go about it, if we are being honest with ourselves, the Ads ban did more good than harm to the market because those scams were not good for the market anyway.


I'm also in favor of the ad bans. Those lazy investors are the types of people who always get caught in these scams and this implementations can be described like a damage control.

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April 16, 2018, 04:21:47 AM
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is that real or fake news?...
i am confused of what people are disccussing about banning all cryptos and altcoins in social media,how should we know that its real or not...
im scared,because like me this is the way that i participate in bounty campaign,how can i participate those bounties if theres no twitter and facebook update for cryptos..

don't panic, you are just confused, some social medias are planning to ban ads in regards to bitcoin, not bitcoin itself, and it is just a plan, maybe some black propaganda of some FUDs, either way, you can still participate in bounty campaigns like signature and social media campaigns, it has nothing to do with retweets, share and likes on bitcoin- related stuff. so don.t overreact.

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April 16, 2018, 04:29:37 AM
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is that real or fake news?...
i am confused of what people are disccussing about banning all cryptos and altcoins in social media,how should we know that its real or not...
im scared,because like me this is the way that i participate in bounty campaign,how can i participate those bounties if theres no twitter and facebook update for cryptos..
Talks has been spread about the banning of bitcoin from large social media platforms but still we can see a lot of advertisements regarding bitcoin. True or not it created FUD on the market and is a factor for the prices to go down.

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April 16, 2018, 04:33:35 AM
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Some news is true that Bitcoin is banned in social media like Facebook.
However, i saw that it is still allowed in others. So, still believe that BTC is still developing.
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April 16, 2018, 04:43:22 AM
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The news is wrong. Google and some social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter only prohibit paid advertisements from Bitcoin and kriptocurrancy currencies. But ICO people and projects still have their accounts and can advertise their cryptos on this platform without any problems now. it's just that the crypto ads ban is still not due today.

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April 16, 2018, 04:49:52 AM
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is that real or fake news?...
i am confused of what people are disccussing about banning all cryptos and altcoins in social media,how should we know that its real or not...
im scared,because like me this is the way that i participate in bounty campaign,how can i participate those bounties if theres no twitter and facebook update for cryptos..

in my opinion there are still ads that exist in some social media like facebook I still often see ads about cryptocurrency but if facebook ban ads about the world of cryptocurrency then it should not be able to trigger a price reduction, this is likely a lot of new players are easily affected bad news so they fear and sell the assets they own.

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April 16, 2018, 04:57:30 AM
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is that real or fake news?...
i am confused of what people are disccussing about banning all cryptos and altcoins in social media,how should we know that its real or not...
im scared,because like me this is the way that i participate in bounty campaign,how can i participate those bounties if theres no twitter and facebook update for cryptos..


I am not keeping up with the prohibitions on facebook on ico advertising, not for bitcoin. Until now, there are many campaigns that still involve facebook. I'm not sure this is effective or not. however, I do not think it would have much effect now on the development of bitcoin and crypto.


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April 16, 2018, 05:10:37 AM
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Nope. I think bitcoin still allow on social media because if bitcoin is banned on social media, why are the manager of any social media don't complain about the bitcoin posts from the participants of social media so I think it is still fine.

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April 16, 2018, 05:31:42 AM
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I think this has long happened already. Haven't you heard about the news that Facebook and Twitter already banned ICO ads? Nevertheless, the last time I know, Twitter has not banned it completely but only those that the site perceives as scams involving faulty advertisements. Anyhow, make no mistake about this. It being banned on social media does not automatically translate to no means of learning on how to earn through it. You can be aggressive and creative at the same time by browsing the net. I, myself, did not resort to social medias to learn about bounty campaigns YET I am here. Do not make the ban an excuse to not earn in Bitcoin. It sure is not an impediment in this day and age.

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