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July 04, 2018, 10:05:13 PM
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"Facebook Relaxes Rules on Cryptocurrency Ads, Upholds Ban on ICOs"

how about this news?
https://www.financemagnates.com/cryptocurrency/news/facebook-relaxes-rules-cryptocurrency-ads-upholds-ban-icos/

"The relaxed rules will begin to ramp up across Facebook, Instagram, and its off-platform Audience Network."

would we to see a new positive reaction and bull or is it not enough?

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July 04, 2018, 11:05:49 PM
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Facebook is associated with instagram so that's an expected thing for Instagram as well.

would we to see a new positive reaction and bull or is it not enough?
There's a positive reaction from the market with these decisions but let's wait for some more.

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who will be next?
Twitter and Google.

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July 04, 2018, 11:33:04 PM
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I hate to bring you this news but F***book, Twitter and Google....

None of these are anything like a moral compass, they are utterly corrupt and against your interests and mine.

And we don't need "cryptocurrency adds."

That one is worth thinking over.
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July 04, 2018, 11:53:46 PM
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And we don't need "cryptocurrency adds."

That one is worth thinking over.
That's basically correct.

Even though without those ads the crypto market is surviving even before and it's proven and tested during prime years of bitcoin.

Those ads are only taken as an advantage by starting up crypto related companies but it's also good as well that they are not considering ICOs.

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July 05, 2018, 02:45:02 AM
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I hate to bring you this news but F***book, Twitter and Google....

None of these are anything like a moral compass, they are utterly corrupt and against your interests and mine.

And we don't need "cryptocurrency adds."

That one is worth thinking over.

I'm interested to know why you have such a negative reaction towards FB, Twitter and Google. These are largest social platforms out there and will be key in spreading info about crypto. With their support alone, crypto, bitcoin and blockhain tech will officially go mainstream. And this is our goal, right? For bitcoin to be a legit virtual currency?
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July 05, 2018, 04:57:30 AM
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"Facebook Relaxes Rules on Cryptocurrency Ads, Upholds Ban on ICOs"

how about this news?
https://www.financemagnates.com/cryptocurrency/news/facebook-relaxes-rules-cryptocurrency-ads-upholds-ban-icos/

"The relaxed rules will begin to ramp up across Facebook, Instagram, and its off-platform Audience Network."

would we to see a new positive reaction and bull or is it not enough?


Well they're bound to soften up sooner or later and though it has i think pushed btc above 6.5k again, it's still not enough to initiate the long awaited bull run for btc. That probably won't happen until later this year.

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July 05, 2018, 09:25:53 AM
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Good news for cryptocurrency, so I guess they do want to create their own coin.
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July 05, 2018, 09:27:53 PM
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I hate to bring you this news but F***book, Twitter and Google....

None of these are anything like a moral compass, they are utterly corrupt and against your interests and mine.

And we don't need "cryptocurrency adds."

That one is worth thinking over.

I'm interested to know why you have such a negative reaction towards FB, Twitter and Google. These are largest social platforms out there and will be key in spreading info about crypto. With their support alone, crypto, bitcoin and blockhain tech will officially go mainstream. And this is our goal, right? For bitcoin to be a legit virtual currency?

Why such a negative opinion?

Because they thoroughly deserve it.
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July 05, 2018, 10:04:52 PM
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I hate to bring you this news but F***book, Twitter and Google....

None of these are anything like a moral compass, they are utterly corrupt and against your interests and mine.

And we don't need "cryptocurrency adds."

That one is worth thinking over.
I'm interested to know why you have such a negative reaction towards FB, Twitter and Google.
He isn't negative about it, if you'll read thoroughly what he is saying, you'll understand his point.

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July 09, 2018, 04:35:51 PM
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He can zucc it. Not even any ban on crypto ads in that platform would really affect already established cryptocurrencies. As for ICOs, there are still sites like this forum were people who are already familiar with the scene would hear of them. IMHO, advertising here and in dedicated crypto blogs would be a more targeted approach than posting the ads on FB.

I hate to bring you this news but F***book, Twitter and Google....

None of these are anything like a moral compass, they are utterly corrupt and against your interests and mine.

And we don't need "cryptocurrency adds."

That one is worth thinking over.

I'm interested to know why you have such a negative reaction towards FB, Twitter and Google. These are largest social platforms out there and will be key in spreading info about crypto. With their support alone, crypto, bitcoin and blockhain tech will officially go mainstream. And this is our goal, right? For bitcoin to be a legit virtual currency?

Why? Have no never heard of the Cambridge Analytica scandal? These platforms have grown too big that they can basically manipulate the narrative now. Take a look at this for example. https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2017/12/28/1772598/facebook-tool-democracy-or-global-business  Bet there are more examples from other countries.

Oh, and did we mention that they have your data and track everything you do online? These people never had our interest in their mind.

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