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Facebook Drops Crypto-related Ad Ban - Details by DonJobless: 2:47pm On May 09, 2019

Facebook is going mild on its ad ban for a number of cryptocurrency-related products and offerings.In a blog post released by Facebook, it explained it will “no longer require pre-approval for ads related to blockchain technology, industry news, education or events related to cryptocurrency.”However, certain crypto-related ads, such as those for initial coin offerings still remains banned. With regards to promoting cryptocurrencies or crypto exchanges, Facebook will continue to demand prospective advertisers firstly obtain pre-approval. This is the second time Facebook has loosened its policy on crypto-related ads since January 2018, when it introduced the ban.It has also been rumored that Facebook is working seriously on its on Cryptocurrency.

From Testboo.com - https://testboo.com/facebook-drops-crypto-related-ad-ban-details/

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