Within the framework of the new rules of Facebook advertising activities, in the social network, as well as the Instagram service, it is prohibited to use its advertising platform to advertise any products related to the organization of ICO, crypto-currencies and binary options.
It is noteworthy that the listed innovative financial instruments have been banned under the list, including narcotic drugs, weapons, tobacco products, porn and a number of other things.
As representatives of Facebook note, the key task of the new advertising policy is to eliminate unnecessary risks for platform users: they should learn from information posted on them only about those goods and services that can not be related to fraud in any way. Unfortunately, representatives of the social network say, lately information is increasingly appearing about fraudulent schemes used by companies advertising binary options, crypto-currencies and ICO.
At this stage, the ban has the widest possible coverage, but in the future it is possible that it will be revised somewhat. To do this, Facebook is planning to learn how to track ads that are fraudulent.
TheBitcoinNews.com – Bitcoin News source since June 2011 –
Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to consumer protections. TheBitcoinNews.com holds several Cryptocurrencies, and this information does NOT constitute investment advice or an offer to invest.
Everything on this website can be seen as Advertisment and most comes from Press Releases, TheBitcoinNews.com is is not responsible for any of the content of or from external sites and feeds. Sponsored posts are always flagged as this, guest posts, guest articles and PRs are most time but NOT always flagged as this. Expert opinions and Price predictions are not supported by us and comes up from 3th part websites.
Advertise with us : Advertise