Microsoft Corp. announced earlier this week that its native search engine, Bing, will ban all cryptocurrency-related ads by July of this year. The announcement was made in an official blog post in which the company’s Advertiser Policy Manager, Melissa Alsoszatai-Petheo, made it known to users that in the spirit of “constant work-policy evaluation” and in order to ensure that customers were being provided… Read More »
Georgi Georgiev · May 16, 2018 · 11:00 am Bing is now hopping on the cryptocurrency ban bandwagon, joining Facebook and Google in not allowing any advertising for crypto-related products, as well as unregulated binary options. The search engine of Microsoft, Bing, will no longer be displaying ads for the cryptocurrency space. The banning includes cryptocurrencies, crypto-related products, and… Read More »
Various technology companies do not take kindly to cryptocurrency ads. Google has banned such advertisements in the past. Facebook took a similar stance not that long ago. Now Microsoft is barring all related advertisements from its Bing search engine. None of these developments are positive, yet they aren’t the issue for any recent cryptocurrency price dip.
Advertisement Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Search engine Bing has joined social media giants Google, Twitter, and Facebook in banning cryptocurrency advertising, citing the need to protect users from scams. Bing made the announcement on its website May 14, saying it’s banning crypto ads because the virtual currency market is… Read More »