Google has announced a crackdown on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency adverts. The move comes just over a bitcoin video ads after Facebook announced its own ban on cryptocurrency adverts, in an effort to tackle scams.
An advertising ecosystem that works for everyone’ and in it Spencer discussed how the company took down 3. 2 billion ads in 2017, which broke down to 100 ads per second. This means we’re able to block the majority of bad ad experiences, like malvertising and phishing scams, before the scams impact people,’ Spencer added. However, the most famous cryptocurrency has also its share of detractors, who point to its lack of regulation, incredibly volatile nature and strong connection to crime. 10,000 dollars on February 2 alone. As many as 4,700 websites were reportedly affected worldwide. We’re constantly updating our policies as we see new threats emerge.