Brave Browser Launches Trial for Advertising Program

Brave Software, the publisher of an open-source web browser boasting enhanced privacy features, built-in ad blocker, and built-in cryptocurrency (Basic Attention Token [BAT]), has commenced the trial phase of its ad program. Brave users who participate in the trial for… Continue Reading

Japan Cracks Down on Illegal Use of Computers to Mine Crypto

The police in Japan are cracking down on the illegal use of personal computers for cryptocurrency mining. Multiple prefectural police departments are currently investigating one particular case and pursuing criminal charges, which would make it the first criminal case in… Continue Reading

More Communities Join the Legal Action against Crypto Ads Ban

Cryptocurrency associations and businesses from Switzerland, Kazakhstan and Armenia have joined the initiative to sue Internet corporations over restrictions on crypto-related advertisements. The class action lawsuit will be filed in New York. Legal costs will be covered with funds raised… Continue Reading

Companies Outsource Marketing to India Amid Ban on Crypto Ads

The outsourcing of advertising is becoming a promising opportunity for many marketing firms in India. Restrictions on crypto ads, imposed by giants like Facebook and Google, are forcing crypto businesses to seek alternative ways to reach customers and investors. The… Continue Reading

Mailchimp Latest Company to Ban Cryptocurrency Advertising

Popular email automation company, Mailchimp, has become the latest company to ban promotional materials pertaining to initial coin offerings and cryptocurrencies. The ban is formally acknowledged in the company’s new terms of service, which was updated on March 29. Also… Continue Reading

Russian, Chinese, Korean Associations to Sue Internet Giants Over Banned Crypto Ads

Cryptocurrency and blockchain associations from Russia, China and South Korea plan to file a class action against internet corporations banning crypto ads. The lawsuit will challenge restrictions imposed by Facebook, Google, Twitter and Yandex. An agreement to take the matter… Continue Reading

Twitter Confirms Restrictions on ICOs and Cryptocurrency Token Sale Ads

Twitter has confirmed the reports from earlier this month that it will ban ads for Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) all around the world. From now on any project that is conducting a token sale will only be allowed to run… Continue Reading

Report: Twitter Prepares Ban on Crypto Ads

Twitter is reportedly preparing to prohibit advertisements for ICOs, token sales, and cryptocurrency wallets. The new advertising policy is expected to come into effect in a couple weeks. The microblogging site is said to impose a ban on ads for… Continue Reading

Lawsuit Challenges Google’s Ban on Crypto Ads in Russia

A lawsuit has been filed against Google in Russia after the company announced restrictions on cryptocurrency-related ads. Entrepreneur Vladimir Orehov demands a 2 billion ruble compensation from the Russian Google entity ООО «Гугл». He claims the ban will deprive him… Continue Reading

Google Bans Crypto Ads: No Currencies, ICOs, Exchanges, Wallets, Advice

The largest search engine on the planet, Google, announced formally it will restrict advertisement of “Cryptocurrencies and related content (including but not limited to initial coin offerings, cryptocurrency exchanges, cryptocurrency wallets, and cryptocurrency trading advice),” including aggregators and affiliates regarding… Continue Reading