With Facebook and Google blacklisting ICO and crypto ads, where can crypto-projects promote themselves now?

With Facebook and Google blacklisting ICO and crypto ads, where can crypto-projects promote themselves now?

Back in January, price of the surge, Facebook has been banned for all types of crypto and ICO ads. In their words, they have been “associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices, such as binary options, initial coin offerings and cryptocurrency”.

The price has been caused by a boom on the market, That's why Facebook, like Google, Twitter, and others, including subsidiary services like YouTube, followed by.

Of course, most of the crypto teams are not happy with it. How do we follow our ICO and blockchain?

However, it is still possible to crypto activities, although it’s not. For instance, Facebook allows it. For all the requested documents, please see the background of their business.

This is where your crypto-related services.

Anyway, there’s no need to panic, even if you’ve got a project. According to our listing services, popular calendars and cryptomedia platforms.

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