Facebook changed its mind about banning cryptocurrency-related ads from the social network. Facebook now allows ads that promote cryptocurrency and related content, but only from pre-approved advertisers.
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After stealing data from 87 million Facebook users, Cambridge Analytica wants to help you protect your own personal data by selling it back to you with its own cryptocurrency. The firm has been exploring the use of blockchain for this.
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A startup promising a device to manage cryptocurrencies disappeared with more than $2 million in Ethereum after an ICO. The company's sole executive only communicated through text and has a questionable LinkedIn profile.
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The SEC has released a statement concerning the legality of endorsing cryptocurrency on social media. The statement implies that publicly endorsing Bitcoin may be illegal and liable to anti-fraud law.
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A few weeks after China decided to ban initial coin offerings (ICOs), another nation is following suit. South Korea has banned "raising money through all forms of virtual currencies," as per a Reuters report.
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