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Facebook Reverses Ban on Cryptocurrency Ads.





Facebook has updated its policy to allow cryptocurrencies to once again be advertised, while upholding its ban on the promotion of initial coin offerings (ICOs), in an announcement published Tuesday, June 26.

The announcement says the company has been looking into the best way of "refining" its blanket ban on cryptocurrency-related advertising "over the last few months," in order to "allow some ads while also working to ensure that they're safe."

Facebook's revised "prohibited products and services policy" now states:

"Starting June 26, we'll [....] allow ads that promote cryptocurrency and related content form pre-approved advertisers. But we'll continue to prohibit ads that promote binary options and initial coin offerings."
 The newly updated policy requires advertisers wanting to run ads for cryptocurrency products and services to submit an application to allow Facebook to assess their eligibility. Applicants are instructed to include "any licenses they have obtained, whether they are traded on a public stock exchange, and other relevant public backgrounds on their business."

Given these restrictions, Facebook concedes that "not everyone who wants to advertise will be able to do so." The company says it will listen to feedback and "if necessary" revise its policy over time. it also states it will continue to "study" the technology underpinning cryptocurrencies as it continues to develop its policy.

Facebook first introduced its ban in January 2018, which it said was designed to prevent "ads that promote financial products and services that are frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices."


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