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Google Officially Removed The Crypto-Related Ads Ban, Taking Measures For New Ads

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In the latest digital currency news, we have Google in the spotlight as one of the main vehicles for search engine data which was known in the crypto world for banning all crypto-related content from its search engine advertisements.

However, the $828 billion search engine behemoth has officially decided to remove the ban on crypto-related ads, allowing regulated companies to use its platform to advertise their products.

The decision to ban the crypto-related ads came in March this year after an executive called Scott Spencer stated that the cryptocurrency investments have potential to cause harm in the financial markets. As he then stated:

“We don’t have a crystal ball to know where the future is going to go with cryptocurrencies, but we’ve seen enough consumer harm or potential for consumer harm that it’s an area that we want to approach with extreme caution.”

However, the reverse of this ban proves that Google is willing to work with legitimate projects and companies in the cryptocurrency sector. Even though the main aim of this ban was to keep users secure from all the ponzi schemes and crypto-related scams, Google also banned the ads by well-established companies in the sector such as Coinbase and Binance.

The good news, however, is that starting October 1st only verified companies in the crypto sector of US and Japan will be able to purchase crypto-related ads on Google. However, the procedure won’t be as per usual – the companies will be permitted to file applications with Google in order to publish ads in other countries. This ‘regulated’ approach is expected to evolve into an international reverse ban on crypto ads.

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“In order for non-cash payments to penetrate into the lives of a larger number of citizens, people should also change their perception to understand that this is a safe method of payment.”
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The latest news on our DC Forecasts crypto news site clearly show d0wnward movements for both Bitcoin and many altcoins in the market. The prices of major cryptocurrencies have dropped significantly. Currently, Bitcoin is trading at around $5,639 falling by more than 12% on the day and showing big signs of volatility as a leader in terms of market capitalization. Speaking of which, the market cap behind Bitcoin dropped below the $100 billion level for the first time since November 12th last year. In the past 12 hours, the total market capitalization fell from $210 billion to the current $180 billion, depreciating by 15% and leading the market to the lowest value since October 31st of last year. There are many other major cryptocurrencies that are reporting declines in excess of 10% on the day. Some of them are Ethereum, Ripple (XRP) and Bitcoin Cash - the latter of which holds the record for its continuous decline over the past week. What's also important to note is the fact that Ripple (XRP) is now the second largest cryptocurrency by market cap - overcoming Ethereum (ETH) overnight. No one knows if the situation will continue like this. Analysts believe that if a quick bullish run initiates, everyone might be able to 'forget' this sad Thursday for crypto. However, an action like that would force Bitcoin to immediately gain control over $6,000 and altcoins to follow, which is beyond impossible at this moment.
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In the latest Bitcoin news, we have a new bloodbath on the market which led the price of Bitcoin, the most dominant cryptocurrency, to below $6,000 and to the lowest price it has ever seen this year. The yearly low was $5,280, after which the Bitcoin price managed to correct. However, the BTC/USD index managed to fall more than 12% ahead of the US trading session and is now trading at $5,647. It seems like the pair was trading comfortably inside a narrow trading range since September this year, leading many to believe that Bitcoin had established a bottom around $6,000. However, the latest selling action showed the very opposite. In the crash, the market lost more than $26 billion and digital assets managed to drop by additional 15% to 20%, led by the downward trend set by Bitcoin. The flash-crash, as the analysts label it, managed to change the dynamics and technical indicators of Bitcoin. According to some fresh analysis, Bitcoin has a potential to fall to as low as $4,500 before it attempts a brief rebound towards the upper trend line of the wedge formation. What's safe to say is that the BTC/USD pair has established a new yearly low which serves a decent interim support level. In case Bitcoin breaks above the $5,650 resistance level, a long position towards $5,750 looks achievable. Nonetheless, a breakdown action is definitely possible at this moment - and no one knows how far this downtrend can go.
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