I think the Banksters are into big to destroy currencies and bitcoin.
Now Facebook is censoring it while it's losing money from ads.

Facebook is also losing money from censoring news alternative media sites.

Who's paying facebook about this?
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Well you are right it's the banksters, Rothschild and co...

Want to get rich quick through Bitcoins or other virtual currencies? You’ll have to do it without Facebook.
The social network said Tuesday that it would ban all ads for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, in order to stop promotions that it sees as “frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices.”
Under Facebook’s new policy, no ads from well-known digital currency exchanges or for initial coin offerings will be allowed. Among those who will be affected is James Altucher, a self-described “crypto genius” whose viral ads have become a talking point in how the cryptocurrency boom has led to scams and wild price fluctuations.
Facebook’s move followed questions about whether it has done enough to protect its site from bad actors. The company has been trying to clamp down on misinformation and false news after admitting last year that Russian agents had used it to spread divisive and polarizing messages.

The world of cryptocurrencies, which people have flooded into as prices soared in recent months, has also increasingly raised fears that parts of the market are dogged by scams. The Securities and Exchange Commission said Tuesday that it had halted what may have been a fraudulent initial coin offering that asked people to fund what was supposed to be the world’s first “decentralized bank.”


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  1. More and more questions about crypto-currencies arise every day, it's true and thanks to the services I may ask questions
    bitcoin, so I'm always up-to-date in the latest developments on the stock exchange. But what Facebook does?
    I don't understand the relationship between social networking and blockchain. Is it possible to carry out transactions using Facebook? It seems only possible to advertise exchanges or platforms for buying and selling cryptocurrency, but nothing more.
    In my opinion, there is no need to mix up the entertainment network and currency transactions into one flow.