MS Search Engine Bing “Block More Than 5 Million Cryptographic Ads”

Microsoft ‘s search engine Bing has blocked more than 5 million cryptographic ads in 2018. This was revealed through an annual ad quality survey in 2018, released on March 25th (local time).

Bing says the cipher was targeted by scammers trying to trick end users, and the company’s advertising platform banned cryptographic content, which resulted in more than 5 million ads being blocked. Bing said more than 12,000 Bing Advertising Accounts were closed as a result of high-tech fraud prevention efforts, including more than 5,000 Web sites and more than 18 million advertising banned, according to Bing.

Facebook also announced the ban on cryptography in January of last year, Google announced the same in March last year, and twitter also showed the same move. Bing also announced in May that it would ban advertising on network passwords until July.

Meanwhile, Facebook reported that it had begun negotiations with the Codex Exchange to publicize its own cipher money. Linkedin co-founder Eric Lee expressed his view that the cipher-related advertising movement is a temporary measure due to the uncertain regulation on cryptography. For more information, please click here .



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