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Hmmmm Guys, I Get The Feeling Facebook Might Be Banning Crypto Ads : Cryptocurrency

Hmmmm Guys, I Get The Feeling Facebook Might Be Banning Crypto Ads : Cryptocurrency

No pumping, shilling, or FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt). Do not use multiple sockpuppet accounts to manipulate votes to achieve a narrative. Do not solicit, complain about, or make predictions for votes. Do not incite or encourage illegal activities. Content promoting leaks, buying/selling drugs, tax evasion, etc will be removed. No malware, spyware, phishing, or pharming links. Do not post addresses or seek donations without pre-approval from the moderators. Pre-approval is granted in only the most extraordinary circumstances. High-quality submissions are encouraged. Baseless price speculation, shilling, repetitive posts et cetera are removed. "Recommend a coin" can be discussed on the daily thread. See our Expanded Rules wiki page for more details about this rule. Do not reveal personally identifying information(PII), otherwise known as doxxing yourself. Divulging how many coins you own can make you a target of hackers and identity thieves. Do not doxx other redditors even if they engaged in an illicit activity. Report them to the mods instead. Do not steal content, also known as scraping or plagiarizing. Submitting links to blogs or news sites which are notorious for this activity will result in suspension or permanent ban. Use this tool to help determine if content is stolen or not. Idealogical posts or comments about politics are considered nonconstructive, off-topic, and will be removed. Exceptions will be made for analysis of political events and how they influence cryptocurrency. No clickbait. Titles cannot be misleading. They should accurately represent the content being linked. No low-effort content typically characterized by low character count, all caps, & banal wording. Example: "SELL SELL SELL!!!", "BUY!!", or "MOON!" See our Expanded Rules wiki page for Continue reading >>

A 2017 Collection Of The Past Six Months Dank Crypto-memes

A 2017 Collection Of The Past Six Months Dank Crypto-memes

A 2017 Collection of the Past Six Months Dank Crypto-Memes Bitcoins first six months of 2017 has been very exciting as the decentralized currency has seen all-time highs in both price and popularity. Alongside the years record-breakingachievements, the cryptocurrency community has also seen the production of a vast array of dank memes giving us some humor during the thrilling Bitcoin rollercoaster ride. Also Read: 70 Percent of the Bitcoin Hashrate Begins Signaling Segwit2x This year has been intense, to say the least, as bitcoins price broke new all-timehighs over and over again. Interest has been phenomenallyhigh as well, as Google Trends says bitcoin interest is higher than ever and the cryptocurrency is featured in mainstream media publications nearly every single day now. Another interesting factor this year has been the rise of altcoins, and more specificallyethereum and the ICO madness which has caused a vast array of discussions. But throughout all the talk within the heightened scaling debate, cryptocurrency values skyrocketing, and bitcoins competition with ethereum theres been some killer memes throughout all the craziness we bitcoiners deal with every day. Dank Memes for the Cryptocurrency Enthusiast How to Buy Bitcoin by BTC Art Gallery. How Ethereum Holders Feel After the Flash Crash by Unknown Bitcoin Kool-AidMan $2000 Version by Crypto-graphics.com Wizards Buy the Dips by BTC Art Gallery. First World Malware Problems by Unknown. Theresbeen a lot of good memes over the past six months and there will no doubt be plenty more throughout the course of the year. Funny graphics and memes are a nice break from the hectic world of bitcoin and the cryptocurrency ecosystemin general. Everyone here at Bitcoin.com hopes our readers enjoyed the last six months of 201 Continue reading >>

Zuckerberg Studying Cryptocurrency Implementation For Facebook

Zuckerberg Studying Cryptocurrency Implementation For Facebook

Zuckerberg Studying Cryptocurrency Implementation For Facebook MarkZuckerberg, the billionaire founder and CEO of the worlds biggest social network, Facebook, has revealed he is studying cryptocurrency and how best to use them in our services. In a new year resolutions of sorts, a reflectingZuckerberg seemingly laments the centralization of the web into primarily the big four: Google, Amazon, Apple and Facebook. A lot of us got into technology because we believe it can be a decentralizing force that puts more power in peoples hands, Zuckerberg says before adding: Back in the 1990s and 2000s, most people believed technology would be a decentralizing force. But today, many people have lost faith in that promise. With the rise of a small number of big tech companies and governments using technology to watch their citizens many people now believe technology only centralizes power rather than decentralizes it. There are important counter-trends to this like encryption and cryptocurrency that take power from centralized systems and put it back into peoples hands. But they come with the risk of being harder to control. Im interested to go deeper and study the positive and negative aspects of these technologies, and how best to use them in our services. Facebook has come under a firing line in 2017, with the left focusing on the tech giant and accusing it of not doing enough to counter what they call fake news. The platform, once a bland hangout for university students, has grown to include almost all internet users, with grandmothers sharing their cooking receipts and mothers updating their children on the latest shopping activity. It remains the biggest social network by far and in many ways it is at the forefront of a new media age, but techies accuse it of being a centrali Continue reading >>

#fun Leverage The Power Of Memes To Engage And Grow You Audience On Social Media

#fun Leverage The Power Of Memes To Engage And Grow You Audience On Social Media

Its no secret that social media love memes and memes love social media, as they feed and grow from each other. Indeed, memes are great pieces of content to share on social media, since by nature they are: Brief: images and videos make for good snacking content, thats quick to consume, catering to always shorter attention spans. Great explainers: leveraging pop culture reference, they are actually quite handy to explain difficult concepts in simple ways. Viral: they tend to rely on humor, satire, sarcasm and self-mockery, making them powerfully shareable. Here are two meme examples about the same, trending topic of cryptocurrency: This one is joking exemplifies the use of self-mockery in a piece of content that would cater to cryptocurrency enthusiasts: While that one compares the current status of the cryptocurrency market to a movie virtually everyone has seen the Titanic and would proably resonate better with cryptocurrency detractors; Whatever you are trying to convey, chances are, there is a meme for that. Whats in it for Social Media Managers: whether you are explaining something difficult, or trying to relate with your audience, memes are great inside jokes, which can tell amessage quickly and easily to your target audience. Loomly is a simple social media calendar that lets you schedule and publish content to Facebook, including videos: start your 15-day free trial now . Continue reading >>

Facebook Declares War On Crypto Singularity

Facebook Declares War On Crypto Singularity

Facebook Declares War on Crypto Singularity The least reptuatable media company, known as Facebook, has decided to ban Ads, basically all ads promoting cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, and ICOs. This ban will commence as of February, 2018. This signals that Facebook is building its own cryptocurrency or actively sees the Crypto community as a threat to its mobile app dominance. Facebooks Advanced AI has identified the BiggestThreat The odd part is Facebook is claiming its doing this to protect us, its faithful users, which includes both Facebook and Instagram, from fraudulent schemes and scams. What a surprise! Big Tech thats centralizating our data is not a fan of decentralized ways that could lead to its demise? Facebook after all has been such a model citizens of privacy and not experimenting on users, their emotions or keeping false information and the spread of fake media on their services. Facebook has been such a fair player of our private information such as WhatsApp not sharing our phone numbers with their flag app, Facebook. But no, Facebook absolutely has to crack down on what it terms Deceptive Promotional Practices of ICOs and crypto deviants and anarchists who just want to hack the web. Facebook is not the dark web after all, its something much more genuine. It has to take responsibility for being a media company after all where our attention is worth $20 and we cant be distracted by crypto mania. When we should be sharing our personal information, preferences and signals for the social graph, for free instead. Facebook is Afraid of the Crypto Singularity ARPU for North Americans is above $21.00now. After all the Crypto Singularity led by shady Bitcoin and scrappy ICOs must be entirely fraudulent and stopped by the one true place that matter Continue reading >>

I Just Lost $3,000 Investing In Ripple (and Tron), And It's A Dangerous Feeling

I Just Lost $3,000 Investing In Ripple (and Tron), And It's A Dangerous Feeling

I Just Lost $3,000 Investing In Ripple (And Tron), And It's A Dangerous Feeling I write about video games and technology. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. It turns out I didn't have $3,000 after all. There was a moment, the other week when it felt like I did, and I wrote about it here . I had made the plunge into cryptocurrency after much hemming, a deal of hawing and a couple of agonizing days watching the price fluctuate as Coinbase chugged my USD into ETH. My first bet on Ripple (XRP) paid off handsomely, though not so handsomely as it would have had I been able to buy it when I wanted to. A subsequent bet on Tron (TRX), worked out even better, and for a moment it even seemed like I had been able to staunch the bleed off of a Ripple peak by moving those coins into Tron -- a successful trade from the successful investor, clearly. You can see where this is going. [Ed note: Investing in cryptocoins or tokens is highly speculative and the market is largely unregulated. Anyone considering it should be prepared to lose their entire investment.] Prices collapsed, both across the board but moreso for my coins in particular. The Coinbase coins -- Bitcoin, Ethereum, BitcoinCash and Litecoin -- haven't been hit as hard as the smaller coins, and Ethereum, in particular, is still up overall. But the altcoins are getting hammered, and where there once was money now there is not. Perhaps there never was. The reasons are various: South Korea is considering getting aggressive about regulating cryptocurrencies, and the entire market is suffering as a result. South Korean traders, for a time, seemed to be responsible for the atmospheric rise in Ripple, after all. And then there are the cracks: Ripple is a promising idea for transferring funds, but the reality o Continue reading >>

Chill Project Bounties

Chill Project Bounties

In order to participate in any of our bounties you must be on our email list and a member of our Slack! You'll also need a Waves wallet! Grab a Waves Wallet so we can pay you- make sure to send us the ADDRESS not the EXCHANGE address. You can also grab a Chill address on YoBit Exchange . All bounties will be paid in Chill Coins and sent on Monday by 9pm PST. Chill Coin Distribution based on total FB Ad spend in 2017. Minimum 10K spend. Download Adchill below to receive coins and validate your spend. Week 1: August 17 - August 27 - 5 Chill Coins per $1 spent on Facebook ads Week 2: August 28 - September 4 - 4 Chill Coins per $1 spent on Facebook ads Week 3: September 11 - September 17 - 3 Chill Coins per $1 spent on Facebook ads Week 4: September 18 - September 24 - 2 Chill Coins per $1 spent on Facebook ads Week 5: September 25 - October 1 - 1 Chill Coin per $1 spent on Facebook ads Any Cryptocurrency Youtuber who wants to give away Chill Coins will be given a match of Chill given away on their channel. Important: We will be changing the amount of Chill we give out as the project grows, so be sure not to mention the amount in your video, just that the viewer will receive free Chill. Send your verified youtubers their free Chill within 4 days. (ex. 100 people comment on your video and we send them 1,000 Chill each- you get (100 x 1000 Chill). We're looking for a boost on Bitcointalk, think you can help us get to the top? Someone to create a bitcointalk banner:It must match our brand and include links to chillproject.org/whitepaper, our Twitter, Facebook, and Bitcointalk ANN. We will choose a winner or two and award them 10,000 Chill. People to add our banner to their signature: You must then post at least two thoughtful questions per week on our ANN, which are at least Continue reading >>

Bitcoin, Titcoin, Ponzicoin: Jokes And Scams Fuel A Cryptocurrency Gold Rush

Bitcoin, Titcoin, Ponzicoin: Jokes And Scams Fuel A Cryptocurrency Gold Rush

Bitcoin, titcoin, ponzicoin: jokes and scams fuel a cryptocurrency gold rush As questionable currencies flourish alongside legitimate ones, investors are advised to think twice before jumping on the latest craze Last modified on Fri 2 Feb 2018 17.00EST Dogecoin started in 2013 as a joke but so many people adopted it that it has become a valuable commodity with a market capitalisation of $500m.Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo Early last month, the San Francisco-based software developer Rishab Hegde launched a cryptocurrency he called ponzicoin. Its website described the worlds first legitimate Ponzi scheme and encouraged people to buy and then shill this coin heavily to your family and friends like a fucking sociopath. The FAQs stated that ponzicoin was a joke and a scam with Equifax-grade security . But none of that stopped people from investing to the point where Hegde closed the cryptocurrency down, saying the joke had gotten crazy out of hand. Ponzicoin is the perfect emblem of the crypto gold rush. As bitcoin and other more established currencies have soared in value over the last year, theres been a flood of interest from investors and speculators hoping to become the next crypto millionaires. That surge of interest has been matched by an explosion of alternative cryptocurrencies, known as altcoins, ranging from legitimate ways to invest in companies to outright scams. Bitcoin's January fall wipes off $44bn in value The names of the coins highlight the markets absurdity: jesuscoin, bananacoin, putincoin, trumpcoin, titcoin and potcoin. With little regulation, huge financial incentives and no accountability, it can be very difficult for buyers to sort the wheat from the chaff. Hundreds of altcoins have been created through initial coin offerings, or ICOs. This is a ne Continue reading >>

Facebook Bans Cryptocurrency Ads

Facebook Bans Cryptocurrency Ads

PCMag reviews products independently , but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use . Facebook is throwing cold water on the cryptocurrency craze by banning ads that promote virtual currencies and initial coin offerings. So say farewell to ads that encourage you to "Use your retirement funds to buy Bitcoin!" or "Click here to learn more about our no-risk cryptocurrency." The policy change also goes after ads promoting binary options, which involve making all-or-nothing risky financial bets. "There are many companies who are advertising binary options, ICOs and cryptocurrencies that are not currently operating in good faith," Facebook said in a blog post . For now, the new policy is intentionally broad. Facebook plans to crack down on these ads across its services, including Instagram, but will revisit the ad policy in the future. Facebook's decision follows growing action to rein in the cryptocurrency market. Bloomberg today, for example, reported that the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission is scrutinizing one of the largest digital currency exchanges, Bitfinex. Continue reading >>

Facebook Bans Cryptocurrency Related Ads

Facebook Bans Cryptocurrency Related Ads

Home Blog Facebook Bans Cryptocurrency Related Ads The cryptocurrency is full of hearsay and rumours, the market thrives on gossip in both positive and negative impacts to the price. Bitcoin & Altcoins can go up on a shill or a pump from a whale, and back down on the spread of FUD across social media. The power of influencers both within and outside any cryptocurrency project is unprecedented. The markets volatility is really is unlike any other market and is driven largely on impulse at times, because it is still an embryonic industry. This rollercoaster ride is something crypto investors have become accustomed to and these large swings make it easy to make gains but also to lose big if you dont keep one eye firmly fixated on the market. Since there is no one all-knowing regulating body or authority on cryptocurrency that supersedes them all the flow of information around this projects is spread over various blogs, forums, social media sites like Reddit & Youtube, as well as instant messaging apps like Discord and Telegram. Reliable crypto news is hard to come by for the average person and the real stories are often syndicated via a secret society of hodlers within these online communities. Facebook has a new advertising policy pertaining to cryptocurrency, binary options and initial coin offerings. The policy specifically prohibits ads that promote those types of products and services that are frequently associated with misleading or deceptive practices, Facebook Product Management Director Rob Leathern wrote in a blog post today. The social network has had enough of fraudulent and deceptive information being syndicated on their website and has installed a blanket rule against the entire market. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum, and initial coin o Continue reading >>

Facebook Ceo, Mark Zuckerberg, Says That He Will Look Into Integrating Cryptocurrencies Into Facebook Services : Cryptocurrency

Facebook Ceo, Mark Zuckerberg, Says That He Will Look Into Integrating Cryptocurrencies Into Facebook Services : Cryptocurrency

No pumping, shilling, or FUD (fear, uncertainty, doubt). Do not use multiple sockpuppet accounts to manipulate votes to achieve a narrative. Do not solicit, complain about, or make predictions for votes. Do not incite or encourage illegal activities. Content promoting leaks, buying/selling drugs, tax evasion, etc will be removed. No malware, spyware, phishing, or pharming links. Do not post addresses or seek donations without pre-approval from the moderators. Pre-approval is granted in only the most extraordinary circumstances. High-quality submissions are encouraged. Baseless price speculation, shilling, repetitive posts et cetera are removed. "Recommend a coin" can be discussed on the daily thread. See our Expanded Rules wiki page for more details about this rule. Do not reveal personally identifying information(PII), otherwise known as doxxing yourself. Divulging how many coins you own can make you a target of hackers and identity thieves. Do not doxx other redditors even if they engaged in an illicit activity. Report them to the mods instead. Do not steal content, also known as scraping or plagiarizing. Submitting links to blogs or news sites which are notorious for this activity will result in suspension or permanent ban. Use this tool to help determine if content is stolen or not. Idealogical posts or comments about politics are considered nonconstructive, off-topic, and will be removed. Exceptions will be made for analysis of political events and how they influence cryptocurrency. No clickbait. Titles cannot be misleading. They should accurately represent the content being linked. No low-effort content typically characterized by low character count, all caps, & banal wording. Example: "SELL SELL SELL!!!", "BUY!!", or "MOON!" See our Expanded Rules wiki page for Continue reading >>

Facebook Is Banning Cryptocurrency And Initial Coin Offering Ads

Facebook Is Banning Cryptocurrency And Initial Coin Offering Ads

Facebook Is Banning Cryptocurrency And Initial Coin Offering Ads Say goodbye to ads like Use your retirement funds to buy bitcoin! Facebook has banned ads that promote bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in an effort to protect its users from financial products and services frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices." Recently, some users have been highly critical of the platform for hosting dubious cryptocurrency-related ads, some of which appeared to promote get-rich-quick schemes and potential scams. Earlier this month, BuzzFeed News highlighted how some of these Facebook ads peddled bitcoin-related disinformation and fake news touting cryptocurrency services and initial coin offerings (ICOs). We want people to continue to discover and learn about new products and services through Facebook ads without fear of scams or deception, Robert Leathern, a Facebook product management director, said in a company blog post . That said, there are many companies who are advertising binary options, ICOs and cryptocurrencies that are not currently operating in good faith. Among the ads targeted are those from " crypto-genius " James Altucher, a digital currency evangelist who's been featured on media outlets like CNBC . Altucher did not respond to a request for comment. "Arguably it was a poor ad-review process that let these ads through in the first place." Gavin Sheridan, CEO of legal startup Vizlegal and a frequent critic of Facebook's ad policies, welcomed the move with a few caveats. "The adage to trust what people do not what they say holds true as ever," he told BuzzFeed News. "In effect, Facebook already bans many of these sorts of deceptive ads often placed by advertisers that redirect to websites made to look like news providers such as CNN, Continue reading >>

Ethereum Founder Threatens Leaving If Crypto Community Doesn't Grow Up - Business Insider

Ethereum Founder Threatens Leaving If Crypto Community Doesn't Grow Up - Business Insider

A vertical stack of three evenly spaced horizontal lines. * Copyright 2018 Business Insider Inc. All rights reserved. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Ethereum's founder is fed up with the immaturity of the cryptocurrency community. He threatened on Twitter on Wednesday that he would leave if folks in the space didn't get their act together. Vitalik Buterin, the founder of Ethereum, thinks crypto is heading in the wrong direction. Buterin, 23, on Wednesday lamented the immaturity of communities across the cryptocurrency market. He said folks in the space should understand the difference between enacting positive change for society and just moving a bunch of money around. Buterin said that energy was being squandered on meme-ing about luxury cars and inappropriate jokes, and that if things didn't change he would leave the space altogether. The market for digital coins has exploded this year, with bitcoin and ether the cryptocurrency powered by the Ethereum blockchain leading the way. Ether is up more than 8,500% since the beginning of the year, and Ethereum has paved the way for hundreds of initial coin offerings, a cryptocurrency twist on initial public offerings that helps startups raise capital outside traditional financial services. Autonomous Next, a fintech-analytics firm, estimates that over $4 billion has been raised via ICOs . In total, the market for digital coins has exploded from under $18 billion at the start of the year to a whopping $560 billion now, according to data from CoinMarketCap.com . Still, Buterin has questioned whether such gains are grounded in reality. He tweeted this earlier this month, soon after the crypto market surpassed $500 billion for the first time: Continue reading >>

Cryptocurrency | Know Your Meme

Cryptocurrency | Know Your Meme

Encyclopedia Dramatica Facebook Reddit Twitter Urban Dictionary Wikipedia Cryptocurrency is a digital currency which is generated by users and traded among a network using a variety of cryptography technologies. Cryptocurrencies began trading in 2009, and saw a number of derivative spin-offs towards the end of the following decade, some of them reaching high real world trade values for physical currencies. Need for a digital currency based in cryptography [2] was proposed in two separate academic papers published in 1993 by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University [4] and the University of Southern California. [5] Five years later, Wei Dai published a framework for a digitally traded currency which he called B-money. [1] This idea was introduced to the Cypherpunks [3] mailing list, in which Dai suggested a system where currency would be both regulated and created through crowdsourced cryptography, thus eliminating the risk of double-spending altogether. Dais idea was later expounded upon by computer scientist Nick Szabo in a blog post titled Bit gold. [15] Bitcoin is the first virtual cryptocurrency regulated by a peer-to-peer network that creates a time-stamped register yielding chains of valid transactions. This crytocurrency debuted in 2009 after a Japanese American physicist named Satoshi Nakamoto [12] distributed a paper [13] solidifying this idea into a nine-page proposal for something called Bitcoin via the Cryptography Mailing List. [14] In late 2017, the price of a bitcoin soared astronomically, reaching over $17,000 per bitcoin. [16] This is because financial companies Cboe Global Markets and CME Group, will start offering bitcoin futures in December of 2017. Ether is a crytocurrency built on Etherium, a blockchain-based platform, which allows for peer-to-pe Continue reading >>

Cryptocurrency Memes | We've Ranked Our Favorites!

Cryptocurrency Memes | We've Ranked Our Favorites!

The Best Cryptocurrency Memes in 2018 (So Far) Everyone loves a good meme, right? Well, what about cryptocurrency memes? For those unfamiliar with memes, they are defined as: an amusing or interesting item (such as a captioned picture or video) or genre of items that is spread widely online especially through social media. As mainstream media picked up cryptocurrencies towards the end of 2017, it became a worldwide frenzy. Currently, the entire cryptocurrency market cap is over $500 billion. In the beginning of 2017, the market was only just over $18 billion. Once something becomes popular, its an online requirement to turn it into a meme! Many new investors in the cryptocurrency space, were unprepared for the high volatility the market brings. This has prompted numerous memes to come about, as the market brings both extreme highs and lows quite frequently. Like Ive said countless times before, the cryptocurrency arena isnt for the faint of heart. Ive decided to rank the memes, let me know what you think in the comment box below. Also, if you have any better ones you think should be added, link them in the same comment box and I can update the post and mention you. I give this the gold medal because lets be honest, can we actually predict what the market will do every single day? Unexpected regulations arise almost every other day and hackers breaking into exchanges have become a regular nuisance. I think this one is quite self-explanatory and Im sure most of us, have been there. Then when Bitcoin corrects, as most markets should, were thankful we decided to stay employed. Alright all my Tron (TRX) enthusiasts, dont get too upset with me. You must admit, this is pretty funny. The founders PR tacticshave caused some upheaval butthey havent changedsince the beginning. Si Continue reading >>

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