The first line of Tencent, Ji Zhenyu, was issued in June 27th from Silicon Valley.
Facebook, the social giant, announced that it would reopen the advertising related to digital encryption currency. This platform has banned such advertisements altogether since January of this year.
But Facebook's prohibition of such advertisements is conditional, and the advertisers need to apply for and approve earlier. In addition, advertisements related to the first digital currency issue (ICO) are still banned.
In January, Facebook announced a full ban on virtual digital money advertising on the platform, when virtual digital money was in the hottest period, and bitcoin rose to a high of nearly $20 thousand a month earlier, but at the same time, fraud in the field began to flood, a lot of information passed through the number of Facebook and so on. Word advertising platform has been widely spread. After taking relevant measures in Facebook, Google, Twitter, Snpachat and other digital advertising platforms have announced the policy of prohibiting such advertisements.
Then Facebook began to realize that the previous policy was too simple and rude, with the aim of blocking all
After Facebook's policy changes, the relevant advertising parties need to fill out an application form first, indicating the relevant qualifications and whether its digital currency is open or not, and the Facebook will evaluate it and decide whether to display its advertisement.
In a blog post published that day, Rob Leathern, Facebook's product manager, said,
A month ago, a new block chain related department was set up within Facebook, led by David Marcus, a former executive in charge of the Facebook Messenger business, which will focus on the research and development of virtual digital encryption money technology.