CNBC reports that Google has reversed it’s cryptocurrency ban on US and Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchanges.
In March of 2018, Google announced it was going to be restricting the ads for any cryptocurrency related content, in efforts to stem the fraudulent ICO sales and other high profile scams.
Can’t Make Ad Revenue Off Nothing
Google has since reversed it’s ruling and is allowing cryptocurrency exchanges to advertise if they’re in the US or Japan. Interested parties will need to apply for certification to server ads in each country individually.
Google has followed Facebook, in the recent approval of cryptocurrency ads in June 2018. Google’s parent company Alphabet gets approximately 85% of it’s total revenue from Adwords platform and in the 1st half of 2018 the company totaled more than $54 Billion in ad revenue.