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Cryptocurrency News

Facebook has turned its back against the hottest trend circulating the internet today... Cryptocurrency. Facebook started to ban ads on its website that promotes the use of Cryptocurrency in any way. Could this action Facebook has decided to take be for a reason? Is Cryptocurrency not as safe as we all originally thought? Or, is Facebook just worried that it may be some type of competition for it?
What are your thoughts on the subject?

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