"Google is banning all bitcoin, ICO, and cryptocurrency ads from June"
http://www.businessinsider.com/google-b … ads-2018-3
So make the most of it while you still can. Personally, I wouldn't invest time in writing anymore new articles on the subject, but I would sure start updating and hype blasting the ones I've already written.
It is about time...bitcoin is not a good investment vehicle for the average person. Google did a public service.
I can't complain about bitcoin, it has treated me very very good. I am a happy camper as I got in years ago.
Yeah, I bang my head against the wall every time I see a bitcoin news item. It reminds me if only I'd been smart enough to recognize at the beginning. You did outstanding catching that one and a sincere congrats! Not kidding.
Yes, but it is like the many pyramid schemes that came and went... the few people who got in early made out but most of the people at the bottom of the pyramid lost their shirts.
Do you really want to profit from this scheme?
I don't believe it is a pyramid scheme. Crypto-currency has a fundamental usefulness in the world of commerce. My view of the world is that we are in the first inning of a long crypto-currency ball game that has just begun. As always, time will tell.
Do you think cryptocurrency has any legs to stand on? I can't make up my mind about it - not because I don't think crypto currency is invalid.
It's the amount of electricity and labour that mining uses. To me, that shoots the whole thing in the foot. It's just not echo-friendly.
Personally, I think it's too late to that particular party. I'm not going to mess with it. I think I did read somewhere that 30% of millennials are into it big time. The crypto market crash and burn is inevitable, there is just no way to tell when. Whenever it happens, I shall not be around for it.
Pffft. Those wacky kids with their coin bits and their crypto-whoozits. It's the devil's work I tells ya.
by Nicholas Ibemere 13 months ago
Between bitcoin and ethereum,which of the two would be a more viable cryptocurrency investment?
by Pandoras Box 7 years ago
"Regardless of the changes Google makes, we will continue to strive to create the most rewarding place to publish online and continue to innovate for our fantastic community," Edmondson said in a statement, adding that had the algorithm worked as Google wanted it to, he would have...
by The filled mind 3 weeks ago
Cans any one tell me how long it will be before I can see my article in google, or is it only hubbers can see our articles
by Travis Murphy 3 years ago
Experts predict that Bitcoin will be bigger than the internet.. what does that even mean?
by Eric Dockett 5 years ago
About a month ago I wrote a Hub about pyramids, those big things in Egypt. It hasn't done nearly as well as I thought it would. I took a closer look at it today and it had a warning message on the top of it, that my Hub appears to be about pyramid schemes and may be moderated. No...
by 2uesday 7 years ago
because of the new ads. they were testing on the site before the Google changes ? Or are they too big (Google) to care about the other ads here or maybe Google search and Adsense are not 'connected' in anyway?Sorry, I just have the sort of mind that keeps asking questions even about subjects...
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