Facebook and Google bans crypto ads. End of the world for ICO advertising?

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Yes! It is true. On January 30, social media giant, Facebook banned paid ads for cryptocurrency and blockchain. And like that isn’t enough bad news, FBI is telling Google to stop displaying cryptocurrency ads. These have left more questions than answers for many crypto company and subscribers – is this the beginning of the end? For ICO companies, it’s getting super hard to advertise, resulting in a harder fund- raising situation.

Blockchain entrepreneurs are facing severe challenges. The days of ICOs launchers using the tactic of community building through Facebook ads that led people to landing pages and from where they opted into email list is over. And Google will soon follow.

GOOD NEWS! Against the backdrop of these latest developments in the crypto market, Stankevicius MGM provides crypto companies with the answers they surely need. In fact, it isn’t bad news after all as Stankevicius MGM has been and is still providing crypto advertising at the highest level, including TV advertising and mainstream advertising – wow! It is neither the beginning of the end nor the end itself for crypto.

Stankevicius MGM offers you an engaging and robust community which is the foundation of successful ICOs coupled a compelling project with a substantial investment opportunity.

The importance of PR channel involving the generation of earned media coverage of a project before the ICO in both crypto and mainstream media cannot be overemphasized; hence Stankevicius MGM presents you with the opportunity of a positive earned media coverage which has many specific benefits to any company or project.

With Stankevicius MGM expertise and experience in media advertising and PR, Facebook and Google ban for crypto ads is just the start of a new adventure which holds many and unbeatable opportunities.

Don’t wait for growth or the next step. Aim for invulnerability from the very beginning – Paulius Stankevicius.