Tech giant Google has begun combating resource-heavy web ads, such as those that mine cryptocurrency, and is planning to launch a dedicated feature on the Chrome browser by the end of summer.
Facebook is reversing its ban on cryptocurrency advertisements and will now allow some preapproved advertisers to promote crypto businesses and services.
Google’s decision to ban all Bitcoin and cryptocurrency adverts on its platforms is ill-thought-out and potentially even unethical, according to industry experts, The Independent reported on Sunday, June 3.
In four weeks’ time, Mass Network’s ICO will come to an end. At the moment of publication, investors have purchased 240 BTC worth of Mass Coin tokens.
Even though some community members believe that Mass Network, a global advertising platform that’s about to launch, has a lot in common with Brave Browser or AdBlock Plus, the project’s developers seem to have a different opinion.
Online advertising is a problem as big as the industry itself. However, Mass Network plans to solve this problem by letting users take part in revenue this industry produces, and applying the ancient old saying â€śIf you can’t beat them, join themâ€ť.
Recently, a group of advertising experts and blockchain specialists have joined forcesÂ to create Mass Network, a project seeking to solve one of the most critical problems in online advertising, being imbalance between advertisers and regular users who unwillingly provide the former with valuable and expensive information without receiving anything in return.
A group of advertising industry and blockchain experts have combined efforts to create what they call â€śThe Mass Network,â€ť a ground-breaking project aimed at solving the problems of online advertising such as the imbalance of power between the advertisers and the internet users who unwillingly provide the industry big guns its revenue generating data without […]