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lol these ads are too good

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**@mark_dow:** "A use case so intrinsically compelling they hired a fleet of celebrities to do barrage of ads, posts and appearances to convince people of it" https://twitter.com/mark_dow/status/1525528773411491840

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Binance takes legal action against fake billboard ads in Turkey https://cointelegraph.com/news/binance-takes-legal-action-against-fake-billboard-ads-in-turkey

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RECAP 5/3 Chatter: $HEXO - Offering $HR + $WELL $SAP + Litmos unit sale $AAPL Car + Hires $F Exec $ROKU + Ads & $MSFT collab $T + Raise mobile plan prices

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By Sheila Dang and Akash Sriram (Reuters) - Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) reported stronger than expected user growth in what could be its last quarter as a public company after agreeing to a $44-billion buyout by billionaire Elon Musk. But overall revenue and advertising sales fell short of analyst estimates, due to the ongoing war in Ukraine. Shares rose 1% in early trading. The results lay out Musk's challenges in improving the social media platform's business to match its influence on news and culture. Twitter has long faced criticism for its sluggish pace of product launches. Musk has tweeted suggestions ranging from releasing a widely-demanded edit button to making the Twitter algorithm open-source. When Musk closes the deal, he will be overseeing a company that has had long-standing struggles with internal dysfunction, indecision and lack of accountability, Reuters previously reported according to eight current and former Twitter employees. Daily active users on Twitter rose to 229 million in the first quarter ended March 31, from 199 million a year earlier. The figure beat analyst expectations of 226.8 million daily active users. Facebook-owner Meta Platforms also reported a return to user growth on Wednesday, which helped propel social media stocks higher. Twitter said an internal error resulted in the company overstating quarterly user numbers by about 1.5 million between the fourth quarter of 2020 to the end of 2021. The company said it also overstated the figures in 2019, but was unable to provide data. Given the pending acquisition, Twitter said it would not provide any forward looking guidance and was withdrawing all previous goals and outlook. The company last year announced it aimed to double annual revenue and grow to 315 million users by 2023, as former CEO Jack Dorsey aimed to signal a reset on years of product stagnation. Total revenue in the first quarter was $1.2 billion, compared with analysts' average estimate of $1.23 billion, according to IBES data from Refinitiv. The company earns the majority of its revenue from selling digital ads on the website and app. Twitter paused ads in Ukraine and Russia in February amid the ongoing invasion, which the Kremlin calls a "special military operation." "The macro environment is becoming hostile with advertisers curbing their spending as they deal with inflation, which is running at a four-decade high," said Haris Anwar, senior analyst at Investing.com. Musk has said that Twitter should not serve advertising, which would allow the platform to have more control over its content policies. Advertisers generally prefer strong content moderation, to help prevent their brand from appearing next to unsuitable content. Its net income rose to $513.3 million, or 61 cents per share, from $68 million, 8 cents per share, a year earlier.

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EU Agrees on Law to Curb Online Ads, Strip Illegal Content https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/04/25/eu-agrees-on-law-to-curb-online-ads-strip-illegal-content/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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A lot of the slowdown was around the Russia invasion and paused ads

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Upgrades 3/28: $BAC $BK $DE $ITW $KLAC $NAPA $STAA . Downgrades 3/28: $ADS $AMD $BCS $BYND $C $CF $CPB $FITB $FL $GHLD $HNST $ITT $KBH $KMT $MCHP $MO $MTB $NMTC $NTR $QRVO $SEIC $SLG $SNBR $SYF $TER $TREX

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Ireland's Central Bank Warns of 'Misleading' Crypto Ads by Social Media Influencers https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/03/22/irelands-central-bank-warns-of-misleading-crypto-ads-by-social-media-influencers/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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UK Advertising Regulator Issues 'Red Alert' Guidance on Crypto Ads https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/03/22/uk-advertising-regulator-issues-red-alert-guidance-on-crypto-ads/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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Facebook Owner Meta Sued by Australian Consumer Watchdog for Scam Crypto Ads https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/03/18/facebook-owner-meta-sued-by-australian-consumer-watchdog-for-scam-crypto-ads/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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Australian competition regulator takes Meta to court over fake crypto ads https://cointelegraph.com/news/australian-competition-regulator-takes-meta-to-court-over-fake-crypto-ads

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Financial future or false promises? Crypto firms go big on ads in 2022 https://cointelegraph.com/news/financial-future-or-false-promises-crypto-firms-go-big-on-ads-in-2022

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UK Regulator Bans Floki Inu Ads as 'Irresponsible' https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/03/02/uk-regulator-bans-floki-inu-ads-as-irresponsible/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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Snow Crash's Metaverse was filled with ads in 1992, and the real one will be too https://cointelegraph.com/news/snow-crash-s-metaverse-was-filled-with-ads-in-1992-and-the-real-one-will-be-too

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Indian Advertising Watchdog Releases New Guidelines For Crypto Ads https://cryptonews.com/news/indian-advertising-watchdog-releases-new-guidelines-for-crypto-ads.htm

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Five key takeaways from the official Indian crypto ads guideline https://cointelegraph.com/news/five-key-takeaways-from-the-official-indian-crypto-ads-guideline

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Who really created the Coinbase Superbowl ads? Armstrong called out on Twitter https://cointelegraph.com/news/who-really-created-the-coinbase-superbowl-ads-armstrong-called-out-on-twitter

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Facebook Faces Legal Fight with Australian Billionaire over Crypto Scam Ads https://cryptonews.com/news/facebook-faces-legal-fight-with-australian-billionaire-over-crypto-scam-ads.htm

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$SNAP Snapchat stars say its new mid-roll ads could lead to a content boom as creators see money-making potential - BI

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Fed never did it: US Senate Banking head lashes out at Super Bowl crypto ads https://cointelegraph.com/news/fed-never-did-it-us-senate-banking-head-lashes-out-at-super-bowl-crypto-ads

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https://www.theverge.com/2022/2/14/22927656/snapchat-snap-stars-stories-ads

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https://www.theverge.com/2022/2/14/22927656/snapchat-snap-stars-stories-ads

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Super Bowl Crypto Ads, Which One Was the Most Interesting? https://cryptonews.com/news/super-bowl-crypto-ads-which-one-was-most-interesting.htm

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Super Bowl 2022: Here’s the scoreboard of crypto ads https://cointelegraph.com/news/super-bowl-2022-here-s-the-scoreboard-of-crypto-ads

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yeah apparently all the ads are cringe crypto commercials

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5 Crypto Trading Platforms and 1 DAO are Set to Air Ads During Super Bowl https://cryptonews.com/news/5-crypto-trading-platforms-1-dao-are-set-air-ads-during-super-bowl.htm

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Alibaba Files With SEC to Register Additional 1 Billion ADS

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Aussie competition watchdog investigating Meta over crypto scam ads https://cointelegraph.com/news/aussie-competition-watchdog-investigating-meta-over-crypto-scam-ads

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but fb will go up bcz of ads

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Laundering NFTs, Circling Crypto Ads, Cardano Gets Extra Space, Euro Inflation Heats Up + More News https://cryptonews.com/news/laundering-nfts-circling-crypto-ads-cardano-gets-extra-space-euro-inflation-heats-up-more-news.htm

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Yea some of the ads are hour + long advertisements > @AJAJ said: freaking GOOGL with their YouTube revenue, rightfully so. there are so many ads in their videos. some of them have like every 10 minutes for movies etc lol

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freaking GOOGL with their YouTube revenue, rightfully so. there are so many ads in their videos. some of them have like every 10 minutes for movies etc lol

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Clampdown on crypto ads: A one-off or a new phase of global regulation? https://cointelegraph.com/news/clampdown-on-crypto-ads-a-one-off-or-a-new-phase-of-global-regulation

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UK Financial Regulator to Limit Crypto Ads to Sophisticated, Wealthy Investors https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/01/19/uk-financial-regulator-to-limit-crypto-ads-to-sophisticated-wealthy-investors/

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Spanish government will implement new rules for crypto ads https://cointelegraph.com/news/spanish-government-will-implement-new-rules-for-crypto-ads

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Singapore Looks to Curb Crypto Ads https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/01/17/singapore-looks-to-curb-crypto-ads/

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GOOGLE SAYS WILL BEGIN TO ACCEPT AND RUN ADS FOR SPORTS BETTING FROM CERTIFIED, STATE-LICENSED ENTITIES IN NEW YORK FROM JAN. 8

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Crypto.com Sees 2 Ads Banned by UK’s Advertising Regulator https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/01/05/cryptocom-sees-2-ads-banned-by-uks-advertising-regulator/

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DISNEY'S ESPN HAS $400 MILLION IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF ADS AT RISK FROM COVID

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Cool, I only just saw the ads - matrix is coming too

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Arsenal FC Fan Token Ads Criticized by UK Regulator https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/12/22/arsenal-fc-fan-token-ads-criticized-by-uk-regulator/

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Auszug aus einem meiner lieblings Newsletters: Our readers will have to patiently stand by for the December Cryptocurrency Update until next week. Wednesday, the 15th of December (the last day of data collection) closes late, delaying our publication. So, today I want to focus on some of the material that likely would have gone into that update. Let’s start with 2017, when I first said that cryptoassets were the opportunity of a lifetime. Here are some examples of β€œBig Money” quotes at that time. Avoid BTC like the plague. There is nothing to support BTC except the hope that you will sell it to someone for more money than you paid for it. β€”John Bogle, father of Vanguard Funds BTC is rat poison squared. β€”Warren Buffet, Chairman Berkshire Hathaway, Does it support people who want to use currencies for anonymous uses for the wrong purposes? Absolutely. β€”James Gorman CEO Morgan Stanley An Index in Money Laundering. β€”Blackrock CEO, Larry Fisk My own view on BTC, for example, is I really don’t know, but it’s really not something, you know, individually that’s important to me. β€”David Solomon, CEO Goldman Sachs It’s a fraud and worse than tulip bulbs. β€”Jamie Dillan, JP Morgan Something that goes up 700% in a year is by definition speculative. β€”James Gorman, CEO of Morgan Stanley Big Money’s problem with cryptoassets in late 2017 was that they had no plan in place for how to capitalize on it. It was a lot different than collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), where they securitized debt obligations, including very dangerous subprime loans, added leverage, and then sold them to the public. Now these were rat poison squared and the big bank actions almost brought down the entire economy. What happened next? 2018 saw a severe 85% drawdown in cryptoassets. My guess is that Big Money manipulations had a lot to do with it, and that drawdown gave them time to develop a plan. In the meantime, they had politicians and the general public believing that something like BTC was only for crooks. However, BTC is a totally traceable cryptocurrency and once you have one address, a good forensic scientist can trace all of that person’s addresses. Because of this bad press, BTC miners, who were producing 1800 BTC per day, could not get major financing for their mining activities and had to cash in much of their newly acquired assets to fund their operations. Now, fast forward to 2020. 1. BTC had a halving and only 900 BTC could be produced per day. 2. Grayscale had launched a trust for accredited investors and they were buying up all the newly mined BTC and more. They were subsequently approved by the SEC as a security and then accredited investors had a way to get out of their investment. 3. By September 2020, PayPal and Square were buying up about 110% of the newly mined BTC each day. 4. And suddenly Big Money had a new appreciation of cryptoassets. Let’s look at a few of the big investment bank’s activities. β€’ Bakkt was developed by Intercontinental Exchange Holdings (owner of the NYSE) and by Microsoft and Starbucks to facilitate crypto trading by big institutions. β€’ Goldman Sachs is offering both futures and options trading to its customers for Ether and Bitcoin. Remember that several years ago BTC was dangerous but now the big banks are offering derivatives trading on BTC. β€’ JP Morgan has given their customers access to a half dozen crypto funds and has created their own digital currency JPM Coin β€’ Bank of America (Merrill Lynch) has now opened a digital research division in their operations. β€’ Morgan Stanley became the first big bank to offer BTC funds to their wealth management customers. However, the biggest change is that the big banks are now willing to lend money to crypto miners so that they can keep most of their funds and not have to sell them to fund mining operations. Morgan Stanley and Fidelity, as an example, funded $425 million to Cipher Mining so they could continue operations without selling off their newly mined BTC. Okay. Now ask, β€œWhat happens when crypto miners don’t have to sell their 900 BTC that are mined each day?” Over the last six months, BTC miners have dropped the amount of BTC they are selling to exchanges by 70%. They are now selling about 14.9% of what they produce and hoarding the other 85.1%. Crypto Credit Cards There is one more new factor that is using up crypto. I found three different credit cards that earn crypto rewards. Notice that these are all sponsored by crypto exchanges and not by the big banks. 1. BlockFi Credit card gives you 3.5% crypto rewards on everything you purchase in the first three months, then 1.5% per transaction, and 2% if you spend $50,000 in a year. 2. Gemini gives you 3% on dining, 2% on groceries, and 1% on other purchases. 3. Venmo gives you 3% back on your top spending category, 2% on the next best category, and 1% on everything else. And, you can convert this money automatically into either BTC, BCH, LTC, or ETH. Why would you want cash rewards when you can get BTC (or other crypto rewards)? And what is the impact of this if it becomes more widespread? The average person earns about $550 in credit card rewards each year. What if most people switch to cards giving crypto rewards? Market Manipulation So why isn’t all this leading to an absolute boom in crypto? There is a huge demand for BTC and other cryptoassets that is using up all the new supply and much more. The answer, in my opinion, is market manipulation. Cryptoassets are largely unregulated. And, even if they became regulated in the US, they would remain unregulated in most of the world. Many crypto exchanges offer margin buying at 100 to 1 leverage. That means a 1% move in your favor doubles your money but a 1% move against you will wipe you out. One big investor or one institutional investor with say 10,000 BTC can start selling and create a boomerang effect, triggering many stops, and wiping out all the leveraged speculators in one shot. And, for some strange reason, most crypto prices are HIGHLY correlated to BTC. So, if you can move the price of BTC down, you can move all cryptoasset prices down. With 10,000 BTC, you can perform a wonderous manipulation. For example, I’ve noticed that many such moves (up to 20-25% down in about an hour or two) occur Saturday night when most people in the US are asleep. Here are some examples for BTC just in 2021. Saturday, May 19th, on a volume of 126 billion BTC (huge), the price went down from $42,845 to $30,682. That was a 28% drop that took place in a few hours. Sunday, April 18th, on a volume of 97 billion BTC, the price went from $60,702 to $52,829. Again, late at night for US citizens. That was a 13% drop in a few hours. Saturday, December 4th, on a volume of $61 billion BTC, the price went from $53,728 to $42,874. That was a drop of 20.2% a few hours later at night. I got these prices from CoinMarketCap which is owned by Binance and reflects their prices. Frequently, there is a spike that goes much lower on some other exchanges. What happens after such a price manipulation? β€’ Fundamental analysis starts to give you many reasons why the new price is correct or BTC had the crash. β€’ Technical analysis does a new analysis of the market and usually assumes it’s now bearish without any mention of market manipulation. β€’ And the whole crypto market collapses because for some strange reason every coin acts in concert with BTC. β€’ All of it is made up and whoever manipulated the market is happy and can start accumulating at a much lower price unless they have a reason to drop the market even more. Conclusions: β€’ Cryptoassets are still the investment of a lifetime. This is Van’s opinion, but if you don’t like BTC you miss out on all the profits. β€’ Big Money has moved from totally against it to supporting it now that they know how to make profits on it. β€’ Big Money doesn’t care if it’s safe or not. In fact, they are focusing on derivatives of cryptoassets rather than the assets themselves which are much more dangerous. β€’ Market manipulation is unbelievable in the crypto world. And big institutions could be behind it. We are developing a foundation class on the games Big Money plays and this article is a good preview. Next Monday, December 20th, I will be giving a free webinar (no ads or promotions) which will most likely become part of this of course. In Monday’s webinar, I’ll be talking about Big Money games, the power games of politicians, how Big Money really controls that, and what you can do about it. Let’s end with this quoteβ€”a great example of what goes on for the masters of Big Money. These truths are well known among our principal men, who are now engaged in forming an imperialism to govern the world. By dividing the voter through the political party system, we can get them to expend their energies fighting for questions of no importance. It is thus, by discrete action, we can secure for ourselves that which has been so well planned and so successfully accomplished.1 Until next week, This is Van Tharp

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UK advertising watchdog bans crypto ads for Coinbase and Kraken https://cointelegraph.com/news/uk-advertising-watchdog-bans-crypto-ads-for-coinbase-and-kraken

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**@CNBC:** Crypto ads banned by UK watchdog for failing to highlight risk https://t.co/YqIg8d5xuY https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1471110237163868168

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Crypto Firms Get a Slap From UK Advertising Regulator Over Misleading Ads https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/12/15/crypto-firms-get-a-slap-from-uk-advertising-regulator-over-misleading-ads/

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**@APompliano:** Today's episode of The Best Business Show is πŸ”₯- Crypto volatility- Overdraft fees- Facebook ads- Bitmark hackThen @stacyherbert and @maxkeiser join us to talk about bitcoin.WATCH: https://t.co/UZYAlRqQBG https://twitter.com/APompliano/status/1467886503997198343

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`Investors` **@CNBC:** Facebook is reversing its long-standing policy that prevented most cryptocurrency companies from running ads on its services. https://t.co/gWJfXbXy9P https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1466394494891446272

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https://www.facebook.com/business/news/expanding-eligibility-to-run-ads-about-cryptocurrency

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Polish Competition Watchdog Targets Scamcoin, Not All Crypto Ads https://cryptonews.com/news/polish-competition-watchdog-targets-scamcoin-not-all-crypto-ads.htm

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