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Facebook banned cryptocurrency ads but it still shows them anyhow

In an interesting turn of events, Facebook announced that it is removing all cryptocurrency and ICO-related ads from its platform claiming such content is “frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices.” But it turns out the some of these ads continue to slip past the social media titan. Earlier today we stumbled upon the following ad on Facebook, promoting a token sale for a cryptocurrency company called CLN.
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