Google's relationship with bitcoin and cryptocurrency has long been fraught but it has apparently just taken a turn for the worse. The search giant previously banned bitcoin and cryptocurrency ads, knocking the bitcoin price, before deciding to allow them again in September last year after three-month block.
YouTube “Christmas Purge” Has Content Creators Pointing to These Alternate Platformshttps://t.co/Gi15pVQChp— Deep Clips (@DeepClips) December 26, 2019
Jumping in – we're looking into this. Hope to share an update soon.— TeamYouTube (@TeamYouTube) December 25, 2019
Hi @TeamYouTube with over 100 videos removed & 2 strikes in 24 hours I have still not even received an email from you. This is really scary. We've hired new staff. I have a wife & baby to support. I can't fix the problem if I don't know what I've done or who to communicate with!?— Alex Saunders (@AlexSaundersAU) December 26, 2019
It's insane that @YouTube is deleting crypto-related content suddenly. Here is the piece I covered for @Cointelegraph on the topic https://t.co/QJZBD1TJhA Thanks @crypt0snews @naomibrockwell @CryptoFinally @cz_binance @themooncarl for the commentary! @LBRYio— Rachel Wolfson (@Rachelwolf00) December 25, 2019
YouTube crypto purge hits hard and fast https://t.co/JkZkXTEHbE— Morgellons Coin (@morgellonscoin) December 26, 2019