"Google just banned cryptocurrency and ICO ads, a move that follows Facebook’s decision to do the same. The language is stark: You are no longer allowed to advertise “Cryptocurrencies and related content (including but not limited to initial coin offerings, cryptocurrency exchanges, cryptocurrency wallets, and cryptocurrency trading advice).” This is good news.
If your bank account is hacked/stolen... FDIC insures it. CUNA insures Credit Unions.
There's no regulation... and once your cryptocurrency account is cleaned out... just who is backing it and will return your "coins"?
I don't blame Google one tiny bit. Are they supposed to BACK accounts using cryptocurrency or be subjected to lawsuits for culpability in not protecting users?
Several times each day, as I surf the Internet, MalwareBytes and/or EmsiSoft BLOCK domains that are phishing for cryptocurrency accounts. I don't have any such accounts, but it's good to know that at least some Anti-Malware products are "on the job".