Fiji fortifies its guard as fake digital asset ads preying on unsuspecting investors rise on social media, with authorities reminding that the country isn't yet open to embracing virtual currencies.
Thailand slowly loses its momentum in adopting digital assets as operators face stringent regulatory protocols, while at the same time carefully treading the bear market.
Six senators, including Elizabeth Warren, wrote a letter to the Meta CEO demanding to know how he is fighting scams after readmitting ads.
In their defense, the Gale twins believed that the inclusion of the words "A.D." by their management was enough warning and that they did not urge individuals to invest directly in digital assets.
In a move to ramp up revenue, Netflix is looking to roll out advertisements on its platform, but it remains aloof in promoting digital assets—decision advertisers hope will be reconsidered.
Thailand doubles down on consumer protection with stringent protocols on advertising, mandating digital asset operators to sell assets based on facts, including disclosing the risks of acquiring one.
Quite literally, ads is the way the internet is monetized. This is how marketers turn your eyeballs looking at computer screens into profits. In a way, it wasn’t the internet that invented ads. Ads have always been how television monetized its programming.