Trend Micro discovered the eight fake apps in its study and alerted Google to take them down, but it says there are over 100 more still online on Play Store.
The updated policy, which was first outlined in June, allows advertisers to market their digital currency services to audiences in the United States, provided they meet specific requirements.
The revisions are the first overhaul to the rules since late 2018, when it loosened restrictions around advertising from previously stricter measures.
The explosion of data sped up the transformation into a connected world as more information was available for collection and analysis than ever before, Jacob Rozen writes.
Innovation is thriving in Bitcoin SV but Charles Miller predicts that its successes will be by adding to the world we know, rather than by destroying it.
Steve Wozniak, along with 17 others, claimed that YouTube has played a big part in encouraging the growth of BTC giveaway scams.
The tech giants are facing a possible $300 billion class-action lawsuit over their decision to ban digital currency ads.
Google has taken down another batch of fake digital currency wallets from its Chrome Web Store. The wallets have been tricking users and stealing their tokens.
Google has refused to accept ads from CoinCorner exchange for years, but in a cruel twist, it has been promoting an ad for a clone of the British exchange.
The malicious third-party extensions include those impersonating existing digital currency brands, such as Ledger, Trezor and Electrum.
A malicious Chrome extension that falsely claims to be from the Ledger hardware wallet has been found to steal from its users. One victim lost $19,000.