Are you kidding me @YouTube?! You are allowing PAID crypto free gift pre-roll Ads ?! You hyprocrits banned truthful bitcoin educator channels previously, BUT you allow PAID PRE-ROLL ADS of scams?! I have actually seen these scams before served in the algorithm when searching BUT never ever PAID Ads! pic.twitter.com/vWcpEPNaVM
— Bitcoin Meme Hub (@BitcoinMemeHub) July 11, 2020
Starting on July 11th, Youtube started to present advertisements including BTC free gift rip-offs to audiences, a clear infraction of trust and stability in the network. Whether this was an inside job or a fault in the algorithm, is not clear.
The 2nd part of these advertisements includes the Bitcoin free gift fraud, where you send out a certain amount and do not receive anything in return.
We reached out to Youtube for comment, however no reaction was given by the time of publication.
What the fuck @YouTube. You are actively pushing fraud advertisements?
— Zoran Spirkovski (@SpirkovskiZoran) July 11, 2020
Users on Twitter are raving and filled with disappointment in the video hosting service.
Another Bitcoin fraud on YouTube advertisements. WTF!!!!! pic.twitter.com/Hz0wCbFJyE
— eautiful Freedom ⚡ (@neomillennial) July 11, 2020
What the fuck @YouTube. You are actively pressing scam ads? Are you severe?
The advertisements include prominent faces, like Changpeng Zhao, Joe Rogan, and Steve Wozniak, together with footage from conferences.
Youtube has actually prohibited a range of legitimate cryptocurrency and blockchain channels on the platform, and in this act of hypocrisy is rapidly despairing from the crypto community.