YouTube is a video-sharing company that provides its customers the services of storing and showing videos. The users of YouTube are able to download, watch, rate, comment, like, share and tag videos as favorites. The YouTube company was founded in 2005 and the main office is currently headquartered in San Bruno, California. Recently, YouTube has implemented monetization of content not only with advertisements, but for just watching videos using YouTube, so cryptocurrency is currently considered not only as the main subject of many videos but as a possible payment method for the services. As the company was bought by Google in 2006, just like on Google, on YouTube Bitcoin-related advertisement are banned. Nevertheless, users can still find useful information on YouTube about Bitcoin mining, blockchain, etc.
YouTubers turn to decentralized video platforms as an alternative to YouTube, while lawyers chime in on the matter
What’s Next For YouTubers Impacted By Crypto-Related Content Ban?
YouTube starts to remove bans from crypto-related content as YouTubers look towards decentralized social media platforms.
YouTube Reinstates More Crypto-Related Content, Admits To Mistake Via Twitter
YouTubers affected by YouTube’s crypto ban say videos still not fully restored after the platform admits to deleting crypto-related content by mistake.
YouTube Crypto-Related Content Not Fully Restored, YouTubers Say “Nothing Has Changed”
Crypto influencers speak out and share updates on YouTube deleting crypto-related content on its platform.
Cryptocurrency Influencers Speak Out On YouTube Deleting Crypto-Related Content
Crypto YouTubers are greeting the holidays with the sobering news that their content appears to have been censored by the platform.
Crypto YouTubers Allege Platform Is Censoring Their Content
Major antivirus software supplier Eset has found cyber criminals using YouTube to distribute mining modules to cryptojack Monero.
Report: Cyber Criminals Are Using YouTube To Install Cryptojacking Malware
LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman teamed up with Youtubers to release a battle rap between Alexander Hamilton and Satoshi Nakamoto.
Co-founder of LinkedIn Presents Crypto Rap Video: Hamilton vs. Satoshi