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Twitter Inc. started banning cryptocurrency advertising from Tuesday, joining Facebook and Google in a clampdown that seeks to avoid giving publicity to potential fraud or large investor losses.Facebook has restricted crypto-related adverts, while Google announced a ban that comes into force in June.The price of bitcoin, already 4 percent in the red Monday, fell further after the Twitter announcement. News of the Facebook and Google bans also knocked the price.
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