Bitcoin fell by 9 percent after the disclosure that Google, the globe’s leading ad provider, is restraining on digital currencies. Tech giant Google said in an update that its financial services strategies would curb the promotion of “cryptocurrencies and associated content” beginning in June 2018. Google alleged the related content comprises those for initial coin offerings (ICOs), digital currency wallets and exchanges.
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MONEY TRADE COIN, the new age cryptocurrency, dazzled its investors’ expectations by listing on NovaExchange. Immediate trading began post the launch by Money Trade Coin’s founder and CEO, Mr. Amit Lakhanpal and H.E. Sheikh Saqer Al Nahyan. The listing event held on September 17 at Burj Al Arab was witnessed by a list of 40 VIP businessmen including H.E. Sheikh Jumaa Al Maktoum, Mr. Faisal Almaazmi, his principal advisor and director of Greenland Capital Properties, Mr. Charles Said Kiwan founder of MVP Tech and Mr. Khaled Abdulla, Head of Communications MENA at Barclays PLC.