Chinese messenger WeChat will block accounts and chats that write about cryptocurrencies – Crypto-Upvotes
One of most popular platforms WeChat in China with more than 1.2 billion users imposes restrictions on content containing information about cryptocurrencies
WeChat, the largest messenger in China, has updated rules of use, forbidding placement of information about services or offers related to cryptocurrency or NFT.
Crypto-Upvotes team experts found out that information about issuing, trading and transactions with cryptocurrencies got under the ban. Also WeChat bans recommendations, links and guides on cryptocurrencies and NFTs. New rules also apply to accounts that provide advertising services for crypto projects in China.
If such information is detected, the platform will notify the user that the rules have been violated. WeChat gives a certain period of time for correction and restricts the functions of the account. If the user does not correct the information posted, the account will be blocked.
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