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In what to many seemed like a massive purge of content, Google owned You Tube shut down many cryptocurrency videos and channels. Creators of cryptocurrency content videos were left wondering what the motive was behind the seemingly random removal of multiple cryptocurrency videos.
As of today the popular video site is claiming that the removals were all a big mistake, but the cryptocurrency world remains wary of You Tube’s plans for the future of cryptocurrency related videos.
Sites like Bitchute and Steemit should use this latest ban as an opportunity to warn content creators about the danger of hosting all of their work on one site. At the very least, Bitchute and Steemit could be used to back up existing channels.