Three More Countries Join Planned Lawsuit Against Internet Giants

Cryptocurrency and Blockchain organizations in Switzerland, Kazakhstan, and Armenia have recently joined those of Russia, China, and South Korea in filing a joint lawsuit against major Internet companies for banning crypto-related advertising, local Russian news outlet RNS reported Friday, April 6.

The plans to file the joint lawsuit against tech giants Google, Twitter, and Facebook were first revealed on March 27. The organizations originally filing the complaint include the Russian Association of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain (RACIB), the Korea Venture Business Associations, and LCBT, a Chinese association of crypto investors.

According to Yury Pripachkin, the president the RACIB, the new members of the joint lawsuit include such associations as Swiss InnMind fintech firm, the Armenian Blockchain Association, and the
Kazakhstan Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Association.


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