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Popular email service MailChimp appears to be drinking the anti-crypto kool-aidand has reportingly begun shutting down cryptocurrency and ICO related accounts.

Despite the stomach-churning roller coaster ride that has been the cryptocurrency market of late, the number of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) continues to rise. It seems like we hear about a new blockchain project or ICO on a daily basis and those projects rely on social media platforms and other tools – including email marketing tools like MailChimp – in order to expand their user base and promote their services.

According to Gizmodo article, MailChimp – one of the top five email marketing platforms according to Inc.com –has begun shutting down the accounts of websites that use their service for cryptocurrency and ICO promotions. The decision has left these projects scrambling to find alternate service providers.

. @MailChimp I've spent thousands of dollars with you and sent hundreds of subscriber emails on crypto over the past five years.

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