well @Mailchimp has suspended the Messari email account for no reason.
web2 delenda est.
— Ryan Selkis 🥷 (@twobitidiot) August 10, 2022
A slew of recent bans
Lol, @Mailchimp suspended my new account to tell you all about drops because ” because the content associated with your industry conflicts with our Acceptable Use Policy” – so, Twitter it is. Sorry :/ pic.twitter.com/S7qv7yUiVb
— Ocarina (@ocarinalrc) August 1, 2022
Banned by Mailchimp today.
Apparently there’s too much “risk” servicing companies involved in crypto. Despite applying as an Apparel brand.
Extremely disappointing. pic.twitter.com/iFG7HQeZM4
— Jesse “🎲🎲” Friedland👺 (@JesseFriedland) August 5, 2022
A history of anti-crypto guidelines
Cryptocurrency-related information isn’t necessarily prohibited. It can be sent as long as the sender isn’t involved in the production, sale, exchange, storage, or marketing of cryptocurrencies. Our Acceptable Use Policy goes into more detail: https://t.co/JnHajBEUNk
— Mailchimp (@Mailchimp) March 29, 2018