On December 25, YouTube has deleted crypto-related videos from its website.
Currently, the popular website has reinstalled the videos, saying that they were removed "in error."
Numbers of YouTubers that are focused on Bitcoin and crypto-related videos received a message about their video removal.
And the platform had to apologize for its mistake. Yet, some bloggers are complaining their videos have not still been reinstated.
Chris Dunn, a blogger with more than 200000 subscribers, stated that this is a wake-up call for him, and he is looking for decentralized alternatives.
After many channels claimed that the Google-owned video-sharing platform is ignoring their complaints, video-creators shared their disappointment on Twitter.
It's insane that @YouTube is deleting crypto-related content suddenly. Here is the piece I covered for @Cointelegraph on the topic https://t.co/QJZBD1TJhA Thanks @crypt0snews@naomibrockwell@CryptoFinally@cz_binance@themooncarl for the commentary! @LBRYio— Rachel Wolfson (@Rachelwolf00) December 25, 2019
Representatives from YouTube mentioned that a wrong command was given: that's why so many videos were deleted. They assured that all the excised content will be recovered during the next days.