Appian was not advertised on Bitcoin.com; press releases are not advertisements, and we are quite strict when vetting our advertising partners. Appian did, however, utilise our Press Release service to issue a press release.On this site the Appian Token was advertised, but turned out to be another SCAM? Anyone agree or disagree?
Does BitCoin News or Forum vet anyone that pays to post a PR notice?
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