After digging through the [rules](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/wiki/expanded_rules#wiki_expanded_rules) of r/CryptoCurrency due to a recent post in r/hashgraph, it seems that crossposts from r/CC into another subreddit are **not** allowed.
Due to this, and to not get Hedera Hashgraph blacklisted from r/CC. All crossposts from r/CryptoCurrency will be automatically removed. You can still crosspost from r/hashgraph to r/CC.
The specific paragraphs (for anyone interested) is listed under 'Rule 3, Manipulation'
>Posts should be cross-posted into r/CC from other subs, and you should not cross-post, link to, or promote, a projects [/r/CC](https://old.reddit.com/r/CC) post on other subs or in social channels in order to prevent brigading. If a team wishes to promote an announcement post on Reddit, all social promotion of that should point to the post in their own subreddit and not in [/r/CC](https://old.reddit.com/r/CC).
>A lifetime ban will be given to the user responsible for the linking. Moderators from said community must, under Reddit’s sitewide rules, remove the posts resulting in brigading. If they fail to do so and do not work with the r/CC mods to resolve these issues, their project will be blacklisted for a minimum of three months.
Brigading is also [defined](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/wiki/vote_manipulation) in their wiki as
>Collective or coordinated action to influence the votes or comment section of a post or subreddit. Linking to a post from a project's subreddit, discord, telegram, or other platforms is an example of this.
Thanks, if you have any questions about this please let us know!
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