‘ What is Bitcoin? ‘ was the most wanted question of 2018 in Google
According to data from Google Trends Bitcoin was one of the most wanted topics in 2018, the interest continues even in the most critical moments.
Google published its list of trends in 2018 and “What is Bitcoin” classified as the main “what is…” For users in the United States and the United Kingdom, according to Google Trends.
Google said that the list, which includes major searches, news, people and beauty questions, is “search-based in terms of the highest peak this year compared to the previous year.”
Bitcoin was also a popular consultation in many other countries of the world. ‘ What is bitcoin ‘ was the second most sought-after phrase in the Consumer technology category in Canada. It was the second term of “What is it?” In Ireland behind “What is blasphemy?”
There’s still a lot of enthusiasm in the Criptomonedas
Despite the turbulent markets in 2018, Google’s results suggest that a good number of search engines are still interested in Criptomoneda.
Within the United States, ‘ How to buy Ripple ‘ was the fourth most sought-after.
CryptoGlobe reported in November how keyword searches “bitcoin” began to increase in the midst of the great price downturn of the Criptomoneda.
In 2017, ‘ What is Bitcoin ‘ was the second most popular ‘ what is… ‘, behind ‘ what is DACA ‘. Globally, according to Google Trends, ‘ How to buy bitcoin ‘ became the fourth ‘ how… ‘ Most popular in 2017. As of the closing date of this edition, this information was not yet available for 2018.
Booming markets over the past year, and especially in the last two months of 2017, certainly contributed to a massive search interest. Google’s trend data showed that for much of December 2017, more people searched for “Bitcoin” than “Trump”.
Google experiments with the world of cryptography and blockchain
Google has found itself linked to the world of Criptomonedas and blockchain through a variety of measures.
In early November, Google Ventures participated in a Venrock-led fundraising round that raised $15 million for Dapper Labs, creator of the popular CryptoKitties game. Almost at the same time, the CEO of Google LLC, Sundar Pichai, said he discovered how his 11-year-old son was extracting ether in a normal computer.
CryptoGlobe reported in July that Google co-founder Sergey Brin revealed that his 10-year-old son was also a criptomonedas miner. He made the comments at a blockchain summit in Morocco.