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According to a new survey, Bitcoin will be the most searched cryptocurrency on Google in 2022. DollarGeek’s personal finance experts examined Google searches for various cryptocurrencies to determine which were the most popular this year worldwide.

Every month, Bitcoin was the big winner. The Shiba Inu coin comes in second place on the list. In the United States of America In 2022, the cryptocurrency received an average of 1,290,000 monthly searches in the United States and 4.430,000 monthly searches worldwide. Little is known about the coin’s original creator, known only as “Ryoshi,” who debuted in 2020.

Dogecoin comes in third place, with approximately 729,000 searches per month in the United States in 2022. It also outnumbers the Shiba Inu currency in global searches this year, with an average of 5,850,000 searches worldwide. Dogecoin is regarded as an early example of a’meme currency,’ having been created as a ‘joke’ at the end of 2013.

Ethereum is ranked fourth on the list, with an average of 611,000 Google searches in the United States. Each year until 2022, the U.S. Furthermore, he received an average of 3.840,000 worldwide each month. It is also one of the most significant Bitcoin competitors in the cryptocurrency market, ranking second in terms of market capitalization.

Avalanche has finished the first five. In 2022, the cryptocurrency received approximately 534,000 monthly searches, with 861,000 monthly searches worldwide. It is a new cryptocurrency that was launched in September 2020.

The top ten is made up of Litecoin, which had 269,000 searches in the United States last year and 796,000 worldwide. Cardano comes in second, with an average of 247,000 searches per month in the United States and 1.470,000 worldwide. With 237,000 searches in the United States, XRP ranks seventh. Per month in the United States and 1,300,000 globally. Safemoon is his closest competitor, with 178,000 monthly searches in the United States. 1,030,000 in the United States and 1,030,000 worldwide. Nexus rounds out the top ten, with an average of 175,000 searches in the United States. Every month in the United States and 734,000 worldwide.

“Bitcoin is still the most popular cryptocurrency in the U.S.,” a DollarGeek spokesman said in response to the findings. Since its launch in 2009, it has been the first cryptocurrency in widespread use in the United States and worldwide, as evidenced by a large number of searches for some of the newest cryptocurrencies.

Source: es.cointelegraph.com & DollarGeek
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