With the recent turn of events in the cryptocurrency industry, the crypto-industry has been flying higher than ever. When it comes to cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin (BTC) has turned out to be the digital-asset that is by far the most superior and demanded.
No matter it is the worldwide adoption of the digital currencies or alternatives for remittances, it is Bitcoin (BTC) that is going a long way. It is providing even the simplest of people with opportunities that other financial solutions lack in providing.
Recently, one of the senior marketing managers at one of the major investment platforms revealed some very interesting data. Brad Michelson, who is a senior marketing manager at eToro revealed the search results for Bitcoin (BTC) processed in the current year.
Brad Michelson revealed that the global search volume for Bitcoin (BTC) has been the record highest. He confirmed that Bitcoin’s (BTC) current global search volume has even exceeded the search volume from 2017. In 2017, the global search volume for Bitcoin (BTC) went onto the peak due to its bullish nature before taking a fall for the worst.
To provide more insights on the search data for Bitcoin (BTC), Michelson quoted the search engine data collected by SEMrush. SEMrush is known globally as one of the top search engine data providers. A per SEMrush’s data, Bitcoin’s monthly-search volume for the month of November 2020 accounted for 8.9 million.
While quoting the 8.9 million global search results, Michelson revealed that these stats are 356% more than the search results that were recorded back in December 2017.
Michelson revealed that the global search volumes for Bitcoin (BTC) back in December 2017 were just 2.5 million.
While presenting and quoting the Bitcoin search volume data, he also talked about the search results for Google. He stated that while SEMrush data analyzing tools show such a high difference in volume for Bitcoin (BTC) between 2017 and 2020, Google seems to be showing no such stats.
He commented that Google’s trends data does not reflect this change at all. Michelson stated that Google should also show the difference in search volumes for Bitcoin (BTC) from 2017 to 2020.