Term Bitcoin Price loses pace on Google, worst in three years
The term Bitcoin Price is losing its relevance as well as search traffic with fewer netizens is looking for it more than a year. Bitcoin Price is nearing its historic low in terms of search popularity since 2015, shows Google Trends data.
Google Trends is a web facility that helps users getting an idea about the frequency of specific search terms compared to the total search volume done by netizens globally.
The search for Bitcoin Price was at its pinnacle between December 2017 and January 2018. In the same period, Bitcoin achieved its dream price, luring the attention of frenzied investors. Precisely, the highest number of searches was recorded between December 24 and December 30, 2017, says a CNN report
Bitcoin Price may soon touch its 2015 trend when it was searched for twice in every 100 searches
Unfortunately, the search frequency lost its pace and fell by half in February 2018 when Bitcoin was experiencing a bad time, nosediving less than half of its price. Since then, the search frequency was showing gradual downfall, with few instances of temporary surge between June 10 and June 16, on the back of Bitcoin price increase.
The current search frequency of Bitcoin Price stands at only seven out of 100; its lowest ever since July is continues to fall further. It seems that the search popularity is determined to dip to 2015 level, which saw just 2 out of every 100 searches, a pathetic state.
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