Ether and DOGE ranked in top 10 news searches on Google in 2021 while Dogecoin was the fourth most-popular news search both globally and in the United States as we can see more in today’s Ethereum news.
Major cryptocurrencies Ether and DOGE made the list of the world’s most searched terms this year on Google. Google released the annual list of top searches for the year and broke them down into a few categories including news, people, games, movies, and more. According to the Google trends of 2021, Dogecoin was the fourth-most popular news search item on Google in 2021 globally and in the United States. The news related to the query Ethereum Price was ranked 10th.
The cryptocurrencies are listed among the top search news items as well as other topics like AMC Stocks, COVID-19 vaccines, GME stock, Afghanistan, stimulus checks, and more. Not one cryptocurrency was featured on the list in 2020. it’s also worth noting that Bitcoin as the most valued cryptocurrency in the market was not featured in any category of the Year in Search 2021 across the world or in the United States. Launched in 2013, Dogecoin emerged as one of the biggest cryptocurrencies in 2021 as one of the most successful ones as well and entered the list of top 10 biggest coins by market cap earlier this year. DOGE’s price surged this year thanks to the endorsement from Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk that started promoting DOGE on Twitter a year ago.
At the time of writing, DOGE is up about 5,100% over the past year compared to 632% for Ether according to the data from CoinGEcko while bitcoin is up around 160% over the past year.
While some could argue that DOGE is a really enthusiastic aspect of the crypto market, Brad Garlinghouse doesn’t agree. Ripple’s CEO stated that DOGE might not be good for the crypto market because of its inflationary nature. The CEO commented during a CNBC-moderated panel discussion at the Fintech Abu Dhabi event and while discussing the broader market, he said that the rising inflation is creating some strong tailwinds for the entire sector. The labor department reported a 6.2% annual inflation for October and right after that, Bitcoin’s price hit a new all-time high of $69,000. with that said, Garlinghouse questioned how well DOGE could use its nature for its own value proposition
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