Cryptocurrency has been gaining popularity in an increasing amount with each day passing. Not just the financial sector but every industry across the world economy has started considering blockchain technology and cryptocurrency as something crucial and worth integrating. When so much is happening around the world on this new age technology, how come one of the most used search engines in the world will stay behind and ignore this change?
The giant search engine Google has decided to integrate crypto related tools to its structure. This search engine undertakes over 3.5 billions of searches each day. Its yearly searches are 1.2 trillion. It is exciting news for crypto lovers when such a big search engine is integrating crypto tools.
At the moment, Google is working for some cryptocurrencies only, which include Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, XRP, etc. But, it is not open to all other crypto coins.
Google has added a special currency conversion tool which accepts commands for Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ether, and Litecoin; but not the rest. On the other hand, most of the fiat currencies in the world are supported by this currency value conversion tool of Google. Plus, Google offers the logo of Bitcoin exclusively for the iOS platform.
It is worth noting that Google has been gathering and integrating a huge amount of data from the searches done across the world and has combined this data to provide information and data from large blockchains (such as Bitcoin and Ethereum). Due to this, huge data from these blockchains are available on the internet to read and use.
With this data at the disposal, companies can synchronize the ETH blockchain to the devices running Parity on Google. This will permit individuals who are interested in crypto to possess information about smart contract transactions and a lot more. In the future, we can expect Google to undertake a few new changes and developments and permit users to have a better experience in the handling of digital currency.
At present, Google seems to be working on a new way to display more cryptocurrencies in the search result when a user searches for any particular crypto. This would help in providing the user with an extra dose of the information on the particular searched category. This new change is still in process and getting tested. A new crypto bar is yet to get added to the page.