SHIB demand on Google

SHIB demand on Google has decreased by more than 90%

SHIB demand on Google has decreased by more than 92%, according to the data from Finbold. Last year SHIB was one of the most viewed and searched tokens. In 2021, social media discussion about the token increased by 16000%.

SHIB demand on Google has decreased:

2021 was the year of the rival meme currency, SHIB. Token broke many records in the previous year. Statistics show that SHIB outperformed the whole crypto market by increasing its social media growth up to 16000%. This is not all, token was also the most viewed on the data analytics platform, CoinMarketCap. But it seems that with the beginning of the new year, the craze of the SHIB is decreasing.

SHIB demand on Google

Finbold has compiled the data which shows that after the rise of the token in 2021, SHIB demand on Google has decreased a lot. In the last 90 days, the demand for the token has decreased dramatically by 92%. On October 29, 2021, SHIB demand on Google was making a peak. “Buy Shiba Inu coin” was the keyword in demand. SHIB was making a peak of 100 on Google trends which has decreased to 8 as of today.

SHIB demand on Google

If we look further into the statistics of the token, then we will come to know that Nigeria was most interested in the rival meme currency of DOGE. Qatar holds second place in the list of top 10 most interested in buying the token. According to CoinMarketCap, the market cap of the token has also decreased by more than $3.5 billion in a week.

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