Bitcoin Tops Donald Trump in Google Searches: Report

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• Americans are more curious about Bitcoin (BTC) than Donald Trump, guns, or other political and entertainment topics.
• Nevada is the most “Bitcoin-crazy” state in the US, with low taxes and government initiatives to promote innovation.
• A new report from the Treasury Department found that North Korea and criminals use decentralized finance services to bag illicit profits.

Google Trends Show Bitcoin Most Searched Term in U.S.

A search volume comparison based on Ahrefs data revealed that Americans are curious about Bitcoin (BTC), with Nevada taking the spot as the “most Bitcoin-crazy state” in the United States. Despite former U.S. President Donald Trump making headlines consistently, he only takes the second position on the list of the most-searched terms in America.

Nevada is Most ‘Bitcoin-Crazy’ State

A state-wise comparison revealed Nevada as the state with the biggest number of “Bitcoin” searches, followed by Miami, California and Washington. The primary reason for this finding is attributed to lower taxes and local government initiatives to promote innovation, according to Trading Browser.

Donald Trump & Google Trends Data

In the last 30 days, Google searches for Donald Trump exceeded Bitcoin for just two days — on April 4 and 5 — when reports of Trump’s possible arrest emerged, according to Google Trends data.

Risk Assessment on DeFi Illicit Finance Risk

A new report from the U.S. Department of the Treasury concluded that North Korea and criminals use decentralized finance services to bag illicit profits. However, as Cointelegraph reported, any regulation must be compatible with crypto technology itself as a risk assessment is often a first step towards regulation

Conclusion

It seems that despite all of its controversy surrounding politics and entertainment topics such as Donald Trump or guns in America; it appears that Americans are more interested in searching for Bitcoin than these topics combined!

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