- Shiba Inu is the most popular up and coming cryptocurrency around the world, including in Australia
- The “meme coin” has seen the biggest recent increase in search interest in 98 countries around the globe
- Saitama places second overall, ranking as the top rising cryptocurrency in 15 countries
Sydney, April 28: Believe it or not Australians are into crypto and they have their own favourite cryptocurrency and it is none other than Shiba Inu.
According to Casino experts from CasinoScores Shiba Inu is the cryptocurrency that is generating the biggest increase and interest across the globe, new research finds.
“It’s fascinating to see the evolving impact of cryptocurrencies as the market grows and gains more publicity,” a spokesperson from CasinoScores said.
“The data shows which currencies have seen the biggest increase in interest around the world, and although Bitcoin is the most searched of all the digital currencies and still a go-to for many, it has plenty of competition around the world from newer coins like Shiba Inu, as well as more established competitors such as Ethereum.
“We’re also seeing that cryptocurrency has become more popular among gamblers, so it’s worth remembering that any return on investment in crypto is subject to tax in most countries, and to keep track of what needs to be reported based on where you pay tax.”
The findings were derived from a Google Trends search to analyse which cryptocurrency has seen the biggest increase in search frequency in 179 countries in the last twelve months.
Coming in first in 98 countries is Shiba Inu.
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Created as an experiment by anonymous ‘Ryoshi’ in 2020, the ‘meme coin’ is also known as the ‘Dogecoin killer’.
Shiba Inu recorded the biggest increase in search frequency over the past 12 months in countries including the UK, Germany, Australia and India.
The second spot goes to Saitama, which tops the list in 15 countries such as the United States, France and New Zealand.
The Saitama token launched last May and now has approximately 360,000 holders.
Binance and bomb crypto come in third, with a total of 14 countries showing high levels of interest in the currencies.
Binance is most popular in countries such as Kosovo and Zambia, while Bomb is of particular interest in the United Arab Emirates, Brazil and Japan.
In the fifth place is Chia with a big increase in searches in seven countries including Austria, Chile, Romania and Slovenia.
The already well-established cryptocurrency Ethereum takes the sixth spot in the ranking and saw the biggest increase in search frequency in five countries, including Antigua and Barbuda, Curaçao and Libya.
Bitcoin which is deemed the original cryptocurrency and was established in 2009 comes in at the seventh spot.
As the most searched cryptocurrency globally at 26.45 million searches, search levels for Bitcoin are already high around the world, so it tops the list for the largest increase in just four countries such as Chad, Cape Verde, St. Lucia and St. Vincent and Grenadines.
At the eighth spot is Bonfire, which attracted the biggest relative search increases in Norway, Ireland and Puerto Rico, along with Dogelon Mars generating interest in Italy, Slovakia and Vietnam.
While Polygon came in at the tenth spot and is deemed popular in countries such as Albania and Malaysia.
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