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Here is an interesting comparison inbetween BTC and ETH for the last 12 months using Google Trends, the rente te Ethereum is still on the rise spil you can see from the graph while the rente ter Bitcoin is going down after the peak about 2-3 weeks ago. What is more interesting however is the Rente by region statistics, namely where the most searches are coming form. The top Five countries for Bitcoin are Nigeria, Bolivia, Ghana, South Africa and Colombia… this rises some concerns, while for Ethereum the top Five includes Netherlands, Singapore, Switzerland, Austria and Venezuela. Of course the number of searches for Bitcoin is much higher compared to Ethereum if you want to compare that spil well and not look at the graphs separately just spil a trend.
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Five Responses to Comparing Bitcoin vs Ethereum Using Google Trends
Why would Nigeria, Bolivia, Ghana, South Africa and Colombia searches be concerning? I think its good that those countries are very interested ter bitcoin.
Unluckily the rise of rente from thesis countries could be associated more with Bitcoin fraud than genuine rente te adopting the crypto currency, that is why it could rise some concern.
I think the original bitcoin rise began from the ransomware outbreak. Once embarked, investors hopped on to keep the rise going. I take this gegevens spil the origin countries of the ransomware that are following their profits and determining if they should make more.
“Unfortunately the rise of rente from thesis countries could be associated more with Bitcoin fraud than genuine rente ter adopting the crypto currency, that is why it could rise some concern.”
Fraud can take place anywhere and does. The Shadow Brokers are based te Eastern Europe FFS.
What you’re indeed telling is, “fraud is more likely te non-western European/non-North American countries”. Observe yourself. I read your blog for years I’d hate it if you turned out to be some racist.
A better point might be made that it is concerning that Nigeria, Bolivia, Ghana, South Africa and Colombia are interested te Bitcoin while not indeed aware of Ethereum because given the average wage ter those countries Bitcoin’s high transaction fees could be a barrier to mass adoption.
That reaction wasgoed right on a plate for you but you went with the lowest common denominator/low IQ response.
Now it sounds racist… not the intention. Some of thesis countries have adopted pretty clever alternatives for cashless payments that are much more widespread than traditional use of metselspecie and relying on banking institutions, so Bitcoin and other crypto currencies could be adopted much lighter and painless. That does not te any way however switch the fact that thesis countries are also associated mostly with high fraud risk overheen Internet and that goes for Bitcoin spil well.