Crypto Websites Make its Way Among Top 10 in Investment Category Amidst Fidelity & Ameritrade
- Crypto is a force to be reckoned
- Coinmarketcap, TradingView, Binance, Coinbase, and BitMEX are among the top listers
- The United States and Russia are the dominant countries in terms of traffic
Cryptocurrencies are increasingly gaining momentum not just price wise but also when it comes to adoption.
Just last month, a survey by Fidelity Digital Assets, a subsidiary of asset management firm Fidelity Investments revealed that half of the respondents believe digital assets like Bitcoin have a scope to be included in their portfolios.
Moreover, it divulged that 22 percent of institutional investors already have exposure digital assets while four in ten respondents said they are open to future investments over the next five years.
Crypto Is A Force To Be Reckoned
Now, if we take a look at the websites in the cryptocurrency space, the insights revealed are just as interesting and further evident to the fact that cryptocurrencies are gaining momentum.
Economist and trader, Alex Kruger took to Twitter to share the top ten cryptocurrency related websites worldwide. This list includes Coinmarketcap, TradingView, Binance, and Coinbase along with six other websites. The traffic on these websites are dominated by the United States and Russia amounting to a share of 14 to 15 percent.
In a separate Twitter thread, Kruger shares how traffic estimates vary greatly by source. For example, in the case of Binance, while Similarweb shows 14% of US visitors, Alexa shows 23%.
- The findings further involve the top three websites per different categories,
- Most popular websites by total visits are Coinmarketcap, Tradingview, and Freebitco.in
- Most popular websites by page views are Binance, Coinbase, and Coinmarketcap
- Most popular websites by total time in the website are Coinmarketcap, Binance, and Bitmex
- Longest visits are recorded by following websites, Bitmex, Localbitcoins, and Bitflyer
Kruger further pointed out how Coinmarketcap is the 24th most popular website in the “finance” category while TradingView is at 77th place and the Binance is at 33rd spot. The first two places in this list are acquired by Paypal and Chase.
However, on further narrowing it down to “Finance>Investing” category, Coinmarketcap falls on the 3rd place.
Just recently, Cameron Winklevoss, a Bitcoin billionaire and founder of Gemini crypto exchange shared how the Gemini mobile app came under top 20 in the App store for Finance Apps as Bitcoin broke $9,000 level.
As Bitcoin price starts seeing action crossing $9,000 level, the website that provides relevant information regarding crypto related data and allowing buy and sell of cryptos, moves up the rank as well.