Coinmarketcap has become the 397th most visited website in the world according to Alexa. The data shows a drastic spike in traffic occurring throughout 2017, coinciding with this year’s boom across most cryptocurrency markets.
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Coinmarketcap Is the 263rd Most Visited Website in the United States
Data made available by Alexa shows that coinmarketcap has become the 397th most visited website in the world. The data reveals a considerable spike in recent months, with Coinmarketcap moving up from the position of 1049th most visited website in the last 30 days.
The majority of Coinmarketcap’s traffic is from the United States, with 26.65 of visitors being U.S-based. Other notable traffic sources are the United Kingdom – which accounts for 5.0% of visitors, Germany – 4.8%, India – 4.6%, and Japan – 4.5%. Alexa’s data shows that Coinmarketcap is the 263rd most visited website in the United States, the 212nd most visited in the United Kingdom, and the 277th most visited site in Germany.
The majority of coinmarket cap’s traffic (8.9%) arrives after having visited Google.com. Bittrex and Youtube are the next most common prior origins of visitors, accounting for 4.6% each, followed by Facebook (2.7%), and Google.ru (2.3%).
Coinmarketcap’s Search Engine Traffic Has Increased Since April, Signifying an Increase in Cryptocurrency User Adoption
The percentage of Coinmarketcap’s search-derived traffic has significantly increased since April, with 12.40% of the website traffic being reported to have originated from a search engine. From October 2016 until April 2017, search traffic consistently oscillated between 5 and 10 percent of the website’s traffic. Since April, search traffic has oscillated between 10 and 15 percent of coinmarketcap’s total traffic, signifying an expansion in the cryptocurrency userbase.
Curiously, the top keyword that search engine traffic is finding Coinmarketcap via is ‘ethereum’, equating to 8.89% of all search traffic. The next most common relay terms are ‘coinmarketcap’ (2.73%), ‘poloniex’ (2.69%), ‘bittrex’ (1.33%), and ‘ethereum price’ (1.29%).
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