Bitcoin has surged to ever new heights this year, propelled primarily by institutional adoption of the asset. Major corporates have started accepting its prominence in the corporate world and looks like the latest one is coming from Google, likely driven by the huge spike in interest in the currency over the past few months.
Google Finance, The tech-giant’s finance information website has added prices of popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash.
Alongside “compare markets” section, crypto is listed among the five default markets, which also includes U.S., Europe, Asia and “Currencies.”
According to Google Trends, searches for “bitcoin” in the past several months have been growing but yet to meet the frenzied searching seen three years ago.
Cryptos’ growing market presence has led to a lot of players in the financial industry to acknowledge them and looks like the ball is going to roll sooner than ever before.