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Google Now Converts BTC, ETH, LTC, and BCH to USD

Google Now Converts BTC, ETH, LTC, and BCH to USD

Google’s instant results are very handy for pretty much all information-related queries. One thing a lot of crypto enthusiasts are using it for is probably the ability to convert Bitcoin into USD. The process of converting it by hand is tedious and when you have to constantly monitor it all day, it can get annoying.

Thankfully, you can simply do a search for “bitcoin” in Google and you’ll get an instant result of its value in USD, or any other currency for that matter.

But what happens when you want to convert altcoins like Ether (ETH) or Litecoin (LTC) or Bitcoin Cash (BCH)? Google doesn’t process it. Until now.

Now, you can simply punch in any of those symbols or coins and Google will show the result for its value converted to the fiat of your choice.

Although this isn’t groundbreaking, it shows that a search giant does indeed recognize the growing interest in these altcoins and crypto in general. And if there’s anyone that can track data, know everything about anything, and caters to the audience, it’s Google. With all that big data collected and its decision to incorporate these coins as convertible currency is a silent nod to the developing world of cryptocurrency, whether or not Google is an investor (which they are in terms of blockchain technology).

Analytical. Paranoid. OCD. Interested in the world of crypto and how it affects our current world and future. New to investing, not so new to know how crypto works and influence the world of fiat currency. Blockchain is my second wife.

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