A recent study revealed that in the United States, among the most sought-after cryptocurrencies online, Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) are still very popular.

According to information obtained from Google Trends data, Dogecoin; It was the most researched cryptocurrency in 23 states, including Illinois, Hawaii, New Jersey, and Florida. In addition, DOGE's biggest rival is the Shiba Inu (SHIB); It has become the most curious altcoin by users in seven regions, including major states such as New York, Texas, California and Nevada, making Shiba Inu the 4th most curious crypto asset.

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Bitcoin (BTC), the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, was the second most sought-after cryptocurrency after Dogecoin. Bitcoin, the most sought-after cryptocurrency in 10 states across the US, came after Dogecoin interest.

A Coin Insider spokesperson had this to say about the research:

   “This study provides an incredible insight into where investments are coming from across the US, with Dogecoin (DOGE) overtaking Bitcoin as the most popular cryptocurrency on the internet. With over 6,500 cryptocurrencies available worldwide, the top 10 by value It's fascinating to see that cryptocurrencies that aren't listed in the list are still the most sought after."

Ranking 959th Lithium Coin Attracted Attention

In the US, the list continued with Ethereum (ETH), Shiba Inu (SHIB), Cardano (ADA) and Lithium Coin (LITH), after Dogecoin and Bitcoin, while these altcoins were among the other most popular searches on a state basis. Among other known cryptocurrencies, Lithium Coin (LITH), which is the most sought after and 959th in only one state, was also noteworthy.

Although Bitcoin maintains its leadership in Google Trends searches worldwide, the increase in Dogecoin interest in the USA, which is one of the largest markets for crypto money markets, is interpreted as the interest in joke-themed coins is starting to increase again. Dogecoin has been back in the limelight in the last 24 hours, after its most important backer, Elon Musk, became the largest Twitter shareholder.