Web traffic to cryptocurrency exchanges fell by over 14% in September
October 10, 2020, 11:48AM EDT
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Cryptocurrency exchange web traffic dropped 14.6% from August to September, data from The Block Research shows.
August 2020 web traffic peaked at 144.3 million visits, a yearly high, while September saw 123.2 million visits. Despite the drop in visitors, September is still the second-highest web traffic month for exchanges in 2020.
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Binance held 28.9% — the majority — of web traffic visits at 35.6 million. Coinbase followed at 19.2% of web traffic, or 23.7 million. BitMEX saw 5.4 million, or 4.4%.
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