Crypto exchange traffic continued its growth streak in February

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Crypto exchanges drew more than 400 million website visits during February, according to data tracked by The Block Research.

SimilarWeb shows February's figure -- some 431.98 million visits -- is higher than at any point since January 2018. Like January 2021's numbers, the February figure was boosted by elevated activity in crypto markets, with the price of bitcoin trading above $50,000 for the first time

Crypto exchange web traffic

Source: Similarweb, The Block Research

As has been the case in the past, Binance continues to gather the lion's share of Web traffic, accounting for 34.61% of February's volume, followed by Coinbase at 21.46%.

Share of web traffic crypto exchanges

Source: Similarweb, The Block Research

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