Google searches for 'Uniswap' are booming

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Google keyword search volume for the “Uniswap” — a useful indicator of interest in DeFi more broadly — has reached its highest point since September of 2020.

Google doesn’t release raw numbers for search volume. Instead, it publishes scores between zero and 100, where zero is no interest in the term and 100 is maximum interest. The current score for “Uniswap” is 87. Last September, it got as high as 100.

The search term “Uniswap” is up 10.1% compared with last week and has been trending upward since hitting 32 at the beginning of the year. 

Uniswap is the largest decentralized exchange by volume, boasting more than $36 billion in trading volume for February and regularly contributing more than half the total volume for decentralized exchanges.

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