Google, the world’s most popular search engine is working for many tremendous projects to develop the space as a whole. Some new innovations and projects the company is implementing on include:
- “Cirq Project” to make a Quantum Computers worth useful, solving the complex problems better than classical computers.
- “The Data Transfer Project” where Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Twitter came together, to offer you various secure online services. The only one missing is Apple to complete the bunch
- Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and Ethereum listing in Google Currency Converter allows the user to stay in tune with the majority of the currency prices.
Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin in the List of Google’s Currency Converter
Back in 2014, Google included Bitcoin in its currency converter, along with the range of multiple powerful traditional currencies. However, recently Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and Ethereum have been added with Bitcoin to the list in the currency converter.
— Bitcoin (@Bitcoin) July 16, 2018
Google users can now quickly and easily calculate their cryptocurrency holdings limited to Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and Ethereum.
Here is the easiest way to convert your currencies straight from the search bar that shows up when you search the specific cryptocurrency. Like for instance “Bitcoin” or say “Litecoin”
In the case of the various altcoins, Google has been accommodating and trying to place things in place until now.
Google presents the converter automatically as you search for “Litecoin”, “Bitcoin” and “Bitcoin Cash”.
Bitcoin Cash Listing:
However, this is not the same case for Ethereum.
To find the currency converter for “Ether”, separately you need to enter “currency converter” in your web browser and then select the coin Ether from the drop-down menu.
Select Ether from the listing:
For Cryptocurrency supporters, this is another validation of the achievement of this project. However, seems like the Google’s somewhat gloomy stance toward crypto advertisements.
Google notes disclaimer says that the cryptocurrency price listed in the search results might not reflect the authentic real-time value. Google’s clever move to incorporate leading cryptos in its currency conversion accompanies the same gesture by Microsoft’s Bing in February.