- LunarCrush shared a list of the top ten most-searched cryptocurrencies by its users.
- The list includes BTC, VRA, RNDR, LUNR, INJ, ALU, ETH, MATIC, UTK, and SOL.
- Despite the current market volatility, LunarCrush’s users are interested in several prominent cryptocurrencies.
The social analytics platform LunarCrush recently shared a list of the top ten most-searched cryptocurrencies by its users. The list includes BTC, VRA, RNDR, LUNR, INJ, ALU, ETH, MATIC, UTK, and SOL.
Even with the current market volatility, prominent cryptocurrencies continue to trend on social media platforms. According to LunarCrush, these cryptocurrencies have piqued the interest of their users, resulting in them being among the top 10 most searched on the platform.
Bitcoin (BTC), the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, has earned the top spot on LunarCrush’s list with a Galaxy Score of 49 and 18.85 billion social engagements. Meanwhile, Verasity (VRA), the token of a blockchain-based platform that aims to disrupt the online video industry, ranked second with a Galaxy Score of 47 and social engagements of 108.74 million.
Render Token (RNDR), the utility token of Render Network, a decentralized network that allows users to rent out their computing power, took the third spot with a Galaxy Score of 50 and 171.62 million social engagements.
The cryptocurrencies that complete the remaining seven spots are LUNR (Galaxy Score 37, 10.53 million social engagements), INJ (Galaxy Score 46.5, 201.26 million social engagements), ALU (Galaxy Score 44.5, 339,337 social engagements), ETH (Galaxy Score 51.5, 7.36 billion social engagements), MATIC (Galaxy Score 45.5, 954.51 million social engagements), UTK (Galaxy Score 44, 22.02 million social engagements), and SOL (Galaxy Score 48.5, 3 billion social engagements).
The Galaxy Score is a metric created by LunarCrush that evaluates a cryptocurrency’s overall health and performance by analyzing factors such as market activity, social media presence, and developer behavior. Social engagements, on the other hand, refer to the total number of interactions (likes, comments, shares, etc.) a cryptocurrency has received on social media.