Info about Ethereum and How We Measure its Popularity
Ethereum Coin Mentions Analytics
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Hypeanalysis started monitoring Ethereum on 2018-03-07
Highest number of news mentions reached was 102 on 2018-09-28, reaching an audience of 113295209 people
Lowest number of news mentions reached was 14 on 2019-03-23
The news mention growth trend over the last 30 days experienced no change
HypeIndex is up 0 vs previous month
HypeIndex90-100 – The coin has many mentions on news websites and has been searched for many times online. This suggests that the coin is popular on the cryptocurrency market.
HypeIndex is calculated from 0 to 100 based on a proprietary formula, which takes into account the number of news site mentions, the number of people reached, and the number of searches. All results are rounded up to the nearest index point and are based on previous month’s data. NOTE: the HypeIndex calculation for Most Mentioned Upcoming ICOs and Most Mentioned Currently Traded Coins does not take into account the number of searches.
Searches0-10 – The coin has not been searched for or has been searched for on search engines very few times. This suggests that the coin is not well known on the cryptocurrency market.
We track the number of times each Active ICO has been searched for on internet search engines. This information is presented only for Active ICOs. Data is updated once a month.
Mentions100+ – The coin has many mentions on news websites. This suggests that the coin is popular on the cryptocurrency market
In order to calculate the number of times a cryptocurrency is mentioned in the media, we look at both cryptocurrency news sites and the most well-known general news sites across the internet. For purposes of our measurement, multiple mentions of a cryptocurrency in an article are counted as one mention.
People Reached1M+ – The coin has been seen by a very large number of people on news websites. This suggests that the coin is popular on the cryptocurrency market.
In order to calculate the total number of people reached by coin mentions on news websites, we add up all the articles where a coin has been mentioned and multiply that by the average number of a news website’s visitors to estimate the number of people who may have potentially seen these mentions.