Presearch is a default search engine on all new and factory-reset Android devices sold in the U.K. and Europe.
Crypto data provider CoinMarketCap continues expanding its reach by integrating its crypto price data into Presearch, a major decentralized search engine.
CoinMarketCap has partnered with Presearch to provide its data feeds to the search engine, allowing users to see CoinMarketCap price data directly on Presearch, according to a Tuesday announcement shared with Cointelegraph.
With the partnership, Presearch’s 2.4 million registered users will instantly see a CoinMarketCap-provided overview for any crypto-related term on the engine, including prices, daily volumes, a market capitalization, circulating supply and total supply.
“The function will roll out immediately tomorrow and will be available wherever users use the search engine,” a spokesperson for Presearch said, adding that the new functionality will be available from the web to mobile.
Additionally, Presearch will get exposure to CoinMarketCap’s millions of visitors via a marketing campaign featuring ongoing promotions. According to data from traffic analytics platform SimilarWeb, CoinMarketCap had 187 million total visits in August 2021. The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, acquired CoinMarketCap in April 2020.
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Launched in 2017, Presearch is a decentralized search engine compensating users for searching on their platform with a cryptocurrency called Presearch (PRE) tokens. “We think the timing for Presearch couldn’t be any better due to the growing backlash against the tech titans like Google, Facebook and Amazon,” Presearch said at the launch. At the time of writing, one PRE token is trading at $0.42, with a market cap of $144 million.
Last month, global tech giant Google listed Presearch as a default browser option for all new and factory-reset Android devices sold in the United Kingdom and Europe.