As soon as Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are moving with huge volatility, people are getting interested in the crypto world, and Google searches are showing it.\n\nAccording to Google trends, Bitcoin interest over time is at its highest level since April 2018. Numbers are expected to be higher at the end of the week as this week's values are incomplete. Relative interest over time for Bitcoin lies now at 17, 3 points higher than previous week of 14.\n\nThe interest is matching the collapse in Bitcoin prices that drove the unit to its lowest level since September 2017.\n\nAccording to Google Trends, the most popular related queries to Bitcoin in the last seven days were "Ohio bitcoin," "GM stocks," and "who is bitcoin crashing". In the United States, the two most searched related queries are "Ohio bitcoin taxes," and a question: "a blockchain is really just a what?"\n\nIn the United Kingdom, the most popular related query is "10000 bitcoin pizza," remembering the payment made on May 22, 2010, when Laszlo Hanyecz agreed to pay 10,000 bitcoins for two delivered pizzas from Papa John's in Florida.\n\n"Bitcoin profit fake" and "Bitcoin loophole betrug" are the most popular related queries in Germany as people are looking for reviews of Bitcoin automated trading software.\n\nFlying all the way to down under, the most popular related queries in the last seven days were "Warren Buffett Bitcoin," and in the consolidation frame, "Price Bitcoin."\nBlockchain searches at minimums in more than a year\nBlockchain searches seem to be linked to bitcoin price moves as the Google Trend chart on blockchain sources looks like the BTC\/USD chart for the last year. In fact, Blockchain inquiries are at its lowest level since August-September 2017, same as BTC\/USD valuation.\n\nGlobally, the two most related queries in the last seven days have been "AWS managed blockchain," and "Amazon managed blockchain," relating to the new service launched by Amazon and that will promote blockchain technology implementation.\n\nIn the United Kingdom, the more popular related query to Blockchain is "immutable database," with \u201cthe blockchain,\u201d and \u201cwhat is blockchain\u201d as tops. While in the United States is also "Amazon managed Blockchain," but \u201cwhat is blockchain,\u201d and \u201cblockchain technology\u201d remain as top searches.\n\nIn Australia is "AWS blockchain," with \u201cwhat is blockchain\u201d as a top. In Germany, "AMS aktie" is the most popular rising related query, while \u201cBitcoin blockchain\u201d is the top.