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Search Engine Giant Google Announced It Will Allow Wallet Address Searches For These Altcoin Networks!

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Search Engine Giant Google Announced It Will Allow Wallet Address Searches For These Altcoin Networks!

In a significant development for cryptocurrency enthusiasts and investors, Google has expanded its search capabilities to include wallet address searches for various blockchain networks, including Bitcoin, Fantom, Arbitrum, and others.

Google Introduces Wallet Address Searches for Bitcoin, Fantom, Arbitrum and More

This development allows users to conveniently check their wallet balances on different blockchain networks directly from the search engine.

Supported blockchain networks for wallet address lookups now include Bitcoin, Arbitrum, Avalanche, Optimism, Polygon, and Fantom.

Users can enter a wallet address into Google’s search bar to get information about the remaining token balance in the wallet for each respective network.

Additionally, search results also show when the balance was last updated, providing users with real-time information on their cryptocurrency holdings.

Google clarified that the balances shown in search results represent only the native token for each network, and the last updated timestamp reflects the balance as of the last external transaction. It is important to note that updates to wallet balances are not instantaneous.

This latest feature builds on Google’s recent efforts to support Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domains in search results.

ENS provides readable domain names for Ethereum wallet addresses, allowing users to easily identify wallet owners. For example, vitalik.eth, the domain name of Ethereum producer Vitalik Buterin, can be searched on Google to view relevant wallet balance information.

Google’s expansion of wallet address searches for various blockchain networks follows its initial support for Ethereum wallet balance searches that began in May of the previous year.

At the time, Google allowed users to search for specific public addresses and view wallet balances directly within the search results.

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