The cryptocurrency boom goes all the way until the holidays. If you already run out of smart ideas for Christmas presents, take a look at these one-of-a-kind gift suggestions influenced by today’s digital currencies.
Startup firm Axiom Zen from Canada conceived the Ethereum CryptoKitties similar to Blockchain’s Tamagotchi electronic toys and Neko Atsume kitty collection. The game entails breeding and digital trading kitties with Ethereum smart contracts. Coin Telegraph confirmed total sales that reached $12 million as some of the virtual cats with unusual traits sold for around $80, 000 or more. The merchandise owns about 15% of the ETH network traffic because of the virtual felines’ immense popularity.
Bitcoin Socks, Sweaters, and Mobile Phone Accessories
The Kimchi socks came from South Korea and sold at eCommerce sites such as Amazon.com and online crypto outlets which include All Things Decentral. These Bitcoin socks come in multiple designs and colors. American entrepreneur Jason Holmes founded this online shop that also sells t=shirts, ties, hats, and mugs.
For people who love wearing sweaters during the cold December months, Holdomon displays crypto-inspired jerseys. Customers can choose customized designs or even include new coin patterns. Meanwhile, TeePublic introduced its collection of tee shirts and sweaters plus mobile phone and laptop cases for young techies.
CryptoArt.com combines artistic flair, technology, and currencies for functionality and aesthetics. You can store Bitcoins in this handcrafted paper wallet which represents a beautiful work of art that secures your tokens offline. On the other hand, Bitcoin advocate and artist Cryptograffiti creates different artwork from a variety of materials like old credit cards, electronic ink, and Raspberry Pi. Meanwhile, Decentralized Art Shows encourages Bitcoin consumers to purchase virtual art shows and digital currencies.
These crypto-fabricated hardware wallets ensure total protection against online crooks and hackers that can compromise your virtual funds. The sleek Cryptosteel wallet enables users to store up to 96 digits of codes, passwords, or Japanese poetry (Haiku) in the fireproof and water-resistant steel casing. Cryptosteel complements products like the Trezor hardware with micro USB port, display screen, and two control buttons.
Mining Rigs and Holiday Cards
Mining rig refers to a more special gift that helps set up custom mining hardware for connecting a network of personal computers that will validate transactions in the Blockchain platform. For crypto buffs who want simple stuff, you can give a simple greeting card from All Things Decentral that also functions as the paper wallet for your desired digital money. Your relatives or friends can redeem their gift cards at Amazon.com, Starbucks, and other prominent retail outlets
Donate to a Cause
You have the option to contribute to the charity like the philanthropic crypto initiative by Giveth, a not for profit Blockchain institution. Donors can monitor the status of their cryptocurrencies for purposes of transparency. A starter kit, The Bitcoin Beginner Box, will educate amateurs about the crypto process.
Give your loved ones and other people dear to you the crypto gift of choice and convince those people to patronize the Bitcoin as well for an entire lifetime.
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