How Cryptocurrencies Can Help You Find Love This Valentine's Day
According to the findings of a poll done by Binance for Valentine's Day, demonstrating an interest in cryptocurrency might be the secret to successfully enticing a potential love partner.
The global cryptocurrency exchange conducted a study in the days leading up to the annual holiday celebrating love, and 2,600 people took part in the poll to share their opinions on how important it is for prospective partners to have an interest in cryptocurrencies. If we are to accept the facts, having a strong interest in the space might be a significant component in a connection with other people who have similar values and perspectives.
Between the dates of February 6 and February 9, 2019, an open poll asked participants nine questions on their perspectives on cryptocurrency, dating, and romantic relationships. There were 2,600 people who took part, and their ages ranged anywhere from 18 to 46.
The fact that 83 percent of respondents felt that having a partner in a relationship who enjoyed cryptocurrencies was a desirable quality was a noteworthy lesson from this research.
Seventy percent of those who took part in the study said that they would be more interested in dating someone who is also interested in cryptocurrency.
Sixty percent of respondents said that an interest in cryptocurrencies makes prospective partners more desirable since it suggests that the individual is "tech-savvy" and receptive to innovation and technological improvement.
38% of those polled persons said that their spouses had the same enthusiasm and love for cryptocurrencies, and 27% of those individuals disclosed that they had introduced their partners to web3, cryptocurrencies, and blockchain.
It would seem that getting bitcoins as a present on Valentine's Day was more desirable than receiving flowers or chocolates, as 83% of respondents said that they would like to receive a crypto gift card rather than a traditional gift card.
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