7 Gift Ideas for Crypto Lovers on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s day is finally upon us. Dear crypto lover couples, if you’re still struggling to find something extraordinary and unique, then this article is for you. Next, you’ll find the best gift ideas to surprise your significant other and make this Valentine that unforgettable one.

A Sum of Bitcoin

Gift an ever-growing Bitcoin as a symbol of your ever-growing love! Even if you can’t purchase a full Bitcoin, any amount of it will make a great gift. You just need to securely purchase Bitcoin and give the private key to your better half. Then both of you’ll share the same excitement towards the Bitcoin market. This will surely be something brand new for you two. If you want to buy Bitcoin, but you don’t know how, no worries. You can get all the necessary information for easy and safe purchase in our blog post.

Bitcoin Socks

“One can never have enough socks.”

― Albus Dumbledore

Gift soft Bitcoin socks, keep your person warm and comfortable! Socks are always a good gift idea, but if your second half is a crypto enthusiast, then socks with Bitcoin print are much more on point. Your person won’t only feel cozy but also happy just by looking at small Bitcoins on the socks.

Bitcoin Hoodie

Hoodies have become a mass trend in the previous years. So consider a Bitcoin hoodie for your stylish partner. Comfy, trendy, and with a favorable print. What else do you need?

Bitcoin Cufflinks

Your young man is fond of suits and shirts, and you want to complete his look with your gift. Bitcoin cufflinks are what you’re looking for. An elegant, classy and simple gift for those whose love for Bitcoin has no borders.


You can never go wrong with books — another amazing option to make your person happy. If your significant other wants to dive into blockchain and crypto, then don’t miss the opportunity to make their dream come true. Contribute to their self-development.

Here are some of our favorite reads you can consider:

  1. “Blockchain revolution” — Don and Alex Tapscotts
  2. “The Future of Finance” — Henri Arslanian
  3. “Coinstory” — David Stancel

Blockchain Challenger or Solidity Course

Your better half wants to start a career in the blockchain sphere. How can you help them?

We’ve got the best gift solution for you. Nooor has the ideal courses that you can get for your Valentine.

Give them the chance to level up their crypto and blockchain skills and ensure their career growth in this fast-growing sector.

The Ethereum and Solidity Development Course” is for those eager to become blockchain developers. “The Blockchain Challenger” will be a great fit for beginners. (Follow the links to know more about the courses). So you can fill out this form, and we’ll send a note to your loved one about the great gift you’ve got for them.

Confess Your Love on the Blockchain

Engrave your true feelings with blockchain! You want to express your love and look for something exceptional. Here’s an awesome way! Perhaps you don’t know that apart from being a digital currency, Bitcoin is also an unerasable message wall. With every crypto transaction you send a message that stays on the platform forever. So this can be the very original way of confession you’ve been looking for. Social media and computers can fail, even the engraved stone can be broken. But on the Bitcoin blockchain, your messages will be absolutely protected. No one can change the confirmed data on Bitcoin; all the content written on it will be on the blockchain forever and become an eternal proof of true love.

Valentine’s day is a chance to make your special somebody feel completely special. So take this chance to show your partner that you care about their interests. Hope you got some cool ideas from this article and already know what to prepare for that beautiful day. Don’t leave everything to the last day!

Wishing you love and a very memorable Valentine’s day!

Originally published at https://nooor.io on February 10, 2021.



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