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Are Cryptocurrencies popular for Valentine's Day gifts? EToro survey: 33% think it increases likeability

The term cryptocurrency has become one of the hottest topics around the world in recent years, and this trend seems to have carried over to dating apps, with eToro's survey showing that mentioning cryptocurrency-related experiences or events on a dating platform can significantly increase interest and goodwill.

However, the results also call on users to be cautious and not to disclose their assets explicitly to avoid unnecessary trouble.

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