According to eToro, 33% of Americans would actually be more likely to go on a date with someone who mentions cryptocurrencies in their dating profile.
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Did you know that Bitcoin
Is a store of value
To use a British turn of phrase, cryptocurrencies are like Marmite — you either love them or you hate them.
While Bitcoiners, NFT collectors and altcoin devotees are perfectly content in their little corners of Crypto Twitter, a not-insignificant chunk of the population just can't stand digital assets.
But if a new survey is to be believed, there's hope for single sats stackers who are hoping to find love this Valentine's Day.
This certainly raises a few questions. Firstly, have you tried finding a restaurant that accepts BTC? And second… surely you should be more interested in the person than the payment method they use?
Anna Stone, eToro's director of corporate social responsibility, said:
"From online dating to investing in traditional and cryptoassets, app-based interactions have become a central part of some of the biggest life projects we can embark upon. At a time when we can make our most inherently personal choices with the click of a button, our latest survey findings help illuminate the connections between how we navigate two seemingly unrelated topics."
Should You Give an NFT for Valentine's Day?
The eToro survey also contains some facts and figures that may prove useful for those of us already in a relationship.
There are downsides here. If the NFT is your profile picture, how will your love interest have any way of finding out what you really look like?