People who invest in cryptocurrencies are viewed as “more attractive, smarter and wealthier than non-investors” according to a recent survey aimed at assessing whether investing in crypto makes a person more attractive.
Interestingly, more than three quarters of respondents in the survey ‘Does investing in cryptocurrency make you more attractive?said they tend to date someone if their dating app profile mentions cryptocurrency, according to the study CryptoVantage.
Additionally, the results of the study, which included 1,002 Americans, revealed that 50% of female respondents believe crypto investors are more attractive than non-investors. Meanwhile, 40% of male respondents believe crypto investors are smarter than non-investors.
About 46% of respondents believe crypto investors are more desirable, while 42% think they are wiser. 34% think crypto investors are wealthier than non-investors.
Crypto ended more than 2 out of 3 couple relationships
However, 69% of crypto investors surveyed said that the decision to invest in a cryptocurrency was the reason a relationship ended.
According to the results of the study:
“More than three-quarters of respondents would click directly on someone who mentions being a crypto investor on the dating app, and 55% said they’re more likely to go on a date or meet up with someone knowledgeable in crypto invested.”
When asked if crypto was used for payments during a date, 37% of respondents said they use cryptocurrencies for payments. About a third of respondents said their spouse paid in crypto, while just 13% said they both paid in crypto.
“Our survey results also suggest that crypto investors may get more matches from dating apps than others: About 76% of people said they are more likely to swipe right when someone’s dating profile mentions that they are a crypto -Investors are. People who identified as LGBTQ were 10 times more likely to swipe directly on those contenders, while straight people were 6 times more likely to do the same.”
But not every crypto investor profile raises eyebrows for the right reasons: nearly 60% of respondents said they were the victim of a cryptocurrency scammer on a dating app. This is not surprising given Finbold’s love scam report, which cost Americans nearly $350 million in 2021.
Finally, another study from April this year, which analyzed the relationship between the so-called “dark personalities” and attitudes towards and investing in cryptocurrencies, found that narcissists, sadists and manipulators are attracted to crypto.
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