11 Festive Bitcoin-Friendly Gift Ideas for the 2017 Holiday Season

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Since our first Bitcoin Holiday Gift Guide, digital currency has continued to transform the world of online payments and e-commerce. This year we’re excited to bring you a festive mix of gift ideas that will help you spread the joy of Bitcoin this holiday season.

1. Gift cards

For purchases big and small, gift cards are perfect as that something extra. Gift card e-tailer eGifter has been accepting bitcoin since 2014 for a wide range of gift cards including Target, Dunkin Donuts, and GameStop. If you’re in Canada, CoinCards.ca offers a similar service to Canadians.

Light and dark roast teas from Lost Pines Yaupon TeaImage Source: Lost Pines Yaupon Tea

Tea drinkers rejoice, Lost Pines Yaupon Tea accepts bitcoin for their uniquely crafted (and decently caffeinated) light and dark roast yaupon teas.

Header for Flowerglow's Etsy page, with a picture of round red and warm white LED fairy lightsImage Source: Flowerglow

A gift that will make any room look magical, Flowerglow makes luxury handmade LED string fairy lights and accepts bitcoin, ether, and dash.

Colorful tea cup set pictured with koi fish painted at the bottom of each cup from New Mexico Tea CompanyImage Source: New Mexico Tea Company

This unique and absolutely adorable tea set from the New Mexico Tea Company includes a teapot and a colorful mix of six tea cups that have a 3D painted koi at the bottom. While you’re there, you can browse their extensive collection of teas to bring even more holiday cheer to any tea lover.

Model wearing bitcoin-themed holiday sweater from hodlmoon.comImage Source: hodlmoon.com

If you’re not the only Bitcoin (or Ethereum, or Litecoin) enthusiast in the family, these festive and fabulous holiday season sweaters are quite the gift (and conversation starter).

If you’re an Xbox user, you may already also know Microsoft accepts bitcoin for games, movies, and apps in the Xbox and Windows stores.

Tanooki Peach pin from Instant Pinner DesignsImage Source: Instant Pinner Designs

Etsy store Instant Pinner Designs put their heart and soul into designing pins featuring their own take on characters from Adventure Time, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Pokemon, and Super Mario Bros.

Lokai Pact box pictured between round case (left) and stack of bracelets (right) from Reeds JewelersImage Source: Reeds Jewelers

Lokai is a lifestyle brand that donates 10% of net profits to charity. With Lokai’s latest holiday bracelets, you can choose which nonprofit your portion will go to. And for Lokai diehards, there’s always The Lokai Pact Set. Lokais can be purchased with bitcoin at Reeds Jewelers’ locations online and in-store.

"We are all Satoshi (except for Craig Wright)" in white on blue v-neck t-shirt pictured from cryptograffiti.comImage Source: cryptograffiti

cryptograffiti is an artist inspired by bitcoin and block chain technology. Aside from his merch store, he also transforms his passion for cryptocurrency into fine art.

Accepting bitcoin since 2014, Overstock’s holiday season shopping guides make it easy to find the perfect gifts all in one place including gifts for him, her, top toys, and top electronic items.

11. Old School Comics

Cover page showing open storefront with "Crypto Collectibles" sign in green all caps fontImage Source: Crypto Collectibles

Comic book collector in the family? On Open Bazaar you can visit Crypto Collectibles and browse comics from Captain America to Swamp Thing. Get a peek at their inventory by following them on TwitterOpen Bazaar is a bitcoin-only online marketplace that allows you to browse a unique collection of toys, clothing, jewelry, games, and other items. Transactions are peer to peer, and there are no fees for sellers to list items, which means 100% of your payment goes directly to them when you make a purchase.

We hope this list helps you check off any lingering holiday gifts. If it did, let us know in the comments! Happy Holidays!

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