Today is Halloween 2017. The day of giving…. Well, giving candy to trick-or-treaters is a generous bestowal on it own. So, a little idea came up to me today, that cryptocurrencies could be used as gifts similarly on days of Halloween. So instead of placing treats into a pumpkin basket or a bag, givers of cryptocurrency could place the coins of their liking to trick-or-treaters virtually, into a wallet instead.
Just imagine this scenario: It is Halloween, and two people are playing a virtual-world themed game that ecosystem runs on crypto. So, one user who has an avatar dressed in a Shiba-Inu Doge meme costume is “trick-or-treating” in front of some average user. So what are the average user’s primary steps? That’s right, sending some Dogecoins to the requestor. We all know that virtual Dogecoin go a major way further then a candy bar.
This illustration could suggest that it would have been awesome if cryptocurrency donations were popularized during occasions like Halloween. If the proceeds are properly played out in virtual use-case scenarios, it would have been a fun for so many cryptocurrency enthusiasts. The only thing needed to do is to find the right environment where such transactions could take place, and provide incentives for more crypto holders to sparingly scatter their coins to requestors (such as those who are virtually trick-or-treating for crypto). Even donating insignificant amounts of crypto could produce a major fad throughout the cryptocurrency communities.