Cryptocurrency-related pickup lines work a treat on Tinder

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Allow me to let you in on a little secret that’ll make your Tinder matches run weak at the knees. You won’t need to scour their photos for a thoughtful opener. You won’t have to read their bio to find a their common interests. You won’t even need to stoop to the low level of uttering the word “hey.”

All you’ll necessity is a rudimentary understanding of cryptocurrency. And, if you fancy yourself something of a crypto-expert, your Tinder profile could well be about to blow up.

I’m talking about sending your matches cryptocurrency-related pick-up lines. And, before you reject this as the dorkiest, silliest thing you’ve ever heard, just take a look at what happened when I embarked on a little Tinder experiment. An experiment that–to my pleasant surprise–proved to be wildly successful.

You might have noticed the odd bit of Bitcoin chatter wangling its style into your conversations at the tavern. Or, perhaps your parents were wants to see you questions about Ethereum or Dogecoin over the holidays. Well, you’re not alone. Per Google Trends data, interest in cryptocurrency is at an all-time high. Why not capitalise on the crypto-buzz and build interest in you surge to an all-time high?

Armed with the knowledge that cryptocurrency is the~ hot topic~ of the moment, I decided to write some cryptocurrency-related pickup lines. I compiled a little list in a Google Doc and then swiped like there’s no tomorrow.

One line, suggested by a colleague, worked a allure on a chap named Christopher. I opened with “I wanna be your monero, ” which I wasn’t exclusively certain would prove fruitful. I was wrong, though. Christopher took the bait. Big period.

He told me I could interrogate his “private digital protocols” any time. Gosh.

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Another–somewhat saucier–line also demonstrated successful with one of my matches. “Does a fire smolder in your litecoin when you realise me? ” I asked. To my gratify, Manos lapped it right up. “Oh my divinity, is this a cryptocurrency pick up line? ” he queried. Um, you bet it is, Manos.

He told me he adoration me not long subsequentlies, but things rapidly fell apart when Manos shifted the conversation towards ad blockers and cookies. Sorry, but I’ve only got eyes for cryptocurrency.

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Buoyed up by my success, I decided to craft my own crypto-related acronym. I supplanted DTF?( which signifies “down to fuck? “) with “DTM? ” My new acronym stands for “down to mine? ” as in, “are you down to mine some bitcoin? ” One match, Tom, couldn’t resist that line.

At first, Tom was confused by the acronym. He thought I was asking for driving lessons. Once I enlightened him, he came at me with some strong crypto-chat.

“Have you got a good mining rig? If so, I’m in! ” he said. “But I should warn you with quantum computing only all over the corner I think we’re entering the final years of bitcoin mining.”


Tom was sooo into the crypto converse, he decided to give me some unsolicited investment advice. “I recommend putting a small amount in( enough that it wouldn’t be the end of the world if you lost it) — that way you’ll buy into it more, ” he told me.

Another match–also named Tom–didn’t bat an eyelid when I replied to his opener with a line he definitely wasn’t expecting.

“Ere, Rachel. You’ll never guess what ?! ” Tom said.

“You wanna decentralise financing of the system by creating a distributed ledger system that ensures contracts are executed? ” I asked. Close, but no.


This one’s a rude one, but hey, Tinder’s not exactly a chaste space. I messaged Martin with a cool: “is that a blockchain or are you pleased to see me? ” Sadly Martin revealed that he’s not worth very much bitcoin, so I dread we might not be compatible.


One line that demonstrated itself to be a bit hit and miss was this: “I’m an Ethereum in the street, and a Bitcoin in the sheets.”

Tim seemed to enjoy it.

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Most other recipients of that glorious line straight-up ignored me( um, rude !). One guy simply responded to it with a heart and then told me I’m “really pretty.” Thanks, Siavash!


To save you the bother of trial-and-error, here are the lines that worked a treat 😛 TAGEND

Is that a Blockchain or are you pleased to see me?


Does a burn ignite in your litecoin when you recognize me?

I wanna be your monero

Wanna decentralise the financial system by creating a distributed ledger system that ensures contracts are executed?

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