Coinbase, infinite objects, ledger, notjust, fendi, neal stephenson, vertu, veefriends.com, bookshop.org, kryptoez, and alo’s aspen collection were all involved in offering unique crypto-related products and services. these products and services ranged from clothes, accessories and home decor from cryptogoodies, to digital gift cards from coinbase, to the ability to “print” a video in a digital frame from infinite objects, to wallets from ledger, to a cryptmas holiday sweater from notjust, to a iced-out ledger hardware wallet case from fendi, to a sci-fi novel from neal stephenson, to a custom web3 os smartphone from vertu, to physical products linked to nfts from veefriends.com, to a book from bookshop.org, to socks, ties, cufflinks, pin badges and a gold bitcoin necklace from kryptoez, to a limited-edition drop with three capsules linked to an nft from alo’s aspen collection, and to cozy, sexy, and safe items to keep people warm through the bear market from kryptoez.
Products and services were offered throughout the year, with the cryptmas holiday sweater from notjust being offered during the holiday season. the products and services were available online, with the metavertu from vertu being available for purchase for prices starting at $3,600.
Products and services were offered to provide crypto enthusiasts with a way to show their allegiance to crypto, to purchase cryptocurrency with ease, to share an animated nft as a physical gift, to have some of the most popular wallets on the market, to have a unique holiday sweater, to have a iced-out ledger hardware wallet case, to have a novel which coined the concept of the metaverse, to have a custom web3 os smartphone, to have physical products linked to nfts, to have a book that explores how law enforcement has traced the use of cryptocurrency in criminal investigations, to have socks, ties, cufflinks, pin badges and a gold bitcoin necklace emblazoned with logos from the most popular crypto projects, to have a limited-edition drop with three capsules linked to an nft, and to have cozy, sexy, and safe items to keep people warm through the bear market. 50% of the profits from sales of the cryptmas holiday sweater from notjust also went to charities.