Expert Advice For Men: Don't Mention Bitcoin On The First Date

Expert Advice For Men: Don't Mention Bitcoin On The First Date

They say women like ambitious men. But men, be advised. Bitcoin is still seen as nerdy more than a sign of ambition. Take it from an expert on relationships who also loves bitcoin. Dr. Jochen Konrad, a dating and relationship specialist well known in Germany, advises men to avoid mentioning bitcoin on a first date. Especially when the woman is not technically inclined. "I think bitcoin should not be discussed by guys because that doesn't really stimulate the imagination of women or deliver any emotional cues," Dr. Konrad said. "I would only recommend even talking about it when she already....


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