Startup Grind’s 2021 [Digital] Gift Guide
We’ve got you covered for last-minute gifting this holiday season. Check out our top digital recommendations that you can have under the tree in just a few clicks.
- Udemy Courses on Demand
Give a gift that will truly keep on giving. Udemy offers the option to “gift a course” that can be redeemed and completed at any time. This year, we’re gifting Bitcoin 101 — the complete intro to Bitcoin, Blockchain & Crypto.
2. A Headspace Subscription
“Have someone you care about unwrap less stress, better focus, and more happiness” with a Headspace subscription. With access to hundreds of guided meditations, soundscapes and music, you can grab a full year membership for $70 and make your loved one’s days a little brighter.
3. A Ticket to Global Conference
Global 2022 will bring together the world’s best startups and scaleups shaping Web3: the next wave of the web. Send a loved one to Global where they’ll experience conversation and content around all things Web3, building human-centric products, reaching and impacting diverse communities, and more. If they can’t join us in Silicon Valley, the benefits extend online where they can tune in with a virtual ticket.
Ledger is the smartest way to secure, buy, exchange, and grow your crypto assets — trusted by 4 million customers. The perfect gift for either the “crypto curious” or crypto expert in your life. Bonus: Here’s a how-to guide from Ledger on how to gift an NFT.
5. Crypto Gifting
Coinbase says “cash gifts are out, crypto gifts are in”. The platform is both a cryptocurrency exchange and a place for your friends and family to learn about trading, HODLing, and using crypto. Your gift is delivered in a digital card with your choice of crypto-forward, NFT-inspired art by an up-and-coming artist!
6. Ebooks & Audiobooks
Instead of wrapping up a paperback or hardcover this year, treat your loved one (and the planet) to an e-book or audiobook. A few of our favourite titles include The Infinite Machine by Camila Russo, Kings of Crypto by Jeff John Roberts, and Cashless by Richard Turrin.