Greeting cards are so yesterday, “share cards” is the new buzz!

Greeting cards are so yesterday, “share cards” is the new buzz!


The era of the Archies souvenir shops was something. It was a one stop shop for all gifts, greeting cards and so on. But shortly after the turn of the millennium and the future, the popularity of such stores declined.

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The era of the Archies souvenir shops was something. It was a one stop shop for all gifts, greeting cards and so on. But shortly after the turn of the millennium and the future, the popularity of such stores declined.

By engraving someone’s name on a keychain, which is a big deal, we have come to a time when even a villager can print a photo on a mug and have it brought home. And ideas for gifts are also changing.

Enter storage cards! These are gift cards for blue chip stocks. Couples in South Korea give them to each other. An investment bank sold 20,000 stock gift cards in just 5 months. Another stock company sold 3.4 million such cards in 20 days.

3.4 million!

Who is buying these stocks? Mostly couples in their 20s and 30s. Which stock is your favorite? Tesla! ple is close behind, followed by Starbucks and Netflix.

A 23 year old student from South Korea gave his girlfriend 4 business cards on her birthday. How did she react? The girlfriend first thought it was a scam.

Her partner told a media company the following:

“I was not beaten up by her, but she said I should increase the amount of money I will put on the gift card next time.”

How much do these stocks cost? A share in Starbucks costs as much as a latte. Couples looking to spend more can opt for a gift card. They cost around $ 22. Then there are Testla stock cards for couples who can afford something more expensive with each stock that sells for $ 26.

Believe it or not, the trend of giving away stocks may have something to do with Kim Kardashian. In 2017, she received Amazon, Ple, Disney and Netflix shares as a Christmas present. It was from her then-husband Kayne West.

The couple are now separated, but their gestures have revolutionized talent.

Leave stock gift cards alone, who would have thought of stocks as gifts?

Most of us are confused when it comes to picking the perfect chocolate or the right flowers. We weren’t always spoiled for choice.

The history of giving goes back to the beginning of civilization. Back then there were no cards, no tapes, no wrping people. Researchers say that when we lived in caves, gifts were mostly unusual scale stones or animal teeth. They were exchanged to express love for another.

Time changed, and so did gifts.

Sometime between 605 BC BC and 562 BC King NebuChadNezzzar the Second built the Hanging Garden of Babylon as a gift for his wife, Queen Amytis.

In the 16th century, the Queen of England, Anne Boleyn, had a fountain made as a gift for her husband, King Henry the Eighth. It is said that the fountain is adorned with gold, rubies, pearls and silver.

In 2013, boxer Mike Tyson bought a 24-carat solid gold bathtub for his then wife Robin Givens. It was a $ 2 million birthday present

In 2012, actress Angelina Jolie gave her then partner Brad Pitt a waterfall!

Planes and yachts are a shared gift from the Richie Rich.

But what inspires these exorbitant gift ideas? Researchers say we humans use gifts to attract or keep partners. Even our closest relatives, the chimpanzees, often give women food gifts.

The global gift market is valued at $ 698 billion, according to a media startup, Bazinga.

India is expected to be one of the largest gift markets in the world by 2024. According to one estimate, the Indian gift market is projected to exceed $ 159 million by 2025. India is also home to the world’s most famous love symbol. The Taj Mahal. A gift in memory of Mumtaz Mahal from her husband, Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. The Taj was completed in 1648.

It was 373 years ago and so much has changed. Even in the middle of a pandemic, with just one click we can send customized cakes and gifts to our partners who live thousands of kilometers away. What more? They are delivered within hours.

As a gesture of love, you can also name a star after your partner. People give away holidays, handmade cookies, land and luxury.

The list is long.

And in case you’re still struggling to choose the right gift for your partner, you may want to keep stocks as an option!

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