The merry season is upon us, and we are met again with the annual agony and despair of what to gift our loved ones this Christmas.

Rhonda hasn't even lit the wick of last year's candle; Aunt Gladys doesn't know how to spend the last $4.70 on her K-Mart gift card; and Dad is playing The Witcher III for the eighth time over instead of finishing whatever that Metal Gear instalment was that you got him last year (did anyone?)., a company that creates products and rewards using Enjin's blockchain development platform has just announced the creation of the never-anticipated SOK Coin—the perfect gift for the special person in your life that you don't want to spend too much money on but would definitely be weird about it if you didn't give them anything at all.

The concept is simple, it's socks, but on the blockchain.

You don't have to worry about whether to get them in size small or large, SOK Coin has universal sizing and it's neutral design makes it perfect for everyone.

When CEO, Simon, was asked how they came up with the idea that saves Christmas, he replied: "I don't even know. Richard (our developer) was meant to be working on creating a decentralised internet and instead just created this. He doesn't even work for us anymore."

Just think: Have you ever received a pair of socks for Christmas and thought "Man, I wish I could melt these." but then you try and all of a sudden everyone claims you "ruined lunch" because "those aren't meant for the oven" and "now the chicken smells weird".

Well guess what, now there's a smoke-free, mess-free, way to melt your unwanted presents.

An anonymous source has told us that select members of the community will receive limited edition SOKs as a token of gratitude and there may even be some left over for YOU to gift this Christmas.

At last, a gift your loved ones can treasure for a lifetime—unless they melt it.

By the way, there's only one SOK per coin, but wouldn't two SOKs be extra special? ;)