Crypto & Stock GIFs

Free, original GIFS for everyone.

Each and every thank you GIF included here is totally free and open to use for any occasion. So what are you waiting for? Dive in!

Bro your diamond hands are hot GIF

Bro your diamonds hands are hot GIF

Pardon my diamond hands GIF

Pardon my diamond hands GIF

Sell for me dog GIF

It’s going to be a sell dog GIF

Sexy Stonk Alert GIF

Sexy Stonk Alert GIF

Actually Sexy Stonk GIF

Actually sexy stock GIF

Hot Stock GIF

Hot stock GIF

Short it to Hell GIF

Short it to hell GIF

Short that shit GIF

Short that shit GIF

I hate this stone with my entire heart GIF

I hate this stock with my entire heart GIF

Crypto GIFs

Nice Crypto Bro

Nice crypto bro GIF

That's so crypto GIF

That’s so crypto GIF

About Stock GIFs

Reddit Bros, Discord or Stocktwits. Whatever your community, you surely have a need for stock GIFS.

First, animated GIFs carry animation that can really help a thank you note shine. Secondly, GIFs are shareable on almost every platform in the world – so it’s a universally acceptable format.

And lastly, in many western societies we are comfortable asking for things, but not giving things or saying thanks. Saying thank you is an easy way to interrupt our cycles of consumption. So, thank you so much for coming today.

👁 To tell someone, “thank you” is to show you care about your place in the world. 👄

Good uses for the stock GIF:

  • Expressing genuine thanks
    Most people using these GIFs are doing so because they want to express an authentic message of gratitude. Have you experienced something authentic lately that deserves thanks? If so, consider a GIF!
  • Expressing a silly thanks
    Oftentimes, expressions of thanks are actually part of a joke or comedic banter. In this case, the thanks acts as more of an artifact that a particular discourse in motion, rather than falling into silence or stalling out.
  • Being passive aggressive
    Sometimes, the most appropriate way to tell someone they’re doing a bad job is by layering on extreme sarcasm. For these occasions, a “thanks” GIF can become a very effective tool for applying said passive aggression.