Dating Pro Digest: Global Dating Insights presents the most exciting startups; British singles prefer gaming sites to dating apps; KiKi Social has added extra protection for users’ photos; Matchmaker for unvaccinated Israelis
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Dating industry news digest:
- Global Dating Insights presents the most exciting startups;
- British singles prefer gaming sites to dating apps;
- KiKi Social has added extra protection for users’ photos;
- Matchmaker for unvaccinated Israelis.
Global Dating Insights presents the most exciting startups
GDI has compiled a fresh selection of new products from the dating industry.
LGBTQ apps are addressed to Believr for religious people and Pink Coconuts for travel lovers. The platforms guarantee users a comfortable and secure communication.
Samphion brings together people who care about their health. In addition to the standard verification of identity upon registration, the Vaccidate app asks for a snapshot of the vaccination card.
Andwemet continues the best traditions of Indian matchmaking. The platform is focused on creating families, therefore it accepts users over 25 years old.
British singles prefer gaming sites to dating apps
Leading gaming equipment manufacturer Logitech G conducted a survey of 1,000 UK gamers to find out some interesting facts.
60% of gamers met their soul mate while playing a video game and believe that fighting shoulder to shoulder on a virtual battlefield is the best test of compatibility. 37% of British singles would like to have a similar experience and prefer to spend more time on gaming sites than in dating apps. 70% are sure that a common hobby strengthens the relationship in a couple.
Women are more open to starting romantic relationships through play. Millennials believe that regular play together is the key to a long-term alliance.
KiKi Social has added extra protection for users’ photos
Popular in Spain, Mexico and Colombia, the KiKi Social dating network has introduced a system that recognizes stolen photos and images. FatDog technology, developed by Suments Data, informs users if photos from their personal profiles are used anywhere else.
The system creation was inspired by the fact that over 70,000 images from Tinder are used for unknown purposes without the consent of the owners. This was found out in early 2020 using Gizmodo technologies.
Now the KiKi application has access to any resources of the Internet space and can guarantee its customers an additional level of privacy protection.
Matchmaker for unvaccinated Israelis
Israel is the country that leads in terms of vaccination rates.
Real estate agent Daniel Michael, who had no previous matchmaking experience, drew attention to the part of the audience that remained behind the scenes. His clients are lonely Jewish fellow citizens who have refused vaccination and are looking for their own kind. The chosen demographic niche turned out to be large enough for a successful start.
It is noteworthy that Michael provides services for free, because his initial goal is to express his point of view not in word, but in deed and to help like-minded people. He finds clients by placing ads on third-party thematic resources. Daniel Michael only accepts voluntary financial contributions.
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