More people than ever before are using online dating services and finding partners online. Public attitude towards these services is also improving and viewed by fewer people as the domain of the desperate.
In the digital dating world, one of the hottest new entrants is Tinder. And fellow dating app OKCupid developed a little crush.
By allowing its users to pay for its service with Bitcoin, OKCupid is showing that it isn’t quite sure what it’s demographic is.
Dabble in online dating? It turns out that the crippling fear of an awkward first date is the least of your troubles. A fraud is sweeping online dating sites, according to a special report in this month’s issue of Glamour Magazine.
Guest Post With the emergence of new technologies and the growing popularity of social networks, the online romance industry is constantly evolving.
If LinkedIn and eHarmony had a baby, it would probably look and act something like HireQ.
At VentureBeat, we come across a lot of funding news every day. In order to bring you the most information possible, we’re rounding up the quick-and-dirty details about the funding deals of the day and serving them up here in our new “Funding daily” column.
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Romance is alive and well — and it’s starting to become lucrative for dating startup Zoosk.
Online dating site SmartDate announced today that it has raised an additional $5 million in its first fundraising round today to help promote its French online dating site and compete with other giants like OKCupid and Match.com.
Just in case getting coupons for big discounts hasn’t won you over to group buying site Groupon, chief executive Andrew Mason announced some extra incentive today: The company is offering to send your kid to college.
Triangulate, maker of Facebook dating application Wings, announced today that the application has been selected to appear on the Facebook Application Dashboard (one of only ten). The company also officially announced that it has secured a seed round of $750,000, which appeared in a SEC filing back in March.