The CEO explained that the app was designed with privacy and safety in mind from the beginning.
That’s according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who announced that his company will begin rolling out a new dating feature during the social network’s F8 developer conference on Tuesday. The dating app, Zuckerberg said, is meant to help bring people together in long-lasting relationships, not random hookups.
But with more than 2 billion monthly users, Facebook could quickly become the leader in the dating market.
Investors seem to think so, as well, as Match Group’s (MTCH) sold off sharply after the news and was down about 19% in afternoon trading.
is a dating site for singles with a romantically ambrosian atmosphere, oriented on flirting and quick date arrangements.
Here anyone can break the ice with a local person they fall for at once.
If it happens, let's say, through a social network, it takes an unreasonable amount of time, which can even compare to the amount of time spent finding a date offline.