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He asked Wolfe to meet, and the two discussed what she planned to work on next.Wolfe initially wanted to make an Instagram competitor for a younger audience, where only positive comments could be left."On Tinder, maybe you get 100 matches, then the guy either feels like he has to do 100 chats or the girl feels uncomfortable starting a chat, so I think it gets convoluted for the user and results in dead-end matches [where no one reaches out]," says Wolfe."60% of matches on Bumble are turning into conversations.
"I figured, whatever I do next I want to narrow that down.
Rad was leading a project in the incubator, a customer-service startup called Cardify and hired Wolfe.
But when Cardify failed to gain traction, the team began spinning its wheels on other projects, including a dating app that allowed users to quickly swipe through Facebook profiles of local single people, like Hot or Not. She says she came up with the name of the app and initially promoted it on college campuses. Then, her direct manager and fellow cofounder, Justin Mateen, took a liking to her.
Men are left to pine over women, powerless, unless they're reached out to.
If a relationship is same-sex however, either person who's matched can reach out.