Qingchifan, a location-based app for meeting up with strangers for dinner dates, has raised a series B round of funding from Vertex Ventures and Sequoia Capital
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A startup of the "execution first" variety is importing a hot model for dating apps to Hong Kong.
Tantan is pretty much just Tinder for the Chinese market. But in the wake of Momo's massive IPO, even that is enough to attract a US$5M series A.
This US-based startup founded by overseas Chinese aims to solve the "marriage problem" for the millions of other overseas Chinese who want to find a mate from the same culture.
Momo, the popular dating app turned social network from China, lists on the US markets in a few hours’ time.
Peekawoo swims defiantly against a tide of popular dating apps for straight people that are mostly about hookups. And it’s thriving.
This location-based dating app for gay men, called Blued, is making noise and gaining attention as one of China’s most interesting new startups.
Its looks like Paktor is the king of dating apps in Southeast Asia. And that's music to Vertex Venture's ears.
Blued, which is aimed at China’s gay men, now claims to have 15 million registered users.
Not a lot of smartphone dating players in Indonesia, can this new player win it all?
The sum of the acquisition wasn't disclosed.
It’s no secret that Chinese flirty chat app Momo has been flirting with the idea of a US IPO for some time now. Back in May there were reports that the company was planning for an IPO sometime before ...
Wander is all about creating a trusted, friendly singles community which is under-served in the travel market.
Razi Thalib (pictured right), co-founder of Setipe, believes the Indonesian market poses a few fundamental obstacles for online dating. “The biggest being socio-economic matchmaking,” Thalib explains....
A new update to Momo’s app for iOS heralds the arrival of the startup’s mobile advertising platform. But is it an awkward fit?