Once dismissed and reviled for being a simple hook-up app, China's Momo has changed a lot in the past couple of years. And now that's finally paying off.
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
Momo, the Chinese location-based social network for meeting strangers with similar interests, has backed a new venture in the US – Blupe.
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Taiwan's fast-growing ecommerce site just went public on the domestic stock exchange.
Momo, the popular dating app turned social network from China, lists on the US markets in a few hours’ time.
Netease, a local internet giant in China, confronted Momo CEO Tang Yan about his alleged misconduct while he worked for Netease, prior to starting the app.
The concept is simple: build a flirty app for meeting strangers, add alcohol, and you’ve got a recipe for success.
Vietnam’s startup scene is in an existential crisis. What does this mean for the young startups that want to build for the future? They should just go global.
The IPO values the social network at an estimated US$3 billion. Momo plans to list on the NASDAQ under the symbol MOMO.
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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 ...
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?
They’re not meant to replace WeChat or Weibo – indeed, many of these specialist social apps integrate with the country’s top social networks.
China's top flirting app released version 5.0 this week, adding a new user rating system that lets users rank their peers based on a 5-star, six-tier system.
Momo, the popular Chinese flirting app that recently crossed the 100 million download mark, has announced that it will shut down its international, English-language sister app on July 1st. According t...
China’s web crackdown in the past couple of months has been wide-ranging, extending from pornography to the spread of online rumors.