Today is a big day for most couples, Valentine’s Day. But what about all the single ladies? Stranded home alone with chocolate and Netflix isn’t ideal.
What if we told you that Tinder finally accepts Bitcoin? If you have some Bitcoin left over by collecting crypto airdrops, you can purchase Tinder Plus or Tinder Gold. You might find a nice partner while swiping right!
What is Tinder?
For those who have lived in a cage for the past years or have been in a relationship for a while, here is a short introduction.
Tinder is a dating app for iOS and Android. This allows you to get in touch with people near your location in an easy way.
Sounds good, right?
First, you log in with your Facebook account or create a new profile and upload a photo.
Now you are ready to conduct in conversations with strangers. Don’t get your hopes up, both persons need to approve the other for conversation, by swiping right on their photo.
What if I swipe left? Your potential partner will be lost in the Tinder database forever. Once you swipe left, he or she has no way to contact you.
When both parties swipe right, the flirting can begin through the chat function.
Tinder Gold and Plus, what is that?
Do you value good conversations? Then you can also opt in for the paid version of Tinder.
You have two options, Gold and Plus. 4.3 Million customers now have a paid subscription at Tinder. That is roughly 10 percent of the total number of users.
Wait, 10 percent? That means Tinder has over 40 Million users? That is correct!
Both versions offer contacts from all over the world, instead of just in your area. You also have access to boosts and super-likes. In addition, you can undo an accidentally made swipe to the left if you still like it.
With Tinder Gold you can also see who already liked you, this saves time. After all, you do not have to swipe through different profiles for hours.
Gold was introduced in 2017. Plus was launched two years earlier, in 2015.
Plus costs 10.99 euros per month. Gold costs 14.99 euros per month.
I heard Tinder accepts Bitcoin, how does it work?
This can be done through Bitrefill’s service. They accept Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, and Dogecoin in exchange for credit in the app store. This credit can be used in the Tinder app.
Ready to start swiping? But……….
Don’t have enough Bitcoins?
Happy valentines day!
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