Internet dating economics

15-Apr-2020 11:22 by 9 Comments

Internet dating economics

Furthermore Hicky is extremely easy to use, making the adoption barrier very low.

We do understand our customers are pioneers, and they don’t know how much capacity they need.

The conceptualisation of the underlying token economy for the Hicky network is finalised and the smart contract for the Hicky token (HKY) sale is developed.

The cofounders from (Michael and Tim) joins as advisors with experience in crypto finance and token architecture respectively.

This is why we have created the first fair, transparent and truly decentralized dating app.

The main problems in online dating stem from a general misalignment of incentives between platform owners and users, leading to a lack of authenticity in the user base as well as the lack of security and privacy inherent to centralised systems.

And we have already received inquiries and due diligence questions from exchanges, which of course we are addressing. By virtue of identifying exact exchange, it would violate the token listing agreement contracts and could jeopardize our listing application with them.

Exchanges are now mindful of teams leaking the listing news and markets front running listings.

From our European base we will be making Hicky available in countries beyond Europe, mainly Asia, as the adoption of dating apps is already strong in many of the countries.

We will onboard more further team members to cater for the expansion and also provide valuable insights into the market specifics.

While this enables us to meet more people online, it also makes relationships superficial, unfair and unsecure.

We believe that when it comes to relationships, we should be picky.

The main problem with traditional dating apps is trust (mainly authenticity) of its users.