Tinder just put out a subtle tweet implying that it is interested in both NFTs and female artists. The tweet asked, ‘Which female artists and creators should we be following in the NFT space?’ Make of that what you will, but I think they have something in the works.
Many Twitter users responded by naming female artists they feel are Tinder-worthy. Several female artists have also released their own profiles, artwork, and short biographies. The thread has expanded to include a bunch of amazing profiles and artwork, all ready for whatever Tinder has in store.
In any case, this is a terrific opportunity for female NFT artists to be acknowledged. According to an ArtTactic survey, women account for just 16% of the NFT market. It is a fantastic thing for them to have their art shown in such a lively, multicultural neighborhood.
To put it mildly, NFT-related dating apps are not new. Last year, Bumble unveiled plans to incorporate Web3 technology into Bumble BFF. As a consequence, users will get a new experience on their platform.
The Bored Ape Yacht Club also announced plans for a new dating app. The Lonely Ape Dating Club works similarly to other dating applications, except it is particularly developed for NFT owners. Users must connect their crypto wallets in order to utilize the app’s capabilities.
Users may essentially filter potential partners based on their net worth and the quantity of NFTs they possess. Surprisingly, this makes room for their new Coin Digger tool. Other users may make use of this functionality to connect with high-net-worth individuals in the NFT arena.