Dating.com opens first ever dating site in Metaverse

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Dating.com’s metaverse project on Decentraland is the first in the dating industry.

Love is in the air, and finding love is in the metaverse!

Dating.com, a subsidiary of global social discovery company Dating Group, has opened the first-ever dating site in the metaverse, according to an announcement seen by TBEN.

The company, which has more than 30 online dating sites and offices in seven countries, said the debut of its virtual reality dating space is a nod to the innovativeness of its flagship platform.

Starting Friday, September 23, singles of all ages can visit Dating.com’s metaverse dating space to flirt, mingle and make long-lasting connectionsthe company reports.

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The metaverse project could add Dating Group to its more than 73 million registered users on Dating.com and other sites, including Dil Mil, Cupid Media and DateMyAge

Dating in Decentraland

Dating.com’s virtual love platform is designed in Decentraland, a leading metaverse platform where a unique infrastructure is set up to create an atmosphere of love.

We are excited to be the first dating site to reveal our virtual dating world and we look forward to seeing Dating.com users continue to make global connections in this new spacesaid KJ Dhaliwal, Chief Strategy Officer for Dating Group.

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In addition to interactive activities for singles, a gift-giving feature is enabled so that couples can gift NFTs to mark their love.

The virtual reality platform, which works with avatars, could resonate immensely with people as they allow them to explore and nurture connections without the biases that can sometimes be experienced in the physical world – in fact, “materialistic, superficial factors or judgments” that are likely to matter. affect people in the real world are removed.

This allows relationships to grow based on things like personality and shared values. All the while without the nagging fear of wasting time or money, as is often the case with personal dates.

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‘Wedding of the Year’ in the Metaverse

According to Wednesday’s announcement, the dating site’s launch next Friday will include a “wedding of the year” featuring three real-life couples.

To celebrate the groundbreaking move, Dating.com is planning a grand blockchain wedding, with the virtual wedding ceremony bringing together lovebirds who first met on the site. The newlyweds will receive NFT certificates as proof of their marriage – which will also be witnessed by family, friends and an officiant.

Dating.com says on its website that those who want to win a wedding in the metaverse can sign up before September 22.