- Metaverse dating ups are starting to pick up traction in the market.
- Nevermet’s CEO believes that deeper connections will be formed with VR dating.
- MANA and SAND’s both experienced price drops over the past 24 hours.
According to reports, metaverse dating ups are starting to pick up traction in the market. Many believe that the future of dating may be heavily reliant on the metaverse.
Nevermet, a virtual reality (VR) dating app that launched on Valentine’s day of this year, aims to completely reconfigure human nature. The CEO of Neverrmet, Cam Mullen, said in a recent interview, “We intend on changing the dating market, where physical attraction will become one of several factors rather than the primary way that people connect.”
Mullen went on to add that humans can finally evolve beyond the superficial qualities such as looks and instead connect with each other on a deeper level. Nevermet is not the only VR dating app in the market, as hopeful singles can sign up on Flirtual.
Flirtual allows people to link up and date in the metaverse, promising “safe, magical dates in VR.” These VR dating apps are similar to Tinder and other popular dating apps.
On a related note, Match Group, which is the company behind Tinder and other dating apps such as Match, OkCupid and Hinge, announced in November last year that it plans on launching its own virtual space called Single Town. In this virtual space, singles will be able to meet and organize pixelated rendezvous.
Currently, the two main metaverses in the crypto market are The Sandbox (SAND) and Decentraland (MANA).
Both of these metaverses saw a drop in the price of their native tokens. At the time of writing, MANA’s price is down 6.47% and SAND’s price is down 7.4% over the past 24 hours according to CoinMarketCap.