Do Kwon has not said his last word! Following the creation of the second version of Terra, the entrepreneur now intends to revolutionize the cryptosphere by drawing inspiration from a well-known application.
Finding love through crypto
What if cryptocurrencies could provide everything people need? In addition to giving them the opportunity to earn a fortune with the flick of a finger (according to some actors), they could also bring love to those who ask for it.
At least that’s the new idea from Do Kwon, the founder of the famous Fallen Terra. Since the creation of the second version of his play, the entrepreneur has been returning to the front of the stage with new ideas. He also wanted to work on a brand new stablecoin.
A man named FatMan, a member of Terraform Labs who witnessed the birth and death of the Do Kwon token, is working to inform Twitter about the latest news from the team. Among the latter are the Korean entrepreneur’s latest escapades and whims, including the last idea that came to him: to create a dating application that operates on the basis of crypto. This would be similar to Tinder in all respects, but would require its users to pay in cryptocurrency in order to meet people.
You pay tokens to swipe through the various individuals that the algorithm suggests. If someone chooses you, you will receive tokens. If it’s a match, the chips go into a DAO. Beautiful girls selling!
Excerpt from Do Kwon’s proposal for the possible creation of a crypto-Tinder
So far, the project is only at the planning stage. Do Kwon even calls it a “semi-joke,” meaning he seems to be keeping the project a secret for the future, and above all, that he would consider taking action. But if he wants to see his Tinder project see the light of day, the entrepreneur will have to face his team’s reluctance.
Although I love a good joke, I also think it’s sick that Do Kwon can act so jovial when people are literally dead because of him. Three people who are in direct contact with me do not have enough to eat and are dependent on the allowances Terra has paid to survive.
Excerpt from FatManTerra’s tweet
The Tinder of crypto: another crazy idea from Do Kwon?
If we can praise Do Kwon’s creativity as well as his resilience, this new idea is far from being welcomed by the public. Known for premature or forced abortion of its projects, the creator of UST seems to be spreading without worrying about meeting its obligations.
While he had promised that the investors of his old token would be compensated, some complain that they have not received anything … while Do Kwon is already looking elsewhere. Blames shared by members of Terraform Labs that FatMan does not hesitate to share.
As for the proposed dating app project, it may be exposed to competition. While it may be the first of its kind to offer crypto-based services, it risks being quickly displaced by the original Tinder, which has already launched its own virtual currency.
As long as it all works on yet another token created by Do Kwon, this new application may also be overwhelmed by its creator’s growing bad reputation, forcing users to fall back on safer values. The entrepreneur will therefore have to roll up his sleeves and give a boost to the projects he left behind if he does not want to pass for another cryptocurrency.
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