Coffee Meets Bagel
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Type of site
|Online dating service|
|Created by||Arum Kang, Dawoon Kang, Soo Kang|
|Registration||Required for membership|
|Launched||April 17, 2012|
On January 9, 2015, Coffee Meets Bagel was featured on an episode of Shark Tank. During the episode, Mark Cuban hypothetically asked "If I offered you $30 million for the company, would you take it?". The Coffee Meets Bagel team said they would not.
It differs from other dating apps by limiting the number of profiles users can interact each day.
Coffee Meets Bagel looks at each user's Facebook account to help identify potential matches. A user is exposed to at least one match per day, but can only contact their matches if they "Like" them and their matches "Like" them back.
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