Dating apps have taken over, giving users innumerable options with even small niches of dating sites based on religion or income growing in popularity. Luxy is the controversial dating app of choice for the rich and beautiful.
No, really, you have to either be earning over $200 000 or be invited based on your looks alone, which are voted on by other users. If the candidate hasn't received more than 50% approval rate within 24 hours, they will be rejected. The affluent flaunt their riches to attract partners, paying a monthly premium for upgraded features that lets them be part of the exclusivity of the selective dating world.
Luxy claims 3 million users in comparison to Tinder's 50 million, while 41% of their subscribers have verified that they earn more than $1 million per year.
Luxy recently announced that it would now allow users to pay their premiums using cryptocurrency. Luxy claims they aim to align their app to suit the lifestyle of the affluent community that makes up the Luxy app, now offering their members the option of paying in either traditional currency or Bitcoin. This means that if the user chooses to disclose their net worth on the app, users will be able to view it in cryptocurrency.
We suppose it's just another way to filter out the riff-raff then!