Internet Acquaintance: In Egypt It Is Simple, In Ireland It Is Almost Impossible!
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It turns out that successful online acquaintance depends on… the country where a man is trying to find a woman. Sociologists from Austria have made a rating of the countries where it is easy to start communicating with a woman through a dating service.
If trust these data, in Europe to the average client of service of acquaintances (the forty-year blonde with blue eyes about 1,88 m and weight of 86 kg) it is very difficult to find a suitable partner. Other situation is in Asia and Africa. The first place in the list of countries where it is easy to get acquainted via the Internet got Egypt: 70% of women from this state respond to the first message, 74% of them continue to communicate. Indonesia, Nigeria, Ghana and the Philippines were also among the five leaders.
Europe declares itself only on the eighth line of a rating – rather willingly go on contact with men women of Ukraine. Thus, 54% of them respond to the first message. The next European country ranks only 14th in the list – it is the Czech Republic with 48% of women ready to enter into correspondence with handsome middle-aged. However, it is not necessary to try to flirt with the Irish: only 6% of them respond (what do they do then on dating services?). Slightly less unapproachable, but also severe are Swedes and Portuguese (26% of respondents).
Large world powers can not boast of particularly sociable women: for example, in China, 58% of women responds to male attention (but more than half of them quickly stop correspondence, so the place in the ranking of China is even lower than of the Czech Republic – only the 16th), in France and the United States-40%, in England – 28%, in huge Russia even less – 24%.
To rectify this situation with online dating, yet folding, frankly, not too good for men, has decided the project team DateCoin. Women are likely to respond infrequently and reluctantly to contact because they cannot find a person who they are looking for and who will be the most representative of their ideas about the ideal partner.
The creators of DateCoin plan to use the latest technology to create a “smart” dating that will help users to find their soul mate or meet a person with similar desires and goals. We are talking about the use of artificial intelligence and processing of big data. That is AI in the project DateCoin that will perform for users all the dirty work: to analyze user preferences, a history of previous contacts at the base of a huge volume of information, to select the most suitable partners.
In the coming years the project team plans to cover more than 20 countries around the world with its service. This suggests that women from Portugal and other countries, where reluctantly go to contact on the Internet, don’t need to wait long. In order to bring the revolution in the field of dating together with DateCoin team, you can take part in our ICO which starts on the 30 of March purchase the tokens of the project.
To learn more about DateCoin on the site https://datecoin.io. It is also possible to assess the capabilities of already operating successful business model in practice (MVP – app Denim https://datecoin.io/mvp), on the basis of which will be implemented this new unique online dating service.
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