This Valentine's Day, let's take a census of the online dating industry

As blockchain spreads across the world, will online dating inevitably become a distributed platform? 

Paktor CEO on why online dating is better than a school or workplace romance

Ng Jing Shen also speaks about Paktor's businesses and plans for the future 

Tinder's new social feature is a match made in hell

The Tinder 'Feed' includes Spotify data vomit and a more problematic Instagram integration 

Top reasons why we download dating apps but neglect using them afterwards

All of a sudden, making genuine friends online becomes more complicated and no longer easy 

Startup life is not as glamorous as you think, and there is a messy middle in every startup

While it is fantastic to see new faces with energy instilling into the startup scene which is reaching the plateau, most of those freshmen do not fully realize what the road ahead looks like 

Tinder rules in Asia, but data shows it is fuelling competition

The fact that the most popular dating apps are largely variation on Tinder's swiping features demonstrates that easily finding dates with a few finger swipes has an universal appeal among young generations 

Singapore startup HeyMeet wants to help busy executives network and join interest groups

It doesn't want to be just another lunch or dating app, but also facilitate business-focussed and other interest events 

An elitist dating app is stoking controversy in Singapore, but is the vitriol warranted?

HighBlood, a new dating app for the "elites", is attracting the wrath of netizens even before its release 

Aisle raises funding to tread the middle path between matrimony sites and casual dating apps in India

Aisle is a members-only online singles community that claims to have facilitated over 35,000 connections 

Coffee Meets Bagel revamps its women-focussed dating platform

The 'anti-Tinder', Coffee Meets Bagel wants to make it easier for women (and men) to find people who want a serious relationship