Los Angeles, CA – In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, 21st-century romance consists of swiping left or right, sliding into DMs, and making snap judgments based on appearance. Introducing Nexum, ​​a dating platform offering a new and completely different dating service that encourages users to actually talk to one another on dating apps and to stop making snap judgments. As the first online speed dating platform ever, they bring a bright, poignant new flavor to the dating landscape.

Nexum was founded by college roommates Andrew Kosche and Imran Ali just 9 months ago. As Computer Science and Computer Engineering Majors, the pair worked diligently to craft a fun, new mobile experience. “The overwhelming loneliness that young adults have grown accustomed to since the rise of swipe and match has given us the motivation to help craft a solution that solves the loneliness epidemic during a time when there are more dating apps than ever,” Andrew explains, when asked about the motivation behind this new innovative service. Designed from the ground up, Nexum is the premier speed dating app for anyone yearning for romance and intimacy. 

The app works diligently and efficiently to produce a refined speed dating experience. This experience offers users the ability to speed date and form more meaningful connections. “Our goal is to help maximize your enjoyment and success. With this in mind, we offer a cutting-edge algorithmic system that differs from modern dating apps. Our algorithm boosts and promotes users who frequent the app benefitting anyone looking for a connection.” Nexum’s algorithm is one of the main features that allow them to stand out against other dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge. They’ve designed the platform to forego ELO and AI/ML algorithms, which is what other popular apps use, because these keep single people, driving profits. Instead, they’ve used a comprehensive algorithm akin to video game matchmaking that bolsters users who are interested in meeting and are more active. The algorithm is specifically designed to foster conversation. 

For those looking for the next level of matchmaking services, the app also offers a “dating coach system” to make sure users can find success in a dating world that can sometimes be hard to traverse. This paid feature provides a live, expert coach that the user can connect with to receive guidance and tips in bolstering their experience. “Our coaches can help you with your photos, bio, icebreakers, and anything else you may need help with.” Once users complete the steps to set up their profile, they can launch a speed date. A speed date involves users connecting in a one-by-one timed fashion where they chat and get to know each other properly. At the end of the speed date chat, they can decide if they want to connect with the other party or not. If they choose to connect, a chat inbox is initiated and they can now text one another whenever they want.

Nexum founders value honor, doggedness, and perseverance and credit these three pillars as fundamentals to doing business the right way and maximizing success. The Nexum dating app will be free for users and will be available on the iOS App Store & Google Play Store. To learn more about Nexum, visit https://www.nexumdate.com/

Email: business@nexumdate.com 

Social Media Links:

https://www.facebook.com/Nexum-103024062209004 

https://www.instagram.com/nexumdate/ 

https://www.linkedin.com/company/nexumdate 

https://twitter.com/NexumDate 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsBHefswdFSASlQOTjkSjfA

Media Contact

Company Name
Nexum Speed Dating
Contact Name
Andrew Kosche and Imran Ali
City
Los Angeles
State
CA
Country
United States
Website
https://www.nexumdate.com

By Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.

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