> LIke each other
Don't think I'd trust this site if the grammar on the homepage is bad.
... 6 times Mashable logos...
Uhh.. absolutely not.
thanks for the input
If I've understood correctly the matchmaking is not anonymous, the match itself is anonymous? So the two parties to the match don't know to whom they are talking but they both know who arranged the match.
It would be key to figure out a way to capture (not avoid) the hilarious aspect that people will use it as a joke. That's what I love about it.
Probably another way to avoid the suggested trolling(which might occur) that others have mentioned.
Also on the app, on the send match page, you can click on your friend and send the message directly (from your own email)
regarding the abuse, the 2 person being matched to each other dont know the identity of each other anyway, and at anytime one of the party can decide not to continue that chat. In anycase they know who "the person" that is trying to become their matchmaker, thus i think the abuse will be minimal.
Still, interesting. +1 nevertheless.