As with other dating apps, users can scan profiles, chat privately with the potential Mr Right or hang out in a group chatroom. View gallery Ma Baoli, founder of Blue City, parent company of twitter Chinese gay dating app Blued, poses for pictures a Blued quickly found favor with gay people, adding 15 million users in two years. There is scope for expansion, with Ma’s company raising $30 million last year from a U.S. venture capital firm. Its long-term goal is to list on the Nasdaq. “That would be an even better way to show off China’s development than a big advertisement in Times Square,” said Ma, referring to New York’s most famous intersection.
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