Dating simulators are an interesting genre, with fairly a simple design to follow they are effectively limited only by the imagination of their creator.
So its not surprising to see various different dating simulators tackle the object of affection within the game in unconventional fashions, and thus the interesting results that arise because of that.
Mark Cuban offered them million for the company (the largest offer on the show at the time), but they turned him down.
"He offered you million and you didn't even flinch! So why did the Kangs turn down the largest offer in history?This way women don't waste their time swiping and can control the conversation since users only have seven days to respond and set up a date. Engaging on the app — whether it is to connect with a bagel or pass — is rewarded with "coffee beans," which are currency to buy more bagels.According to the outlet, the cash infusion will be used to staff up, and hire additional developers and engineers.Instead of matching users with a hoard of nearby strangers a la Tinder, Coffee Meets Bagel only connects singles who share Facebook friends; What's more, it eliminates the onslaught of unwanted creepy messages all-too-common on dating sites such as OKCupid by sending each of its users a single match each day at noon and only allowing individuals who mutually like each other to communicate.
Whether or not the offer was real or just a hypothetical didn't end up mattering in the end: Coffee Meets Bagel's founders -- sisters Arum, Dawoon, and Soo Kang – gave Cuban a hard no, confident that their company was destined for greater things."We see this business growing as a big as Match.com," Dawoon told Cuban.