Former Tinder Executive Tips Digital Asset Startups For Success

Jeff Morris Jr., Tinder’s former Director of Product and Revenue, has revealed the three companies that he considers to be the most promising crypto and digital asset startups.

Outside of his work on the dating app, Morris founded his own product investment fund. Chapter One Ventures has so far invested in more than 50 businesses, including nine cryptocurrencies and Coinmine, a device that automatically mines cryptocurrency. 

Brian Norgard also made an investment in Coinmine shortly after he left his position as Chief Product Officer at Tinder.

The companies that Morris has tipped for success are Brave, Lolli and Rally Rd. He believes they have all built products that consumers love.

Brave is a privacy-focused browser that blocks ads and website trackers so people can access the internet with complete confidence. It also gifts users with digital currency, which they can then donate to certain website owners or content creators.

Meanwhile, Lolli is a free browser add-on that lets users earn Bitcoin back from their online purchases at a wide-range of retailers, including Best Buy and Walmart.

Morris’ final selection, Rally Rd is an iOS app that turns collectable items, such as baseball cards and fine wines, into stocks for people to invest in and claim part ownership of.

Bitrefill enabled the purchase of iTunes and Google Play gift cards in February this year, making it possible for singles to pay for their premium Tinder subscriptions with a variety of cryptocurrencies.

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