October 13, 2017 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Vancouver, BC — Local dating app, DNA Romance (http://www.dnaromance.com), aired on the season premiere of Dragons’ Den on September 28th and has key new developments that the Dragons failed to predict since it recorded the episode on the 21st of April.
The Dragons Den
DNA Romance is gaining traction as the leader in online dating through DNA matchmaking in an attempt to bring forecasts of “chemical attraction” online.
Its new developments include the addition of a personality-matching feature, improvements to the user interface and platform features, and most importantly, offering integration with seven more already-existing DNA tests like those from 23andMe and Ancestry DNA.
DNA Romance translates genomics information hidden in your DNA into actionable advice to help your personal dating life but, unfortunately, this advanced technology did not resonate with the Dragons. DNA Romance is revolutionizing the science of matchmaking with an online dating app that uses genetic testing, personality type, and an advanced algorithm to predict chemical attraction and personality compatibility.
“Chemical attraction is the natural radar for dating compatibility, but online dating platforms fail to measure this major component in human attraction,” says Dr. Timothy Sexton, a co-founder of DNA Romance. Chemistry is a special, warm, fuzzy feeling that is the basis for sayings like “love is in the air,” and chemistry can only be felt “in person.”
There’s been over two decades of research behind the scent of love – chemistry – proving it’s more complicated than pheromones and the coding for “chemical attraction” is in fact, written in your DNA.
Despite all of this, chemistry has been missing from online dating. One of the Dragons, Michelle Romano, questioned how DNA Romance could beat out its competitors which, up until now, have shut down operations. DNA dating/DNA matchmaking has been tried before, but DNA Romance is the first to build a functional “secure” online DNA matchmaking platform; the so-called competition lacks credibility with no secure connection.
Dr. Sexton and his co-founder and wife, Judith Bosire, have outlasted whatever competition there may have been and proven the Dragons’comment to be wrong by staying relevant and releasing their newest personality feature – below is how it works.
Dr. Sexton and his co-founder and wife Judith Bosire
DNA Romance supports DNA tests that a person may already have or can get through any of the DNA kit testing companies, including: 23andMe, Ancestry DNA, Genes For Good, My Heritage, Family Tree DNA, or Living DNA. Then, a DNA Romance member will download their genetic data onto the web-app from any of the DNA kit testing companies and complete their “DNA Romance Profile.”
Based on the furnished data, the app will decipher the crucial elements behind chemistry and compatibility for that particular person, and then present the report to other compatible members in their secure online account.
Essentially, DNA romance translates the understanding from this research into prediction of chemistry with other singles who are using DNA Romance – and will spare you from endless awkward dates and bad relationships!
DNA Romance’s newest personality-matching feature now works the DNA data component in conjunction with their Myers-Briggs personality type to provide improved predictions of compatibility for a loving relationship.
This innovative approach brings a much-needed advancement to the world of online dating, elevating the search for love beyond personality and appearance to include the biological factors that play a major role in human attraction.
Although the Dragons couldn’t muster the courage to go on an “investment date” with DNA Romance, investors are certainly still on the prowl for a company like DNA Romance. Current Dragon veteran Arlene Dickinson said it best: “DNA Matching is the future.” That was eight months ago; the future is now.
For more information please contact DNA Romance
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