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Grindr’s international appeal is in the spotlight following the announcement Monday that a Chinese gaming company had purchased a majority stake the Hollywood start-up for million.Phone numbers were exchanged and if the first went well, a second date was scheduled. With the rapid adoption of smartphones over the last decade — over 16 million Argentines now own one — former customary social practices have been radically transformed as mobile dating apps arrived on the scene.Unlike social dating sites such as Eharmony or OKcupid that were created when the Internet was in its infancy in the 1990s, the new dating apps don’t use carefully set up algorithms to fix matches — at least not yet.After news of the sale, Beijing Kunlun’s stock shot up more than 10% in China, highlighting a huge demand among the country’s gay community for new ways to connect.Chinese gay dating app Blued has surpassed 15 million users.
For generations in Buenos Aires — a city well-known for its fast-paced social life — most typical encounters went something like this.