Hence its name, which refers to the platform's blue tick community. Whereas other dating services can fall prey to bots and catfish, Blue taps into Twitter's verification system to connect you with "real" celebs.
Enter Loveflutter "Blue," the latest premium app aimed at celebs -- only this new dating service comes with a twist.
The app exclusively caters to verified Twitter users.
According to Mashable, there are roughly 200,000 verified accounts, so you shouldn’t get your hopes up that you’ll be matched with an A-list celebrity.
Still, the incorporation Twitter’s verification system adds an extra level of protection against catfishing, at the very least.
Twitter recently allowed any user to request a verified account, so if you have the burning need to mingle with Twitter’s elite, you can test your luck with the verification process.