In the coming quarter, Tinder will be smart enough to provide ID verification to all customers.
The company says the feature, which is only available in Japan, now plans to offer it to all users so that it can be accessed by all users.
The latest security update of the dating app will be Tinder launching ID verification features that will allow users to reassures their matching identity. The company has also provided an anti-catfishing feature, and Tinder parent company Match Group collaborated with background check platform Garbo earlier this year.
The tinder, which is expected to be operational this quarter, provides details on how the new update will work. The first Tinder ID check will start manually. They would then consult with experts to determine which document is appropriate in each country.
But the problem with this is that users are afraid to share their real ID on an online platform. The company claims to have held discussions with several experts in this regard. The company has also provided details related to the latest security update.