We’ve seen dating sites for Jewish people, farmers, kinky folks, and even white people.With 1 in 8 American adults If you’re searching for a safe space to propose Netflix & trill, you might find it in “High There! Complex spoke to co-founder and CEO Darren Roberts about his inspiration for creating the app, stoners finding love, and the future of High There!I actually walked out of a date (after paying of course) and said to myself, that's it," CEO Todd Mitchem told the The app takes the Tinder model one step further by actually optimizing possible matches according to consumption preferences.
But until pot use becomes a more socially and legally accepted activity in the U.
As public perception has improved, the number of states that allow people to purchase marijuana for medical and recreational purposes has grown.
But just because people are willing to tolerate marijuana use in their neighborhood doesn’t mean they’re willing to start a budding relationship with someone who smokes a joint in their free time.
app is described as the world’s first global social network of cannabis enthusiasts.
Users share their interests (left) and energy levels when using cannabis (right) as part of their profile The app quickly became popular in New York, California and Colorado, with 41,000 downloads in the first six weeks and it’s expected to a hit in the Netherlands, Spain, England and Australia, Forbes reported. first launched two months ago, it could only be downloaded by users in the US who live in states that have legalised cannabis (a joint is pictured) but a global version was rolled out yesterday'Due in part to their small body size, dogs and cats can take advantage of small amounts of CBD, THC and other cannabinoids found in hemp and can therefore reap the benefits of this great plant,' the firm said.'We are not interested in, nor are we advocating the administration of, the well-known psychotropic compound THC, in concentrations sufficient to produce the 'high' or psychotropic effects which are normally associated with marijuana. blog, he said: ‘This news was a surprise, but the allowance was made because we are a responsible social network and because we focus on building connections rather than just showing off your weed.’ He’s a former Chief Revenue Officer of hash oil maker, VAPE and says that 12 million people use some form of the drug, meaning that there is a real opportunity to connect users on a social network.