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  • Luxy is Tinder for super-rich people
  • Luxy is Tinder for super-rich people
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Luxy is Tinder for super-rich people

How do high net-worth individuals meet people online? Not through Tinder, but through Luxy - an online dating app aimed specifically at the well-off. Billing itself as "Tinder, minus the riff-raff", the app launched in October 2014 on both iOS and Android.

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