My420mate launched in 2014 — on April 20, naturally — and now has nearly half a million members in 50 states and more than 88 countries, according to co-founder Miguel Lozano."As a daily smoker of cannabis myself, I came up with the idea about five years ago when dating sites were becoming more and more popular," Lozano says."As a person who uses the benefits of cannabis, I thought it would be nice to have a way to meet potential dates and friends, alike, who supported cannabis use.Other Features- Connections: see who viewed your profile, who winked at you, who favorited you;- Browse: browse by age, gender, location, photo only, ethnicity, last login and newest;- Messages: send texts and photos in private;- Privacy settings: hide from all to browse the community anonymously or display your profile to your favorites only;- Private album: only those you allow them to access can see your private photos;- Feedback: send us your questions, suggestions or complaints and receive response within 1 working day;- Report: report scammers and abusive people to kick them out;- Block user: you are in control of whom you connect with.Why We Use Third-Party Dating App Template People are already familiar with Facebook, Tinder and Ok Cupid.A recent website search on Google for “420” brought up hundreds of millions of websites which are 420 related.
In 2012, voters in Colorado and Washington passed a historic initiative state law to legalize cannabis, making them the only 420-friendly states for now; while at the same time, opened the door to 420-friendly business entrepreneurs, creating new 420 friendly jobs.
Larry's go-to website, with nearly 23,000 members, was the brainchild of 28-year-old California entrepreneur and self-described stoner Ryan Moxon of Marin County. West Coast but also includes international smokers and has ballooned since voters in Washington state and Colorado opted to legalize recreational marijuana use in 2012.
About three years ago he dreamed up the idea for the site while yearning for the girl of his dreams: one who smokes pot. Voters in Oregon, Alaska and the District of Columbia will vote in November on the issue, and the New York Times in July called for the repeal of the federal ban on marijuana for those over the age of 21.
RELATED: TRENDING LIFE & STYLE NEWS THIS HOURData from Ok Cupid paints a slightly different picture.
Ok Cupid spokeswoman Jane Reynolds wrote in an email that 2016 data showed that at least 50 percent of Ok Cupid users in every state except West Virginia (which clocked in at 47 percent) answered in the affirmative when asked, "Could you date someone who does drugs?