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Desperate Romantics Offer $100,000 Rewards for Matchmakers to Find Their Perfect Partner


Some individuals from the millennial generation who have yet to find a life partner are using their disposable income to pursue a committed relationship.

Mati Roy and Anatoliy ‘Toli’ Zaslavskiy, both in their 30s, are two individuals who exemplify this situation.

As he entered his thirties, Roy made the decision that having children was something he desired, as mentioned in a profile in the New York Times. With that ultimate objective in mind, he crafted an online dating biography – a personal resume for potential soulmates to pursue.

The individual provided a detailed account of his personal attributes, such as his height of 6 feet 2 inches, his lack of interest in alcohol and drugs, and his preference for spending less time together compared to what is considered typical for couples.

Then, he added a $2,000 bonus that would be given to the person who connected him with the individual he would later ‘co-parent’ with.

‘The money was an experiment, and the amount chosen was intended to serve as a motivation for people to get involved,’ as stated by a source. Roy, a project manager at OpenAI, referred to the reward as a ‘dating bounty.’

A friend of his contributed $1,000 to the reward fund for anyone who could connect Roy with someone who brought him happiness for a significant period of time.

Zaslavskiy also contributed an additional $500 with the same 18-month condition. Interestingly, Zaslavskiy, an engineer at Dropbox, was so fond of the idea that he went ahead and created his own version of the system. But took things to a whole new level. 

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He made the decision to provide a sum of $100,000, which would be paid out to his matchmaker over a period of four years.

During an interview with the Times, he expressed his admiration for the vesting structure commonly found in start-ups. He pondered the possibility of implementing a similar concept in the dating world, questioning why it couldn’t be successful.

After carefully considering his salary, spending habits, and the amount he wanted to allocate for his personal life, he made his decision.

According to his model, the matchmaker would receive a flat payment of $25,000 once a year has passed in the relationship. The person would then receive a monthly payment of $2,000 until the entire sum was disbursed or the partnership ended.

He proposed a different payment arrangement, where the matchmaker would receive 10 percent of the annual combined income of the potential couple, with the amount gradually increasing over time. That model would, of course, depend on the potential partner agreeing to the terms.

Zaslavskiy now identifies as polyamorous, and his generous offer still stands for the person who introduces him to his ‘primary’ partner. Roy’s approach, however, has proven to be quite successful.

Last spring, he tied the knot with Carissa Cassiel, whom he crossed paths with thanks to a mutual friend who shared his dating profile on her Facebook page.

Several individuals expressed their opinion that the bounty was an unusual concept. Some individuals commented that Roy’s manner of speaking was different.

However, Cassiel, 39, was impressed by the way Roy handled his critics with patience and understanding.

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