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Wildcard

A fun and easy way to meet interesting people at events

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Milan vd Bovenkamp ♠
@milann · Connecting people again with Wildcard 🃏
Thanks for hunting us @bramk! After a pre-launch last december we have a significant update for our app + we’re available on 5056 different Android devices ;)! Staying close to the playing cards analogy, we introduced DECKS. These are stacks of Wildcards filtered around events. People like you can request Decks for events you fancy (ranging from intimate… See more

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Milan vd Bovenkamp ♠
@milann · Connecting people again with Wildcard 🃏
Thanks for hunting us @bramk! After a pre-launch last december we have a significant update for our app + we’re available on 5056 different Android devices ;)! Staying close to the playing cards analogy, we introduced DECKS. These are stacks of Wildcards filtered around events. People like you can request Decks for events you fancy (ranging from intimate… See more
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Bram Kanstein (@bramk)
@bramk · Creator of @startupstash
Last time I hunted Wildcard they were still in Beta (oops!), now they launched and I think it looks awesome. You can meet interesting people at events using a Tinder style UI. Also, they've added the ability to create stacks (curated for now) of cards around events or places. So if you are organizing an event you can have your unique stack where people that … See more
Kay Vink
@kayvink
Can I start a deck for any event? Would love to make a deck for my Meetups!
Don Fontijn
@donfontijn · ABN AMRO
Finally some proper app that (awesomely) facilitates the only feature you actually need in an event app. Curious what the CTA on the website is going to do ("request deck"). Not clear what that is unless you scrolled to the bottom of the page. Why not make that "add your event" or put a questionmark icon next to "deck" to show the context of the word. PS: … See more
Samir Diwan
@someear · Founder, Polly.ai
@milann I've been using Weave a lot, and love the concept. I know they have event based functionality built in too, how do you see yourself differentiating from them?