Verified profiles are coming to Tinder.
Remember? That dating app we all had once and then forgot about when we found love/Happn came along.
According to the company's blog, the little blue tick will denote the official profile of "notable public figures, celebrities and athletes". So when you're matched with the Wealdstone Raider, Charlotte off Geordie Shore or Jonjo Shelvy, you'll know you're not being catfished. Here's a not famous model as an example:
Chances are, if a 'celebrity' opts for a verified profile they're probably only slightly more famous than the guy who works at your local cornershop, so bragging rights might be limited were you to ever shag them after a few drinks an All Bar One.
However, if you do match with a real A-lister, say, Miquita Oliver or something, then you can screengrab your more lascivious exchanges and sell them to Take A Break for £20.