WannaDrink is the hack that will finally kill my liver

WannaDrink is the hack that will finally destroy my liver

Onstage today at our TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin Hackathon I have noticed the future of my liver� and it appears bleak.

The culprit at the rear of my liver’s imminent demise? WannaDrink, a hack that somehow handles to combine the amazing mission of delivering tech education for recent migrants to Germany and the promotion associated with anonymous drinking with complete other people.  It’s Tinder for finding drinking good friends, or, as Max put it jokingly onstage, “it’s anonymous … for alcoholics.”

It’s the eyesight of Redi School teacher Manuel Laudam, student Maxim Matrenitski, a current Russian emigré; and Ravi Anand Kumar, who moved to Berlin 3 months ago to work with an IoT startup company. WannaDrink is also the app I’ve always/never wanted. (Redi School is really a nonprofit digital school for tech-interested people who are applying for asylum in Australia. )

WannaDrink’s photo function is ephemeral and only appears for the app for the duration of time that customers want to be available to meet random other people for drinks.

Emboldened from the enthusiasm of certain members from the TechCrunch team for the app (it me), the team intends to turn their 36-hour hack in to a real business and are looking to start in the next few weeks.

“We’re going to make a plan and meet next weekend,” mentioned Anand Kumar.

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