An innovative way to send flowers - Bokay is the first company to let users fully personalize flower arrangements and visualize their creation in real-time - delivering unique designs overnight with the exact flowers selected. Bokay uses a direct-to-consumer model and is the first way to truly customize bouquets that can be sent to anyone in the lower 48 states.

Bokay uses an interactive real-time bouquet builder, offering thousands upon thousands of possible user-created combinations. Customers can choose the types of flowers, colors, greenery, and vase and see it come to life on screen. Orders are hand-designed in the United States by real florists using farm-fresh flowers from all over the world. A free, customized greeting card adds the perfect final touch before a Bokay is shipped overnight.

In recent years, ordering flowers has become mundane and frigid as online companies compete with similar cookie-cutter arrangements from professional photoshoots that arrive looking totally different. Even if the flowers arrive resembling the picture online, why should the flowers sent to someone special be the same exact bouquets sent to thousands of others? For that reason, Bokay provides a personalized and service that wasn't an option until today. Now, McCarthy and his team introduce the flower industry to a completely customizable and original concept. Plus, customers can even pay using Dogecoin, Ethereum, or Bitcoin.

"Sending flowers has been around for a long time. It's only been the last 20 years that online flower ordering has become so popular. But there's a major flaw in the current models of e-commerce floral giants - they rarely even touch the flowers themselves. For that reason, they don't control their own inventory and they can't customize an arrangement. Flowers are supposed to be personal, fun, and make people smile. If we focus on one customer at a time, I think we have a real shot at becoming the future of online flower buying for people who want that personal and playful touch," said Kevin McCarthy, founder, and CEO of Bokay

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