He's been the CTO at several other medium and small startups. And at the end, I'd ask you to fill-in the survey about whether or not you fell in love today. And like you see in a lot of those pictures-- those are not stock photos, if you have any questions. We have about more than 600,000 success couples since the founding of the company 14 years ago. So just to let you know some of the very interesting statistics. We currently operate across three different continents.
Thank you for joining, because falling in love and Mongo DB don't really go together in my mind. And, in fact, we're going to hear how that works. It looks like-- oh, what's the name of the movie all about love? Love Actually, that's the picture it looks like. We're really pleased to have the CTO of e Harmony. He is a CTO renowned and bringing about agile development, new technologies. I'm very excited to be part of this first ever Mongo DB World. For those of you who haven't heard about e Harmony before, we are a recommendation service that provides singles with long-term and happy relationships.
We've had two great stories already, how the VA is reinventing their shared services with Mongo DB.
He decided to join e Harmony, I'm not exactly sure why, hopefully he'll tell us, two years ago, and in that process, Mongo DB has come in. We operate in the United States, Canada, Australia, and UK.
So this CMP application was built on top of the relational database.
And it started to perform quite slow, way too slow.
He shared that he's also excited about the vision for Mongo DB we've heard this morning. So, on average, we have about 438 people that get married on e Harmony every single day. And that translates to a lot of data that we need to store, manage, and process. Well, our compatibility matching processor, or, also known as CMP application, create about billion plus potential matches per day, with about 25 plus terabytes of user data in our entire matching system.
And as more and more people straggle in, I'm going to thank him for joining us today. That translates to about 5% of all the new marriages in the US alone. In support, 60 million plus queries, complex multi-attribute queries, daily looking across 250 plus attributes.Anyone who’s single and dating knows it’s a numbers game.All it takes is one person to set you on the path toward happily ever after - or to give you another dating nightmare story.Yet all too often, we're walking around with our tiny frames trying to fit people into them.We're looking for something or someone rather than really seeing.In terms of the key performance metrics, compared to a year ago, we are seeing about 30% increase in two-way communication, 50% increase in the paid subscribers, and 60% plus increase in traffic growth, in terms of the unique visitors and visits.