There's some buzz that Bumble is going public, and it could be a real honey pot. Bumble is a cute, bee-themed dating app designed so women can make the first move, but they're not the first technology company making initial public offerings (IPOs). Their announcement comes along behind other highly anticipated IPOs like Airbnb and Doordash Inc.

However, Bumble does have a little more information for the public than other hinting IPOs. The could be seeking a valuation between $6 and $8 billion, according to a source that wished to remain unnamed due to the private nature of the information. The company is looking to break into the stock market as early as the beginning of next year. But while it's talking with banks, it hasn't settled on a lineup yet. Because nothing has been finalized, this could push the timing of Bumble's IPO.

For Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd, running a dating app isn't new. She was also an executive and co-founder of Tinder, now thier competition, and is also chief executive officer of the family of apps under Blackstone Group, Inc. (BX  ), a private equity firm who bought majority stake in Bumble for $3 billion in 2019.

Match Group (MTCH  ) had also offered to buy Bumble, for the low price of $450 million. Match Group already owns popular dating sites like, Tinder, OKCupid, PlentyofFish, Hinge and more. While they lowballed Bumble, they seem to have done better for themselves, since Bumble's lowest projection is almost $2 billion more than Match's $4.7 billion IPO. They started selling stock at $12 apiece, but have done very well since their entrance into the market in 2015. While Match Group had its many dating sites to fall back on, it seems Bumble is doing well on its own. If the comparison between the two is anything to go by, it looks like Bumble could be a lucrative stock, depending on their IPO.