Type of site
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OnlyFans[edit | edit source]
OnlyFans is a social media and influencer platform that allows its users to share content on a subscription basis. It is popular within the adult entertainment industry, but also hosts content creators from other genres.
History[edit | edit source]
The company was launched and operated by Fenix International Limited in 2016 as a website for social media influencers to monetize their followings. Offering a new social media platform that allowed its creators to host and charge for content directly from a mobile phone.
In August 2018, the site introduced blogging functionality.
In September 2018, Jem Wolfie became the first creator to make over $100,000 using the site.
As of 2019, OnlyFans has 6,000,000+ registered users, and 50,000+ content creators; with $100,000,000+ paid out.
Controversy[edit | edit source]
Another major criticism on OnlyFans is from anti-LGBT groups.
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