Former ICU nurse revolutionizing the prostitution industry

It is no secret that the mainstream financial system for sex workers is discriminatory and broken. Payment processors such as Visa and Mastercard are getting stricter with adult entertainment spaces as the stigma against sex workers continues — as we all witnessed in August, when OnlyFans suddenly announced they will ban “adult pornography” from their platform, thus putting millions of sex workers out of business, only to reverse the situation a month later after receiving a backlash.

They are not the first adult platform to fall victim to Visa and Mastercard’s date requirements. Pornhub made a similar announcement in 2020 when Visa Purchase is suspended on a temporary basis in a skewed direction New York Times investigation, and just this month, AVN Stars and GayVN Stars announced they will also end “creator monetization” on their platforms by January 1, 2022, again citing bank discrimination. The Free Speech Coalition (FSC), which advocates for the rights and freedoms of sex workers, responded in a statement. statement: “Companies like Mastercard are now complicit in the expropriation of millions of sex workers, complicit in pushing workers away from independence into potentially more dangerous and exploitative conditions. strip off”.

OnlyFans, arguably the largest platform for user-generated adult content, has more than 150 million users — and more than 2 million of them content creators. Many of their creators ran to platforms like Fansly and JustForFans after OnlyFans announced it back in August. Creators may have found secondary and third platforms to sell their content on ( current), but what keeps these platforms from falling victim to Visa and Mastercard down the road? The answer is simple: They are not immune. They also respond to Visa and Mastercard just like OnlyFans, and it is only a matter of time before all platforms that accept fiat as payment will find themselves “cancelled” or suspended from paying for adult entertainment. theirs on the platform. Where does that leave the creator? I will tell you: back to square one, with their business under the support of the bank.

As an adult entertainer myself and a strong supporter of the prostitution industry, I cannot sit back and allow this to happen. I thought to myself: I will be the face of this industry to find a solution for us once and for all. I identified the problem – the banks – and the solution became very clear: get rid of the banks. It’s clear to me that what the industry needs is a crypto-powered adult entertainment platform. I’m planning to invest $1 million in building my own platform: WetSpace.

WetSpace is a crypto-based platform that provides reliable payment processing for creators and the anonymity often desired by our fans. WetSpace provides a vehicle that will propel digital currencies into adult entertainment and revolutionize the community by creating an ecosystem for the NSFW industry. It is a platform agnostic that will integrate with cryptocurrencies with the cheapest fees, fastest processing times, and the most eco-friendly.

This will be a place where creators won’t need to worry about big banking restrictions and payments, because when using crypto, payments are instant and transferred directly. directly into your crypto wallet (yes, that also means no chargebacks). Not to mention, you’ll keep more money on WetSpace. Because I strongly believe in this, we will have one of the lowest commission rates in the industry, only 15 percent.

So my final message to adult creators, models and entertainers: What is your solution to all of this? Are you prepared to migrate from one platform to another, hoping you can continue to grow your business there long term without them shutting you down? Or are you ready to take your business to the next level by joining WetSpace where we don’t answer the banks, we answer friend? Former ICU nurse revolutionizing the prostitution industry


ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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