Wednesday, July 6

OnlyFans changes strategy to get rid of the porn label | Digital Trends Spanish


It is likely that many have recognized OnlyFans as a platform where adult content was generated through a subscription system.

However, the service was not limited only to that field, it also served so that musicians, artists or other professionals could show part of their work in exchange for a payment.

Apparently, OnlyFans got tired of only being associated with adult material and has now decided to take a turn, thus seeking to become a site suitable for everyone focused on the lives of celebrities.

In accordance with Bloomberg, OnlyFans is already in talks to raise funds close to one billion dollars.

“The idea is to find investors to help make it a more mainstream platform and reduce its pornographic reputation,” the article says.

According to the CEO of the company, Tim Stokely, “athletes are a genre of creators in which we have seen great growth”, this after boxer Floyd Mayweather joined OnlyFans earlier this month shortly before his fight. against youtuber Logan Paul.

Thus, the platform is trying to leave behind the porn label that has been put on it since its inception and become a place for athletes and other celebrities to better connect with their followers, who could access a more personal look at the life of the famous in exchange for a subscription.

During the pandemic, the platform has increased the number of followers abruptly. It went from 85 million registered people at the end of last year, to more than 130 million users in the middle of this 2021.

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