A former nurse who made more than $1 million last year after quitting her job to pursue a career as a virtual sex worker on OnlyF said she is creating her own platform for p0rn performers who will accept cryptocurrency payments.
Natalie Reynolds, 37, quit her $84,000-a-year job as a nurse in a Boston intensive care unit after her colleagues and bosses discovered she had an account on OnlyF.
When receiving an ultimatum to delete her account or be fired, she opted to quit her job and focus on OnlyF, which she said made nearly $369,000 a month last year on the site.
But Rae was “horrified” after OnlyF announced last year that it would stop allowing pornography on its platform, even after the site reversed its decision and said it would continue to allow dirty content.
“It’s scary to make so much money and then suddenly be told I’m going to be shut down in 30 days,” she told the Post.
OnlyF said it was forced to ban porn over concerns about large payment processors facilitating the sex trade, but overturned its decision after backlash.
Still, Ray didn’t take the plunge. Next month, she said, she plans to officially launch WetSpace, an OnlyF-style adult entertainment space that will process cryptocurrency payments — meaning the identities of performers and clients will be more easily masked.
Consumers of p0rn0graphic content can use digital stablecoins to buy from their favorite online performers, including Binance USD, ethereum, tether, dai, BNB, and AVAX.
“My inspiration for creating WetSpace really came from being a content creator myself,” she told The Post.