Popular streamer Amouranth recently announced plans to take on the OnlyFans platform by helping launch an “adult NFT marketplace” called Shush Club. This follows the announcement that Amouranth will soon be creating an “e-girl agency” to support “all women who are interested in us by helping them streamline, optimize and help provide assistants, editors, etc. for their content creation and fan site activities.
Amouranth is currently the second most popular female streamer on Twitch with over 5.5 million subscribers, behind only Pokimane who has over nine million subscribers. Amouranth has become known for his involvement in a variety of different entrepreneurial ventures, including real estate, stocks, and small businesses. The streamer, for example, owns and operates a growing number of gas stations and a pool toy business. The partnership with Shush Club represents the latest in a long line of professional endeavors.
“I’m super excited to be working with Shush Club on their content platform,” Amouranth revealed on Twitter, noting how the platform will “shake things up”. The streamer said that “with instant payouts and a marketing portal that truly connects content creators with affiliate marketing and advertising offers, Shush Club is going to be a complete game-changer.”
Shush Club is described as a “blockchain-powered alternative to contemporary content platforms” that is meant to “empower creators and fans by giving them access to profitable marketing and investing opportunities in a secure, efficient space. and fair to all”. In addition to “traditional media formats”, Shush Club will have an “Adult NFT Marketplace“. According to the company, “Shush Club will provide content creators with seamless entry into this lucrative market.”
Shush Club has signed up Amouranth as a Brand Advisor. “Currently the number one earner on OnlyFans, Amouranth has decided to branch out into content creation and put his wealth of experience to work for the Shush Club team and content creators while actively promoting the platform on social networks.” How exactly this will affect her “e-girl agency” remains to be seen.
The streamer revealed in July that she makes over $30 million from OnlyFans, or nearly $1.5 million a month. She is currently considering leaving. In response to growing criticism, Amouranth previously noted that switching to OnlyFans was about empowerment, describing the platform as a “much safer environment” than Twitch. The content creator added that “you get paid well for it. It’s like you’re taking power instead of being a victim.
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