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How much money OnlyFans creators made in 2021

OnlyFans, a well-established social media site for creators who sell sexually explicit content and interact privately with their followers, saw a boom in business last year.

The UK-based company announced Thursday its results for the financial year ended 30 November 2021. OnlyFans’ net revenue increased 160% to $932 million, and pre-tax income he took to $433 million (up from his $61 million in 2020). ), the largest annual growth in profits.

OnlyFans creators will earn $3.86 billion in 2021, up 115% year-over-year, bringing the company’s creator payouts to over $8 billion since its inception in 2016. He also more than doubled his total revenue (i.e. fan payments less taxes) for the fiscal year ending November 2021 to his $4.8 billion.

The number of creators on the platform grew 34% last year to 2.16 million, while the number of OnlyFans users grew 128% to 188 million.

“With our creator-first approach to building the world’s safest social media platform, OnlyFans has entered a record-breaking 2021,” OnlyFans CEO Amrapali “Ami” Gan said in a statement. increase. “We’re empowering creators to monetize their content and really control it.”

Former OnlyFans chief marketing officer, Gunn took over the role of CEO after founder Tim Stokely stepped down in December 2021.

According to OnlyFans, one of the company’s strategic priorities is to maintain and maintain its brand “outside traditional verticals” by promoting its porn-excluded free streaming service OFTV, especially in new markets. to promote. While OnlyFans continues to support adult performers, it also collaborates to recruit mainstream celebrities to its platform. Most recently, British reality TV stars Chloe, Demi and Frankie Sims ordered a reality show after leaving his OFTV’s ‘The Only Way Is Essex’.

The company also said it would further develop its PR and government relations strategy to “address misconceptions” about OnlyFans.

In 2021, model and TV personality Blac Chyna will be OnlyFans’ highest-paid creator, earning an estimated $20 million per month, according to research service Statista. Actor and singer Bella Thorne took his No. 2 spot with an estimated $11 million per month, followed by rapper Cardi B with $9.34 million per month, according to Statista.

Last summer, the company sparked outcry from adult performers after announcing plans to ban porn, citing the need to comply with partner bank policies. A week later, the site reversed its stance, dropping plans to ban sexually explicit material after saying it had “secured the necessary guarantees to support a diverse community of creators.”

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