A former nurse and Navy veteran who took on the life of an e-girl is now creating her own adult content site for people who wish to use cryptocurrency.
Allie Rae, who is now 37 years of age, quit her job working in a Boston ICU to sell herself on the digital market through OnlyFans, a British-based adult content subscription service.
The career switch took place after medical administrators and coworkers learned she had an OnlyFans account and demanded she delete it, lest she be forced to find employment elsewhere.
Taking the 21st Century route, the nurse traded her medical supplies for marital aids and got to work creating adult content.
At one point, she was earning nearly $369k a month.
According to the New York Post, Rae was looking to create her own platform after OnlyFans attempted to “de-smut” the platform, in hopes of becoming more family-friendly.
“To be making that kind of money and then to suddenly be told I’d be shut off in 30 days was scary,” she said.
While this attempt failed, Rae decided her envisioned platform, WetSpace, would continue on and take an interesting twist- the site would include crypto as a form of payment.
The site will accept digital stable coins, including Binance USD, ethereum, tether, dai, BNB, and AVAX.
“I wanted to create a platform where sex workers can grow their business long-term without the fear of having to worry about big payment processors,” Rae said.
Rae, a married mother of three, hopes her new site will allow online sex workers to feel more secure with crypto, which can protect their privacy in new ways.
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