Fenix International Limited. London, United Kingdom
Investor and Director (2018-Present)
Since 2018, I have served as one of the Directors of Fenix International Limited, a UK company that owns and operates OnlyFans, a social media platform that allows content creators to connect directly with their fans.
As of January 2021, OnlyFans has over 100 million users, over 1 million content creators, who have earned over $3 billion dollars on the platform to date.
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Social media is a fraught business. At best, companies such as Facebook help us to stay in touch, share ideas, and even make a living. At worst, they are rentiers of human emotion, manipulating our basest needs to bombard us with ads.
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50 Million Join The 'Creator Economy' Thanks To Platforms Like OnlyFans, YouTube, Etsy And Twitch
Warhol declared, "In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes." But was not predicted was that everyone's "fame" would be experienced simultaneously. Ask a kid today in the U.S. what they want to be when the grow up. No longer is musician or athlete the top answer.
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By Alexandra Mondalek February 12, 2021 05:30 Rebecca Minkoff, the designer known for her $300 leather crossbody handbags, has nearly one million followers on Instagram. On her profile, she shares a mélange of photos and videos, including product images from the brand's latest accessory or fragrance launch, interviews with actresses and fashion insiders and on occasion, cheeky quotes.
DJ Khaled, Fat Joe Have a Joint OnlyFans Account
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How Subscription Platforms Have Become Revenue-Generating, Real-Time Fan Clubs
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He moved to Nashville to make it as a singer but wound up working as a barback, a job that in three years had gone from tolerable to marginal to almost unbearable. At 26, his dream of a career in music had already begun to feel hopeless.
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NYC medic helped 'make ends meet' with racy OnlyFans side gig
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When The Pandemic Hit, Megan Had No Income. Then She Joined OnlyFans.
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It's 2020, and nudes might now be acceptable dinner table talk. OK, this might depend on who you're having dinner with. But some data suggests that talk of dick pics and nudes on Twitter increased 384 percent from early March to April. Many people say that they're engaging in sexting for the first time in their lives.
People are turning to OnlyFans to earn money after losing their jobs during the pandemic
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Mia Khalifa Donates £117,000 To Charity From OnlyFans Earnings
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Michael B. Jordan Plans to "Use My Body For Good" and Join OnlyFans
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A model raised $500,000 for Australia wildfire relief by sending nude photos to donors, she says
Not all heroes wear capes. Some don't even wear clothes. A Los Angeles-based Instagram model believes she has helped raise at least half a million dollars for Australian wildfire relief by offering her nude photos in exchange for proof of a charitable donation.
How celebrities are using OnlyFans, TikTok to support good causes
Lockdowns and quarantines have sent the time spent on social media skyrocketing. From OnlyFans to TikTok, several celebrities - like the actor Michael B. Jordan or the French dancer Fauve Hautot - not to mention brands, are seizing the power of social media to launch initiatives in aid of good causes.
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Bustle Digital Group is formally rebranding to BDG, its founder and CEO Bryan Goldberg tells Axios. The new logo and name will roll out Tuesday. Why it matters: "As much as Bustle was our first and still largest property, we want to recognize all of the other great brands that are already on platform and that will be joining platform," Goldberg says.