Your Guide to Leading Adult Websites that Support Bitcoin Payments
Your guide to which adult content platforms are Bitcoin-friendly.
Adult content platforms are one of the early adopters when it comes to accepting Bitcoin payments as some of them supported cryptocurrency payments in as early as 2014. The growing list now includes Livejasmin, Chaturbate, Xotika, Playboy Plus, Porn.com, and Naughty America.
It was established in 2001 to provide quality adult content to the porn industry. As of June 2017, the company boasts operations in 47 porn sites and boasts more than 10,000 porn videos. It’s one of early adopters of Bitcoin payment as it allowed its users to pay through cryptocurrency three years ago.
The company’s adoption of Bitcoin as a payment option for its premium service is a good sign for the cryptocurrency market along with Naughty America. The platform has been accepting Bitcoin payment since 2014. Video subscribers may have access to unlimited video streaming from a huge DVD archive library with no advertisements.
It has been accepting Bitcoin payments following the integration of the BitPay services three years ago. Under the firm’s various membership plans, subscribers can have access to both high-definition (HD) photos and videos.
Xotika focuses mainly on the live interaction among its subscribers. The company has been accepting cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin as a form of payment since its launch.
Despite being one of the late bloomers in accepting Bitcoin payments, it’s well-known for its live webcam stream of adult content and has started accepting Bitcoin payments in 2015.
Established in 2011, it has gained solid reputation as an adult content service provider offering live interaction between subscribers and streamers. They’ve been on and off in accepting Bitcoin payments, but Redditors confirmed that they’ve started supporting Bitcoin payments again in April 2017.
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