Streamer Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa has announced yet another business venture as her proposed retirement from adult content looms ahead, this time in the form of NFT venture Shush Club.
Amouranth became popular over the years for her sometimes controversial adult-oriented streams on Twitch, as well as her adult content on popular sites such as OnlyFans. But she has proven herself to be more than just a spicy streamer in recent months, purchasing gas stations and sharing investment tips on social media.
The streamer explained that she prolonged her adult career past her previously scheduled retirement date in order to further fund future projects like her own convention, as well as her newly announced NFT venture called Shush Club.
Amouranth has been vocal about her plans to leave OnlyFans behind, but it seems that she is now leaving it in order to back a competitor that’s in the same space. That competitor is called Shush Club.
Shush Club is an “adult NFT marketplace” that is meant to empower “e-girls” by paying them royalties for the sale of their content and offering instant payouts. Fans will also benefit by purchasing content in complete privacy, using crypto to potentially protect personal data.
“Shush Club offers a blockchain-powered alternative to contemporary content platforms and empowers creators and fans alike by providing access to profitable marketing and investment opportunities in a space that is secure, efficient, and fair for all,” the website reads.
Creators on Shush Club will have a variety of earning opportunities, including:
Earlier this year, Amouranth revealed that she makes $1.5 million per month through OnlyFans. She explained at the time that her sharing the number wasn’t a flex, but rather that she was more hoping to empower other women to take control of their finances and capitalize on their content. Amouranth previously stated that her newest OnlyFans-like project would allow women to feel like they are gaining their power back, and that is among her stated goals with Shush Club, whether or not the project actually achieves them.