OnlyFans Alternatives

    OnlyFans is described as 'is the social platform revolutionizing creator and fan connections. The site is inclusive of artists and content creators from all genres and allows them to monetize their content while developing authentic relationships with their fanbase'. There are more than 50 alternatives to OnlyFans, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Android, SaaS, iPhone and Self-Hosted solutions. The best alternative is Bandcamp, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to OnlyFans are Liberapay (Free, Open Source), Open Collective (Freemium, Open Source), Patreon (Paid) and Flattr (Paid).

    This page was last updated Jul 8, 2021

    1. Discover amazing new music and directly support the artists who make it.
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    2. Liberapay is a way to donate money recurrently to people whose work you appreciate. Liberapay does not take a cut of payments, recipients get the full face value. The service is funded by the donations to its own account.
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    3. Recurring funding for groups. Accept money without creating a new bank account, and be fully transparent about where that money is going.
    4. In 2013, YouTube musician Jack Conte was looking for a solution to his problem: millions of people loved his videos, but only hundreds of dollars were hitting his bank account.
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      csconnorgreig Patreon doesn't allow adult creators.
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      Flattr is a social micropayment service, that makes it easy for you to "flatter" things on the internet that you like. When you're registered to Flattr, you pay a small monthly fee of your own choosing.
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    5. Ko-fi is the fast, friendly, 0% fee way to ask fans to support your work for the price of a coffee. Coffee's just a metaphor (You don’t have to buy actual coffee!). Donations - Receive donations directly from your fans with 0% platform fees.
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    6. BountySource is a funding platform for open-source bugs and features. Anyone can can post a monetary bounty on an open source project's issues (currently only projects hosted on Github are supported), encouraging other developers to come and work on a solution.
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    7. A free, fast, and friendly way to accept donations💰 Buy Me a Coffee is a free platform for creators (bloggers, developers, artists) to receive donations from their audience in a friendly manner 🎉 FEATURES: – Multiple payout options: Paypal and Stripe...
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      csconnorgreig Does not support Adult Content
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    8. MintMe revolutionizes how people help each other by allowing both sides to earn through an innovative way of crowdfunding. Anyone can create a token that represents themselves or a project in just a few clicks.
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    9. SubscribeStar is an online media content marketplace that operates on a subscription basis. We allow users to expose their talents and earn money.
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