However, Dan Primack of Axios reported on August 19th, 2021, that the company is struggling to secure venture capital funding due to the explicit content uploaded by creators.
Four years later, , a set of controversial bills with the purported goal of curbing human trafficking, which only led to the further censorship of sex work online.
And with that, the question remains over where OnlyFans sees itself fitting as a social media platform for online influencers.
No, it is not a publicly-traded company.
People will, one way or another, pay for porn.
The primary owners can always seek private buyers.