Stormy Daniels Adds A Cryptocurrency Reward Program To Her Website

Stormy Daniels is rewarding her viewers with cryptocurrency, and no, it’s not Verge.

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Adult entertainment star Stormy Daniels has partnered up with Vice Industry Token (VIT) for exclusive content.

Darkreach Communications, the company which manages Daniels’ website, is working with the blockchain startup to reward viewers for watching content. This allows adult film producers to further monetize their content.

The company also plans to integrate the VIT token to its 20-plus other website that it manages.

President of Darkreach, Rob Murray, explains that the introduction of cryptocurrencies is an inevitable move.

“The way the VIT blockchain works, we all get a piece of the token, and the guaranteed genuine data is the icing in the cak

Her partnership with a cryptocurrency is not surprising. The adult industry relies on privacy and anonymity, factors that are also the backbone of cryptocurrencies. However, this is not the first time that the two industries have crossed paths. Last month, PornHub partnered with Verge as means of payment for its premium content.

 

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You Have To Buy A Porn Pass To Visit X-Rated Sites In the UK

Viewers can purchase a 16-digit code porn pass from newsagents to verify their age instead of registering on websites.

The U.K. is cracking down on underage porn watching. The government has approved porn sites to verify users with their credit card information. In the country, you have to be 18 and above to have a credit card.

But for those who worry about having their details leaked or data used online, they can opt to buy a “porn pass”. The porn pass is a 16-digit code that can be purchased at local corner stores. To prove their age, buyers will have to show a passport or driver’s license to the shopkeeper. The cards will cost around £10 or about $14.

This new rule will also apply to those who wish to buy alcohol or knives online.

For those who are still concerned about having their data leaked or blackmailed by store owners, the U.K. government tells them not to.

“We are in the process of implementing some of the strictest data protection laws in the world,” a spokesperson explained to the Independent.

“A wide variety of online age verification solutions exist, or are in development, and they will have to abide by these high standards. We expect data security to be a high priority in the BBFC’s guidance on age verification arrangements.”

Hackers expose porn site members’ personal info

Pornographic subscribers of Digital Playground are currently in a bind as the online porn site was hacked.

The website is trying to recover from the attack as the hackers got credit card numbers, email addresses, and other sensitive information from them.

The website is now back online as the members area of digitalplayground.com is now available after being down for several days. A message from the website stated that they are not currently taking any new subscription.

The hack exposed information of the website’s members. There are currently over 73,000 paying members of Digital playground according to AVN.

A group that calls themselves “The Collective” took credit of the attack in the posts and claims to be affiliated with other hacking groups like Lulz Security and Anonymous.

Manwin told AVN that they took down the website last March 5 after learning of a network breach that may have possibly occurred before the hackers sacked the website four days earlier.

He also added that they were supervising “all aspects of the situation” and has been in contact with members since the breach.

The pornographic website is the third Manwin Holding-owned website that has been attacked by hackers. Brazzers and YouPorn were also intruded by the hackers.

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Reddit bans sexually suggestive images of minors

Social media site Reddit has decided to ban posts that are sexually suggestive or images that are exploiting minors.

After years of criticism and controversy, the site announced that it would ban all subreddits that harp on sexualization of minors.

According to a statement released by the company, “We have changed our policy because interpreting the vague and debated legal guidelines on a case by case basis has become a massive distraction and risks reddit being pulled in to legal quagmire. A necessary change in policy.”

Their decision to do so was in response to criticisms on the site community chat boards over a subreddit.

One user said, “My guees is it’s similar to /r/jailbait, a mix of photos from creeps lurking around on Facebook, from the seedier corners of the Internet, and a few tamer photos that could be seen in /r/pics. It might not be illegal, but it sure as hell is disturbing, and might break the ‘Don’t post personal info’ rule.”

Site administrators shut down “Jailbait” section last year after a 14 year old girl’s photo was posted. The photograph shows explicit and lewd images of the girl.

Reddit also added, “We understand that this might make some of your worried about the slippery slope from banning one specific type of content to banning other types of content. We’re concerned about that too, and do not make this policy change lightly or without careful deliberation. We will tirelessly defend the right to freely share information on reddit in any way we can, even if it is offensive or discusses something that may be illegal.”

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