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FetMeOver
12-09-2013, 05:27 PM
Hi Everyone,


My name is Master Fet and my brother, Gimp Man, and I have created a bitcoin adult fetish clip store called that launched 2 weeks ago. We have been working on this site full time for the past 8 1/2 months to create the best possible clip store on the web. As a promotional offer, we will be paying our sellers 100% commission (gross revenue) from now until March 1st, 2014, and 80% commission after that. Because we use Bitcoins, our performs get paid 10 minutes after a sale takes place, with no chargebacks, and no minimum amount required for payout. You will get paid in bitcoins, and will be able to instantly convert your bitcoins to a real-world currency (dollars) using online-hosted bitcoin wallets which we explain on our site.


FetMeOver has a plethora of features. We have custom coded a public request system where you can link your uploaded clips to customer requests, as well to get a feel for what the market demands. There is also a chat/mail system where you can keep in contact with your customers or other sellers instead of giving our your email address and managing 100 different email threads (can allow/block people too!) You also get a custom sub-domain for each studio create (studioname.fetmeover.com). There are performer collaboration tools, a Facebook-esque newsfeed for both sellers and customers, sales dashboard, unlimited photo/video upload, and much more.


We also allow a variety of different fetishes that other sites (clips4sale, kinkbomb, etc) do NOT allow, . Bitcoin enables us to decide what we can and cannot allow on our website, not credit card executives.


Please check out our site and if interested, . We appreciate any and all constructive feedback you have and can answer any questions.


Thank you!
-The FetMeOver Team

Joe Redban
12-12-2013, 07:00 PM
100% commission is awesome and I hope you guys make it. The only problem I see is that bitcoin-only sites usually have low traffic (though Bitcoin is definitely growing in popularity). That, and while I am a BTC user myself and support the currency, a sizeable demographic of the "Bitcoin culture" if you will, is very pro-piracy. That means higher risk for us as the models, and the % of paying customers is certainly going to be lower. The plus side is that, as with almost anything bitcoin-related, there are going to be less rules, so you do have more freedom to pursue more taboo fetishes if you wish. The fees are also waaaaaaay lower than any other payment method (aside from check, of course), and the idea of being paid in under an hour, anytime is pretty darn good. I could also see the appeal of this site by some who want to get away with, ahem, less than legal actions involving taxes since payment is anonymous. I'm not condoning this practice, just pointing out that it is possible.

Again, I do hope your site is able to take off. If I don't hear any horror stories and see that you are getting some momentum in traffic, I may even join myself. But in the meantime, I will be waiting on the sidelines to see what happens.

FetMeOver
12-12-2013, 08:14 PM
100% commission is awesome and I hope you guys make it. The only problem I see is that bitcoin-only sites usually have low traffic (though Bitcoin is definitely growing in popularity). That, and while I am a BTC user myself and support the currency, a sizeable demographic of the "Bitcoin culture" if you will, is very pro-piracy. That means higher risk for us as the models, and the % of paying customers is certainly going to be lower. The plus side is that, as with almost anything bitcoin-related, there are going to be less rules, so you do have more freedom to pursue more taboo fetishes if you wish. The fees are also waaaaaaay lower than any other payment method (aside from check, of course), and the idea of being paid in under an hour, anytime is pretty darn good. I could also see the appeal of this site by some who want to get away with, ahem, less than legal actions involving taxes since payment is anonymous. I'm not condoning this practice, just pointing out that it is possible.

Again, I do hope your site is able to take off. If I don't hear any horror stories and see that you are getting some momentum in traffic, I may even join myself. But in the meantime, I will be waiting on the sidelines to see what happens.

Hi Joe, thank you for your constructive post. You are absolutely right, bitcoin-only sites tend to have lower traffic amounts compared to businesses that accept traditional methods of payment. There is also the stigma that bitcoin users are software pirates, drug traffickers, terrorists, hackers, assassins, money launderers, etc. Though these claims are generalized, they do represent a subset of the bitcoin user population. It pains me to see such a promising technology become mutilated by the business practices of certain early adopters. I want the world to view bitcoin as a viable currency for goods and services and begin to use it.

Though maybe fetish porn isn't the best product to push mainstream acceptance of bitcoin, it's a start. Someone had to do it, why not us? The only way bitcoin will become mainstream is if people like you and I start accepting bitcoin. I'd rather not pay a credit card company 15% fees in fees; I'd rather pass the savings on to the people who actually worked for it. If someone thinks they can make a buck wearing an adult diaper or hypnotizing their audience, I'd rather shake their hands and become business partners with them than say "Sorry, we can't accept your business, VISA & MC don't like your fetish".

I don't know about you, but I think it is hard to make a buck in this business; the market is saturated with free content. The videos that sell are the ones that are different, shocking, kinky, mysterious, etc. If MasterCard & Visa can so easily ban a fetish and not even have to explain the reason behind it, what's to stop them from banning something else? Nothing! I believe we allow them too much freedom to control the marketplace.

And so my tirade comes to an end. Just so you know, for whatever it's worth, we have had 2,504 unique visitors from 86 different countries come visit our site in our first 3 weeks (and 2 days). We DO send out 1099's to all content sellers that make over $600 in a tax year, and yes, we have had a sale...just one, but it was a sale. The seller got their commission sent to them (100%) instantly. It was a long fought battle to get here, and there are a lot more battles ahead, but it has all been worth it.

Joe, I hope you come out from the sidelines and join us, if not we hope to see you in the future.

Joe Redban
12-13-2013, 03:59 AM
A real man will admit when he is wrong, and after reading your post and rereading mine, I think I was wrong when describing the bitcoin culture. You're right, these are the type of generalizations that the media portrays, but at this stage as bitcoin becomes more and more mainstream, it's not exactly legal base represents a smaller and smaller percentage of BTC users. There are some pretty serious international retailers starting to accept BTC, as well as smaller sites adding it as an additional payment option. I would also agree that if we want it to be accepted by the average person, we need to start somewhere. Freedom to spend our own hard earned money how we see fit is also very important to me (as is freedom in general, something we seem to be losing steadily here in America). I did not realize that Visa and MC set such restrictions, but now that I am aware, I am glad to hear that you are going out of your way to allow what they do not to give people the freedom of choice. As far as safety is concerned, I thought about it for a while, and it dawned on me that in 5 years of using BTC me and my other BTC-user friends have never been scammed ever. In half a decade.

So while I still am not terribly optimistic as far as traffic is concerned, once I get my camcorder and filming space set up, I am willing to give your site a shot. I wish you the best in expanding your business.

FetMeOver
12-13-2013, 03:20 PM
Joe, we would be more than happy to have you on our site and look forward to seeing you there. I understand traffic is always a concern for content producers, but if it is any consolation, we had yet another sale within the last 24 hours :) . All websites have humble beginnings and we are no exception. However, our rate of traffic growth is looking very promising.

Best wishes,
-The FetMeOver Team