Dominatrix earns $1 million making clients mine cryptocurrency for her

Dominatrix earns $1 million making clients mine cryptocurrency for her

CultureJanuary 15, 2018 By Lindsey Kline

Financial domination is some kinky shit.

Typically, it involves a sexually-frustrated, financially stable man who sends large sums of money to a beautiful woman over the Internet. Apparently, he gets some strange sense of sexual pleasure when his hard-earned income is handed over to an ungrateful hot bitch who calls him “human ATM” or “pay-pig.”

Financial dominatrixes, or fin-dommes, are pretty universally despised in the dominatrix community.

“There’s an army of these bitches now, taking advantage of people’s vulnerabilities,” says Domina Elle, professional dominatrix at Denver’s beloved Mile High Dungeon. “They’re a stain on our industry.”

Sure, even your fellow sex workers can’t stand you — but financial domination has its perks. Fin domme Theodora, for example, says she’s earned over $1 million this past year making her clients mine cryptocurrency for her.

Theodora has been working as a financial dominatrix for eight years, and accepting payment in crypto for four. She’s always been based out of Paris, although her physical location makes little difference to her clients. Many of them never meet her in person.  

In fact, very few are even afforded the privilege of talking to her over the phone. Theodora charges customers $25 a minute to call her and be ignored, and $69 a minute to actually be spoken with.

If you’re a client who can’t afford her rates, there’s a simple payment plan available: join Theodora’s crypto slave farm, mine digital currency from your computer and send it straight to your master’s wallet.

“Mining” cryptocurrency online isn’t easy. It takes up a ton of computer power to verify others’ online transactions, which translates to crazy electricity usage. To mine one bitcoin in California, for example, you can expect to pay $6,200 extra on your utility bill.

Nerds don’t seem to mind the burden, Theodora tells finance web site MarketWatch, “I take a lot of geek clients who like new technology and they were really excited when I taught them how to build a mining rig for me so they could mine 24/7 from their home.”

It’s not exploitation, Theodora says, “it’s a form of psychological domination where money is the tool for the transfer of power. It’s quite common for powerful men like politicians or CEOs to look for a form of sexual release by submitting to a woman — they are in control all the time during the day — and giving up control financially is a more tangible instrument of power for them.”

Remarkably, it seems even sex work — the world’s oldest profession — can conform to the digital age.