OnlyFans creators from Russia and Belarus have now regained access back to their funds after the platform had locked accounts amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine. According to reports, creators were unable to send direct messages or custom content to fans.

However, shortly after the London-based company imposed the ban it restored access, adding that it is now working with payment processors like Paxum and Cosmo. A spokesperson for OnlyFans told Insider in an interview that things were paused "because we don't want them [creators] to amass money."

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Earlier in February, OnlyFans joined the NFT bandwagon as the platform for adult content now allows creators to put their digital collectibles on profile pictures. The company's head Ami Gan told the media the move is the first step "in exploring the role that NFTs can play on our platform."