Ryan Pace Shows Creators How To Sell Into A Trillion Dollar Industry (And It's Not In Adult Services)
Ryan Pace read the recent news about Leonid Radvinsky's OnlyFans income with great interest. Radvinsky is the Ukrainian-American 40-year-old owner of OnlyFans, whose pre-tax profits rose by 615% to $500m USD in the 12 months to September 2021. Reports suggest that Radvinsky has been paying himself as much as $45m a month in dividend payments.
Ryan Pace suspects that the creator industry goes well beyond adult services
There are lots of normal people creating content in the real world and Ryan Pace thinks the OnlyFans model is primed for investment communities, like Wall Street Bets.
His recent startup, heavily funded by investors excited by its future prospects, can see the immediate appeal of Involio. The startup allows investors to connect with amazing investors to follow and learn from. Communities can be created on the platform and users can connect with friends to share investment advice.
Like OnlyFans, investors can offer exclusive content or offer classes. Fans are willing to pay more for exclusive content that they can't find anywhere else. In time the community will evolve and adapt its offerings to whatever the users request most.
Involio proves Ryan Pace is the voice of Gen Z investment.
Pace has raised a seed round for Involio at a $13.5 million dollar valuation, after proving his ability to make money at school building up a 6 figure crypto portfolio from the ground up.
Having experienced Telegram and Discord groups firsthand, and watching the GameStop saga evolve on Wall Street Bets, Involio was a logical next step. Pace is no stranger to entrepreneurship, having received 1 on 1 coaching sessions with the co-founder of Netflix prior to the launch of Involio.
Will Involio transform financial markets? Analysts are watching the space closely
Involio plans to help investors and traders access and share real-time information and ideas. Although it is a relatively new idea, the platform will allow verified creators to monetize their content. Creators can sell their investment strategy in the form of a course tied to their investment portfolio.
Even in its beta stage, Involio has already won the attention of traders wanting to monetize their knowledge and investors wanting to fund the investment social services platform. Involio is already set to be a valuable resource for information and ideas.
Overall, Involio seems to be an innovative digital space for investors who are willing to participate in the discovery process of finding creators with compelling investment ideas. The platform will offer news feeds, search tools and trending content.
The platform is not just about meme stocks and short selling. Users will interact with investors of all backgrounds, improving their knowledge and skills by learning from creators with expertise in various asset classes, like stocks, crypto, real estate, commodities and FX.
And like OnlyFans, the cream will rise to the top. Pace believes the top creators will make tens of millions in earnings a year, and his platform might grow to become even bigger than the OnlyFans itself.