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Meet the Dominatrix Who Makes Men Mine Bitcoin for Her – And is Now Worth Over $1 Million

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With the value of bitcoin skyrocketing over the past year, many people wish they had secured some of the cryptocurrency sooner. But one woman has managed to get her hands on a significant sum, without mining it herself. The woman, who goes by Theodora, is a financial dominatrix and receives funds from clients, some she’s never met in person.

People who solicit services from a financial dominatrix typically derive sexual pleasure from providing the person with money and gifts. The value of the transactions can vary from small sums, which are usually referred to as “tributes,” to substantial amounts of money, at times breaking six figures.

Some clients even make arrangements to become “human ATMs,” giving the dominatrix complete control over their bank accounts.

Theodora, describing the nature of the arrangements, said, “It’s a form of psychological domination where money is the tool for the transfer of power.”

She continued, “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.”

According to MarketWatch, Theodora is based in Paris, France, but has clients from a range of other countries, including the US and UK.

In total, she’s been a dominatrix for eight years and has accepted cryptocurrency for the last four.

“A lot of geek clients were really excited when I taught them how to build a mining rig for me, so they could mine 24/7 from their home,” said Theodora.

As the value of bitcoin increased, so did Theodora’s profits. Since cryptocurrencies began taking off, her stash is valued at well over $1 million.

She estimates she brings in between $7,000 and $10,000 a month in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, as well as an additional $10,000 for other services, like video “femdom hypnosis” sessions, financial domination videos, and cash donations from clients.

While some may be concerned about the nature of these arrangements, Debra Kaplan, a financial therapist, states that it operates as a form of release for many participants, particularly men working in high-powered positions.

“There are people who feel it’s an exploitative relationship,” said Kaplan, “But ask most submissives if it’s exploitative and they will say it is not.”

“They are willingly engaging in this,” Kaplan added.