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Posted by: aentoken Category: News, Videos Tags: , , , , , , , , , , Comments: 0 Post Date: September 13, 2018

Networking with Team Spankmasters

The last couple of weeks we had a pretty crazy schedule: team meetings, partner meetings, porn events, blockchain events, video shoots, preparing the AEN bounty campaign, newspaper interviews… well, you get the point 🙂 But everything was more then worth it in our opinion: we have met some very interesting people and companies both good for the AEN project and our regular business.

Webmaster Access Amsterdam

Last weekend Team AEN was present at the Webmaster Access in Amsterdam. The largest adult entertainment event in Europe where affiliates, talent, studios and producers come together to showcase their products and discuss business development, traffic acquisition, technology and marketing opportunities. All “big boys” from the porn industry were present, including: Pornhub, AVN, Team Centro, GFY, Pussycash, MyDirtyHobby, Traffic Junky, Adult Force, AWE, Live Jasmin and many others.

More pictures of the WMA 2018 event can be found here

Meetup with Team Spankmasters

We were, of course, there to promote the AEN project, to network and – at the same time – to do some regular business as well, including an important appointment with our friends from Spankmasters: one of the largest porn companies in the world. They are best known from their big porn tube sites such as:

A gigantic network that attracts over 200 million visitors every month. In addition, they manage a dozen other large platforms and companies such as:

Although they are not an official partner of AEN (yet), we have very good contact with them and are currently looking into a possible collaboration. Important, because this could potentially become a mega deal a la “Verge – Pornhub”. We will of course keep you informed of all progress in this area.

Below a photo with Spankmaster manager Konstantin:

Video impression of the Webmaster Access 2018 event

 

 

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