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Amouranth reveals huge amount of money she earns from her ‘sleep streams’

American online celebrity, OnlyFan model, and well-known Twitch streamer Amouranth has turned her bedtime into a good source of money.

Amouranth, whose real name is Kaitlyn Siragusa, joined the podcast The Iced Coffee Hour.

In an interview in the podcast, the popular internet celebrity shared how she earned money throughout the years.

One of the hosts of the podcast asked Amouranth about the “sleep streams” that she mentioned. Amouranth was later asked what is the appeal of these sleep streams and why people tune into that.

“Different models, because for guys, they typically get more money doing it because their chat’s trying to mess with them and so their chat will be like playing react to content like they’ll be doing media share to try to wake the guy up or just make each other laugh,” Amouranth said. She added that girls’ chat environments are quite different.

Amouranth was also asked whether she gets a good night of sleep when she is doing this kind of streaming. “I do. I have this incredible talent to fall asleep anywhere regardless of how much light, how much noise, whatever’s happening, so I can get a pretty good night’s sleep. I actually used to get more sleep doing that…” she replied.
The American internet celebrity explained and answered the questions.

After that, she was asked how much she would make in her “sleep streams.”

“I would say probably, if you count just on Twitch probably, I don’t know like a couple thousand dollars,” the American internet celebrity said. “But if you count like the conversions potentially to OnlyFans, while I’m sleeping because they’re clicking on links and whatever, then maybe like $10,000-$15,000,” she added.
As the hosts were left surprised with the crazy amount of money that Amouranth mentioned, she was then asked why not do the “sleep streams” every night. Amouranth answered and said that her schedule gets complicated.

One of the hosts then asked if there was ever a time that she woke up and forgot that she was streaming, to which Amouranth said is something that has never happened.
“I don’t do it as much. I don’t know, I feel like if you do it too much it would become no longer novelty…” Amouranth said.

Amouranth recently revealed that she has a late-stage ovarian failure. In her tweet, she said that while she would tend not to disclose her medical stuff and current situation, she felt that she needed to give people an explanation also because of her cancelled appearances.

“I tend to keep my medical stuff private —and I would have kept my current situation out of the public eye but I feel like I owe you all an explanation on account of a few cancelled high profile appearances…” Amouranth said in her tweet. “I was informed in March that I have late stage ovarian failure,” she added.


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