October 2020's donation goal has been met. Thank you for your support!
Hello! Thank you for using yiff.party!

We hope you enjoy using it. yiff.party operates on a non-profit basis, and as such, all the server expenses are paid by our users. We don't want to run ads or infect you with crypto miners. We depend on users like you to keep the site running, and to preserve years and terabytes of amazing content—some of which is no longer available from its original creators!

Because of the nature of the site, many users are reluctant to donate. That's OK! yiff.party was created so everyone can enjoy the content we host without any restrictions or paywalls. But if you value the service we provide, and are able to, we—and our users—would be tremendously grateful if you considered making a donation.

Donation progress for October 2020

So far, approximately $400.00 has been raised out of our target of $400.00. We're about 100% of the way there! Please note: this tracker is updated manually—don't worry if your donation doesn't show up immediately!

yiff.party's server costs are due on the last day of each month. So, we need to meet this goal before 31 October!

How to donate?

At this time, yiff.party can only accept donations in numerous cryptocurrencies. Please select a currency below to display the relevant donation address.

Bitcoin (BTC)
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Why can't I donate through other means (eg. PayPal)?

Due to the nature of sites like yiff.party, it is very difficult to find payment processors who will accept clients like us. If we were to accept donations via PayPal, it wouldn't take more than a day for someone to submit an abuse report and get our account frozen. Until a viable way of accepting monetary donations becomes available, cryptocurrency will remain the only option.

There are many resources available on how to purchase crypto. For Bitcoin, check out bitcoin.org's page on buying Bitcoin for a list of methods. For beginner Bitcoin users, yiff.party recommends using an escrow service such as LocalBitcoins.

yiff.party changelogstarlock

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New updates and features that are added to yiff.party will be posted in this thread. If you have feedback on anything posted here, please use the most recent feedback thread to share your thoughts!

We have many things planned over the next few weeks and months, so I hope you will look forward to them.

To start, we have fixed the erroneous tier amounts on the orange "missing posts" banners on creator pages. This had been broken for a while due to changes on Patreon's end, but we have finally resolved it.

To avoid confusion regarding donations, I've adjusted the donation deadline to the end of each month.

404 files are now able to be restored by using the importer (free posts will be restored naturally on a creator's next update check). I have done limited testing on this, but it should work fine. Please let me know if any issues occur.

New importer feature! You can now specify extra creator IDs to check in addition to your pledge list. Useful if you have post access but haven't completed your pledge, or if a creator has blocked you... or if you're a creator and want to add your own posts.

Issues with the update request button have been resolved.

The thread list now has pagination! Coming to more pages soon...

Creator post pagination has been added. You can change the amount of posts to show per page in Settings (gear icon at the top right).


It's been a while, but I'm still alive. I've added support for Patreon "galleries" as well as support for the new Vimeo integration. Please click the proxy link in the embed section of a post to view a Vimeo video (if the embed does not work, the video has been removed by the creator, which there is nothing we can do about).

As always, please report any issues you come across. Thanks for using yiff.party.

The updater and importer are back.

It seems that every month or so, Cloudflare tries to introduce new anti-bot measures for their customers (most recently: https://blog.cloudflare.com/cleaning-up-bad-bots/). Unfortunately it is difficult to debug and circumvent these measures. But we persevered and will continue to tackle these challenges when they arise.

Thanks for sticking with us!

A report function has been added to the board. Please use the [R] button to report anything that doesn't belong here. Thank you.

Happy new year!

yiff.party continues to grow exponentially and as such, our storage requirements do as well. You may have noticed a sudden increase in January's donation goal: this is a one-time charge to purchase additional hard drives. The goal will be lower next month.

Fantia is working out well, and we'll soon be implemented much-requested updates to our Fantia system.

As always, please continue to inform me of any bugs you find.

For the first time, yiff.party is adopting a removal policy. Please see https://yiff.party/removals for information.

Although Primeleap still only has a handful of active creators on its platform, we've added support for it.


The way it works is by doing a pledge-and-run on the last day of a given month. We know Primeleap files have embedded stenography, which is why yiff.party's Primeleap scraper always uses disposable accounts to pledge and dump the files, so there's no risk of information leaks. Of course, Primeleap will ban the throwaway account from its platform as soon as the content is added to yiff.party, but that's not a problem if all imports happen at the end of the billing period (the last day of the month). It means there might be a delay in updates, but it's the best way about it.

Currently, only Dacad has Primeleap content on yiff.party. If you are interested in sponsoring Primeleap imports for another creator and are willing to pay the monthly pledge amount to one of our crypto addresses, please email admin@yiff.party to discuss further.

A "flag creator" button has been added to creator pages. Please use it to inform us of creators violating the exclusions policy.