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.
So far, approximately $0.00 has been raised out of our target of $250.00. We're about 0% 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 30 April!
At this time, yiff.party can only accept donations in numerous cryptocurrencies. Please select a currency below to display the relevant donation address.
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.
Page removal policy
As an archive, yiff.party does not take removing content lightly. While we want to preserve as much content as possible, we recognize that some creators may find it distressing to find yiff.party archiving real-life photos or other sensitive content after they have left Patreon or toned down their online presence.
For this reason, yiff.party has adopted a removal policy that vows to remove content from creators who meet all of the following conditions:
- Must no longer be creating on Patreon or any other pay-to-view platforms; clip sites and other commercial ventures included
- An exception to this rule may apply if the type of content being created has changed significantly, for example, a creator who is now primarily creating digital art, or music. In such a case, yiff.party will remove any old content in line with the rest of these conditions
- Must no longer be accepting payment for any such content on any platform
- Must have primarily created content that can be considered "sensitive", eg. model photos, and pornography
- Please note that photography alone is NOT considered sensitive. Sensitive would be content you'd be embarrassed for your boss or your family to see.
If you believe you are eligible for removal from yiff.party, please contact email@example.com with the URL to your yiff.party page, as well as a way to prove your identity. If you have your email address listed anywhere publicly, that would suffice. Removal requests sent to firstname.lastname@example.org that do not meet the above conditions will be ignored.
If your request is accepted, yiff.party will notify you via email and disable access to your yiff.party page. However, please note it may take up to several days for direct file URLs to be purged from the server's cache.
Please be aware that if you are removed from yiff.party and later return to creating content described above, you may be removed from yiff.party's creator blacklist, and future requests for removal may not be honored.
yiff.party retains the right to approve or deny any removal request for any reason. As this policy is still new, we may update it based on feedback we receive.
Personal content in Shared Files
Creators must understand that the content found in the Shared Files tab is uploaded independently by our users. Its purpose is to house content found on non-Patreon platforms, however, it is not a venue for personal creator content, such as personal indecent photos or revenge porn. If a creator becomes aware of such content being distributed in this way, they may contact email@example.com with details.