Website promises $250,000 to out politicians who voted for sex trafficking bill

Adult entertainment website Spankchain wants sex workers to expose politicians who have used their services.

Could there be a sex scandal brewing in Washington soon? One adult entertainment website is offering plenty of incentive…

Spankchain, which describes itself as a "cryptoeconomic powered adult entertainment ecosystem" is offering $25,000 to the first 10 sex workers who come forward with evidence that their services were used by politicians who voted for the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA). Contrary to the bill's stated intention, many in the sex worker community believe the bill will put them more in danger and violate their First Amendment rights. Craigslist has already removed their personals listings and Reddit has banned several "subreddits" about hook-ups.