Pornhub CEO says sex apps are the future of porn

Sex apps are poised to change the way porn is consumed and sold, and that the biggest threat is the porn industry itself, Vice News has learned.

The company’s CEO, Nick Denton, told a group of investors on Thursday that porn was one of the most addictive and addictive products in history and that his company was focused on creating a platform for adult content that would not only help to provide entertainment for its users but also help to change how people interact with porn.

The porn industry has grown rapidly in the last decade, but Denton said his company has focused on disrupting it.

“We want to create a platform that will help change the entertainment and how people use it,” he said.

“We’re creating a brand, and we’re creating an ecosystem.”

The CEO went on to say that he had been in talks with the likes of Apple and Facebook, and had talked to several film studios about partnering with the firm, which has partnered with some of the biggest names in porn, including PornHub, Bumble and XBox Live.

The sex app will allow users to access their personal content by signing up for a free trial, and will also be free to download, said Denton.

He added that the company has been working with the adult industry for years to find the right way to monetise its products.

Denton said that he was personally surprised by how quickly the porn market had gone from a niche niche to a mainstream player.

“I thought that maybe 20 years ago it was going to be something like this.

Now it’s something that everyone can buy and access,” he added.

Dentons remarks came days after the company’s parent company, PornHub Media, announced it had reached a $100 million deal with the Walt Disney Co. for the purchase of the company.

Disney bought the site in 2014 for $400 million.

The deal has raised hopes among some that PornHub will become a viable competitor to the likes a similar service, XBox Play.

XBox is owned by Microsoft, which is also buying the rights to its games and other software.

But PornHub has said it will stay independent.

Dennings comments on the porn space were made in response to questions from the investor group, which included several prominent tech leaders including former Facebook COO Chris Cox.

Denton is also the co-founder of the firm’s parent, Viacom, which bought the parent in 2016.

Cox, who previously worked at the film and TV industry, said that Denton’s comments were “pretty encouraging” for the industry.

“It is encouraging to see the level of commitment that the porn community has shown to PornHub in terms of making a change,” Cox said.

“People are going to have to work hard to see PornHub as a viable alternative to XBox.

I hope that the industry has the confidence in PornHub to make that happen.”