Eh, not saying that it's impossible to make it as an internet hoe, but it's just like any other risky freelance job, as in like, only a small percentage become successful, and the vast majority struggle to pay their bills. Most internet hoes (the normal ones, not the 1% belle delphines) also have irl jobs as escorts or strippers or have irl sugar daddys.
Online sex work became a huge meme in my country because usd were much more valuable compared to local currency. You just had to know decent english and be attractive, easy enough. A ton, and i mean a TON of girls in my country became internet whores.
All the hoes i know are broke af though. They earned a bit during the first year or so, but nowadays they're all broke, as in like, any regular freelancer makes way more money than them.
Once the new hoe stops being a novelty and once orbiters realize that they will never have an irl relationship with her, they know can get more bang for their buck elsewhere. There's always a hoe willing to do more and charge less, to humiliating extents. Only a very small percentage becomes successful enough to have a stable and sufficient income without having to do stripping/escorting/have a sugar daddy.
I sincerely hope that you're part of that small percentage, but it's not nice to mislead people into thinking that sex work is a goldmine. I know this girl that has been a hoe since 2016 and even though she was trying to lay low it was found out and it went kind of viral, she has had 3 suicide attemps since then.