Premiered at last summer's Qwebec Expo in Montreal, the company now offers LCN 3.0 free, in exchange for a revenue sharing agreement with rates starting at 12.5 percent.
"We not only want to make it technically easy to handle," 2much.net Owner and Founder Mark Prince said. "But also financially easy to get. Free, if possible."
Other licenses and service packages, which do not require a revenue sharing agreement, include the Enhanced, Professional and Enterprise editions.
"Webmasters don't have to live off the pickings of the bigger systems that dominate the market currently," Prince said. "They can use their models and traffic and make a lot more money by being independent."
"The standard membership website model is dying," Prince opined. "Customers today want personal interaction which photos and video clips can't deliver, and the prevalence of tube sites has left everyone in an uproar over content theft. Our video chat system is the answer to both."
While originally developed with professionals in mind, the new crop of LCN 3.0 licenses allow nearly anyone to get in on the webcam market or to enter into the online adult business.
"Nobody else has a fully independent webcam site, out-of-the-box system like we do," Prince said. "Saavy business owners and entrepreneurs recognize this and are turning away from the boring old white-label cookie-cutters."
"With LiveCamNetwork, you make your own profit, keep your own customers and performers, and own 100 percent of your content," Prince concluded. "This is what businesspeople want."