LiveJasmin is an adult website providing live webcam performances by camgirls, typically featuring nudity and sexual activity ranging from striptease and dirty talk to masturbation with sex toys. Models include individuals and couples. The website was founded in 2001 by György Gattyán, a Hungarian e-commerce entrepreneur. It is one of the largest adult camming websites competing with largest American camming site Chaturbate and largest European camming site BongaCams.
The website was founded by Hungarian entrepreneur György Gattyán for the domestic Hungarian audience in 2001 as jasmin.hu.
In 2003, the website experienced significant growth and eventually it went global with Jasmin Media Group as its holding company.
In 2012, American hip-hop artist Flo Rida released a tribute titled “Hey Jasmin”.
In 2014, LiveJasmin started to advertise releasing a number of TV commercials. Two of their commercials were submitted and declined by CBS to air during the 66th Primetime Emmys, resulting in them circulating around the web as "banned commercials".