Melonpan net worth and earnings

Updated: November 1, 2020

Melonpan is a well-known YouTube channel covering Nonprofits & Activism and has attracted 383 thousand subscribers on the platform. The channel launched in 2006 and is based in Switzerland.

One common question we hear is: What is Melonpan's net worth or how much does Melonpan earn? No one beyond Melonpan actually knows, that said, let's walk through what we know.

What is Melonpan's net worth?

Melonpan has an estimated net worth of about $100 thousand.

Our website's data estimates Melonpan's net worth to be near $100 thousand. Although Melonpan's actual net worth is unknown. NetWorthSpot.com's point of view thinks Melonpan's net worth at $100 thousand, however Melonpan's actual net worth is unclear.

However, some people have hypothesized that Melonpan's net worth might possibly be much higher than that. Considering these additional sources of income, Melonpan may

How much does Melonpan earn?

Melonpan earns an estimated $7.68 thousand a year.

You may be asking: How much does Melonpan earn?

Each month, Melonpan' YouTube channel gets more than 159.92 thousand views a month and more than 5.33 thousand views each day.

YouTube channels that are monetized earn revenue by displaying. YouTubers can earn an average of between $3 to $7 per thousand video views. If Melonpan is within this range, Net Worth Spot estimates that Melonpan earns $640 a month, totalling $7.68 thousand a year.

$7.68 thousand a year may be a low estimate though. If Melonpan earns on the top end, ads could bring in up to $17.27 thousand a year.

YouTubers rarely have one source of income too. Additional revenue sources like sponsorships, affiliate commissions, product sales and speaking gigs may generate much more revenue than ads.

A melonpan (メロンパン, meronpan) (also known as melon pan, melon bun or melon bread) is a type of sweet bun from Japan, that is also popular in Taiwan and China. They are made from an enriched dough covered in a thin layer of crisp cookie dough. Their appearance resembles a melon, such as a rock melon (cantaloupe). They are not traditionally melon flavored, but in recent times it has become popular for manufacturers to add melon to melon bread. Variations exist, including some with a few chocolate chips between the cookie layer and the enriched dough layer, and non-melon versions flavored with caramel, maple syrup, chocolate, or other flavors, sometimes with syrup, whipped or flavored cream, or custard as a filling. In the case of such variations, the name may drop the word "melon" ("maple pan") or may keep it despite the lack of melon flavor ("chocolate melon pan"). The name has a bilingual etymology, since melon is a loan word from English, while pan is from the Portuguese word for bread. In parts of the Kinki, Chūgoku, and Shikoku regions a variation with a radiating line pattern is called "sunrise", and many residents of these regions call even the cross-hatched melon pan "sunrise".Melonpan and pineapple bun from Hong Kong are very similar. By comparison the Japanese style is lighter in weight and taste, slightly drier and has a firmer outer layer (including top cookie crust) which resists flaking unlike its Hong Kong counterpart, which should be treated with care as the top cookie crust tends to flake easily. The Hong Kong version is also moister and is generally soft on the outside and inside and has a stronger butter flavour.