Royalty Finance is the first digital asset focused royalties and streaming company globally that generates a passive cashflow income from operating Bitcoin Lightning node to lease digital assets to the network and other blockchain governance protocols.

Royalty Finance Ltd is a limited company registered in the United Kingdom. What sets us apart is that we were born not only digital first but blockchain first too. You can look up RoyaltyFinance.eth and RoyaltyFund.eth ethereum address transactions, digital assets held and even liquidity pools that are open 24/7 online and earning royalties for our shareholders.

Our aspiration is to make Royalty Finance the “go to” Bitcoin and ethereum divident paying company for its shareholders. We believe that our emphasis on minimizing risk, paying dividends and maintaining a strong balance sheet along with high environmental, social and governance standards is attractive to value focused generalist but sophisticated investors.

Royalty Finance takes a disciplined, highly selective and rigorous approach to digital asset royalty acquisitions. We seek quality, advanced staking and liquidity pools across established and emerging blockchain protocols that share exceptional potential for network growth. Our intent is to acquire staking nodes or positions on DeFi projects with leading chains and exceptional development potential, providing our shareholders with unmatched web3 exposure.

A royalty is a legally-binding payment made to an individual for the ongoing use of his or her originally-created assets including copyrighted works, franchises and natural resources.

In most cases, royalties are revenue generators specifically designed to compensate the owners of songs or properties when they license out their assets for another party’s use.

With the rise of decentralised lending and borrowing pools, it is now possible to invest in digital assets that appreciate in value over time as well as generate a cashflow income by leasing.

We aim to pay out 10% dividends before corporate tax, administration costs and management fee.