If swamp life is for you, then do we have some exciting news. Music technology platform Royalty Exchange is offering an opportunity to own a revenue-generating piece of the music from Academy Award-winning Shrek, the second highest grossing animated series of all time.
With the listed purchase price set at $2.3M, the buyer will take part in earnings anytime the films air on TV, are streamed online, when this music is streamed in the films’ soundtracks, along with any time the song plays on Shrek’s theme park rides. Over the last 12 months, Shrek films aired more frequently on cable networks including TBS, Nickelodeon, TNT, Bravo and Paramount Networks in 2020. As a result, earnings topped $235,003 in 2020 and have consistently grown 33% year-over-year.
View the auction here: https://auctions.royaltyexchange.com/orderbook/asset-detail/4050/
About Royalty Exchange:Royalty Exchange is the world’s largest platform for buying and selling royalty assets of any type, mostly music, where royalty owners can sell their future payments to investors as alternative assets. The company’s marketplace boasts over $95 million in deals and a community of over 30,000 investors looking for royalty-based assets. All types of assets can be monetized and invested in including music royalties, film royalties, and tax credits, patent and intellectual property royalties, trade secret royalties, renewable energy land leases, technology licensing royalties, book publishing royalties, franchise royalties, copyright royalties and agriculture royalties.
Royalty Exchange uses the power of markets to unlock the value of ideas that enrich the human experience. They operate the world’s oldest and largest marketplace for buying and selling royalties, bringing together music creators and private investors with transparency and fairness. Creators raise money without going into debt or giving up their rights. Investors access high-yield, uncorrelated royalty opportunities. The result is a solution for all creators and investors, not just the connected few.