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Meet ANote Music

We are the European Marketplace for buying and selling songs.

Our job is to connect Investors with Owners of Music Rights.

FUNDING

For Music Players seeking funding

FAIRNESS

For Artists wishing to become financially independent at fair market terms

OPPORTUNITIES

For Investors seeking diversification

About us

ANote is the Institution that connects Investors with Owners of Music Rights. 

Sellers are willing to give up future streams of royalties to collect upfront money. Investors are buying into long-lived financial assets with considerable growth prospects and low correlation with the economic cycle. 

While organizing the T&Cs of each offering, ANote audits financial and legal information and performs a thorough Sanity Check. The Rights from each catalogue are then offered to Investors in an Auction System. If the Auction is successful, shares are delivered to the bidders, and, from then on, traded under a traditional stock-exchange model (bid-ask prices).

From a technical standpoint, ANote acts as the exchange operator/clearing house (connecting, filling orders and distributing dividends).

The Primary Market

Sanity Check

ANote collects Rights from Record Labels, Publishers, Managers and Artists willing to sell, it receives information from past Royalty Flows and performs a Sanity Check

SRCs

SMART ROYALTY CONTRACTS - SRCs - are created

Auction

ANote collects bids from Investors and distributes the shares accordingly

The Secondary Market

ListingS

After a successful Auction, ANote lists the SRCs on the trading platform

Trading

Investors may submit orders to buy or sell Share of Rights (SORs), and keep track of performance in the portfolio section

Index

Investors may bid for bundled SRCs to achieve broad market exposure

The Investment Platform

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