I have developed a software that I plan to own through an offshore company, as intellectual property, located somewhere with a favorable corporation tax. Clients using the software will pay a monthly fee and they will strictly be based in the US (and the software will strictly be used in the US). Monthly fees may be paid in cryptocurrency if favorable for me. I plan to either host the software on servers in the US rented by the offshore company or allow the customers to host the software themselves (thus the company is 100% self-sufficient by only owning intellectual property and receive monthly payments). But I was thinking it could perhaps be beneficial to own assets through the offshore company to prove permanent establishment in the US if I form a Delaware LLC for example (virtual office and rented servers etc)? I then plan to receive dividends from the offshore company and thus pay lower taxes in relation to what I would pay if I setup the company in my EU country. Am I correct? The software is also modular-based which means the clients can have addons created (by themselves or hiring coders) that the software then uses. The addons are independent in relation to the offshore company and are in no way directly related. If the clients choose to they can hire me or other private contractors to create these modules/addons for them. The offshore company does not create the addons so the permanent establishment can not be in my residential EU country if I were to be hired as a private contractor to create these addons. Does this sound feasible and like a good setup? Thank you in advance.