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The 4 most promising Metaverse crypto coins of 2022  



Metaverse crypto coins

Many of today’s most commonly used tools and technologies, such as mobile phones, the cloud, or the internet itself, all started off as either a science fiction concept, or something seemingly useless to the average person, dismissed as a trend. Those supposed trends are the Metaverse, cryptocurrency, NFTs, and metaverse crypto coins.  

An excellent way to secure your wealth and grow it over time is to jump on said bandwagon early on, and that is what many are hoping to do today with metaverse crypto and NFT assets, which are now at the heart of their development stage. 

Ark Invest’s Cathy Wood estimated that the Metaverse would one day collectively be worth trillions.  

You or an elder from your family may have rued the day that they neglected to invest in a company stock that was worth pennies at the time that would have made them millionaires today. With such horror stories in mind, many do not want to repeat the mistakes of the past.

You, of course, do not want to miss out, so here are all the most promising Metaverse crypto coins to watch in 2022.   

No doubt there will be new metaverse tokens.   

Axie Infinity  

One of 2021’s best-performing meta coins, Axie Infinity (AXS), has already seen astronomical gains of over 24,000% in the year 2021, carving out its place as a leading NFT collecting play-to-earn game in the metaverse.   

Players can buy, breed, train, collect, and sell Axies, cute little NFT creatures, and earn rewards and tokens that can be traded outside of the game.  

This bridging of the virtual and the physical is a staple of the metaverse concept.  


With a great degree of customizability and simple and effective tools for NFT creation, Sandbox is precisely what it says on the tin. A sizeable open blockchain-powered world of virtual land and gaming.  

The in-game currency is SAND, and like others on the metaverse coin list, it can be earned, bought, sold, and traded within and outside the game. It is not fully released as of the writing of this article, but it is one of the most promising Metaverse games out there, partnering with platforms like OpenSea, as well as The Walking Dead, and Snoop Dogg himself.


A trendsetter in virtual real-estate, a wholly new concept, Decentraland can be entered as a guest and played for free or linked to your crypto wallet to engage in buying, selling, and creation of digital assets and NFTs, which include vehicle, items, and yes, land using in-game tools.  

Creators can buy a plot of land and use it for pretty much anything. Casinos, concerts, arenas – yes, there is combat – dungeon delving and monster slaying. The thing that decentraland gets right is that it aims to be fun first and profitable later. Profitable as a result of being fun at least, which is a great business model, and so one might do well to invest in it and its in-game token, Mana.  

Star Atlas  

If you like Eve online, you’ll love this. A massive open space world where players can look forward to AAA quality gameplay goodness complete with space battles and a large-scale player-driven economy. With the added benefit of trading unique in-game items and currencies. Powered by Unreal engine five and Solana, Star Atlas has generated quite a buzz in both the cryptocurrency and gaming community as a game that brings true value in the form of fun and experience. Not just another cookie clicker. 

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Coinbase adds tax center to platforms to report crypto taxes



Famous cryptocurrency exchange, Coinbase, uncovered plans to add its latest tax center on its platforms to assist U.S.-based customers in figuring out how much taxes they owe the IRS from their cryptocurrency transactions.

When tax day comes, the section will assemble every transaction made and put them all together into one space to facilitate their taxes.

While we might consider some of the leading cryptocurrencies on the market, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, with the same monetary value as fiat money, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) considers these decentralized assets as property with monetary value according to the federal agency’s FAQ.

Meaning, to the IRS, any type of cryptocurrency transaction will be considered as capital gains and losses and will be reported as such. In parallel, this also means keeping a record of the asset’s value when bought and sold throughout time.

Coinbase perceives that its new section will reveal “a personalized summary of [a customer’s] taxable activity on Coinbase, broken out over time by realized gains/losses and miscellaneous income.”

Then, this data can be shared with an accountant specializing in cryptocurrency and taxes or can even be implemented into tax software, such as TurboTax. Coinbase also accentuated that in case users were transferring crypto to external exchanges, wallets, or other decentralized finance (DeFi) services, users will also be able to receive tax reports covering an estimate of 3,000 transactions with CoinTracker, for free.

Customers can access the cryptocurrency exchange’s tax section from their account’s profile icon at the top right-hand corner of the interface. Once the “Taxes” shows on the menu item, users can access it and receive reports.

As for the application, users can access the Taxes section from the “Profile & Settings” menu – accessed from the top left of the application’s interface. Moreover, Coinbase is in the works to deliver written guidelines and assistance videos in the upcoming weeks to elaborate on how cryptocurrency and digital assets taxes works.

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Swiss National Bank against issuing retail central bank digital currency



The Swiss National Bank does not see any overall benefit from issuing a central bank digital currency (CBDC) to be used by the general public and used in day to day transactions, governing board member Andrea Maechler said on Tuesday.

“We believe the risks outweigh the benefits,” Maechler told a financial conference held in Frankfurt, saying a retail CBDC meant central banks taking on the risks carried by the private sector and increased the risk of bank runs.

There also needed to be a balance struck between safeguarding privacy and the potential misuse of retail CBDCs in criminal activity, Maechler said.

Financial inclusion was also not a sufficient argument for CBDCs in Switzerland, Maechler said, with almost 100% of the country’s working population having access to bank accounts, while cash was still widely used.

“This does not mean the SNB is not interested in CBDC, but our focus is to look at the role that wholesale CBDCs could play,” Maechler said, referring to their use in transactions between financial institutions like banks.

The SNB last week said it has successfully used digital currency to settle transactions involving five commercial banks, and has also looked into how the technology can be used to improve cross-border payments..

Still, Maechler remained cautious.

“None of these projects are an indication that the SNB is ready to issue a wholesale CBDC,” she said.

ZURICH (Reuters)

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Singapore bank issues guidelines to discourage crypto trading by public



The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Monday issued guidelines that limit cryptocurrency trading service providers from promoting their services to the general public, as part of a bid to shield retail investors from potential risks.

Singapore is a popular location for cryptocurrency companies due to a comparatively clear regulatory and operating environment and is among the forerunners globally in developing a formal licensing framework.

But the city-state’s authorities have repeatedly warned that trading in digital payment tokens (DPT), or cryptocurrency, is highly risky and not suitable for the general public, as they are subject to sharp speculative swings.

The new guidelines clarify the expectations of MAS that companies should not engage in marketing or advertising of DPT services in public areas in Singapore or through the engagement of third parties, such as social media influencers, to promote DPT services to the general public.

They can only market or advertise on their own corporate websites, mobile applications or official social media accounts.

“MAS strongly encourages the development of blockchain technology and innovative application of crypto tokens in value-adding use cases,” Loo Siew Yee, MAS Assistant Managing Director (Policy, Payments and Financial Crime), said in a statement.

“But the trading of cryptocurrencies is highly risky and not suitable for the general public. DPT service providers should therefore not portray the trading of DPTs in a manner that trivialises the high risks of trading in DPTs, nor engage in marketing activities that target the general public.”


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