Editorial Policies

Metaverse Post Mission

Metaverse Post’s mission is to chronicle the metaverse movement and create a forum for critical discussions among those building a more productive and inclusive digital economy.

We maintain principles of fairness, accuracy, objectivity, and responsible reporting. We uphold principles of excellence in reporting original news and in reviewing and corroborating information from other sources. 

The editorial team will cover news with objectivity and integrity, without the influence of the publisher or its owners and investors. Metaverse Post does not accept payment in return for news articles, features, or product reviews. 

We are not affiliated with our parent company and do not receive privileged or actionable information from them.

Editorial Transparency

All editorial team members and writers for Metaverse Post disclose investments and activities associated with digital currency.

The following FAQ is intended to provide additional clarity on Metaverse Post, its leadership, and the investments of its owners.

Included are answers to common questions about the activities of Metaverse Post and its owners with respect to the digital currency and blockchain-based asset markets.

Who Owns Metaverse Post?

Metaverse Post is a subsidiary of Cryptomeria Capital.

Company number: 202131912H
Street: 390 ORCHARD ROAD
[email protected]

What is the Relationship Between Cryptomeria Capital and Metaverse Post?

Metaverse Post is a subsidiary of Cryptomeria Capital but operates as an independent entity.

Metaverse Post and CC conduct their businesses from separate offices, and no members of CC have oversight or influence on editorial operations.

When reporting on CC, its subsidiaries, or any firms in which C has an ownership stake, Metaverse Post adds a disclosure to its reports.

CC currently does not publicly disclose its digital currency investment strategy, nor is the Metaverse Post editorial team privy to details regarding CC’s digital currency holdings. To the extent those holdings become publicly available, we will add disclosures to our articles that refer to investments in whatever specific digital currencies are held by DCG.

Do Metaverse Post Employees Own or Trade Digital Currencies?

Metaverse Post employees are not restricted from owning or investing in digital currencies or blockchain-based projects as investments.

However, Metaverse Post has disclosure guidelines that all contributors must follow when reporting on digital currencies or tokens in which they are invested.


  • Contributors who write about projects or startups in which they have invested must disclose those investments in their user bios, which can be accessed freely by clicking on their byline.
  • Metaverse Post contributors may use, purchase or handle digital currencies in conjunction with researching or reporting on a story. Any funds generated in the process of researching an article must be disclosed at the bottom of that article.
  • Metaverse Post contributors who own digital currencies or tokens in material amounts (defined as more than $500) are required to disclose this information in their user bios.

Does Metaverse Post Endorse Any Digital Currencies?

Metaverse Post does not take positions on the economic value of any given digital currency or blockchain project.

How Does Metaverse Post Make Money?

Metaverse Post earns money through events, research, and advertising.

The company does not trade or invest in digital currency markets. The company does not own or hold positions in any digital currencies, nor is it acting in any digital currency markets.

Metaverse Post accepts payment in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies across its product lines. However, we work with bitcoin payment processors to instantly convert those funds to US dollars.

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