Thoughts on crypto indexes specifically coops MVI (metaverse), DPI (defi pulse index), Data etc. I love the idea of an index as well as the projects included. One concern I have is liquidity and will I be able to sell this token at ath's?
I think almost all Play 2 Earn/gamefi projects are ponzis that will collapse under their own weight but I decided to buy some MVI (Metaverse Index) just to hedge after seeing Axie gain traction, this was right before the big pump. I still hold that opinion but it benefitted me in the short term.
I base my metaverse / gaming investments on what is in the index coop via their MVI token. Its a gem. A well informed source for those looking to invest in this area. The index has a pretty straight forward policy of what they allow in MVI. Worth researching. It's treated me kindly.
MVI and BED by index coop. MVI index is designed to capture the trend of entertainment, sports and business shifting to take place in virtual environments. BED index is meant to track crypto’s top 3 investable assets. Bitcoin, Ether, Defi
I prefer Yield Guild Games (YGG) and Merit Circle (MC): they have a different business model than MVI as they aim for the players. YGG is a guild that brings players together to earn via NFT games. We are the settlers of the Metaverse. Merit circle is creating a DAO that develops opportunities to earn through play for people who want to help build the metaverse
There's also the risk of hacking like CC10, or losing its peg somehow. But it's more of a concern with the indexes I am interested in. Like TCAP or C20, where it's a total crypto index and it's plausible for me to put a large % of my portfolio into. And if I lose it all that will really suck. But with MVI or DPI that's just one sector so I am not going in putting a lot into it.
Have you looked at the liquidity, slippage, and dex fees? Looks like Sushiswap on polygon has MVI. I like token sets and indexes, but those above issues have always kept me away from them. Along with the usual concerns regarding indexes.
If you’re big on metaverse/gaming, instead of spreading yourself thin buying multiple coins, maybe it’s worth getting into an index instead… i did this with Metaverse Index (MVI). Saves the hassle of figuring out which one will actually stick. Im also “too diversified” by this sub’s standards.. spent about 6 months building my ETH and BTC bag, and then i started collecting alts. I’d start really small, like $50 worth, and then see how it performs over the span of 2 months or so while doing extra research.. if i see great traction, then ill slowly add to that particular alt bag.. Before i know it, im knee-deep in dozens of alts though. But at least by allowing time to see the performance, it gives some indication on which alt you believe in best, and pick that as top 5/10. ETH and BTC now makes up 70% of my portfolio. DOT MATIC ADA HBAR and SOL collectively 15%. The remainder 15% is spread across 25 other alts (many of them are the same as your alt portfolio, with some others thrown in as well) 🙈
If you're talking Meta tokens you may as well mention MVI. It's an index for most higher cap meta blockhains, taking the guesswork out of which options to choose (and also eliminating the extra gas fees that covers with buying each individually). To prove I'm not shilling I'll add that I think anything meta is so high risk it's not worth investing in, but if you're a n00b then mvi could be a good way to hedge your investments.
I went into MVI because I somewhat believe theres a huge possibility that metaverse might be one of the big deals of 2025, but not passionate enough about it to research and follow news in that space. It’s a good way to test the water, id say..
I had it, thought it was solid. One thing that concerned me was a similar index token from Indexed Finance got hacked via a flash loan exploit, and so I wound up getting out since MVI was peaking in that moment anyway. I think in the future, I'd just grab individual tokens so I'm not exposed to additional smart contract risks.
PieDAO has similar index products, but they are directly redeemable for the underlying assets, so you could sell the underlying tokens individually if needed, the PLAY pie is analogous to MVI. The standards for Index Coop's indexes include liquidity requirements IIRC, I wouldn't worry about it personally, but there are other options.
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I use the dharma app, if you buy with polygon (MATIC)- you avoid ETH gas fees. To check out dharma, just go to dharma.io. You can buy elsewhere. I’m holding MVI which is a metaverse index and MATIC leveraged index. The main index is INDEX. https://www.indexcoop.com
I don't know, for me the metaverse coins seems overrated at the moment, but normally doing the opposite of what I'm feeling (e.g. selling my mana for 0.72 before the pump) is the right thing so u should buy coins 😉 I also heard that there is a metaverse index MVI u can invest, maybe this could be a good thing of u believe in the future of metaverse but don't want to invest in just one or two coins
1. Klima staking + [market.xyz](https://market.xyz) lending against to restake 2. ETH/IMX LP + farming 3. wETH/DATA LP + farming 4. wETH/DPI LP + farming 5. wETH/MVI LP + farming 6. SOS/ETH LP + farming (not sure if this is long term) 7. Using presearch 8. Using brave on all computers + mobile
I’m thankful for investing in MATIC this year because Polygon has saved me from gas fees woop woop and I’m hopeful for the Indexcoop indexes ie MVI, DPI, DATA because they offer really good diversification for those sectors and I think most people don’t really know about them yet 😄
Of these I would go ETH, BTC, ALGO, SOL, and DOT I LOVE MATIC and also like LUNA but I wonder if their prices have gone up a little too much recently and are due for a correction I like the idea of SAND and ENJ too but you could actually get those in one investment vehicle by investing in something like the Metaverse Index Fund (MVI) on a platform like Zerion
Altura, derace, polker, highStreet and epik prime. Also will be buying cryptoplanes (cpan) Blockchain gaming is the future these are altcoins with real utility that people will use even in the bear market. They are the most decoupled from Bitcoin as far as I know as well. These are lower caps but I expect big roi over time. Gaming and metaverse. Also MVI/weth is a metaverse index very bullish on that will be scooping that on this dip any day now. Peace.
I'd recommend going for MVI, it's an index token that holds various metaverse tokens in the background and does regular rebalancing to include new projects. It's basically an ETF equivalent for metaverse crypto, similar to what DPI is for defi.
I'm \~65% ETH, I'll buy BTC back jan/feb/mar (I think ETH will outgrow BTC eventually, but in this particular cycle I just think I can get some % points more this way). I have some spare money for dips/ stability, betting the rest on MVI, DOT, MATIC, etc. investments I think are pretty solid. Also, I would love for long-term recomendations!
Gaming is only getting bigger and social media is too. VR is also expanding, and combining all those factors somehow results what we call the Metaverse. The term and a lot of ideas behind it are a bit maximalist though. Maybe this stuff will compliment modern reality in some way, maybe it doesn't and maybe it's the downfall of humanity. I do spend a lot of my free time on gaming, but this stuff seems a bit bizzare, but I wouldn't put it past humanity. In the end, I'm gonna try making a few bucks off it. Already bought into MVI with 5% of my portfolio.
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I would like to get exposure to metaverse coins but reading things such as this has made me sell Decentraland (after a lucky 4-5x) and now want to avoid the sandbox. I am wondering if there are other metaverse related coins that are not inflated like this. I am also wondering if the Metaverse Index Coin (MVI) is a good idea to buy or if it has so much exposure to inflated coins like the ones you mention that it can be a bad investment?
Love the Metaverse index (MVI). It’s an ETF that gives you exposure to all of the leading metaverse coins. Check out the Index Co-op (https://www.indexcoop.com), they’ve got a few other forward looking crypto ETFs like the DEfi Pulse Index (DPI), the Bankless Bed Index (BED) and the Data Economy Index (DATA)
This whole metaverse thing sounds crazy, but it wouldn't surprise me if this stuff takes off. There's more interesting tech within crypto for me, and I don't want to spend too much time looking into metaverse related stuff, so I just bought into Metaverse Index (MVI) with about 5% of my portfolio.
MVI / Metaverse index is cool. I bought in at $52 and it’s soared. I think as long as crypto keeps going along with NFTs, gaming etc, that thing will go along with it. Only thing that sucks are the gas fees to buy / sell and I personally got confused that you have to “sell” twice, once to authorize and then once to actually sell.
If you're interested in investing in the space, you could check out MVI, which is an ETF style token for metaverse coins, similar to DPI is for defi. It doesn't hold any value by itself, you can mint it yourself and would be buying a list of meta cryptos based on their market cap in the background.
If you believe in the projects from the index then invest and hold. I personally think nfts and the metaverse have a permanent place in the future and hold quite a bit of MVI. Also there's no guarantee of a bear market next year just as there's no guarantee of a bull market.