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18 May 2023
The Ball Metaverse Index is the first index globally designed to track the performance of the Metaverse. The Index consists of a tiered weight portfolio of globally-listed companies who are actively involved in the Metaverse. This classification includes: i) Compute: companies enabling and supply of computing power to support the Metaverse, ii) Networking: companies providing real-time connections, high bandwidth, and data services to consumers, iii) Virtual Platforms: companies developing and operating immersive digital and often three-dimensional simulations, environments and worlds wherein users and businesses can explore, create, socialize and participate in a wide variety of experiences, iv) Interchange Standards: companies building tools, protocols, formats, services, and engines which serve as actual or de facto standards for interoperability, and enable the creation, operation and ongoing improvements to the Metaverse, v) Payments: The support of digital payment processes and operations, which includes fiat on-ramps to pure-play digital currencies and financial services, vi) Content, Assets, and Identity Services: The design/creation, sale, re-sale, storage, secure protection and financial management of digital assets, such as virtual goods and currencies, as connected to user data and identity, vii) Hardware: The sale and support of physical technologies and devices used to access, interact with or develop the Metaverse.
Fund Fights: Fidelity, LGIM and Franklin Templeton enter the metaverse
Fund Fights is a series where ETF Stream analyses the strengths and weaknesses of similar ETFs. This month, recently-launched metaverse ETFs from Fidelity, Franklin Templeton and Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) go head-to-head