Digital Asset Disclosure

Metaggio Digital Asset Disclosure Policy

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  • Introduction

    • At Metaggio, we recognize the importance of transparency and accountability in our operations, especially concerning our holdings and transactions in digital assets. This Digital Asset Disclosure Policy outlines our approach to disclosing digital assets to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and best practices in financial reporting.
  • Purpose

    • Establish guidelines for the disclosure of digital assets.
    • Ensure accurate and timely reporting of digital asset transactions and holdings.
    • Comply with regulatory requirements and accounting standards.
    • Promote transparency and trust with stakeholders.
  • Scope

    • This policy applies to all digital assets, including but not limited to cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and other blockchain-based assets, held or transacted by Metaggio. It covers all employees, officers, and directors involved in the management, oversight, and reporting of digital assets.
  • Disclosure Requirements

    • Initial Disclosure: Upon acquiring or entering into transactions involving digital assets, Metaggio will disclose such holdings or transactions in our financial statements and reports to stakeholders, in accordance with applicable accounting standards and regulations.
    • Regular Reporting: Metaggio will include detailed information about our digital asset holdings and transactions in our quarterly and annual financial reports. This includes, but is not limited to, the nature and amount of assets held, any liabilities incurred in their acquisition, and significant transactions during the reporting period.
    • Valuation: Digital assets will be valued according to fair market value at the reporting date, using recognized and verifiable sources. The methodology for valuation, including any assumptions or models used, will be disclosed in the financial statements.
    • Risk Disclosure: Metaggio will disclose the specific risks associated with digital assets in our financial reports and to our stakeholders. This includes market volatility, legal and regulatory risks, technological risks, and cybersecurity risks.
    • Compliance and Regulatory Changes: Any changes in the regulatory landscape affecting digital assets will be disclosed, along with the potential impact on Metaggio's operations and financial condition.
  • Responsibility

    • Finance Department: The primary responsibility for monitoring digital asset transactions and ensuring compliance with this policy lies with the Finance Department.
    • Audit and Compliance: Regular audits will be conducted to ensure adherence to this policy and to verify the accuracy of digital asset disclosures. The Audit and Compliance Committee will oversee these audits.
    • Training: Employees involved in the management and reporting of digital assets will receive ongoing training on relevant regulatory changes, market developments, and best practices in digital asset accounting and reporting.
  • Policy Review and Amendments

    • This policy will be reviewed annually or more frequently if significant changes occur in the regulatory environment or Metaggio's digital asset strategy. Amendments will be made to ensure ongoing compliance and alignment with best practices.
  • Contact Information

    • For questions or concerns regarding this policy or its implementation, please contact Help Center of Metaggio at