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On its website, Meta Utopia makes no mention of who owns or operates the firm.

On March 10th, 2022, Meta Utopia’s website domain (“meta-utopia.io”) was privately registered.

The majority of the Meta Utopia advertising I saw was in Spanish and Italian:

Spain (48 percent) is the largest traffic source to Meta Utopia’s website, according to SimilarWeb. Italy is in second place with 36% of the vote, despite a drop in month-to-month visits.

I stumbled saw the following assertion on a since-deleted Latin America FaceBook page advertising Meta Utopia:

This is something I couldn’t directly verify.

Sam Lee was last heard promoting HyperOne, an offshoot of his now three-times-defunct Hyperverse Ponzi scam.

Lee is said to be hiding in Dubai from the authorities. If he is behind Meta Utopia, likely, that it is also run from Dubai.

Singapore is also an option. This photo was brought in by a reader and was stolen from Nicholas Coppola’s Instagram feed:

Take note of the Marina Bay location in Singapore.

Nicholas Coppola, strangely enough, has deactivated his Instagram account in the last two weeks.

Coppola’s participation might explain the first boom in Meta Utopia Italian recruiting, but I could be reading too much into the name.

Coppola’s Facebook profile remains active, suggesting that he is based in Verona, Italy:

He was advertising IM Mastery Academy last year:

Coppola appears to have remade himself as a crypto bro sometime around August 2021. He was supposedly high enough in Meta Utopia in March to party with the founder in Singapore.

It’s unknown whether Coppola is involved in the operation of Meta Utopia.

As always, if an MLM firm isn’t transparent about who runs or controls it, consider twice before joining and/or turning over any money.

Products from Meta Utopia

Meta Utopia has no items or services that may be purchased.

Only Meta Utopia affiliate membership can be promoted by affiliates.

The Compensation Plan of Meta Utopia

Affiliates of Meta Utopia invest tether (USDT) in LAND tokens. This is done in exchange for a 158.59 percent yearly return in LAND tokens.

A uni-level compensation scheme is used to provide referral commissions on invested USDT.

An affiliate is put at the head of a uni-level team, with every individually recruited affiliate placed right behind them (level 1):

Level 1 affiliates who recruit new affiliates are assigned to the original affiliate’s unilevel team’s level 2.

If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on, up to a theoretical limit of an unlimited number of levels.

Payable uni-level team levels are capped to 10 in Meta Utopia.

Across these 10 tiers, referral commissions are given as a proportion of USDT invested as follows:

level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 10% level 2 – 8% level 3 – 5% level 4 – 3% levels 5 to 7 – 2% levels 8 to 10 – 1%

I assume Meta Utopia pays referral commissions in LAND, though this isn’t officially stated.

Become a member of Meta Utopia

Affiliate membership with Meta Utopia looks to be free.

A 100 USDT or higher investment in LAND tokens is required for full participation. It’s worth noting that Meta Utopia charges a 5% transaction fee.

Conclusion of Meta-Utopia

Meta Utopia is a basic multilevel marketing (MLM) crypto Ponzi scheme. A yearly ROI of up to 158.59 percent is marketed under the pretense of staking. I’ve also seen 2% advertised, but I’m not sure if that’s on a daily or weekly basis.

I went with 158.59 percent because that’s what’s on Meta Utopia’s website.

Meta Utopia is wrapped up in “metaverse” bandwagon marketing rather than admitting they’re operating a Ponzi scam.

To the extent that any “metaverse” material is displayed, it is staged footage from the video game Minecraft.

The “metaverse” used by Meta Utopia is only a gimmick to avoid using the term “Ponzi scheme” to describe their fraudulent investment proposition.

LAND is a shittoken worth BEP-20. These may be put up in a matter of minutes for very little money.

Meta Utopia creates LAND on demand and sells it to affiliates. The only way to get money into and out of Meta Utopia is through this and withdrawals.

The LAND token is presently selling at $32.21 on the open market, with the bulk of token holders having bet their tokens in Meta Utopia’s Ponzi scam.

Meta Utopia pays returns and commissions in LAND, which is a fictitious backoffice monopoly currency.

Affiliates will be left holding worthless LAND tokens when the recruitment of new Meta Utopia investors slows down and the Ponzi scheme fails.

There are also signs of this, with Meta Utopia developing Ponzi schemes within Ponzi schemes:

Regardless of who is conducting a Ponzi scheme or where it originates, logic assures that the majority of Ponzi scheme investors will lose money.

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