Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and representatives of the ruling ruling AK Party met earlier this week to discuss the situation, and the president requested a comprehensive study of the case.
Erdogan is said to have urged the Aq party to take a closer look at cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrencies, as well as how to deal with them, according to the Daily Sabah.
At Tuesday’s meeting, the party leaders were instructed to discuss the phenomenon, with significant implications for the future. The economic aspects of the metaverse, cryptocurrencies and social networks will most likely be discussed in a forum organized by the ruling party.
In Turkey, the meta-verse gets attention. According to some reports, thousands of virtual rooms in Turkey, most of which are located in the historic former capital of Istanbul, have already been purchased on the metaverse gaming platforms.
As the Cointelegraph reported, the Turkish government met recently in the metaverse to discuss cryptocurrency legislation. Then the leader of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, Mustafa Ilitash, said: “I believe that meetings based on the metaverse will quickly improve and become an integral part of our lives.”
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While the Turkish government is open to blockchain technology, the metaverse and the state digital currency, President Erdogan is known for his strong opposition to cryptocurrencies. Last year, during a public question and answer, he “declared war” on cryptocurrencies, meaning the country is not interested in adopting them.