The greatest swings in crypto, metaverse, digital rupee, and more in February 23rd’s top cryptocurrency news.

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Cryptocurrencies were trading in the green at the start of today’s trading session on February 23. The total market capitalization of cryptocurrency is now $1.72 trillion, up 2.35 percent from the previous day.Over the last 24 hours, the overall crypto market volume has decreased by 18.37 percent to $82.28 billion.

DeFi’s total volume is currently $11.37 billion, accounting for 13.81 percent of the crypto market’s overall 24-hour volume.The total volume of all stable coins is now $68.57 billion, accounting for 83.34 percent of the cryptocurrency market’s total 24-hour volume.

With a 42.07 percent market share, Bitcoin’s price is currently at Rs 29.92 lakh. There was a rise of 0.06 percent from the previous day.

One author writes that with cryo and blockchain fueling the metaverse, there is a pressing need to reevaluate the immersive world’s architecture and that her own experience of sexual assault in the metaverse is simply a sliver of what is possible.

She points out that online harassment has been a problem since the beginning, replete with hate, violence, aggression, misogyny, and racism. She goes on to say that her experience of verbal and sexual harassment in the metaverse, when three male avatars touched and effectively sexually assaulted her avatar, is just the tip of the iceberg in the digital environment. PRO provides insight into how the naive articulation of commercial banks as middlemen that lend deposits has long been disproved. Rather, banks must be viewed as generators of wealth.When a bank makes a loan, it creates a deposit (money). To put it another way, loans generate deposits. For interbank settlements, however, a bank must have positive balances in its reserve account with the central bank. Theoretically, the central bank will always provide reserves to commercial banks. The RBI would be able to improve the efficiency of monetary policy by immediately adjusting interest rates on deposits and/or lending using the digital rupee.

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