Indian Finance Minister Warns Against Cryptocurrencies; Experimental Google bots that can take commands: A roundup of the tech market

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Whats new today: India still tops the list of countries with the highest increases; Google is showing off a bot that can help employees fetch soda and chips from break rooms with ease.

Fast-Trach Insights: India’s finance minister has warned investors about cryptocurrency as the country’s ED investigates a number of cryptocurrency exchanges and freezes the assets of some trading platforms.

Indian Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman reportedly warned against cryptocurrency on Saturday at an event organized by the Bharatiya Janata Party Economic Cell. She warned the public and business people that cryptocurrency is not a currency, saying, “The government has already warned. I think we will all have to share our thoughts and move with some caution on this matter.”

The largest investment bank in Brazil, BTG Pactual, has launched a cryptocurrency trading platform

The platform, called Mynt, which has been available since Monday, allows users to trade BTC, ETH, SOL, DOT and ADA with an investment of as little as 100 Brazilian Real, equivalent to $19.42 USD.

The cryptocurrency arm of Chicago-based giant Jump Trading Group TradFi is building a new verification client, a program that helps secure the blockchain. In addition, Jump Crypto will propose “significant upgrades to Solana’s open source platform,” according to a statement released Tuesday.

Alphabet Inc’s Google is integrating the eyes and arms of physical bots with the knowledge and conversational skills of virtual chat programs to help its employees fetch soft drinks and chips from break rooms with ease. Shown to reporters last week, the mechanical waiters embody a breakthrough in artificial intelligence that is paving the way for easy-to-control multi-purpose robots such as those that perform individual, organized tasks such as vacuuming or standing guard.

In the next increase cycle, Indian employees can expect a salary increase of at least 10%, the highest in the Asia Pacific region, according to a salary budget planning report by Willis Towers Watson (WTW). India continues to top the list of countries with high increases. China is expected to see a 6% increase, followed by Hong Kong and Singapore with a 4% increase in 2023.

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