Due to international sanctions against Russia, the Ruble has tumbled in value-so far; in fact, it's now worth less than a Robux. That's awful news for the Ruble because the Robux is a video game currency that's most meaningful only to children. Roblox, also known as 'that game your kid's play that looks like Minecraft but isn't,' has been around for over a decade. But with an explosion of at-home players during the pandemic, it's gone from fad to phenomenon, now boasting more than 100 million active players. It's so popular that its virtual currency value, which can, in fact, be converted back into US dollars, is now worth approximately $.0125, which is more than the Russian Federation's Ruble. (PCWorld)
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