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What is EmiratesGoldCoin?

EmiratesGoldCoin is a "classic" blockchain, using a proof of work and with a low supply of 4 millions. Designed specifically for ASIC miners, EMIGR uses the SHA256 algorithm.

Genesis Date: 2017-06-07

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AlgorithmSHA256Upated: 18 years ago

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  • There are a number of interpretations about the anchor on the coins. I think we can probably assume we will never quite know the real answer, but there are a number of explanations:*) Seleucus Nicator is supposed to have been born with an anchor shaped birthmark on his thigh. Like all subsequent Seleucid rulers. A story suspiciously close to another story told of Alexander.*) Seleucus was fathered by Apollo who had given the mother (Laodice) a ring with stone engraved with an anchor (Justin, Epitoma Historiarum Philippicarum, xv. 4)*) Seleucus was leading his army towards Babylon (from which he had been forced out by Antigonus), when he stumbled on a stone. Some would have taken it as an ill omen, but when the stone was dug up an anchor was found underneath and his friend and ally Ptolemy Soter convinced him it was a symbol of safety. (Appian, Syrian War, 56)*) Seleucus had served as an admiral under Ptolemy and it was afterwards used to proclaim the naval strength of his empire.Just food for thought.
  • Интересно! Но не понимаю по английски, приходите на российский рынок, здесь много кто собирает антику!
  • where do u get these coins from?
  • I just got my first slabbed ancient
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