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|Mkt. Cap||USD 0||Volume 24H||USD 153,669|
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|Change % (1H)||1.52 %||Max Supply||0|
|Change % (24H)||6.61 %||Total Supply||400,000,000|
|Change % (7D)||14.91 %||Proof|
|Algorithm||Upated: 8 months ago|
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- I can't believe with all the fascinating and wonderful things there are to see and experience in this world and in our one and only lifetimes, that people actually enjoy sorthing through rolls and buckets and boxes - whatever - to find particular and valuable coins. At least prospectors searching for valuables get to see some of Nature and get some exercise. This hobby sounds like something to ruin your health, especially eyes. This machine sounds like such an intelligent approach to what is otherwise a tedious and mind-numbing activity. I recently inherited some cans and boxes of old coins so have taken a sudden interest in just what is available, if anything, to allieviate having to go through these thousands of coins one by one. So through this search I've found this video. Can a person bring their cans and boxes (relatively much smaller quantity that what I see in the video) and have them run for a fee? Re the video - a more complete explanation of what's going on would sure have been a lot more helpful than the dumb "music" which ruins even the little bit of information that might be learned from hearing coins drop. Also, as someone else asked, can it do quarters, fifty-cent pieces, nickles and dimes?
- Does numan only do pennies?
- Can you make another video where the camera focuses?
- Very interesting video overall. It would have been nice if the narrator would have explained what the two big baskets at each end are and what each of the smaller ones is. Also, it seems like the finished product could/should be a lot smaller.