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What is ShieldCoin?

ShieldCoin (SHLD) is a hybrid Proof of Work and Proof of Stake alternative Crypto Currency. The PoW distribution phase ends after 3 days and the PoS phase carris an annualised interest rate of 15%. The block time is 120 seconds.

Genesis Date: 2014-08-06

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AlgorithmX15Upated: 18 years ago

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Should You Clean Your Coins? The Truth On Cleaning Coins - Restoring Coins. Here is the truth about cleaning coins and already cleaned coins. Have you ....

  • I have a 1882 silver dollar coin and I wonder how much is it worth?
  • Great video! I have a 1877-O Morgan Dollar that I think would grade well. The whole coin has a patina and has darkened the coin but in that state, looks beautiful. It is the rarest version of the 1877 and in high grade would have a great value. My point is, I don’t think that brightening this coin (restoration) would make it better, yet I have numerous Morgan, Peace, others where the patina is splotchy and not attractive that would benefit from restoration. I find so many cleaned coins in the boxes I hunt, especially the penny boxes, and they look horrible and I put them in my return to the bank pile. I have found a 1909 VDB that was ruined by cleaning and also a 1912-S and 1915-S ruined like this with harsh cleaning...and copper reacts with so many chemicals anyway. You are right...silver is hardier, but also can be ruined. I am sure you have seen so many coins listed on eBay advertised as uncirculated that were cleaned and up close, show the signs of cleaning and show signs of wear. Unsuspecting collectors look at the color and buy them, only to get a coin worth it’s face value. All that glitters is not necessarily gold. It is time that collectors and legitimate coin dealers report these sellers to eBay well as the “rip off grab bag” and deceptive ads. It was done for autographs and sports cards and it is time to do it for coins. I have done it to people selling “Unsearched” wheat cents and wheat rolls with a dime or Indian cent on the end. This rarely happens. This is something you should do a video on. Buy rolls like this or other “unsearched” rolls or grab bags, and teach people why they are all rip offs. When it seems too good to be true, it usually is something deceptive.
  • I have experimented with quite a few things for cleaning and I failed most of the time .Ruined a couple of pennies at worst.I do now DUST my proof coins once in a while and some new ones I recently bought needed a dusting and the Gull feather works perfectly with out a scratch ,ever.Keep the feather dusted also.
  • I inherited a couple of sacks of old silver dollars. Unfortunately, they have turned black. Can I use hot water, baking soda and aluminum foil?
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