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What is CrackCoin?

CrackCoin is a 60 second block time PoW and PoS hybrid alternative crypto currrency. There are 6 million PoW coins to be generated and the PoS rate varies between 1-3% depending on the staked coin percentage.

Genesis Date: 2015-08-09

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AlgorithmX11Upated: 18 years ago

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CrackCoin Videos

Are Die Cracks Valuable? What About CUDs Extra Metal Shattered Die Coin Mint Errors?
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CrackCoin (CRACK) Reviews & Critics

Are die cracks valuable? Coins can have die cracks, die breaks, cuds, bumps, lines and all kinds of odd features. So does this add value to your coin? Yes and ....

  • Not all thin scratches are man made. Probably 99% are man made. In old medals, and perhaps some old coins, there may be a hairline crack incused into the medal that is not man made. Proof would be if no other scratches appear on coin that are man made. A coin hairline crack from the die is probably a flaw but not as bad as a man made scratch. Very old primitive dies from the 18th century and earlier have many weird effects on medals or coins that may not be man made and consequently may not be very serious flaws.
  • Good video as always!
  • Love collecting coins and the history behind them. Yet while searching I do enjoy looking for strange or different markers and more then once it has led me to discover I was holding a ddo or and a ddr . great video
  • Thanks Daniel !
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