Minerals Coin - MIN

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What is Minerals Coin?

Minerals (MIN) is a PoW/PoS X11 based crypto currency. The block time is thirty seconds and the PoW, proof of work, was designed to last for seven days. The coins main premiss was to distribute the currency evenly with 30 million coins in the PoW phase. The difficulty retargets every block and there was no premine.

Genesis Date: 2014-05-06

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AlgorithmX11Upated: 18 years ago

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Minerals Coin Videos

Recursion 9 | Min Coins - Dynamic Programming 1
Coin Changing Minimum Number of Coins Dynamic programming

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subscribe: https://goo.gl/ZgZrZ5 Picking the Minimum Coins to make change and how Dynamic Programming is the best solution for this problem. Please ....

  • We can check one more condition in else as a first condition. If highest denomination divides the change exactly then return quotient.It is the minimum number of coins.
  • What is the Time Complexity of this recursion approach ?
  • I've watched and read a number of discussions of this problem – including by some very big names in the community – and this is by far the clearest and most elegant. Thanks and nice work!
  • Hello, thanks for making this video! IIUC your code assumes there will always be a 1 cent coin, as you assign minCoins = change. How would you generalize this code for any coinValueList and take into account the possibility of having zero solutions (e.g. need to make 7 cents change and you only have coins with face value of 2 and 4 cents). Thanks!
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