RocketCoin - ROCK*

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What is RocketCoin ?

RocketICO is an online startup accelerator based on the principles of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs). ROCK is an ERC20 token that gives its holders access to platform's built-in tools and benefits, along with voting rights.

Genesis Date: 2018-03-11

Website: https://rocketico.io/

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AlgorithmUpated: 18 years ago

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RocketCoin Videos

How to clean your dirty coins with a rock tumbler ! | Nugget Noggin
Learn to Name and Count U.S. Coins

RocketCoin (ROCK*) Reviews & Critics

In this video I show you how I cleaned my dirty coins that I found metal detecting. There are many ways to do this , but this Is just the way I did it . Thanks for ....

  • Thanks for showing this. Wondered how you turned some of them in.
  • I have a smaller version of your tumbler & I get much more efficient & faster coin cleaning by first adding a teaspoon of CLR® & a little bit of a liquid detergent then adding enough hot water to about 3/4 full before tumbling for 3-5 hours. Sometimes it is necessary to repeat this process. Try It -it works!
  • Mixing the metals leaves an undesirable electrolysis plating transfer on some of the coins. Do not mix denomination coins while tumbling wet. All pennies, four hours with few drops of liquid detergent, water, vinegar with a bit of salt, leaves pennies shiny with no electrolysis plating. Nickles mixed into the batch turns the transferred coating on everything green and dull. The same metal coins, all rubbing against each other in the solution, works quite well, with no rocks to separate out.
  • WD40 is not an lubricating oil! Use a real oil to lubricate.
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