Saturn2Coin - SAT2

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What is Saturn2Coin?

Saturn2Coin is a relaunch of Saturn Coin. It is a scrypt PoW coin with a total supply of 15 billion units and a difficulty retargetting every 30 minutes.

Genesis Date: 2016-07-01

Website: http://saturn2.co.in/

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AlgorithmScryptUpated: 18 years ago

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Saturn2Coin Videos

Everyone Got This SAT Math Question Wrong
Sat 24 Feb 2018 ~ The Image Of The Beast Part 1

Saturn2Coin (SAT2) Reviews & Critics

Problem: Circle A has 1/3 the radius of circle B, and circle A rolls one trip around circle B. How many times will circle A revolve in total? 1982 SAT Question In the ....

  • Presh did not rotate the circle A all the way around. Mark both circles at the beginning where they touch each other and start rotating circle A. When circle A rotates one time (when the marked point touches the circle B again), it will travel 1/3 of the circumference of the circle B. The correct answer is 3.
  • I solve before you and I got correct answer 4
  • Wait... I understand now that the answer should be 4... but then what about 3?I understand it like this: circle a rotate around itself 4 times while travelling by rolling around circle b 1 time, while the distance that circle a travelled in that manner is 3 times of its own circumference.... is this right?
  • If I were on it, I would cross out all the answers and add a new 4.
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