ThankYou - THNX

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What is ThankYou?

ThankYou is the first ThankYou, where both positive emotions and the money are implied. ThankYou is the first cryptocurrency which can be printed and hand in.

Genesis Date: 2018-05-08


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ThankYou Key Financial Information

Mkt. CapUSD 0Volume 24HUSD 0
Mkt. Share0.00 %Available Supply0
Change % (1H)0.00 %Max Supply0
Change % (24H)0.00 %Total Supply0
Change % (7D)0.00 %Proof
AlgorithmUpated: 18 years ago

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The Best, Fairest Coin Flip Cheat Ever (Thanks to Rick Smith Jr.)
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ThankYou (THNX) Reviews & Critics

World-record holder Rick Smith Jr. shows off his dead-simple way to control a coin-flip to be whatever side you want. Can you pull this off? Send us a clip of you ....

  • I can't do it wtfI've been trying for 10 minutes, but i can clearly see it just wiggle from side to side but not do some complete 360I'm probably doing it wrong but over the 6 minutes of video they just take 20 seconds to explain how to do it
  • I love head, but like chasing tail.
  • I’m so gonna abuse the shut out of this lmao
  • Check it out: I just accidentally discovered an even better way to control the outcome when the "coinflip" is called in the air, and this method doesn't require you to suddenly start using the "slap your wrist" thing to switch from heads to tails. It's super easy too. I literally did it on accident lol.Catch the coin with a closed hand every time, no matter what the results, however, if you catch the coin on your _fingers_ and especially closer to your fingertips, and then close your hand around it, that action of closing your hand will flip the quarter over and leave it 180° from whichever position you flipped/caught it as.Alternatively, if you catch the quarter on your _palm_ and and close your hand, then there is no flip, and the result will be whichever orientation you flipped/caught the coin as.•Catch the coin in a closed hand every time.•If you want to reveal the coin in the orientation you flipped/caught it as, then _catch the quarter on your palm_ and close your fingers around it (no flip, it stays in original orientation.)•If you want to reveal it in the opposite orientation from how you flipped/caught it, then _catch the quarter on your fingers, toward fingertips_ and by closing your hand you will be flipping the coin over automatically, non-suspiciously, apparently identically to not flipping the coin over.This way, all your catches and reveals look absolutely identical, and people won't ask why you sometimes reveal it as you caught it and sometimes flip it on your wrist after you caught it.This gives the added bonus of being able to keep your hand closed and draw out "the moment" for added impact. But mainly, I feel like this just makes the effect look so much more seamless and unquestionable.
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