WashingtonCoin - WASH

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What is WashingtonCoin?

WASH is a cryptocurrency created in honor of George Washington. It's a X11 PoW/PoS cryptocurrency. WashingtonCoin has random super blocks with 100x the normal reward every day. and it's PoS rewards get smaller every year until the 5th.

Variable PoS annual payout rate:
- 1st year: 80%
- 2nd year: 40%
- 3rd year: 20%
- 4th year: 10%
- and subsequent years: 5%

Genesis Date: 2016-11-10

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WashingtonCoin Key Financial Information

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AlgorithmX11Upated: 18 years ago

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WashingtonCoin Videos

3 Top methods of cleaning pennies
กลุ่มที่ 13 ตามสั่ง (ธุรกิจ Wash Coin)

WashingtonCoin (WASH) Reviews & Critics

Testing Two of the most popular penny cleaning methods and trying one of my own. Please note, pennies that have collector value or that remain in their original ....

  • Dude!!!! DO NOT WASH YOUR COINS
  • Value value valueIf that’s you, that’s your choice, please don’t hate that other people choose to clean coins, it’s their choice, respect that.
  • Hey I tried something a while back using used motor oil and vinegar and it gave a really nice hue to the copper Step 1: clear the lacquer using vinegar or a very unaggressive paint striper Step 2: soak in used but not broken down motor oil for about 5-10 minutes ( keep time in mind for later step ) Step 3: wash of in some water and depending on time soaked use degreaser or break cleaner Step 4: to get rid of the smell it could produce use vinegar (I use corn syrup, both work), just dip it. If you choose to soak it in water and not degreaser I recommend lemon and orange peels which will make it smell real nice.
  • would it not be safer to dip a q tip in the solution and then rub the coin with it that way the coin would keep most to its contidtion?
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