recoin

recoin

(riːˈkɔɪn)
vb (tr)
to coin (money, a unit of currency, etc) again
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recoin


Past participle: recoined
Gerund: recoining

Imperative
recoin
recoin
Present
I recoin
you recoin
he/she/it recoins
we recoin
you recoin
they recoin
Preterite
I recoined
you recoined
he/she/it recoined
we recoined
you recoined
they recoined
Present Continuous
I am recoining
you are recoining
he/she/it is recoining
we are recoining
you are recoining
they are recoining
Present Perfect
I have recoined
you have recoined
he/she/it has recoined
we have recoined
you have recoined
they have recoined
Past Continuous
I was recoining
you were recoining
he/she/it was recoining
we were recoining
you were recoining
they were recoining
Past Perfect
I had recoined
you had recoined
he/she/it had recoined
we had recoined
you had recoined
they had recoined
Future
I will recoin
you will recoin
he/she/it will recoin
we will recoin
you will recoin
they will recoin
Future Perfect
I will have recoined
you will have recoined
he/she/it will have recoined
we will have recoined
you will have recoined
they will have recoined
Future Continuous
I will be recoining
you will be recoining
he/she/it will be recoining
we will be recoining
you will be recoining
they will be recoining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recoining
you have been recoining
he/she/it has been recoining
we have been recoining
you have been recoining
they have been recoining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recoining
you will have been recoining
he/she/it will have been recoining
we will have been recoining
you will have been recoining
they will have been recoining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recoining
you had been recoining
he/she/it had been recoining
we had been recoining
you had been recoining
they had been recoining
Conditional
I would recoin
you would recoin
he/she/it would recoin
we would recoin
you would recoin
they would recoin
Past Conditional
I would have recoined
you would have recoined
he/she/it would have recoined
we would have recoined
you would have recoined
they would have recoined
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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Prosecutors have said that Zaslavskiy last year raised at least $300,000 from investors in a cryptocurrency called REcoin, which he claimed was backed by real estate, and another cryptocurrency called Diamond, which he said was backed by diamonds.
According to the SEC's complaint, investors in REcoin Group Foundation and DRC World (also known as Diamond Reserve Club) were told they could expect sizable returns from the companies' operations when neither has any real operations.
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REcoin Group and its founder, real estate guru Maksim Zaslavskiy, have launched REcoin, a new, proprietary cryptocurrency designed for a broad range of financial transactions, while being backed by real estate held by 101REcoin Trust in countries with a developed and stable economy such as the US, Canada, Japan, Great Britain and Switzerland, the company said.
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Experts could sort out the heavier coins, use the lighter ones for payments, then melt the heavy coins and recoin them as light coins, keeping the difference as a profit.
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