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The Coins are Considered as an Important Part of Our History and Culture

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1723 Umayyad Gold Dinar $6 mil. Wikimedia common
  • Old coins have huge coin values in the modern world
  • Collectors are the people who pay ridiculous amounts of money just to get their hands on the ancient coins
  • 1616 Mughal-era Zodiacal Mohur was minted in Agra in the year 1618 CE and costs $463k

June 30, 2017: Coins have always been a source of exchange of goods and products. It has been used to make purchases in the economy and asses the value of the products in terms of other products. Interestingly, the coinage was even before the onset of modern world which tells us that the method of buying or exchange of products through monetary items existed long before.

Even now the old coins have huge coin values in the modern world. The collectors are the people who pay ridiculous amounts of money just to get their hands on the ancient coins at various auctions. Some of the costliest coins of the world are:

1849 Double Eagle – This coin is priced at $20 million because this coin was created by United states in Philadelphia in 1849 during the California gold rush. This coin is prices at $20 million

1343 Edward III florin – This coin is placed at around $6.8 million as there are only three pieces of this precious coin left since 1343.

1907 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle – The coin is priced at $7.6 million. It was produced by Augustus Saint-Gaudens which proved too difficult for the U.S. to make in commercial quantities, which led to the modification of the design.

1794 Flowing Hair Silver/Copper Dollar – Priced at $10 million, it was the first dollar coin issued by the U.S. Government

1907 Saint Gaudens – At $8.5 million, this coin was released in $20 denominations in 1907. The 1907 double thick extremely high relief Saint Gaudens has an estimated grade of Proof.

1723 Umayyad Gold Dinar – Worth $6 million, these gold coins were first struck to the contemporary standard of 4.4 grams and with one or more Arabic Standing figures on the obverse and an Arabic legend on the reverse.

1804 Bust Dollar – Class III– At $2.3 million, the 1804 dollar or Bowed Liberty Dollar was a dollar coin struck by the Mint of the United States, of which fifteen specimens are currently known to exist.

1894 Barber Dime – This coin is priced at $1.9 million and is produced in the United States Barber coinage. It is one of the rarest and most highly prized United States coins for collectors, along with the 1804 dollar and the 1913 Liberty Head nickel.

1343 Edward III Florin – At $680k, it was an attempt in 1344 by English king Edward III to produce a gold coinage suitable for use in Europe as well as in England.

1616 Mughal-era Zodiacal Mohur– Priced at $463k, a Scorpio Gold Zodiac Mohur minted in Agra in the year 1618 CE. Some of these coins are so rare that they are absent even from the collections of national museums of India.

– by Sumit Balodi of NewsGram. Twitter: @sumit_balodi

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Google Announces a Slew of Products- AI Lab, BSNL Partnership

In its bid to make the Internet more accessible, inclusive and empowering for everyone in India, Google on Thursday announced a slew of products, including an artificial intelligence lab in Bengaluru, BSNL partnership

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Hindi-speaking users can now simply say, "Hey Google, talk to me in Hindi." Pixabay

In its bid to make the Internet more accessible, inclusive and empowering for everyone in India, Google on Thursday announced a slew of products, including an artificial intelligence (AI) lab in Bengaluru, BSNL partnership, ‘Google Pay for Business’ app for merchants along with expanding Indian language support across Google Assistant, Discover, Lens and Bolo products.

The fifth edition of the annual ‘Google for India’ event also saw the company launching tokenized cards for debit card and credit card users across India and introduced “Spot” platform on Google Pay for merchants to create branded commercial experiences that bridge the offline and online worlds.

Google also announced a new initiative focusing on entry-level jobs, and a partnership with the National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC) for their Skill India programme.

“Digital India was designed to ensure digital inclusion. I wish to compliment Google for launching so many new products contributing to this goal with due regard to safety and security,” said Telecom and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad who was the cheif guest at the event.

“I don’t have a slightest doubt that Google has a crucial role in helping India achieve its goal of a trillion dollar digital economy,” Prasad added.

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“I don’t have a slightest doubt that Google has a crucial role in helping India achieve its goal of a trillion dollar digital economy,” said Prasad. Pixabay

The An lab in Bengaluru will focus on advancing fundamental computer science and AI research and applying this research to tackle big problems in fields like healthcare, agriculture, and education.

“With Google’s ongoing commitment to improve access beyond train stations to villages across India, we have partnered with BSNL to bring fast, reliable and secure public WiFi to villages in Gujarat, Bihar and Maharashtra,” announced Caesar Sengupta, Vice-President, Next Billion Users Initiative and Payments.
Google also announced an initiative to help the hundreds of millions of Indians who use 2G phones get the information they need, without requiring data or an internet connection.

The company also unveiled an all new experience in nine Indian languages — Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam and Urdu — that will help users talk to their Assistant more naturally, without the need to go digging around in settings.

For example, Hindi-speaking users can now simply say, “Hey Google, talk to me in Hindi”.

The feature will be accessible on all Android, Android Go and KaiOs devices.

Manuel Bronstein, Vice President, Product Management, Google also announced that interpreter mode will be coming soon to the Assistant on Android and Android Go phones in the coming months, which will help translate from one language to another, helping unlock more relevant information and content for even more users across India.

Bronstein also launched The Vodafone-Idea Phone Line — supported by Google Assistant that enables Vodafone-Idea users to call a single number free of charge (000 800 9191000), at any time, and ask for everything from sports scores, traffic conditions and weather forecasts or simply get help with homework.

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“With Google’s ongoing commitment to improve access beyond train stations to villages across India, we have partnered with BSNL to bring fast, reliable and secure public WiFi to villages in Gujarat, Bihar and Maharashtra.’ Wikimedia Commons

Yossi Matias, Vice President, Engineering, Google said: “We are adding more Indian languages to Discover — a Google feed that gives Indians updates on the stories they care about”

Google also expanded Bolo, a speech-based app that helps children learn to read, to five new Indian languages — Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu.

“Bolo has already helped 800,000 young Indians read stories more than three million times, and speak half a billion words,” informed Sapna Chadha, Director of Marketing, Southeast Asia & India, Google.

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Google Lens — which allows people to search for information, will now ask questions and translate text by pointing phone’s camera at things they’re interested in and will now be available in Tamil, Telugu and Marathi.

According to Ambarish Kenghe, Director, Product Management, Google Pay, the biggest story in India’s booming Internet economy has been the rise of digital payments.

“In the last 12 months alone, Google Pay has grown 3X to reach to 67 million monthly active users, driving transactions worth over $110 billion on an annualized basis, with hundreds of thousands of offline and online merchants,” Kenghe announced. (IANS)