Here's How You Can Build An Arduino-Based Coin Machine

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This Arduino powered machine separates different denomination coins and tallies up their total value.

With the advent of cryptocurrency, coins are back in fashion. And here’s your chance to build you own Ardiono-based coin machine. Trust Electromaker to offer a step-by-step guide on how you can make one. The video is part of the new project connected to Ardiono.

For the uninitiated, Ardiono is an open-source electronic prototyping platform that enables users to create interactive electronic objects. The platform enourages developers to indulge in ther innovative ideas, and leverage Ardiono to showcase their own projects.

Arduinom as its official website states, senses the environment by receiving inputs from many sensors. This in turn affects its surroundings by controlling various elements

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