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As the others have said, an epoxy coating is your most viable solution. However, there are a few issues you should consider; an epoxy top coat can be very slippery, especially when wet; epoxy doesn't breathe and if the floor doesn't have a vapor barrier underneath, de-lamination may be a problem, and lastly, be prepared for sticker shock.
Epoxy floor coatings run about $100+ per gallon and cover around 250 square feet on bare concrete. Filling all those voids between the pennies will decrease the coverage exponentially.
Yes, do epoxy because pennies after 1982 are not copper and in the presence of water and shoe dirt begin to disintegrate in less then a lustrum.
Less then 5 yrs
Use a clear 2 part epoxy.
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