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June 07, 2013, 11:50:13 AM
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I have 6.3.0 and it is stuck at block 75051 and will not update to block 80508...

What is going on?

It starts-off saying "up to date" at that block... then after a minute, it is suddenly "out of date" and just does nothing... shows that 2755 blocks are needed to download, but nothing ever comes. Only getting three connections, apparently dead connections not sharing anything?

Amazingly, it still allows me to mine... Am I mining under block 80508, from 75051? That could make it real difficult to ever "fix" any forks, if it allows people to mine from pre-forked blocks that are not at the ends??? Or is this what a fork looks like... only block 75051 is the "real block", and 80508 is the one you are trying to kill?

There was a hard fork at block 75000 and you're on the wrong side of it. You need to update your client
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June 08, 2013, 05:23:45 AM
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Updated client reported those results...

Had to delete everything except my wallet, and let it rebuild from scratch... Seems the "code" is bugged, trying to handle forks. Might want to add an option to "Repair Block-chain", which simply rebuilds the chain from the latest valid blocks-up. Thus, also rebuilding the user DB also.

Ok, got it to work, mined for hours, got rejected for every valid block attempted to submit... then today... nothing... no connection to the network.

You need more than one node to keep this thing alive.

So what is the marketing strategy for this coin? Who is the target audience?

I would think this would be great for adding to a forum's "Reputation" payment integration. (Lots of these forums have ghetto coin-rewards or forum-currency.) That would help get a constant "Flow" of coins in circulation.

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Hope it connects soon... I got a few people to add to mining. You also need to add some pool-contacts and encourage more people to use the other forum. That other forum makes the coin look dead... "MincoinTalk"...
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June 09, 2013, 04:23:07 AM
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Total fail now... links all point to crap that doesn't work. Seems they only have it working for themselves, mining all the coins... again... All ten linux users.

Another-one bites the dust... dust-coin or bust.

0.6.3 beta = fail, will not even connect
0.6.4 beta = fail, will connect but 100% reject rate

The "links" point to 0.6.3, the ones that actually point to anything that runs. (Links to incomplete projects, links to failed GUI's links to failed binaries.)

dead = dead
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June 09, 2013, 06:19:56 AM
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Total fail now... links all point to crap that doesn't work. Seems they only have it working for themselves, mining all the coins... again... All ten linux users.

Another-one bites the dust... dust-coin or bust.

0.6.3 beta = fail, will not even connect
0.6.4 beta = fail, will connect but 100% reject rate

The "links" point to 0.6.3, the ones that actually point to anything that runs. (Links to incomplete projects, links to failed GUI's links to failed binaries.)

dead = dead


Not sure what it is your doing wrong, but I am using the Windows GUI QT Client  v0.6.4.0- beta and it is working PERFECTLY. In fact I just recently received an
auto-payout via vircurpool from the last time I had a miner running there. Also, I currently have 5 connections to the network and that fluctuates anywhere from 3-8.

As for mining, looks like there are currently 42 "workers" mining just on VirCurPool alone, and current network hashrate is about 33MH/s, down from around 52MH/s 40mins ago.

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June 09, 2013, 07:56:55 AM
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I would strongly advise against using any client that was not put out by the official MNC devs.

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June 09, 2013, 05:36:56 PM
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yeah i solo mined 2 blocks perfectly fine last night.
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June 12, 2013, 10:52:01 PM
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Still alive and kicking hard...

and if you can't connect..check your ports...and make sure you have the latest client.
If you are getting only rejects..check your miner settings...remember this is a 60 sec block target.

If  you are just trollin'...good job, you've won 2 internets.

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June 13, 2013, 04:07:14 PM
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If I sent some Mincoins with the old client are thye just gone? They were not confirming so I started digging and see I should have had the new client. I updated the client and all my coins confirmed but they are all gone and the send transaction does not confirm. Now what?

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June 14, 2013, 01:17:54 AM
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*knock* *knock* hello, anyone here? ^^

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June 14, 2013, 04:36:55 AM
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*knock* *knock* hello, anyone here? ^^

Not sure how you would recover coins sent on/through an invalid block chain. I doubt you can.

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June 14, 2013, 05:00:55 PM
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I forgot how, but there is a way to "cancel" an unconfirmed send... (It will expire in time, if no-one accepts it.)

Chances are, it was rejected due to "no tx fee" (Doubtful)... Or it was accepted in an orphan chain, and thus, skipped on the real chain. Thus, it will expire, if there is no way to include missing "orphaned" transactions. (Eg, they accepted it, added it to a block, built off that block, but the real block passed-you up, and did not include it, when it was rebuilt.)

Or... the coins were not real, because they were from an invalid double-spend, and thus, will never confirm, since you didn't have them to actually spend. You just think you did, until the chain corrected that double-spend, and removed the amount from your wallet. (EG, bank-error in your favor, does not equal "in your favor". It corrects itself, like the banks do, and takes it back, like the banks do.)

To be sure, find your ROAMING folder with the chain-data, and delete everything in there, EXCEPT your wallet.dat. (You might want to back that up, while you are at it.)

Restart the NEW client/wallet-qt, and the corrected chain will be downloaded. If your transaction was on the old chain, you may still be trying to load the old-chain, and thus, never see the correction.

They need to fix all these wallets to "see" that a "New mandatory version" is needed, and "A database correction" is needed, to match that mandatory update. (They hard-code a "check-point" into the client, to ensure you have the most recent "untainted" chain, instead of a chain that may have been a bad chain or orphaned 51% chain, full of invalid transactions and double-spends.)

Easy to implement... Set a Version-number check on the network. Alert with a hard-coded link to the creators wallet-URL for the "latest update" program. Or simply make a launcher that checks for this junk in advance. Make each block ALSO contain a "version-built-by" number... so if that is incompatible, then the program can not continue... (Add the version-hash into the block, and the "hash" will not match unless it is the right version.) Though, that whole "checking element" should be a separate component that the wallet can download without having to actually update the wallet itself. Too much is unique inside of a wallet.

They need a generic wallet, and a "coin profile", that just plugs the changes of values. A multi-wallet! Hint hint, flound... Tongue
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July 08, 2013, 09:15:31 AM
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settings mincoin.conf for solo port 9335?
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July 21, 2013, 02:04:44 AM
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settings mincoin.conf for solo port 9335?

If that doesn't work try port 9332

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August 20, 2013, 04:02:06 PM
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I don't know where I first found a Windows GUI client for this, but it's nagging to update the *litecoin* client, so I went looking for any updates . . . where on earth is a link to an official Windows gui wallet client?!

(Totally baffled that people are throwing megahashes at this level of development.)

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August 20, 2013, 11:10:13 PM
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I don't know where I first found a Windows GUI client for this, but it's nagging to update the *litecoin* client, so I went looking for any updates . . . where on earth is a link to an official Windows gui wallet client?!

(Totally baffled that people are throwing megahashes at this level of development.)


You can find a link to the QT client in the first post. Or just go here:http://mincointalk.com/index.php/topic,87.0.html

And yes we are well aware about the nagging litecoin client update message. As for being "baffled that people are throwing megahashes at this level of develpement"
-well, when it is profitable to mine....mine it, when it's not and you don't think it will have value or increasing value going forward don't.

Thanks for your support.

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August 21, 2013, 05:27:04 PM
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I don't know where I first found a Windows GUI client for this, but it's nagging to update the *litecoin* client, so I went looking for any updates . . . where on earth is a link to an official Windows gui wallet client?!

(Totally baffled that people are throwing megahashes at this level of development.)


You can find a link to the QT client in the first post. Or just go here:http://mincointalk.com/index.php/topic,87.0.html

And yes we are well aware about the nagging litecoin client update message. As for being "baffled that people are throwing megahashes at this level of develpement"
-well, when it is profitable to mine....mine it, when it's not and you don't think it will have value or increasing value going forward don't.

Thanks for your support.

The Dropbox link in your OP is dead.  And the link to your forum requires registration to download the Windows QT link.
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August 22, 2013, 03:29:18 AM
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Thanks for your support.

Aw, shucks, you got me with irony Tongue sorry.

That is, erm . . . yes I've made some few pretty mincoins, er . . . Smiley

However, what chondrite said. And for my view, registration just to download a client = nicht. A completely public official download repository would be nice.

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August 22, 2013, 05:22:44 AM
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Thanks for your support.

Aw, shucks, you got me with irony Tongue sorry.

That is, erm . . . yes I've made some few pretty mincoins, er . . . Smiley

However, what chondrite said. And for my view, registration just to download a client = nicht. A completely public official download repository would be nice.


Here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/w5ofa8le9557ha2/mincoin064-qt.zip


I'll put it in the original post as well.

Thanks again for your support!

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August 22, 2013, 05:54:43 PM
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Thx!

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September 04, 2013, 05:12:53 PM
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my mnc-wallet does not sync anymore

please post one or two proper nodes for the conf...
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