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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1343573 times)
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March 25, 2014, 05:03:46 AM
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Every time they are getting ready to p&D they stop in.. so nice to have guests
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March 25, 2014, 05:05:28 AM
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Overall, imo, Blackcoin looks very highly manipulated to me, price isn't everything, and it could be that it is wolong or 1-2 persons that own like 50% of the coins and is trading with himself to artificially inflate the trading volume and prices. Why would BC have a higher market cap than mintcoin with 3x-6x smaller community? Smells of pump manipulation to me.

I think the higher BC marketcap shows more affulent speculators are vested in large holdings BC compared to MINT. The 5-week PoW stage vs 1-week for BC ensured far better distribution, as did MINT's lower price of entry. It's sort of like 50% of the entire wealth of the US is held by 1% of the population. I think the 20% stake of MINT is also viewed as inflation of an already far greater supply of currency.

All coins are already in circulation though. It's like saying, "hey we're done! Come buy our coin, it's better than bitcoin!"

It's just funny to me, lol, I mean literally funny.
From a purely currency perspective, MINT is a far more sustainable concept IMO. However I do think MINT may have shot themselves in the foot by incorporating such large stake percentages for the initial years into an already inflated money supply. A flat 5% seems more reasonable and it's a figure people can relate to. 20% seems like a banana republic style inflation rate.

You mean like the clothing store? HA!

Seriously though, I think in a more established market that rate would be high, but I feel it was needed to bring in people new to crypto. People like me. I could be wrong, just have to wait and see. I'm guessing you hold both, which seems like a smart play.

I'm happy to announce, that http://hashco.ws has now launched a 'Get Paid in MintCoin' option to the pool.  Sign Up, and head on over to 'Account Settings' where you'll see the option of changing from the standard BTC payout option to MINT.  

Our pool also has the unique option of being able to keep other altcoins we mine as well, should you so choose.  We welcome all the members of the mint community who wish to give us a shot. Please feel free to join us on irc.  Freenode / #hashcows  Its in a bit of a beta these first few days, as we work out any kinks with the mint payouts specifically, however the pool itself has been operational for more than 6 months now.   MINT payouts will happen between 03:30 - 04:00 GMT daily.


For the time being, there is no additional fee for being paid out in MINT vs. BTC,


Happy Mining Smiley

Got to keep this up front

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March 25, 2014, 05:10:16 AM
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Every time they are getting ready to p&D they stop in.. so nice to have guests

It's just like the markets, but instead of sell/buy it's FUD\INSPIRE

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March 25, 2014, 05:18:56 AM
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Every time they are getting ready to p&D they stop in.. so nice to have guests

It's just like the markets, but instead of sell/buy it's FUD\INSPIRE

Yup you can go look at mintpal now and see what happens after they stop by. It's important that other Mint holders see the marketing tactics. Maybe we can use them in the future?
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March 25, 2014, 05:23:54 AM
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Na, I think it's ok to talk about other coins in our own thread, but I don't want to sink to their level. We don't have to because our coin has a solid foundation. It will grow organically. No pesticides needed  Smiley

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March 25, 2014, 05:25:57 AM
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I'm happy to announce, that http://hashco.ws has now launched a 'Get Paid in MintCoin' option to the pool.  Sign Up, and head on over to 'Account Settings' where you'll see the option of changing from the standard BTC payout option to MINT.  

Our pool also has the unique option of being able to keep other altcoins we mine as well, should you so choose.  We welcome all the members of the mint community who wish to give us a shot. Please feel free to join us on irc.  Freenode / #hashcows  Its in a bit of a beta these first few days, as we work out any kinks with the mint payouts specifically, however the pool itself has been operational for more than 6 months now.   MINT payouts will happen between 03:30 - 04:00 GMT daily.


For the time being, there is no additional fee for being paid out in MINT vs. BTC,


Happy Mining Smiley

Great to hear, time to mine some MINTCOINS Smiley

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March 25, 2014, 05:25:59 AM
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Na, I think it's ok to talk about other coins in our own thread, but I don't want to sink to their level. We don't have to because our coin has a solid foundation. It will grow organically. No pesticides needed  Smiley

haha I'm just kidding I wouldn't either I love our community I think there's some real stand up people here
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March 25, 2014, 05:26:38 AM
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Overall, imo, Blackcoin looks very highly manipulated to me, price isn't everything, and it could be that it is wolong or 1-2 persons that own like 50% of the coins and is trading with himself to artificially inflate the trading volume and prices. Why would BC have a higher market cap than mintcoin with 3x-6x smaller community? Smells of pump manipulation to me.

I think the higher BC marketcap shows more affulent speculators are vested in large holdings BC compared to MINT. The 5-week PoW stage vs 1-week for BC ensured far better distribution, as did MINT's lower price of entry. It's sort of like 50% of the entire wealth of the US is held by 1% of the population. I think the 20% stake of MINT is also viewed as inflation of an already far greater supply of currency.

All coins are already in circulation though. It's like saying, "hey we're done! Come buy our coin, it's better than bitcoin!"

It's just funny to me, lol, I mean literally funny.
From a purely currency perspective, MINT is a far more sustainable concept IMO. However I do think MINT may have shot themselves in the foot by incorporating such large stake percentages for the initial years into an already inflated money supply. A flat 5% seems more reasonable and it's a figure people can relate to. 20% seems like a banana republic style inflation rate.

You mean like the clothing store? HA!

Seriously though, I think in a more established market that rate would be high, but I feel it was needed to bring in people new to crypto. People like me. I could be wrong, just have to wait and see. I'm guessing you hold both, which seems like a smart play.

I'm happy to announce, that http://hashco.ws has now launched a 'Get Paid in MintCoin' option to the pool.  Sign Up, and head on over to 'Account Settings' where you'll see the option of changing from the standard BTC payout option to MINT.  

Our pool also has the unique option of being able to keep other altcoins we mine as well, should you so choose.  We welcome all the members of the mint community who wish to give us a shot. Please feel free to join us on irc.  Freenode / #hashcows  Its in a bit of a beta these first few days, as we work out any kinks with the mint payouts specifically, however the pool itself has been operational for more than 6 months now.   MINT payouts will happen between 03:30 - 04:00 GMT daily.


For the time being, there is no additional fee for being paid out in MINT vs. BTC,


Happy Mining Smiley

Got to keep this up front

Yes, I own both. I got in late with MINT, missing the first 2 weeks of the PoW stage. Bought in at the high of 60 sat, though more in the 15-25 range. No worries, I like MINT and in the long run I'm pretty confident it'll turn out well, just may take a while to get there. I did get in BC from the start and needless to say, I'm very happy with how that's turned out. At this stage MINT seems like the better bargain of the two by far.
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March 25, 2014, 05:32:31 AM
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I'm happy to announce, that http://hashco.ws has now launched a 'Get Paid in MintCoin' option to the pool.  Sign Up, and head on over to 'Account Settings' where you'll see the option of changing from the standard BTC payout option to MINT.  

Our pool also has the unique option of being able to keep other altcoins we mine as well, should you so choose.  We welcome all the members of the mint community who wish to give us a shot. Please feel free to join us on irc.  Freenode / #hashcows  Its in a bit of a beta these first few days, as we work out any kinks with the mint payouts specifically, however the pool itself has been operational for more than 6 months now.   MINT payouts will happen between 03:30 - 04:00 GMT daily.


For the time being, there is no additional fee for being paid out in MINT vs. BTC,


Happy Mining Smiley

Great news! Bumping it to the front  Grin
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March 25, 2014, 05:34:03 AM
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I plan to provide an update on the status of the Android wallet weekly until such time as the bounty is removed.  I've completed all of the cosmetic and translation work in the wallet.  I've begun work in the mintcoinj library.  As thisisit mentioned, this portion is slow going but progress is being made.  I have made the code changes to allow outgoing peer connections on the main mintcoin network.  Currently I'm working through some protocol & deserialization exceptions attempting to download the blockchain.  Any updates to the mintcoin wiki in the form of protocol specifications and testnet configurations (if any) would be greatly appreciated.  Keep checking the URL of my original post for updated screenshots.




Oh wow. That's great news! From what I understand this is fairly substantial technical undertaking. I applaud your efforts!  Cheesy

Don't forget the link  Wink

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Also very great news Smiley
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March 25, 2014, 05:40:06 AM
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    So much positive activity going on with this coin! Very exciting stuff  Cheesy
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March 25, 2014, 06:29:37 AM
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Multipool launched!!

I'm happy to announce, that http://hashco.ws has now launched its 'Get Paid in MintCoin' option to the pool. Sign Up, and head on over to 'Account Settings' where you'll see the option of changing from the standard BTC payout option to MINT.
Our pool also has the unique option of being able to keep other altcoins we mine as well, should you so choose. We welcome all the members of the mint community who wish to give us a shot. Please feel free to join us on irc. Freenode / #hashcows Its in a bit of a beta these first few days, as we work out any kinks with the mint payouts specifically, however the pool itself has been operational for more than 6 months now. MINT payouts will happen between 03:30 - 04:00 GMT daily.
For the time being, there is no additional fee for being paid out in MINT vs. BTC
Happy Mining

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March 25, 2014, 06:31:05 AM
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Multipool launched!!

I'm happy to announce, that http://hashco.ws has now launched its 'Get Paid in MintCoin' option to the pool. Sign Up, and head on over to 'Account Settings' where you'll see the option of changing from the standard BTC payout option to MINT.
Our pool also has the unique option of being able to keep other altcoins we mine as well, should you so choose. We welcome all the members of the mint community who wish to give us a shot. Please feel free to join us on irc. Freenode / #hashcows Its in a bit of a beta these first few days, as we work out any kinks with the mint payouts specifically, however the pool itself has been operational for more than 6 months now. MINT payouts will happen between 03:30 - 04:00 GMT daily.
For the time being, there is no additional fee for being paid out in MINT vs. BTC
Happy Mining

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March 25, 2014, 06:43:27 AM
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finnally! go go
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March 25, 2014, 07:14:27 AM
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Does this coin only stake every 1 year?

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March 25, 2014, 07:56:00 AM
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Does this coin only stake every 1 year?
No, it stakes as soon as you have coins that are mature (+20 days) and then it stakes several times every day

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March 25, 2014, 09:17:38 AM
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Does this coin only stake every 1 year?
No, it stakes as soon as you have coins that are mature (+20 days) and then it stakes several times every day
But do i have to keep my wallet open to earn stakes?
also is it 20% per annum the amount paid for the fitst year?
If so, that is not a big payout

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March 25, 2014, 09:27:55 AM
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Does this coin only stake every 1 year?
No, it stakes as soon as you have coins that are mature (+20 days) and then it stakes several times every day
But do i have to keep my wallet open to earn stakes?
also is it 20% per annum the amount paid for the fitst year?
If so, that is not a big payout
Yes you need to keep it open and unlocked to stake.
If you think 20% per year is too little you can mine some at hashco.ws  Smiley

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March 25, 2014, 10:22:12 AM
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The hashco.ws mining payout works! Awesome!
Sudden jump in BTC exchanged as well!

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March 25, 2014, 10:42:18 AM
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nice, nice
keep up the good work.
These are exciting times to be around.
2014 is getting better everyday

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