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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1337713 times)
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March 25, 2014, 08:48:29 PM
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So the update process is export wallet.dat then download and install update and import wallet.dat?  That's it?


I've never done this, I always just download and execute. I back up my wallet first just in case.

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March 25, 2014, 08:51:12 PM
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Coins mint every 20 days. I'm basing this on the fact that I got my 20% for the 20 day period and none since. Other people seem to say the same. If we get to 40 days and no one is seeing a second batch, then you might want to worry. 

So there hasn't been a hardfork since 1.4? I don't NEED to update right?

I'm run v1.5- It has an unlock wallet button

v1.6 is cosmetic changes

I don't think the coin has ever forked.

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March 25, 2014, 08:51:33 PM
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been dowloading for an hour now at this rate it looks like 7 hours to download. does that sound right?
i just got a new computer and downloading a new wallet. i cash out all from my last wallet
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March 25, 2014, 08:55:43 PM
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been dowloading for an hour now at this rate it looks like 7 hours to download. does that sound right?
i just got a new computer and downloading a new wallet. i cash out all from my last wallet

Yes, it will take a while to sync the first time. You're downloading the entire blockchain. Bitcoin took me like all day.

Edit: 7 hours seems a little high, is that just your guestimate?

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March 25, 2014, 08:59:35 PM
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Coins mint every 20 days. I'm basing this on the fact that I got my 20% for the 20 day period and none since. Other people seem to say the same. If we get to 40 days and no one is seeing a second batch, then you might want to worry. 

So there hasn't been a hardfork since 1.4? I don't NEED to update right?

I'm run v1.5- It has an unlock wallet button

v1.6 is cosmetic changes

I don't think the coin has ever forked.

Yes, the coin hasnt forked just the wallet been updated with some bug fixes, checkpoints, and gui changes ...

Price is moving nicely today Smiley

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March 25, 2014, 09:05:45 PM
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been dowloading for an hour now at this rate it looks like 7 hours to download. does that sound right?
i just got a new computer and downloading a new wallet. i cash out all from my last wallet

Yes, it will take a while to sync the first time. You're downloading the entire blockchain. Bitcoin took me like all day.

Edit: 7 hours seems a little high, is that just your guestimate?

yeah just guessing. it might go faster towards the end, so im thinking 6 hours
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March 25, 2014, 09:09:16 PM
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I'm using Mintcoin-qt  1.4.0.0 and I have a few coins that have sat for 25 days now and they got a big pile of mint (~1.12%) on day 20 and have since stopped minting at all. I've opened it about once every other day and it is unencrypted and synced. 

What is the deal with it? Do I need a new wallet? If so how do i move them into a new upgraded wallet without resetting my 20 days?

If all those coins went to stake on day 20 and minted coins, they will have to regain their coinage- so you won't be able to mint on them until another 20 days, right? This is how I thought it works, anyways, somebody please correct me if I am wrong. Also, I would recommend upgrading to the new wallet.

So I only need to open my wallet every 20 days?

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March 25, 2014, 09:11:20 PM
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Yes, you don't need to have it open all the time. BTW mint is now at 19 sat on mintpal!

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March 25, 2014, 09:12:22 PM
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I'm using Mintcoin-qt  1.4.0.0 and I have a few coins that have sat for 25 days now and they got a big pile of mint (~1.12%) on day 20 and have since stopped minting at all. I've opened it about once every other day and it is unencrypted and synced.  

What is the deal with it? Do I need a new wallet? If so how do i move them into a new upgraded wallet without resetting my 20 days?

If all those coins went to stake on day 20 and minted coins, they will have to regain their coinage- so you won't be able to mint on them until another 20 days, right? This is how I thought it works, anyways, somebody please correct me if I am wrong. Also, I would recommend upgrading to the new wallet.

So I only need to open my wallet every 20 days?

I open mine every once in a while just to update the blockchain, but the answer to your question is yes.

Edit: Add that to the list of things making Mint the superior PoS coin.

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March 25, 2014, 09:14:02 PM
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Yes, you don't need to have it open all the time. BTW mint is now at 19 sat on mintpal!

Yes it is! There seems to be something wrong w mintpals volume measurement on mint, I swear it's moving backwards.

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March 25, 2014, 09:14:51 PM
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I'm using Mintcoin-qt  1.4.0.0 and I have a few coins that have sat for 25 days now and they got a big pile of mint (~1.12%) on day 20 and have since stopped minting at all. I've opened it about once every other day and it is unencrypted and synced. 

What is the deal with it? Do I need a new wallet? If so how do i move them into a new upgraded wallet without resetting my 20 days?

If all those coins went to stake on day 20 and minted coins, they will have to regain their coinage- so you won't be able to mint on them until another 20 days, right? This is how I thought it works, anyways, somebody please correct me if I am wrong. Also, I would recommend upgrading to the new wallet.

So I only need to open my wallet every 20 days?

If you were like me and had staggered deposits then coins will reach coinage at different times, so I usually open mine once a day or so.
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March 25, 2014, 09:18:42 PM
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been dowloading for an hour now at this rate it looks like 7 hours to download. does that sound right?
i just got a new computer and downloading a new wallet. i cash out all from my last wallet

Yes, if you have a 28.8k dialup modem lol

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March 25, 2014, 09:23:28 PM
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been dowloading for an hour now at this rate it looks like 7 hours to download. does that sound right?
i just got a new computer and downloading a new wallet. i cash out all from my last wallet

Yes, if you have a 28.8k dialup modem lol

my download speed is 30Mbps

why it mintcoin wallet so slow downloading?

i also have many programs running
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March 25, 2014, 09:25:40 PM
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been dowloading for an hour now at this rate it looks like 7 hours to download. does that sound right?
i just got a new computer and downloading a new wallet. i cash out all from my last wallet

Yes, if you have a 28.8k dialup modem lol

my download speed is 30mps

why it mintcoin wallet so slow downloading?

i also have many programs running

At that speed it should take you no longer than a minute. I'm guessing the problem is on their end, so it's not you.

Make sure you download the wallet from www.mintcoin.cc

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March 25, 2014, 09:33:26 PM
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Coins mint every 20 days. I'm basing this on the fact that I got my 20% for the 20 day period and none since. Other people seem to say the same. If we get to 40 days and no one is seeing a second batch, then you might want to worry. 

don't worry - i hold my mintcoins 40+ days and now wallet is minting compound interest
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March 25, 2014, 09:40:33 PM
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Coins mint every 20 days. I'm basing this on the fact that I got my 20% for the 20 day period and none since. Other people seem to say the same. If we get to 40 days and no one is seeing a second batch, then you might want to worry. 

don't worry - i hold my mintcoins 40+ days and now wallet is minting compound interest

ok thanks! Thanks to everyone for your answers.
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March 25, 2014, 09:48:01 PM
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after 2 full hours im on block 56,000 out of 173,112



i will keep you posted as i watch paint dry Grin
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March 25, 2014, 10:27:14 PM
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I'm using Mintcoin-qt  1.4.0.0 and I have a few coins that have sat for 25 days now and they got a big pile of mint (~1.12%) on day 20 and have since stopped minting at all. I've opened it about once every other day and it is unencrypted and synced. 

What is the deal with it? Do I need a new wallet? If so how do i move them into a new upgraded wallet without resetting my 20 days?

If all those coins went to stake on day 20 and minted coins, they will have to regain their coinage- so you won't be able to mint on them until another 20 days, right? This is how I thought it works, anyways, somebody please correct me if I am wrong. Also, I would recommend upgrading to the new wallet.

So I only need to open my wallet every 20 days?

If you were like me and had staggered deposits then coins will reach coinage at different times, so I usually open mine once a day or so.

Couldn't that be programmed in the wallet? Automatically open when it's been 20 days based on coin values and then close? Seems like an obvious feature or don't even have to open wallet and have the procedure run automatically... or something.  Undecided

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March 25, 2014, 10:40:03 PM
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Why doesn't Mintcoin do something like this? Not necessarily to copy them, but because it looks so cool.
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March 25, 2014, 10:48:13 PM
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3 hours into it


88500 blocks downloaded

85000 to go
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