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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1331405 times)
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March 29, 2014, 11:36:45 AM
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today i should get some minted coins right?
Well that depends on how long you had your coins untoutched in your wallet.....

20 days. last transaction 9th of March

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March 29, 2014, 11:46:18 AM
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I believe that in long term you are most probably right. However, in order for a coin to develop long term it should survive short term.

Well, I suppose that it will be a bumpier ride than initially expected, noting more, nothing less.

Now too many types of coins
In the market is not standardized
The price fluctuation is too big
Choose a good coin
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March 29, 2014, 12:00:05 PM
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Has anyone figured out how many btc worth of mint you'll get per Mhs on hashcows?
I've been running it for 2.5 days now and it seems low, I think it might be better to collect the BTC ourselves then trade them in for mint...

Well how much have you received?


about .004 worth of btc for a 3.2 mhs rig...  Angry

I got 5000 mint in 7 hours mining with 350 kh/s. Thats allmost 0.007btc/24hr/mhs
the profitability can vary from day to day but on avarage hashcows has the highest.

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March 29, 2014, 01:00:26 PM
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Has anyone figured out how many btc worth of mint you'll get per Mhs on hashcows?
I've been running it for 2.5 days now and it seems low, I think it might be better to collect the BTC ourselves then trade them in for mint...

Well how much have you received?


about .004 worth of btc for a 3.2 mhs rig...  Angry

I got 5000 mint in 7 hours mining with 350 kh/s. Thats allmost 0.007btc/24hr/mhs
the profitability can vary from day to day but on avarage hashcows has the highest.

hmm, that's nowhere close to what I got.
I moved over to CM and just picked up some more mint with the btc I made.
I'll give HC another shot over the weekend, maybe it was just bad luck on my part.
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March 29, 2014, 01:03:54 PM
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so pray that a whale, with bad intentions, does not get 51%

That would cost the attacker about $750,000.

Is it really worth it to attack? I mean they are spending 750K to destroy their own money, who would do that? 
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March 29, 2014, 01:20:16 PM
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so pray that a whale, with bad intentions, does not get 51%

That would cost the attacker about $750,000.

Is it really worth it to attack? I mean they are spending 750K to destroy their own money, who would do that? 

the attacker could be a masochist.


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March 29, 2014, 02:02:03 PM
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I think if someone gets that much stake the main danger is a massive sell off. A canny seller would sell in tiny lots so they wouldn't dump the price before they sold out.

I think the actual interest of anyone who held a 51% position would be to do things that maintain or raise price levels.
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March 29, 2014, 02:21:30 PM
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672,629.93 MINT wagered in 2729 bets @ http://mintcoin-dice.com

I've increased the maximum bet now to 5000 MINT (I'll increase it again soon to 10,000)
Also added some keyboard shortcuts for faster betting. You can change the odds of the roll (key: 1-9) and also roll (key: r)

Get rolling at https://mintcoin-dice.com
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March 29, 2014, 03:07:22 PM
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Supporters 125 of 100

125% of goal supported

Social Reach 53,797+ People

Time Left about 1 hour

https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/9388-free-mintcoin-giveaway

Good job everyone! Perhaps we could of found more supporters with paid promotion.

Anyway, not bad and certainly better than a fart in a space suit.   Cheesy

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March 29, 2014, 03:52:14 PM
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from http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=401.0

"There are a lot more PoS blocks than Pow. Once you mint a block with your coins they are locked in stake for 520 blocks, and the PoS mints with a transactions size ie if you get 1000PPC and the transaction is old enough it will mint and your PPCs will be locked in stake. There is no guarantee that the next block will be PoS so you have to own 51% PoW, and if you have a bunch of old coins there is no guarantee that you find all the PoS blocks in a row either ... So NO finding six blocks and double spending might risk the network rejecting your blocks and losing your stake..."

This does have me wondering how a pure PoS coin prevents this, since there IS a guarantee that the next block will be PoS...

Sounds like a blackcoin problem.

They always mistake the forum page... dont now why they love it here this much.
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March 29, 2014, 03:59:05 PM
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I think if someone gets that much stake the main danger is a massive sell off. A canny seller would sell in tiny lots so they wouldn't dump the price before they sold out.

I think the actual interest of anyone who held a 51% position would be to do things that maintain or raise price levels.

Exactly. Also, remember that if someone were to start buying up massive amounts of coins there would be a HUGE pump increasing the cost.

And last I checked there were only 600 mil coins for sale on Mintpal to begin with. I hate to keep using peercoin to debunk theories concerning the 51% attack of PoS coins, but they do such a good job.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjL2AgCQDJ0

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March 29, 2014, 04:01:14 PM
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FUD Debunked

Mintcoin is safe. VALUABLE coin.

Time to buy more Mintcoin!

Pump incoming and Thunderclap incoming!

Buy now if you are smart.

Mintcoin是安全的。Mintcoin是一個不錯的選擇。



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March 29, 2014, 04:02:50 PM
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Yawn tell me when mint is at 5 sats

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March 29, 2014, 04:04:27 PM
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Mint is Facebook.. i thought at first it was gonna be the twitter of economical networks.

Thats the analysis i make with a think group of 22YO Venture capitalists.

Wasn't the first,  came from nowhere, nobody payed attention at first, was better than the competition since the begining.

Its just plain stupid not to invest in Mint in a 2 Year plan.

Im moving a lot of capital towards this coin using my network.


Have fun day trading. im holding 2 years and buying at 14/13  everything that stupid people wanna sell.

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March 29, 2014, 04:05:02 PM
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FUD Debunked

Mintcoin is safe. VALUABLE coin.

Time to buy more Mintcoin!

Pump incoming and Thunderclap incoming!

Buy now if you are smart.

Mintcoin是安全的。Mintcoin是一個不錯的選擇。



https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/9388-free-mintcoin-giveaway

Exactly.

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March 29, 2014, 04:09:20 PM
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For those just dropping by:

Why join Mintcoin?

-Energy efficient! No mining necessary, Mint your coins instead!
-Lightining fast, secure transactions.
-Mint pays 20% interest to people who buy in now.
-Can't afford to buy? People can turn other coins into mintcoin by mining at hashcows right now! https://hashco.ws/ (under account settings change to payout in mint)
-Buy\Sell Mint at for fiat at Switzerland based Moolah.io exchange
-We will be added to regulated, legitimate fiat exchange Vault of Satoshi in April: http://www.coindesk.com/vault-of-satoshi-gets-full-money-services-license-canada/
-Android wallet in the works: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0BwpkXqmxmdGScm9lb21pTXhuS00&usp=sharing
-Merchants!

Join the Mint Revolution!

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March 29, 2014, 04:15:21 PM
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Mint is Facebook.. i thought at first it was gonna be the twitter of economical networks.

Thats the analysis i make with a think group of 22YO Venture capitalists.

Wasn't the first,  came from nowhere, nobody payed attention at first, was better than the competition since the begining.

Its just plain stupid not to invest in Mint in a 2 Year plan.

Im moving a lot of capital towards this coin using my network.


Have fun day trading. im holding 2 years and buying at 14/13  everything that stupid people wanna sell.



As more and more folks who are involved in altcoins start to take this attitude coins like MINT are going to start gaining fundamental value and the "pump and dump" scams will fall by the way side.

This is a wise course of action, one that I am following myself. I too have taken the long position on MINT.
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March 29, 2014, 04:17:26 PM
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Mint is Facebook.. i thought at first it was gonna be the twitter of economical networks.

Thats the analysis i make with a think group of 22YO Venture capitalists.

Wasn't the first,  came from nowhere, nobody payed attention at first, was better than the competition since the begining.

Its just plain stupid not to invest in Mint in a 2 Year plan.

Im moving a lot of capital towards this coin using my network.


Have fun day trading. im holding 2 years and buying at 14/13  everything that stupid people wanna sell.



As more and more folks who are involved in altcoins start to take this attitude coins like MINT are going to start gaining fundamental value and the "pump and dump" scams will fall by the way side.

This is a wise course of action, one that I am following myself. I too have taken the long position on MINT.

The Clone Wars is almost over, soon revolution will rise.
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March 29, 2014, 04:25:41 PM
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MINT is one of the only altcoins that I feel comfortable with for the long term, i.e this time next year.

Some of the reasons for this are:

It's extremely marketable.
One of the first energy efficient coins.
Good community and social reach.
Dev that keeps getting us merchant adoption (very important).
Registered and funded foundation incoming.
Minstart (still in the works).
Initial dumping phase is well and truly over, MINT survived and the coin is looking solid with only one place to go. UP


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March 29, 2014, 04:31:55 PM
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Our Thunderclap.it has now been sent out to all MintCoin supporters social media accounts !

You can now continue to support the giveaway by retweeting tweets of supporters already using the #FreeMintCoin hash tag which has our thunderclap.it link: http://thndr.it/MC7sOK to the giveaway info. thread on the mintcointalk.com forum.

Thanks!

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