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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1312865 times)
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March 30, 2014, 10:15:14 AM
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Hi,

The Mintcoin Fund is progressing.
We have several Board Members, from all over the (Western) world. When I say we have Board Members, I mean they already fullfilled all the legal obligations to be Board Members. They are not "count me in" members.
The money from the premine is on its way to a dedicated address.
Another address is available for donation (only for the Mintcoin Trust): MjAQAmm6WEX2fx7xgBunZt4RpzwhqHtD4r.

Why donate?
1) to show support for sustainable development project
2) to actually help said projects
3) to increase the visibility of mintcoin, which will in turn raise the value of it - which translates into more money for you, since your mintcoin will be worth more.

The website will come soon. Donators will have a way to express where they want their money directed as soon as we figured out a way to related donations and donators.






Thank you David! Sending the rest of what I've still kept on mintpal to the donation address now (37752 MINT), will send more later when I buy more! Perhaps we can set up a simple posting board on the website where people can post how much they donate, the sending address, and the transaction ID- the donation can be confirmed and can then be assigned to the person's name or pseudonym and then they can express how they want their portion of the money used?

Goodnight all. I gotta get some sleep, its past 5 am here  Cheesy
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March 30, 2014, 10:32:00 AM
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Perhaps we can set up a simple posting board on the website where people can post how much they donate, the sending address, and the transaction ID- the donation can be confirmed and can then be assigned to the person's name or pseudonym and then they can express how they want their portion of the money used?
Three alternatives:

Short term, posts: someone collects a list and publish on the thread, like you did for holders
Medium term, thread: a dedicated thread on mintcointalk.com (and post it back here could help, especially if each post back come with the link to the tread)
Long term, website: the website for the Fund will have something like this, if someone volunteers to do it.

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March 30, 2014, 10:52:15 AM
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Hey everyone, being relatively new to the Crypto world I have a stupid question Wink

Do the coins gain interest in Paper Wallet, or do they need to be online?
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March 30, 2014, 11:41:04 AM
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3,984,211.85 MINT wagered in 3639 bets @ https://mintcoin-dice.com Smiley
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March 30, 2014, 11:51:24 AM
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cryptsy pump mintcoin started
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March 30, 2014, 12:00:52 PM
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I told you guys MINT was about to come back to life ;-) Those who listened made a healthy return Tongue

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March 30, 2014, 12:07:14 PM
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ufff dumpers coming, pump is dead Angry
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March 30, 2014, 12:13:47 PM
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ufff dumpers coming, pump is dead Angry

Be happy you had a chance to sell at 21 friend - It's not easy getting a coordinated pump together Smiley

EDIT: That was all for the holders btw - Not for those out there buying up at 19, 20 out of greed - but for those who held the bag for weeks, good communities deserve to make a few bucks Smiley
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March 30, 2014, 12:16:10 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.


ha, they'd come full circle




Attacker?
If there is no attacker
Return to the origin?
It is not possible
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March 30, 2014, 12:18:28 PM
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ufff dumpers coming, pump is dead Angry

Be happy you had a chance to sell at 21 friend - It's not easy getting a coordinated pump together Smiley

EDIT: That was all for the holders btw - Not for those out there buying up at 19, 20 out of greed - but for those who held the bag for weeks, good communities deserve to make a few bucks Smiley
Yeah, I sell at 20, we need buying 13
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March 30, 2014, 12:23:29 PM
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ufff dumpers coming, pump is dead Angry

Be happy you had a chance to sell at 21 friend - It's not easy getting a coordinated pump together Smiley

EDIT: That was all for the holders btw - Not for those out there buying up at 19, 20 out of greed - but for those who held the bag for weeks, good communities deserve to make a few bucks Smiley
Yeah, I sell at 20, we need buying 13

Glad you were able to profit Smiley
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March 30, 2014, 12:26:20 PM
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ufff dumpers coming, pump is dead Angry

Be happy you had a chance to sell at 21 friend - It's not easy getting a coordinated pump together Smiley

EDIT: That was all for the holders btw - Not for those out there buying up at 19, 20 out of greed - but for those who held the bag for weeks, good communities deserve to make a few bucks Smiley
Yeah, I sell at 20, we need buying 13

Glad you were able to profit Smiley

nicely played cat... i lost 100$ in mint cause i was following you from the bc thread... not knowing mint was already at its peak...
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March 30, 2014, 12:27:36 PM
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ufff dumpers coming, pump is dead Angry

Be happy you had a chance to sell at 21 friend - It's not easy getting a coordinated pump together Smiley

EDIT: That was all for the holders btw - Not for those out there buying up at 19, 20 out of greed - but for those who held the bag for weeks, good communities deserve to make a few bucks Smiley
Yeah, I sell at 20, we need buying 13

Glad you were able to profit Smiley

Knew u knew more. Bought up mints @ 16 and sold em @ 20. Cheers bud Smiley
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March 30, 2014, 12:33:41 PM
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ufff dumpers coming, pump is dead Angry

Be happy you had a chance to sell at 21 friend - It's not easy getting a coordinated pump together Smiley

EDIT: That was all for the holders btw - Not for those out there buying up at 19, 20 out of greed - but for those who held the bag for weeks, good communities deserve to make a few bucks Smiley
Yeah, I sell at 20, we need buying 13

Glad you were able to profit Smiley

Knew u knew more. Bought up mints @ 16 and sold em @ 20. Cheers bud Smiley

You're welcome Smiley
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March 30, 2014, 12:47:30 PM
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im happy to donate im in the mintonillionaires club 2000 coin comin your way bro'  Cool

Hay dont laugh they could worth a mint one day!
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March 30, 2014, 12:47:36 PM
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ufff dumpers coming, pump is dead Angry

Be happy you had a chance to sell at 21 friend - It's not easy getting a coordinated pump together Smiley

EDIT: That was all for the holders btw - Not for those out there buying up at 19, 20 out of greed - but for those who held the bag for weeks, good communities deserve to make a few bucks Smiley
Yeah, I sell at 20, we need buying 13

Glad you were able to profit Smiley

nicely played cat... i lost 100$ in mint cause i was following you from the bc thread... not knowing mint was already at its peak...

Bad luck there friend! I've got the short end of the stick on a pump before too, never a good feeling Sad For future though, do make sure you follow these rules:

1. Never panic buy or sell. If the pump has already started its usually too late, never expect more than a 20% increase in price in one go.
2. Never dump. If you do end up paying more for a coin than the stable market price then just sit on them for a bit - there is always a rebound after the dump and that is your opportunity to sell.
3. Watch the markets carefully and make an informed decision before buying or selling - In actual fact I put a comparatively small amount of BTC into MINT before the jump but I could see the market for BC was going down regardless of what people want to believe and I could see movement incoming on the MINT market. Because MINT and BC are complimentary I reasoned that as BC tumbles that BTC will probably be in the hands of itchy traders wanting to get their profit fix - MINT was the obvious option!

Ultimately its just about watching, listening to the mood of the communities, watching for rampant market manipulation on the order books up or down, then making statements as to the markets movements based on your best guess. I could very well have been utterly wrong and MINT would have seen no action whatsoever in which case I would simply be 'trolling', but on this occasion I got it right and people just climbed over each other to get their hands on MINT before offloading it just as quickly as they could!

Hold those coins, it will go back up bud Smiley



EDIT: To be honest I'm taking too much credit with my original post - bit cheeky - I didn't coordinate anything, I made a guess as to a pump coming soon for MINT and it happened lol Couldn't believe my luck but apart from following those rules above I didn't do jack haha
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March 30, 2014, 12:54:09 PM
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Yeah +1 good info CatKiwi
Mintcoin standart value 24-28
maybe today, maybe next weak
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March 30, 2014, 12:55:42 PM
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Yeah +1 good info CatKiwi
Mintcoin standart value 24-28
maybe today, maybe next weak

Lucky guess Tongue But Im glad we have volume again finally!
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March 30, 2014, 01:49:53 PM
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http://mintcoincasino.com is coming out pretty soon! 


I have 3 MINTCOIN  gambling sites listed so far on my site

http://cryptobettingindex.com/mintcoin-2/


MINTCOINGAMES.COM/dice is down. im hoping its for updating. it worked yesterday

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March 30, 2014, 02:25:44 PM
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Alright, there was a pump and some of you took advantage of it. This is a great thing, it really is for securing your money, but remember: we are in for the long term. The Mintcoin Fund had nothing to do with the pump, it is a long-standing concept. The Fund is already securing projects

The pump gave some exposure to mint. This exposure should be used for further increasing the movement toward the Fund. Crypto are not just a way to make quick cash, they also are a way to drive projects that actually matter on a global scale. Project that are visible and thus will get the money appreciated - more money to you.

There is the short term and there is the long term. Short term is done (for the moment) now let's move on to long term.

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