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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1341982 times)
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April 02, 2014, 02:17:33 PM
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we will never go and sit at a table and have a drink together lol
that is truly unfortunate, but it doesn't have to be that way
I would TOTALLY Sit and drink with you both! I'll buy the beers, just leave all weapons at the door  Wink

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April 02, 2014, 02:18:05 PM
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Has anything changed with minting?  

I have about 1.3 mil mintcoins.

After the 20 days I started minting and got some nice blocks and quiet a few of them. 200, 900, 11k, 90 etc etc... and of course a lot of them as my coin age caught up.

It is now a few days later and with 1.3 mil coins ( none touched or moved )  I have got 296 mint coins and 96 mint coins total on 4/1 for example. For a total of about 400 coins a day.

Question is with 1.3 mil coins are 400 coins a day about right now that however it calculates pos coin age etc has caught up?

Newer to the pure POS coins.

Thanks in advance.  
there are 18 mining periods in the first year and the yield is 20% for the first year
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April 02, 2014, 02:21:04 PM
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devs should have fixed this already.

fixed what?

Nothing, Mint have never forked Rat4 just took a coincidence an declared it an Attack.

FUD.

I know

are you sure? i will ask him to do it once more at a specific block number

any coin that makes me a profit.
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April 02, 2014, 02:22:03 PM
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Has anything changed with minting?  

I have about 1.3 mil mintcoins.

After the 20 days I started minting and got some nice blocks and quiet a few of them. 200, 900, 11k, 90 etc etc... and of course a lot of them as my coin age caught up.

It is now a few days later and with 1.3 mil coins ( none touched or moved )  I have got 296 mint coins and 96 mint coins total on 4/1 for example. For a total of about 400 coins a day.

Question is with 1.3 mil coins are 400 coins a day about right now that however it calculates pos coin age etc has caught up?

Newer to the pure POS coins.

Thanks in advance.  
there are 18 mining periods in the first year and the yield is 20% for the first year

Thanks for the reply, appreciate it.  So what would that say for my coin mining going forward... on 1.3 mil coins should I continue going forward only 400 coins a day?  The first few days after my coins aged to 20 days was about 20k.  Just trying to get a feel of what to expect daily... around...

Edit - Just noticed was on 1.4 version.  Switching to 1.6 hoping that helps.

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April 02, 2014, 02:28:34 PM
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Has anything changed with minting?  

I have about 1.3 mil mintcoins.

After the 20 days I started minting and got some nice blocks and quiet a few of them. 200, 900, 11k, 90 etc etc... and of course a lot of them as my coin age caught up.

It is now a few days later and with 1.3 mil coins ( none touched or moved )  I have got 296 mint coins and 96 mint coins total on 4/1 for example. For a total of about 400 coins a day.

Question is with 1.3 mil coins are 400 coins a day about right now that however it calculates pos coin age etc has caught up?

Newer to the pure POS coins.

Thanks in advance.  
there are 18 mining periods in the first year and the yield is 20% for the first year



Thanks for the reply, appreciate it.  So what would that say for my coin mining going forward... on 1.3 mil coins should I continue going forward only 400 coins a day?  The first few days after my coins aged to 20 days was about 20k.  Just trying to get a feel of what to expect daily... around...

My calculations indicate that you should receive 14444.44444444444 MINT every 20 day period, for a total yearly amount of 260,000 MINT if your current holding is 1.3 mil
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April 02, 2014, 02:30:45 PM
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Has anything changed with minting?  

I have about 1.3 mil mintcoins.

After the 20 days I started minting and got some nice blocks and quiet a few of them. 200, 900, 11k, 90 etc etc... and of course a lot of them as my coin age caught up.

It is now a few days later and with 1.3 mil coins ( none touched or moved )  I have got 296 mint coins and 96 mint coins total on 4/1 for example. For a total of about 400 coins a day.

Question is with 1.3 mil coins are 400 coins a day about right now that however it calculates pos coin age etc has caught up?

Newer to the pure POS coins.

Thanks in advance.  
there are 18 mining periods in the first year and the yield is 20% for the first


Thanks for the reply, appreciate it.  So what would that say for my coin mining going forward... on 1.3 mil coins should I continue going forward only 400 coins a day?  The first few days after my coins aged to 20 days was about 20k.  Just trying to get a feel of what to expect daily... around...

My calculations indicate that you should receive 14444.44444444444 MINT every 20 day period, for a total yearly amount of 260,000 MINT if your current holding is 1.3 mil

Thank you very much for that detailed response with working out the calculation broken down to 20 day periods.  Much appreciated.. and now for some coffee understand it better now

EDIT- See now it makes sense to me that 11k mint block and a few more then nothing basically.. about right on your 14444 number!  Thanks so much!

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April 02, 2014, 02:36:53 PM
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devs should have fixed this already.

fixed what?

Nothing, Mint have never forked Rat4 just took a coincidence an declared it an Attack.

FUD.

I know

are you sure? i will ask him to do it once more at a specific block number

I usually don't post and just lurk, but is this community is blind?  Here is a theoretical attack posted and then shown to work and instead of asking for devs to respond, we're going to call it fud?  Price is already down from from 17 to 15 with sell orders building up.  And the most promising projects are coming from freelance devs... I can't be the only one wondering if the devs still exist, or if they've moved on. 

I see there are new merchants/exchanges adding mint, but how much involvement does the dev have in that?  When an exchange adds a new coin, it's in their best interest to get their piece of the pie from the trades, and merchants want as much business as possible.

So instead of demanding some kind of response we're just going to pretend like this doesn't exist?
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April 02, 2014, 02:39:00 PM
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I see there are new merchants/exchanges adding mint, but how much involvement does the dev have in that?

They set them all up

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April 02, 2014, 02:44:50 PM
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I see there are new merchants/exchanges adding mint, but how much involvement does the dev have in that?

They set them all up



The dev if focused on building a REAL ECONOMY FOR THE COIN

he dont spend time finding ways of pumping vía "REBUYS" the value.

Or spreading FUD about other coins in forums.

The Dev is always working, improving, supporting

Is any doubt, ask David Latapie or moderndesings o myself

Im calling it FUD cuz is FUD.
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April 02, 2014, 02:48:06 PM
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I see there are new merchants/exchanges adding mint, but how much involvement does the dev have in that?

They set them all up



The dev if focused on building a REAL ECONOMY FOR THE COIN

he dont spend time finding ways of pumping vía "REBUYS" the value.

Or spreading FUD about other coins in forums.

The Dev is always working, improving, supporting

Is any doubt, ask David Latapie or moderndesings o myself

Im calling it FUD cuz is FUD.

Exactly

I invite people to think for themselves in this matter. Don't let people who are heavily invested in some scheme lead you around by the nose.
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April 02, 2014, 02:52:02 PM
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devs should have fixed this already.

fixed what?

Nothing, Mint have never forked Rat4 just took a coincidence an declared it an Attack.

FUD.

I know

are you sure? i will ask him to do it once more at a specific block number

I usually don't post and just lurk, but is this community is blind?  Here is a theoretical attack posted and then shown to work and instead of asking for devs to respond, we're going to call it fud?  Price is already down from from 17 to 15 with sell orders building up.  And the most promising projects are coming from freelance devs... I can't be the only one wondering if the devs still exist, or if they've moved on. 

I see there are new merchants/exchanges adding mint, but how much involvement does the dev have in that?  When an exchange adds a new coin, it's in their best interest to get their piece of the pie from the trades, and merchants want as much business as possible.

So instead of demanding some kind of response we're just going to pretend like this doesn't exist?
Show some proof, not just words, and the community would swarm like a bunch of cracked out bees! Until then it's just talk.

Ladies ladies, one at a time.
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April 02, 2014, 02:53:30 PM
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so alphaminer21 tell me about yourself you look like another bc tool and thisisit I know you love leaf so I can see you're enjoying yourself too
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April 02, 2014, 02:54:51 PM
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The saddest part is that they are Killing BC in the long term without know it!

BC is good software, good competition

I will be sweet if both teams could work together, we can take by assault the hole crypto market

Theres no logical reason that 2 coins with same conditions have different market cap rather than rebuys.

Bankers and investor see this, and they hate it.

Remember in months Bankers and angel funding will flood the survivors of the clone wars.

They will invest where they see a "healthier economy" than a healthier price.

Think with your head, long term



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April 02, 2014, 02:59:33 PM
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it exists. i dont want to be a fud but i have been talking to some people. it needs to be addressed.

any coin that makes me a profit.
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April 02, 2014, 03:01:36 PM
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The saddest part is that they are Killing BC in the long term without know it!

BC is good software, good competition

I will be sweet if both teams could work together, we can take by assault the hole crypto market

Theres no logical reason that 2 coins with same conditions have different market cap rather than rebuys.

Bankers and investor see this, and they hate it.

Remember in months Bankers and angel funding will flood the survivors of the clone wars.

They will invest where they see a "healthier economy" than a healthier price.

Think with your head, long term





Why do you all insist on talking about BC?  Who cares about BC, I'm talking about my money that's in Mint.

All I am asking for is some kind of response from the dev that either this is FUD or he's going to have a fix.  None of you are devs so how are you qualified to answer this question?  TacoTime seems to know what he's talking about and he is supporting the possibility of this attack.

Why is everyone against some kind of dev statement?   Lets get some renewed faith in this coin.

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April 02, 2014, 03:04:19 PM
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ok well lets all take this to the bc forum to discuss
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April 02, 2014, 03:06:37 PM
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it exists. i dont want to be a fud but i have been talking to some people. it needs to be addressed.
Without proof


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April 02, 2014, 03:13:56 PM
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The proof is in the blockchain:

http://mintcoin-explorer.info/chain/MintCoin?count=500&hi=203500

We started @ block 203198 - See the timestamp.
If you look up a bit you see that our attack was succesfull from block 202236 onwards. That's the moment when we got 6 out of 11 blocks. From that moment on we pushed the time one hour forward and only PoW work was accepted by the chain.

Look at the timestamps - Look at the blocktypes.

From 19:18:00 PoS kicked in again.


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We are not FUDding Mint. We brought this to the Dev's attention first - he shrugged it off. We brought this to the Mint community' attention and you are shrugging it off.
Demand a fix from your Dev.

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April 02, 2014, 03:18:15 PM
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Yes, the proof is in the block chain, one must be religious to not see it.
We need a statement from the dev soon or i will probably sell most of my holdings....

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April 02, 2014, 03:18:42 PM
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I think we do have an issue. i'm not a tech guy but from what i'm reading i sure wish to hear dev from MINT respon.



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