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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1322557 times)
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April 02, 2014, 11:10:42 PM
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Update on the potential security issues mentioned earlier.

As a cautionary measure and since MINT does not really need PoW, we have decided to get rid of the PoW. We don't want to take any security risk.
And since our ego is less important than your hard earned money, we won't have any problem to be thankful to another coin dev if it appears he has helped to increase MintCoin's security.

For now, a new wallet is available and this is a mandatory update!
https://mega.co.nz/#!YI4DETrC!0Cy_PFqWkLF52Ic_Hoo-5v_oyUGWa2R4dcIvlX1S2H0

Please notify every people you know about this update!
great news!


Ubuntu users: Ubuntu wallet will be updated to new version in a few hours
paspi, did you get a bounty for your work on the Ubuntu client? I'm BEYOND thankful for your work! You deserve some Mintcoins for it.
I'm very pleased to hear it's helpful to someone! Cheesy I got a few bounties, but not sure if any for Ubuntu, donations are always welcome Smiley

I packaged the new version and uploaded it to Launchpad PPA, it's scheduled to be compiled to a binary package in an hour and then it will be available.
Awesome bro! Just sent you 1,000 Mintcoins. I wish it could be more.

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April 02, 2014, 11:16:42 PM
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Although, I am not 100% completely convinced that there was a real security flaw, whatever it was is disruptive to the blockchain, our Mintcoin network, and we needed a fix. I support the dev's quick decision making that whatever that the issue, we needed to change. I just updated to the 1.7 and it seems to be working flawlessly so far. Overall, I am encouraged by the speed at which this community and dev team is able to respond and make fixes as necessary. Everyone is doing a great job. There may be future upgrades that need to be made as well, but at any rate, the future looks bright. Keep up the teamwork!

Everyone upgrade to 1.7 and we can get on with our lives and put this in the past.

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April 02, 2014, 11:29:36 PM
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Although, I am not 100% completely convinced that there was a real security flaw, whatever it was is disruptive to the blockchain, our Mintcoin network, and we needed a fix. I support the dev's quick decision making that whatever that the issue, we needed to change. I just updated to the 1.7 and it seems to be working flawlessly so far. Overall, I am encouraged by the speed at which this community and dev team is able to respond and make fixes as necessary. Everyone is doing a great job. There may be future upgrades that need to be made as well, but at any rate, the future looks bright. Keep up the teamwork!

Everyone upgrade to 1.7 and we can get on with our lives and put this in the past.

+1

Really kind of excited the price is back in my buy range temporarily. This "problem" may just have made me a mint.  Cheesy

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April 02, 2014, 11:32:13 PM
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Although, I am not 100% completely convinced that there was a real security flaw, whatever it was is disruptive to the blockchain, our Mintcoin network, and we needed a fix. I support the dev's quick decision making that whatever that the issue, we needed to change. I just updated to the 1.7 and it seems to be working flawlessly so far. Overall, I am encouraged by the speed at which this community and dev team is able to respond and make fixes as necessary. Everyone is doing a great job. There may be future upgrades that need to be made as well, but at any rate, the future looks bright. Keep up the teamwork!

Everyone upgrade to 1.7 and we can get on with our lives and put this in the past.

+1

Really kind of excited the price is back in my buy range temporarily. This "problem" may just have made me a mint.  Cheesy

I bought 7MM mint at 14 XD

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April 02, 2014, 11:46:33 PM
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I think Jeff Jefferson said he would pledge 300k as well!

yes, but it REALLY has to mint. otherwise it's just another android wallet of a coin. we need to make the difference guys. I also think its not that necessary to use an escrow. I think MINT users are sincere and honest people, am I right?  Roll Eyes

I also had the concerns about the upcoming android wallet being open source so the others just can copy it. So I would propose a simple not open source app at first in the google play store. Than after a month or two the source code should be released.

This is privately offered bounty for a working prototype, upon public delivery. Offered separately from other bounties that may exist.

So far the total is:

mgburks77:      250,000
stormia:          125,000
garicson:         200,000
jeff jefferson:   100,000
moderndezigns:200,000

Total:          875,000


Bonus for wallet that mints:
mgburks77:     250,000
jeff jefferson:   200,000
moderndezigns:50,000

Total: 500,000

Total Total: 1 375 000  Grin

I'm sure there are other people willing to contribute!


Looks like gonzoucab said he would donate for a wallet that is fully functional and mints as well. (Sorry if I am misunderstanding your post. I don't want you to get left off the list if you are, though!):


I can pledge 125K for when a fully functional wallet that mints is deployed.

Im also asking a developer for a twitter bot, maybe i will fund myself alone. is not too much. Smiley

We are better, we are greener we are mint.

Well stormia, i will improve my pledge, i will give the same ammount as you in the same conditions, whatever you decide i will apport the same!

Well, in that case, I will add another 75K of donations to the bonus for a wallet that mints! Thanks for showing your support gonzoucab and compelling me to increase mine Grin

Just wanted to bump this so we can return focus to the important tasks at hand now, like the android wallet. I may have cut off some pledges because this quote was from a while back. Going back to the open source issue, I think we should (and currently have to) keep it open source. Perhaps other coin communities that want this be accomplished could donate as well?
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April 02, 2014, 11:50:26 PM
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April 02, 2014, 11:51:49 PM
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Intrigue campaing? jejejeje
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April 02, 2014, 11:55:57 PM
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April 02, 2014, 11:58:58 PM
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That is some good news!
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April 03, 2014, 12:02:59 AM
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GUYS this is mandatory but where is the OSX wallet?

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April 03, 2014, 12:03:45 AM
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GUYS this is mandatory but where is the OSX wallet?
http://mintcoin-central.com/downloads/

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April 03, 2014, 12:07:41 AM
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Hey David I hope you're doing well. Do you know anyone in the community that can create a professional mintcoin website banner  468 x 60
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April 03, 2014, 12:09:45 AM
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GUYS this is mandatory but where is the OSX wallet?

Should be coming soon. I've contacted the people that built it previously.
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April 03, 2014, 12:10:45 AM
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Hey David I hope you're doing well. Do you know anyone in the community that can create a professional mintcoin website banner  468 x 60
Pixiebug and probably also rockingaltcoins.

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April 03, 2014, 12:11:26 AM
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Hey David I hope you're doing well. Do you know anyone in the community that can create a professional mintcoin website banner  468 x 60
Pixiebug and probably also rockingaltcoins.

Ok thanks I'll try them
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April 03, 2014, 12:57:42 AM
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I think Jeff Jefferson said he would pledge 300k as well!

yes, but it REALLY has to mint. otherwise it's just another android wallet of a coin. we need to make the difference guys. I also think its not that necessary to use an escrow. I think MINT users are sincere and honest people, am I right?  Roll Eyes

I also had the concerns about the upcoming android wallet being open source so the others just can copy it. So I would propose a simple not open source app at first in the google play store. Than after a month or two the source code should be released.

This is privately offered bounty for a working prototype, upon public delivery. Offered separately from other bounties that may exist.

So far the total is:

mgburks77:      250,000
stormia:          125,000
garicson:         200,000
jeff jefferson:   100,000
moderndezigns:200,000

Total:          875,000


Bonus for wallet that mints:
mgburks77:     250,000
jeff jefferson:   200,000
moderndezigns:50,000

Total: 500,000

Total Total: 1 375 000  Grin

I'm sure there are other people willing to contribute!


Looks like gonzoucab said he would donate for a wallet that is fully functional and mints as well. (Sorry if I am misunderstanding your post. I don't want you to get left off the list if you are, though!):


I can pledge 125K for when a fully functional wallet that mints is deployed.

Im also asking a developer for a twitter bot, maybe i will fund myself alone. is not too much. Smiley

We are better, we are greener we are mint.

Well stormia, i will improve my pledge, i will give the same ammount as you in the same conditions, whatever you decide i will apport the same!

Well, in that case, I will add another 75K of donations to the bonus for a wallet that mints! Thanks for showing your support gonzoucab and compelling me to increase mine Grin

Just wanted to bump this so we can return focus to the important tasks at hand now, like the android wallet. I may have cut off some pledges because this quote was from a while back. Going back to the open source issue, I think we should (and currently have to) keep it open source. Perhaps other coin communities that want this be accomplished could donate as well?
stormia, I would like to commit 75,000 to a private Android wallet that is owned by the Mintcoin Foundation. I'm not interested in funding an app that another coin will use right after it is made for Mintcoin. There's zero unique benefit to Mintcoin if it's open source.

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April 03, 2014, 01:04:20 AM
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Update on the potential security issues mentioned earlier.

As a cautionary measure and since MINT does not really need PoW, we have decided to get rid of the PoW. We don't want to take any security risk.
And since our ego is less important than your hard earned money, we won't have any problem to be thankful to another coin dev if it appears he has helped to increase MintCoin's security.

For now, a new wallet is available and this is a mandatory update!
https://mega.co.nz/#!YI4DETrC!0Cy_PFqWkLF52Ic_Hoo-5v_oyUGWa2R4dcIvlX1S2H0

Please notify every people you know about this update!

What's new?
(1) latest checkpoints
(2) fixed wallet getbalance issue (thanks paspi)
(3) remove pow generation after block 220000

Were all of the exchanges and merchants notified about the hard fork?  It would be bad PR if a bunch of people lost coins.

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April 03, 2014, 01:04:26 AM
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Stormia

I want the wallet that mints an wanna full open source.

We are the good people, its know on history that we were first.

Let also ask if any BC developer wanna work together with us in this project.

That will be neat and will be beneficcial for both coins.

And restore the peace with actions.

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April 03, 2014, 01:06:33 AM
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Update download link for Windows to version 1.7 on http://mintcoin-central.com/downloads - one out of 51 antivirus is suspicious about the files, all the others are either OK or not answering. Please notify me of Linux and Mac versions.

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April 03, 2014, 01:08:06 AM
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Let also ask if any BC developer wanna work together with us in this project.
That will be neat and will be beneficcial for both coins.
And restore the peace with actions.
I'd tend to agree. Please not this is my own opinion, not an official opinion.

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