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April 07, 2014, 10:12:02 PM
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Mint Coin Devs, Coin Control integration into the wallet would be a plus.

http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control

I agree, that would be a very nice feature.

If no one is doing it yet, then i could integrate it when i get some free time.
Together with little testing it takes about half a day probably.
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April 07, 2014, 10:24:32 PM
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Mint Coin Devs, Coin Control integration into the wallet would be a plus.

http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control

I agree, that would be a very nice feature.

If no one is doing it yet, then i could integrate it when i get some free time.
Together with little testing it takes about half a day probably.

That would be amazing. Please do!

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April 07, 2014, 10:27:21 PM
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Mint Coin Devs, Coin Control integration into the wallet would be a plus.

http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control

I agree, that would be a very nice feature.

If no one is doing it yet, then i could integrate it when i get some free time.
Together with little testing it takes about half a day probably.

I had talked to the Developer about this some time ago, and it would take a hard fork for it to be implemented, and hard forks are not something a coin wants.

The minting of coins is not effected by coins being sent/spent from your wallet. This is a screen shot of one of my wallets, that clearly shows minting taking place just a few days after sending 25K Mintcoins to another wallet.




It minted new coins again just days after the first minting, so this really isn't a problem.
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April 07, 2014, 10:32:48 PM
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Does anyone see this coin making it above 20 sat. Considering reinvesting possibly.

Yes. And considering we where the first fast distribution POS coin. we have a great community and whe are focus on bringin real economy to the coin.

Buy a Bitcoin at 15 sat and in 3, 4 months you will see.

The others fasts POS coin is still in the pump phase, we already passed that and our grown is organical.

Theres a bright future for mint

You are kidding, right? The whole discussion here seems too amateurish according to me. Where is really that "great" MINT community? All I see is 2-3 salesmen talking about rockets and the moon a couple of times, 2-3 zealots and 2-3 trolls. All bored right now to even write here because currently the whole thing is a stalemate. ECC will be next, then the next one and goes on. And MINT will celebrate when it goes from 12 to 16 sat for half a day and then back to 13. Since I really care about MINT I still have a few observations:

1) I wrote it a while ago and I consider it 100% valid still
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Regarding MINT coin ... I believe that MINT coin team is covering in an excellent manner the mid and long term goals for the
coin. I mean, all these merchants ... wow !!! But, the short term is somehow lost. For now, the price is important for 2 main reasons:
First reason is that value creates interest. The trading volume right now is embarrassing. More people will join if they see possible gains. Second reason is that value creates value. I mean, how important is for me to have the possibility to buy a PC with MINTs if my MINTs worth nothing?
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2) The reaction of the devs during the latest fork was a bit discouraging. Too slow reaction according to me. However, this is acceptable. We are humans. But the reaction of the community was hilarious. Without showing any knowledge at all, they "defended" the "almighty MINT code" without asking concrete explanations and quick fix. Hell, I am not an expect but it was too obvious that there was a problem. In fact, I think that there is still some problem because the wallet does not behave normally, but that's another story.

3) The "voting" on lovecrypto. I know that this is minor, but still ... 2.67 BTCs thrown to buy votes for nothing Huh Guys please, use these BTCs for supporting MINT, buy some MINT, fund some projects but do not throw them for nothing. What to prove there? That MINT community is stronger? I have news for you. Currently it is not. Because crypto is too young and the people follow the hype. They will not stay to watch the paint dry.

Just my opinion, honestly spoken, without trying to to say what someone should do. I say once more that I invested equally on both PoS coins and that stands still, so I would like to see both of them thrive.

I agree with everything you have to say here.  I came in here telling everyone that we should get this security hole fixed and all I got were the 2-3 salesman, 2-3 zealots just making numerous posts just to bury what I was saying.  These 6 people should focus and try to build the community instead of just waving poms poms to hide everytime the slightest thing negative thing happens.  There's usually no activity until the something negative happens and out comes all these people.

What happens next is a mention of BC, re-hashing a bunch of positive things and your post is hopefully forgotten.  They hate people mentioning BC but either the 2-3 salesman or 2-3 zealots bring it up first.

Now the mint team keep mentioning things happening in the background... why the background? Bring it to the foreground or atleast bring something to the foreground.  

These 4-6 people just stick their head in the ground and instead of strengthening the community they weaken it.

Here are some topics that will actually help mintcoin instead of burying our posts:

1) what happened to that multipool we funded as a community?  anyone have any news on that? another scam?
2) what are some upcoming news that we can be looking forward to?
3) some wallet suggestions that help us separate from other coins.
"I came in here telling everyone that we should get this security hole fixed and all I got were the 2-3 salesman, 2-3 zealots just making numerous posts just to bury what I was saying. "

The dev team was working on the issue before anybody came in here screaming warnings. There was no need for the continued reminder of what was going on, it was already being fixed. You may have noticed there were quite a few people coming in here with their "warnings" even after the problem was already being addressed, I would guess most of these people were not interested in the problem being fixed at all but rather at the opportunity to try and use the issue to scare people. There is no point to continually "warning" people of something they are already aware of and working on (not saying everybody on the thread was completely aware or understanding of what was going on, but the dev clearly was and had it fixed within a relatively quick time). If nobody had came in here "warning" people, it would have gotten quietly fixed and it would have been as if it never happened...

"Now the mint team keep mentioning things happening in the background... why the background?"

My guess: because other coins/people steal/crush ideas.

"1) what happened to that multipool we funded as a community?  anyone have any news on that? another scam?"

This is a good question. That multipool has been due back on for a while now, not sure where the person went who was supposed to be setting it up. He did disappear somewhat mysteriously. Possibly a scam. Not sure what you mean by "another" scam, though? On the bright side, a better multipool is available that pays out in Mint: https://hashco.ws/news/

"2) what are some upcoming news that we can be looking forward to?"

You, like me, will have to wait to find this out, because as previously mentioned things are being worked on in the background. But as has been already touched on, some of the things to keep an eye out for are: New wallet capabilities/platforms, MintCoin Fund, marketing campaign, VoS exchange.

"3) some wallet suggestions that help us separate from other coins."

broken_pixel and kergekoin mention a coin control function, which would be nice and I think should be implemented if possible. Although, as beaverslayer points out it might require a hardfork and may not be worth it. I can think of some other possibilities but I don't know if they are being considered atm.
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April 07, 2014, 10:49:04 PM
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Why would integrating a wallet feature create a hard fork? Wallet Control is not part of the algorithm of the coin. HBN was not hard forked for the wallet feature, Tranz added wallet control to newer HBN wallets. Please correct me if I am wrong.

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April 07, 2014, 10:55:48 PM
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Why would integrating a wallet feature create a hard fork? Wallet Control is not part of the algorithm of the coin. HBN was not hard forked for the wallet feature, Tranz added wallet control to newer HBN wallets. Please correct me if I am wrong.

Kergekoin?

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"I came in here telling everyone that we should get this security hole fixed and all I got were the 2-3 salesman, 2-3 zealots just making numerous posts just to bury what I was saying. "

The dev team was working on the issue before anybody came in here screaming warnings. There was no need for the continued reminder of what was going on, it was already being fixed. You may have noticed there were quite a few people coming in here with their "warnings" even after the problem was already being addressed, I would guess most of these people were not interested in the problem being fixed at all but rather at the opportunity to try and use the issue to scare people. There is no point to continually "warning" people of something they are already aware of and working on (not saying everybody on the thread was completely aware or understanding of what was going on, but the dev clearly was and had it fixed within a relatively quick time). If nobody had came in here "warning" people, it would have gotten quietly fixed and it would have been as if it never happened...

"Now the mint team keep mentioning things happening in the background... why the background?"

My guess: because other coins/people steal/crush ideas.

"1) what happened to that multipool we funded as a community?  anyone have any news on that? another scam?"

This is a good question. That multipool has been due back on for a while now, not sure where the person went who was supposed to be setting it up. He did disappear somewhat mysteriously. Possibly a scam. Not sure what you mean by "another" scam, though? On the bright side, a better multipool is available that pays out in Mint: [Suspicious link removed]/news/

"2) what are some upcoming news that we can be looking forward to?"

You, like me, will have to wait to find this out, because as previously mentioned things are being worked on in the background. But as has been already touched on, some of the things to keep an eye out for are: New wallet capabilities/platforms, MintCoin Fund, marketing campaign, VoS exchange.

"3) some wallet suggestions that help us separate from other coins."

broken_pixel and kergekoin mention a coin control function, which would be nice and I think should be implemented if possible. Although, as beaverslayer points out it might require a hardfork and may not be worth it. I can think of some other possibilities but I don't know if they are being considered atm.


I know memory is a finnicky thing, but you can easily go back and check my post.  Before I posted the community didn't even acknowledge there was a problem, it wasn't until a couple of hours until we even got an official statement.  The coin was successfully attacked and no one in the community heard anything from the devs/leadership.  You still hadn't even decided if there was an issue at the time.  It wasn't until there was a fix before some of the zealots+cheerleaders acknowledged there even was an issue as some of you still don't even think anything of it.

All I asked for was more transparency, or more leadership involvment.  Everything is done behind the scenes while you look at some other successful coins where everything is out in the open.

Another user has come forward with the same issues I have, but I guess we're in the minority here. All I see is our price slipping (the buy walls are slipping and they're not all real), while clone coins are coming up from behind us.

P.S. we're talking about BC again?
P.P.S.  I don't think they started working on it until an official statement went out.  So I think they only took a couple of hours instead of the 3 days since it was a known issue to resolve it.
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April 08, 2014, 12:06:27 AM
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IMPORTANT - were we supposed to delete the blockchain files or just the files in the QT folder when upgrading to 1.7? Getting conflicting answers here... Please advise
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April 08, 2014, 12:07:30 AM
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"I came in here telling everyone that we should get this security hole fixed and all I got were the 2-3 salesman, 2-3 zealots just making numerous posts just to bury what I was saying. "

The dev team was working on the issue before anybody came in here screaming warnings. There was no need for the continued reminder of what was going on, it was already being fixed. You may have noticed there were quite a few people coming in here with their "warnings" even after the problem was already being addressed, I would guess most of these people were not interested in the problem being fixed at all but rather at the opportunity to try and use the issue to scare people. There is no point to continually "warning" people of something they are already aware of and working on (not saying everybody on the thread was completely aware or understanding of what was going on, but the dev clearly was and had it fixed within a relatively quick time). If nobody had came in here "warning" people, it would have gotten quietly fixed and it would have been as if it never happened...

"Now the mint team keep mentioning things happening in the background... why the background?"

My guess: because other coins/people steal/crush ideas.

"1) what happened to that multipool we funded as a community?  anyone have any news on that? another scam?"

This is a good question. That multipool has been due back on for a while now, not sure where the person went who was supposed to be setting it up. He did disappear somewhat mysteriously. Possibly a scam. Not sure what you mean by "another" scam, though? On the bright side, a better multipool is available that pays out in Mint: [Suspicious link removed]/news/

"2) what are some upcoming news that we can be looking forward to?"

You, like me, will have to wait to find this out, because as previously mentioned things are being worked on in the background. But as has been already touched on, some of the things to keep an eye out for are: New wallet capabilities/platforms, MintCoin Fund, marketing campaign, VoS exchange.

"3) some wallet suggestions that help us separate from other coins."

broken_pixel and kergekoin mention a coin control function, which would be nice and I think should be implemented if possible. Although, as beaverslayer points out it might require a hardfork and may not be worth it. I can think of some other possibilities but I don't know if they are being considered atm.


I know memory is a finnicky thing, but you can easily go back and check my post.  Before I posted the community didn't even acknowledge there was a problem, it wasn't until a couple of hours until we even got an official statement.  The coin was successfully attacked and no one in the community heard anything from the devs/leadership.  You still hadn't even decided if there was an issue at the time.  It wasn't until there was a fix before some of the zealots+cheerleaders acknowledged there even was an issue as some of you still don't even think anything of it.

All I asked for was more transparency, or more leadership involvment.  Everything is done behind the scenes while you look at some other successful coins where everything is out in the open.

Another user has come forward with the same issues I have, but I guess we're in the minority here. All I see is our price slipping (the buy walls are slipping and they're not all real), while clone coins are coming up from behind us.

P.S. we're talking about BC again?
P.P.S.  I don't think they started working on it until an official statement went out.  So I think they only took a couple of hours instead of the 3 days since it was a known issue to resolve it.


"You still hadn't even decided if there was an issue at the time."
If by you, you mean the members of the community who are non-technical yet vocal like myself then you are correct. But the dev was already working on it at this time. Like I said before, if nobody had posted in the Mint thread then nobody would have been jumping to conclusions, pointing fingers, or acting like it wasn't a problem because it would have simply been quietly fixed and addressed after the problem was fixed (which is how the whole thing SHOULD have been handled. The dev should have been the only person contacted. I still think it was wrong for people from BC to spread the issue as much as they did, if there is a potential security flaw the last thing you want is to tell everybody so they can freak out about it or try to take advantage of it when it was as easy of a fix as it was).

"All I asked for was more transparency, or more leadership involvment"
I am not the person to provide this as I am not involved on that level, and nobody is obligated to do so. It might help cause some preemptive "hype" in the short term, but how does telling people what is happening before it actually happens going to benefit anybody in the long run? It only provides an opportunity for the idea to be stolen or kicked into the dirt. Or allows for people to prepare for a pump or pre-pump based on the hype. And I am not so sure how this coin is any less transparent than others... Android wallet, MintCoin Fund, advertising campaign have all recently been addressed. Bunch of new merchants added today... If you are looking for a hype machine I think you know where to look.

"P.P.S.  I don't think they started working on it until an official statement went out.  So I think they only took a couple of hours instead of the 3 days since it was a known issue to resolve it."
How can you assume they didn't start working on it until the official statement went out?
3 days since the issue was known? The day after the issue occurred it was fixed. I think you are referring to when rat4 first posted that thread with a different issue, he did not add the 2nd issue or carry out the attack until later.

"P.S. we're talking about BC again?"
Yes we were because IconicExpert, the PR representative from BC, decided to stop by. How nice an interaction that was...  

"All I see is our price slipping (the buy walls are slipping and they're not all real), while clone coins are coming up from behind us."
The price appears to be holding steady around 14 sat, which is impressive considering the amount of FUD that his been going around lately. What clone coin are you speaking of? ECC is down to 4 sat today. Edit: nvm its back up to 5 Wink

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April 08, 2014, 12:11:15 AM
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IMPORTANT - were we supposed to delete the blockchain files or just the files in the QT folder when upgrading to 1.7? Getting conflicting answers here... Please advise

If you are updating now you will have to do a clean install. That means backup your wallet.dat to a safe location, and delete everything mintcoin. When you get the new wallet, place your back up in the appdata folder and launch.

There is a .conf file in the new wallet, don't use unofficial sources for your wallet : http://mintcoin.cc/download-wallet/

Edit: To find your appdata folder- Click Windows button on left bottom of screen and put this in search box: %APPDATA%/MintCoin

That's the easy way imo

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April 08, 2014, 12:20:49 AM
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IMPORTANT - were we supposed to delete the blockchain files or just the files in the QT folder when upgrading to 1.7? Getting conflicting answers here... Please advise

If you are updating now you will have to do a clean install. That means backup your wallet.dat to a safe location, and delete everything mintcoin. When you get the new wallet, place your back up in the appdata folder and launch.

There is a .conf file in the new wallet, don't use unofficial sources for your wallet : http://mintcoin.cc/download-wallet/

Edit: To find your appdata folder- Click Windows button on left bottom of screen and put this in search box: %APPDATA%/MintCoin

That's the easy way imo

+1. Does the .conf need to be edited? I'm a bit confused about the adding nodes part, myself. I haven't added any additional nodes and I've been minting fine.
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April 08, 2014, 12:26:17 AM
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IMPORTANT - were we supposed to delete the blockchain files or just the files in the QT folder when upgrading to 1.7? Getting conflicting answers here... Please advise

If you are updating now you will have to do a clean install. That means backup your wallet.dat to a safe location, and delete everything mintcoin. When you get the new wallet, place your back up in the appdata folder and launch.

There is a .conf file in the new wallet, don't use unofficial sources for your wallet : http://mintcoin.cc/download-wallet/

Edit: To find your appdata folder- Click Windows button on left bottom of screen and put this in search box: %APPDATA%/MintCoin

That's the easy way imo

+1. Does the .conf need to be edited? I'm a bit confused about the adding nodes part, myself. I haven't added any additional nodes and I've been minting fine.

I didn't add nodes either...doing fine. If people want to add nodes they can find them here:  http://www.reddit.com/r/MintCoin/comments/22awns/please_upgrade_to_17_asap/

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April 08, 2014, 12:30:38 AM
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First off, IconicExpert is not a PR representative of BlackCoin at all. He has claimed to have set up a press release for Wednesday but that's it. He is his own man.

Secondly, you guys sound like a pack of middle-schoolers whining about the more popular kid that got picked first. Have you ever thought there might be a reason (Besides a fluke, conspiracy, and/or witchcraft) that BlackCoin has done so consistently well? Where there's smoke there's usually fire.

Do you think BlackCoin is a scam? Good for you! You don't have to spend your precious pennies on it! The cream, whether BC or Mint, rises to the top eventually. There's no need to stir the pot.

At this point, I would say let's take a look at the percentage change of the worth of each coin in the next month and then have a gloating/crying thread.

Stir the pot? really is that what you call all this. We both know what you guys have been up to. Not just stirring but blending. The funny thing is that BC is very easy to manipulate and sometimes people are even easier. Right?
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First off, IconicExpert is not a PR representative of BlackCoin at all. He has claimed to have set up a press release for Wednesday but that's it. He is his own man.

Secondly, you guys sound like a pack of middle-schoolers whining about the more popular kid that got picked first. Have you ever thought there might be a reason (Besides a fluke, conspiracy, and witchcraft) that BlackCoin has done so consistently well? Where there's smoke there's usually fire.

Do you think BlackCoin is a scam? Good for you! You don't have to spend your precious pennies on it! The cream, whether BC or Mint, rises to the top eventually. There's no need to stir the pot.

At this point, I would say let's take a look at the percentage change of the worth of each coin in the next month and then have a gloating/crying thread.

Why are you here? To start another mud-fight now that the last has died down? Really, can you guys stop spamming this thread already...  I have some blackcoin, I have some mintcoins. Looks like I will win either way. The reason I stick with the MintCoin community is because we aren't a bunch of mercenaries and because in addition to profits we are working towards goals for the greater good.
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April 08, 2014, 12:38:23 AM
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Ok then, I'll stay out and let you guys do whatever it is you are doing. Please do the same for the BlackCoin thread (Sockpuppets included) Smiley

P.S. Good luck guys!
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April 08, 2014, 12:39:38 AM
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Great post. Also, I hear a group of Wall Street associates will be buying Mintcoin all day tomorrow until we reach 100 Satoshi.  Cheesy  Wink

Enjoy: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=469640.msg6117347#msg6117347

Enjoy this:  http://www.snopes.com/fraud/advancefee/nigeria.asp

Your shouldn't be comparing Mintcoin to a Nigerian scam, Nigerian scams are not as bad as  Mintcoin.

See you at 10000 sat...

PS: Maybe ill buy some Mintcoin so I can help your volume go above 9.5 BTC Smiley

Just report him. Although, this is just another signifier of how dirty some of the people behind BC really are.


Report me for what? You have no clue what you are talking about. He made an unprovoked negative comment about something I posted earlier. You guys need to stop playing the victim and focus on whatever it is you are doing. We do not post "crap" about Mintcoin in the BC thread. No offense but you guys are not on our radar. However, you guys consistently have something to say about BC and/or it's community.

ha ha not on your radar? why are you here?
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April 08, 2014, 12:43:51 AM
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Ok then, I'll stay out and let you guys do whatever it is you are doing. Please do the same for the BlackCoin thread (Sockpuppets included) Smiley

P.S. Good luck guys!

Thanks, buddy! You too!

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April 08, 2014, 12:47:31 AM
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Please help me, plese help me. thanks.


   I have a problem about the stake of mintcoin. My wallet can not have the stake for about ten days.
 
  
   I have check the address at:http://mint.blockx.info/get/address/MqZLAkhN6gK6LAyt4ULB1kK9HnYWAdrkVi
 
   it is as follows:
   Transaction   Block   Approx. Time   Amount   Balance   Currency
09345e1997...   66289   2014-03-01 03:25:35   399999.8   399999.8   MINT
663594885d...   81412   2014-03-04 14:43:14   10000   409999.8   MINT
d5dec03664...   84456   2014-03-05 07:49:20   100000   509999.8   MINT
cbded89d57...   86590   2014-03-05 19:32:14   50000   559999.8   MINT
22eb78c47b...   94129   2014-03-07 13:42:51   0.9366   560000.7366   MINT
a3bb34b9e0...   94236   2014-03-07 14:16:33   525111   1085111.7366   MINT
a055188cc6...   133102   2014-03-16 14:08:01   4.5038   1085116.2404   MINT
2a920185f6...   158096   2014-03-22 08:43:07   202325.48   1287441.7204   MINT
2a920185f6...   158096   2014-03-22 08:43:07   202325.481643   1489767.202043   MINT
2a920185f6...   158096   2014-03-22 08:43:07   (399999.Cool   1089767.402043   MINT
b107cafd30...   176130   2014-03-26 12:15:27   50580.4   1140347.802043   MINT
b107cafd30...   176130   2014-03-26 12:15:27   50580.418082   1190928.220125   MINT
b107cafd30...   176130   2014-03-26 12:15:27   (100000)   1090928.220125   MINT
17d1d374ca...   181869   2014-03-27 20:06:46   265467.95   1356396.170125   MINT
17d1d374ca...   181869   2014-03-27 20:06:46   265467.955205   1621864.12533   MINT
17d1d374ca...   181869   2014-03-27 20:06:46   (525111)   1096753.12533   MINT
fdf7e6e3f0...   183481   2014-03-28 02:23:21   5064.35   1101817.47533   MINT
fdf7e6e3f0...   183481   2014-03-28 02:23:21   5064.350821   1106881.826151   MINT
fdf7e6e3f0...   183481   2014-03-28 02:23:21   (10000)   1096881.826151   MINT
fbe49950af...   188795   2014-03-29 08:23:07   25322.4   1122204.226151   MINT
fbe49950af...   188795   2014-03-29 08:23:07   25322.405479   1147526.63163   MINT

fbe49950af...   188795   2014-03-29 08:23:07   (50000)   1097526.63163   MINT

  you see the red line, it shows the transactions, but when I chick the hash, it shows:
  Outputs
Index   Redeemed at input   Amount   To address   ScriptPubKey
0   Not yet redeemed   0   Unknown   
1   Not yet redeemed   25322.4   MqZLAkhN6gK6LAyt4ULB1kK9HnYWAdrkVi   33:0232...50a0 CHECKSIG
2   Not yet redeemed   25322.405479   MqZLAkhN6gK6LAyt4ULB1kK9HnYWAdrkVi   33:0232...50a0 CHECKSIG
 
   it says that the transactions are redeemed, and my wallet do not show the transactions.
 
   I want to know what happened to my wallet, I have not received the stake for about ten days. I am a lover of mintcoin, but now  I am so sad.
 
  
  Please help me.
 
  thanks.

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Please help me, plese help me. thanks.


   I have a problem about the stake of mintcoin. My wallet can not have the stake for about ten days.
 
  
   I have check the address at:http://mint.blockx.info/get/address/MqZLAkhN6gK6LAyt4ULB1kK9HnYWAdrkVi
 
   it is as follows:
   Transaction   Block   Approx. Time   Amount   Balance   Currency
09345e1997...   66289   2014-03-01 03:25:35   399999.8   399999.8   MINT
663594885d...   81412   2014-03-04 14:43:14   10000   409999.8   MINT
d5dec03664...   84456   2014-03-05 07:49:20   100000   509999.8   MINT
cbded89d57...   86590   2014-03-05 19:32:14   50000   559999.8   MINT
22eb78c47b...   94129   2014-03-07 13:42:51   0.9366   560000.7366   MINT
a3bb34b9e0...   94236   2014-03-07 14:16:33   525111   1085111.7366   MINT
a055188cc6...   133102   2014-03-16 14:08:01   4.5038   1085116.2404   MINT
2a920185f6...   158096   2014-03-22 08:43:07   202325.48   1287441.7204   MINT
2a920185f6...   158096   2014-03-22 08:43:07   202325.481643   1489767.202043   MINT
2a920185f6...   158096   2014-03-22 08:43:07   (399999.Cool   1089767.402043   MINT
b107cafd30...   176130   2014-03-26 12:15:27   50580.4   1140347.802043   MINT
b107cafd30...   176130   2014-03-26 12:15:27   50580.418082   1190928.220125   MINT
b107cafd30...   176130   2014-03-26 12:15:27   (100000)   1090928.220125   MINT
17d1d374ca...   181869   2014-03-27 20:06:46   265467.95   1356396.170125   MINT
17d1d374ca...   181869   2014-03-27 20:06:46   265467.955205   1621864.12533   MINT
17d1d374ca...   181869   2014-03-27 20:06:46   (525111)   1096753.12533   MINT
fdf7e6e3f0...   183481   2014-03-28 02:23:21   5064.35   1101817.47533   MINT
fdf7e6e3f0...   183481   2014-03-28 02:23:21   5064.350821   1106881.826151   MINT
fdf7e6e3f0...   183481   2014-03-28 02:23:21   (10000)   1096881.826151   MINT
fbe49950af...   188795   2014-03-29 08:23:07   25322.4   1122204.226151   MINT
fbe49950af...   188795   2014-03-29 08:23:07   25322.405479   1147526.63163   MINT

fbe49950af...   188795   2014-03-29 08:23:07   (50000)   1097526.63163   MINT

  you see the red line, it shows the transactions, but when I chick the hash, it shows:
  Outputs
Index   Redeemed at input   Amount   To address   ScriptPubKey
0   Not yet redeemed   0   Unknown   
1   Not yet redeemed   25322.4   MqZLAkhN6gK6LAyt4ULB1kK9HnYWAdrkVi   33:0232...50a0 CHECKSIG
2   Not yet redeemed   25322.405479   MqZLAkhN6gK6LAyt4ULB1kK9HnYWAdrkVi   33:0232...50a0 CHECKSIG
 
   it says that the transactions are redeemed, and my wallet do not show the transactions.
 
   I want to know what happened to my wallet, I have not received the stake for about ten days. I am a lover of mintcoin, but now  I am so sad.
 
   Now in china, there are two much bigger QQ groups about mintcoin, and the creator of one QQ group is me. At begin, when I can not receive the stake, I am confident, and I hope the problem is solved quickly to gain confidence about mintcoin.
 
  Please help me.
 
  thanks.

Should probably wait for somebody more technical to respond, but I will give it a go for now.

It appears these transactions look a lot like how my minted blocks look (same input address as output addresses). Here is one of your transactions: http://i.imgur.com/0NH8dgn.png

and here is one of mine that corresponds to a minted block that was orphaned: http://i.imgur.com/E7DWU4g.png
my wallet showing the minted orphan block: http://i.imgur.com/FSskfH6.png

As you can see, the output values listed for the transaction (in my case 53152.23 and 53152.232011) do not match the actual amount that was being minted on the block (1199.115068). If you look at the total in: 105105.346943 and total out: 106304.462011, the difference between these values (1199.115068) is the amount that was being minted in that block (also the same value as the "fee"). Is it possible that you have a minted (orphan or not) block that corresponds to these transactions? The amount would be 644.805479 for the transaction of yours that I show above.

Sorry if I did not understand the problem/question correctly :/

Edit: Also, the two transactions/blocks you have highlighted are actually the same transaction/block it looks like.
So it looks like you should have either a successfully minted block or an orphaned block with a value of 644.805479
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April 08, 2014, 01:37:54 AM
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I always find it easier to get an answer to a question on the Reddit subforum:  http://www.reddit.com/r/MintCoin/

A lot less noise, and many questions have already been answered. Check it out.

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