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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1331894 times)
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April 27, 2014, 12:43:25 AM
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Mint supporters can find a saner environment here:   http://www.reddit.com/r/MintCoin/

Not trying to be offensive here but if you really think reddit has less trolls and manipulation,
think again.

Besides, there's mintcointalk, the forum.

Reddit is an important demo and should not be neglected by any coin team. 

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April 27, 2014, 12:59:24 AM
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OK I've had mintcoin for some time now and I've got the latest wallet 1.8, and 92k mint. The last time I saw any minting was 7th April. I know I have  relatively low amount of coin but shouldn't I see more minting than that?

Well for starts, the 7th of April was only 19 days ago so you've not reached the minimum of 20 days coin age yet. Secondly, with only 92K Mint, it may take a bit more than 20 days for you to find a block. As long as you leave your wallet open and unlocked, you are going to get new coins, it may just take a bit longer than expected, but it will happen.

You misunderstand me, that was the last time I minted coins, I have had coins in my wallet since 10th March 2014.  I had 3 minting transactions on 7th April.  But nothing since that.

No, I did not misunderstand you, you said the last time you saw your wallet mint new coins was the 7th of April, I explained that it was only 19 days ago.

Now you tell me that you had three mintings on the 7th of April and none since. Those three mintings would have been for different sets of "coin age" of coins in your wallet, and seeing as they all happened on the same day, then you will have to wait at least 20 days from the 7th of April to be able to mint again. Once your wallet mints again, they will almost certainly be in three transactions just like before.

You have to also remember that minting is not guaranteed to happen "Exactly" on the 20th day, because your wallet is acting as a "Solo Mining Rig" and has to actually mine new blocks of coins, just the same as if you had a mining rig trying to find blocks of coins.

Another thing, is that it is very advisable, that once your coin age reaches the 20 day period, and you want to mint coins, leave your wallet open and unlocked until it does mint new coins. Don't just open it and see that it's not minted any and think something is wrong, allow it to do the work needed to mint coins.
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April 27, 2014, 01:52:54 AM
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Latest update on the Android Wallet Bounty donations. Just a reminder that a few of you who have pledged Mintcoins towards these bounties have yet to send the coins the wallet address listed below. Please PM me when you do send the pledged coins....Thank You.

Should any of the features that you pledged Mintcoin to not be implemented into the wallet, those coins will be returned to you.

Bounties Offered from Developer:

    Basic Android Wallet for Phone and Tablets            5,000,000 Mintcoins
    PoS Coin Minting Feature                                    3,500,000 Mintcoins
    Battery Management Feature                              1,500,000 Mintcoins
   

Here's the community donations so far:

    stormia donated 209,721 Mintcoins (125,000 for basic wallet 50,000 for Minting Feature 25,000 for Battery Feature)
    Jeff Jefferson donated 300,000  Mintcoins (100,000 for basic wallet 150,000 for Minting Feature 50,000 for Battery Feature)
    moderndezigns donated 250,000 Mintcoins (150,000 or basic wallet 50,000 for Minting Feature and 50,000 for Battery Feature)
    WALKEN-COIN donated 100,000 Mintcoins towards the basic wallet
    mgburks77 donated 500,000 Mintcoins towards the added features (250,000 for Minting Feature and 250,000 for Battery Feature)
    zuepfi11 donated 300,000 Mintcoins (100,000 for basic wallet 100,000 for Minting Feature 100,000 for Battery Feature)
    guidosuller donated 101,100 Mintcoins (towards the basic wallet)
    luuupooo donated 250,000 Mintcoins (150,000 for basic wallet 100,000 for Minting Feature)
    kopam 500,000 Mintcoins (250,000 for basic wallet 150,000 for Minting Feature 100,000 for Battery Feature)


So total bounties so far are:

1: Basic Android Wallet for Phone and Tablets             6,085,821 Mintcoins

2: PoS Coin Minting Feature                                     4,350,000 Mintcoins

3: Battery Management Feature                                2,075,000 Mintcoins

David Latapie is the administrator of this wallet, so we know it will be in good hands. Thanks again for all the pledges so far, and if you want to add to the bounties, please PM me with the amount as well as to which features you want your bounty to go to, I will then add your name to the list below.

Donation Wallet Address:
MpCuSzv7wRCNsSUsf8nEkvVRN3Z32SQcy3


Here's the link to the post paspi made regarding his progress on the wallet, it is good news indeed.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=450381.msg6316310#msg6316310
 
Again, thank you all for the generous donations towards the development of the Android wallet.

Please be sure to PM me if you are going to be donating Mintcoins so that I am able
to keep track of who donated what.
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April 27, 2014, 02:26:19 AM
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Nice!
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April 27, 2014, 05:10:09 AM
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Finally a bit of movement.. hopefully we can get back to above 20 satoshi soon

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April 27, 2014, 05:13:52 AM
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I just upgraded to latest wallet 1.8
I am receiving following error when I launch the wallet.



The old wallet is working just fine. Any idea?

why so serious...?
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April 27, 2014, 06:48:29 AM
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I just upgraded to latest wallet 1.8
I am receiving following error when I launch the wallet.



The old wallet is working just fine. Any idea?

Looks like your blockchain data got corrupted. I suggest you to delete all but wallet.dat and your conf file if you have one. And then open the wallet to sync again.
This can happen to any coin and and as far as i know, theres no solution to that.
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April 27, 2014, 09:51:48 AM
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OK I've had mintcoin for some time now and I've got the latest wallet 1.8, and 92k mint. The last time I saw any minting was 7th April. I know I have  relatively low amount of coin but shouldn't I see more minting than that?
to make it a nicer amount i will send you 8000, to make it round.
just send me your address Smiley

Haha thank you very much

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have a look in your wallet
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OK I've had mintcoin for some time now and I've got the latest wallet 1.8, and 92k mint. The last time I saw any minting was 7th April. I know I have  relatively low amount of coin but shouldn't I see more minting than that?

Well for starts, the 7th of April was only 19 days ago so you've not reached the minimum of 20 days coin age yet. Secondly, with only 92K Mint, it may take a bit more than 20 days for you to find a block. As long as you leave your wallet open and unlocked, you are going to get new coins, it may just take a bit longer than expected, but it will happen.

You misunderstand me, that was the last time I minted coins, I have had coins in my wallet since 10th March 2014.  I had 3 minting transactions on 7th April.  But nothing since that.

No, I did not misunderstand you, you said the last time you saw your wallet mint new coins was the 7th of April, I explained that it was only 19 days ago.

Now you tell me that you had three mintings on the 7th of April and none since. Those three mintings would have been for different sets of "coin age" of coins in your wallet, and seeing as they all happened on the same day, then you will have to wait at least 20 days from the 7th of April to be able to mint again. Once your wallet mints again, they will almost certainly be in three transactions just like before.

You have to also remember that minting is not guaranteed to happen "Exactly" on the 20th day, because your wallet is acting as a "Solo Mining Rig" and has to actually mine new blocks of coins, just the same as if you had a mining rig trying to find blocks of coins.

Another thing, is that it is very advisable, that once your coin age reaches the 20 day period, and you want to mint coins, leave your wallet open and unlocked until it does mint new coins. Don't just open it and see that it's not minted any and think something is wrong, allow it to do the work needed to mint coins.

OK perhaps I'm not understanding the minting process correctly then.  I had an initial transaction on 10/3/14 and the had 3 minting transactions on 7/4/14, which now I've looked at it more closely only 1 was confirmed, 2 others have greyed out with question marks next to them.  So having minted once after 20 days it usually take another 20 days to mint again? does the 90k coin that is already in the wallet not have a chance to continue minting because its already over 20 days old? Or is there usually a gap of 20 days between each minting.  I'm sure I've seen pictures of wallets with minting every few days.  Also I was sure I had read on http://www.mintcointalk.com/index.php/topic,239.0.html that as long as you open the wallet within 20 days minting should occur even without you having to permanently have the wallet open ( its not locked either).  Currently I open it up every few days.. do I really need to just leave it open and running permanently to get it to mint?
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April 27, 2014, 09:54:27 AM
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just checking in on MINT. hope the mod ia ok
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April 27, 2014, 11:10:06 AM
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OK I've had mintcoin for some time now and I've got the latest wallet 1.8, and 92k mint. The last time I saw any minting was 7th April. I know I have  relatively low amount of coin but shouldn't I see more minting than that?

Well for starts, the 7th of April was only 19 days ago so you've not reached the minimum of 20 days coin age yet. Secondly, with only 92K Mint, it may take a bit more than 20 days for you to find a block. As long as you leave your wallet open and unlocked, you are going to get new coins, it may just take a bit longer than expected, but it will happen.

You misunderstand me, that was the last time I minted coins, I have had coins in my wallet since 10th March 2014.  I had 3 minting transactions on 7th April.  But nothing since that.

No, I did not misunderstand you, you said the last time you saw your wallet mint new coins was the 7th of April, I explained that it was only 19 days ago.

Now you tell me that you had three mintings on the 7th of April and none since. Those three mintings would have been for different sets of "coin age" of coins in your wallet, and seeing as they all happened on the same day, then you will have to wait at least 20 days from the 7th of April to be able to mint again. Once your wallet mints again, they will almost certainly be in three transactions just like before.

You have to also remember that minting is not guaranteed to happen "Exactly" on the 20th day, because your wallet is acting as a "Solo Mining Rig" and has to actually mine new blocks of coins, just the same as if you had a mining rig trying to find blocks of coins.

Another thing, is that it is very advisable, that once your coin age reaches the 20 day period, and you want to mint coins, leave your wallet open and unlocked until it does mint new coins. Don't just open it and see that it's not minted any and think something is wrong, allow it to do the work needed to mint coins.

OK perhaps I'm not understanding the minting process correctly then.  I had an initial transaction on 10/3/14 and the had 3 minting transactions on 7/4/14, which now I've looked at it more closely only 1 was confirmed, 2 others have greyed out with question marks next to them.  So having minted once after 20 days it usually take another 20 days to mint again? does the 90k coin that is already in the wallet not have a chance to continue minting because its already over 20 days old? Or is there usually a gap of 20 days between each minting.  I'm sure I've seen pictures of wallets with minting every few days.  Also I was sure I had read on http://www.mintcointalk.com/index.php/topic,239.0.html that as long as you open the wallet within 20 days minting should occur even without you having to permanently have the wallet open ( its not locked either).  Currently I open it up every few days.. do I really need to just leave it open and running permanently to get it to mint?

i read it as follows : you had a successfull minting at 7/4/14 over your initial transaction of 10/3/14 (the minting transactions with question marks are most likely failed attempts to mint). The coinage of that particular transaction was then reset and you have to wait another 20 days (more or less) from date 7/4/14. This means that your wallet (if open and unlocked) will try to mint again one of these days as the coinage is now again approaching +20 days. Just leave it open for today and tomorrow and look at the incoming minting transactions and yr stake. With your low amount of coins there is a chance you will again see some failed mint transactions before you see one actually confirmed. Hope this clears it up. There is also a newer version of the wallet available that gives some clear indications if yr coins are old enough to mint and how much time it needs to mint .. its a couple post up and its from Kergekoin (trustwearthy) :

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https://www.dropbox.com/s/ys3qsvu18lv10vc/MintCoin.zip  

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April 27, 2014, 12:43:42 PM
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not trying to be negative cause im believing in the coin, that's why im still on the boat, but the price hasn't stopped falling since...ever?
not seeing a bright future ahead....
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April 27, 2014, 12:52:04 PM
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This thread is as dead as Mintcoin.

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Hi,

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April 27, 2014, 01:27:32 PM
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This thread is as dead as Mintcoin.
not trying to be negative cause im believing in the coin, that's why im still on the boat, but the price hasn't stopped falling since...ever?
not seeing a bright future ahead....
haha looks like someone spent some money.. idiot ^^

Looks to me like someone foolishly tried to pump MINT and a bagholder saw it as a golden opportunity to dump their holdings.

Lesson learned: you can't pump a lead balloon.

I had to take a bit of a break from this forum for a while because of posts like these...

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April 27, 2014, 01:34:24 PM
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Has anyone had a problem after upgrading wallet where it shows all your transactions in the history, but your coin values are way off?  

I just upgraded upgraded to 1.8 when I got back in town before trying to track down a missing transaction. It later came in fine after I deleted all files but wallet.dat and re-synced with the new wallet, but my values are now off by more than 50%.  I dumped everything to excel to calculate and checked the block chain.  Everything looks right to my untrained eye, but it is like the wallet is not doing the math.

If this is not the right area for this, let me know and I will post there.  

Thanks in advance and a finders fee for anyone solving this, in Mint of course!

Here are the addresses I use:
MfhsE5MFAwj9u2d9kKfzkMNgQdAj7XpLWJ
Mmbhv3vyBp6L97tLr8ktaGKwR8ZMMviqsP
MaicuLFNc6TRPL8SdVHSoJdQbsHJrJXRgi
McRnywRT8eNmA7PJKy5xyBENTyAw4oT5hw
MfSEcDKXJVXH7FhfkLvYg6diosiHFzNCK3
MYCdz2U2irH55CoVaBK6BfVQG3sRTjpepV
Mj33dHeh6WnQxMWcsHEs9Cz6KBGFSgZJ46

wallet says 4,069,698 history says a little over 10
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April 27, 2014, 01:39:00 PM
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One thing I wonder about is if the FBI or people at Fincen.gov are monitoring these boards and markets. I'm pretty sure they are and will be interesting to see what the future brings. I myself will welcome regulation

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April 27, 2014, 02:05:54 PM
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Has anyone had a problem after upgrading wallet where it shows all your transactions in the history, but your coin values are way off?  

I just upgraded upgraded to 1.8 when I got back in town before trying to track down a missing transaction. It later came in fine after I deleted all files but wallet.dat and re-synced with the new wallet, but my values are now off by more than 50%.  I dumped everything to excel to calculate and checked the block chain.  Everything looks right to my untrained eye, but it is like the wallet is not doing the math.

If this is not the right area for this, let me know and I will post there.  

Thanks in advance and a finders fee for anyone solving this, in Mint of course!

Here are the addresses I use:
MfhsE5MFAwj9u2d9kKfzkMNgQdAj7XpLWJ
Mmbhv3vyBp6L97tLr8ktaGKwR8ZMMviqsP
MaicuLFNc6TRPL8SdVHSoJdQbsHJrJXRgi
McRnywRT8eNmA7PJKy5xyBENTyAw4oT5hw
MfSEcDKXJVXH7FhfkLvYg6diosiHFzNCK3
MYCdz2U2irH55CoVaBK6BfVQG3sRTjpepV
Mj33dHeh6WnQxMWcsHEs9Cz6KBGFSgZJ46

wallet says 4,069,698 history says a little over 10
Is the total amount reported by the wallet incorrect, or when you dump transactions? I checked your addresses from blockchain explorer, you should have 10,468,458 MINT (plus some remainders)

Open debug window, type "getbalance". That should be same with what wallet reports on main window.

From the same window, type "checkwallet". If it reports any missing/extra funds, type "repairwallet". These should fix it. (Get a backup of wallet.dat before "repairwallet" just in case)

MINT: MdPQhsGufjm5AXYkHebbnF2A155xDqVfK7
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April 27, 2014, 02:42:59 PM
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Thank you!  I followed your instructions and it worked perfectly!!  Here is the output:

10:29:47

{
"mismatched spent coins" : 130,
"amount in question" : 6407839.77909400
}


10:30:15

repairwallet


10:30:25

{
"mismatched spent coins" : 130,
"amount affected by repair" : 6407839.77909400
}
Your mint reward is on the way. 100K Smiley  Update: as soon as it finishes syncing

P.S. I don't know if you noticed on Mj33dHeh6WnQxMWcsHEs9Cz6KBGFSgZJ46  Mintpal put the coins in and seemingly took them back on the same block on 2 occasions, but they seem to have stuck in my wallet.  Strange.
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