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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1332854 times)
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May 03, 2014, 08:34:14 PM
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Nothing related to minting parameters in source code has changed. If anyone would try to change minting values, it would lead to fork, because those blocks would be rejected by main chain.
That is one of the reasons why cryptocoins are secure and safe. No one can abuse the code and end up with more coins than others.


Yet the wallet has minted 15% less coins. I'll see what happens on 1.8 throughout the day


I'm not making any accusations that someone monkeyed with the code, I'm just wondering why I have received less with the 1.9.1 wallet. As I said before, I'm using 1.8 again and got 2 mint transactions right away so I've compromised any comparison between minting ability of the two wallets.

Let's see what others say
I am pretty sure that you just need to leave your wallet open longer and the coins will eventually come through. The coins tend to get split up with the timing of trying to find blocks because exact timing is changed when you mint. I think what happened in your cases is that when you switched to version 1.8 you turned your wallets off briefly, and by doing this you consolidated your coin age/weight "timing" together and helped you find a block shortly after.

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May 03, 2014, 08:35:45 PM
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Hey can anyone help me out im trying to not trade my stake coins and only trade the coins i minted. Is there a command in console to save X amount of coins for stake only and not for trade?

You can simply use coin control features to select the newest inputs and use them for your transfer.

Oh I see thank you, I wish minted coins could be received by a designated address so wouldnt stack ontop of already staking coins to help differentiate.

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May 03, 2014, 09:58:15 PM
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A lot of people are asking about the staking process. The "estimate" you are seeing displayed from the wallet should be taken about as seriously as Nostradamus' predictions. If you have a very small number of coins it is possible you will never stake or that it will take an extremely long time (weeks or months) for you to stake. If you want to stake faster, use coin control to combine your coins so they aren't spread out into many chunks attempting to all stake separately. Large chunks = more weight = faster staking.
How is the shown weight calculated? I know only a single transaction can become coinstake, and wallet searches through all eligible transactions while minting. If I have multiple eligible transactions, which weight does it show, total weight?

I believe it should show the weight for whichever chunk of coins in your wallet has the greatest likelihood of staking first.

My weight = 11 604 167
Network weight = 52 973 580
Expected time to earn reward = 2 minutes

Wallet open 24/7
Didn't stake in 2 days
It says 2 minutes all the time..

Still no stake. Closed and re-opened wallet a couple of times, it still say 2 minutes to reward.
Before i installed 1.9 i staked 2-3 times every hour.
Whats wrong..??

Mintcoin: MsFGc9atNN6DddEsQHiq7MgDieoSLwtmg5
InformationCoin: Je4ZhmQBSd68oZ7CeXWMrWEsyprTXAVFuX
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May 03, 2014, 10:57:39 PM
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A lot of people are asking about the staking process. The "estimate" you are seeing displayed from the wallet should be taken about as seriously as Nostradamus' predictions. If you have a very small number of coins it is possible you will never stake or that it will take an extremely long time (weeks or months) for you to stake. If you want to stake faster, use coin control to combine your coins so they aren't spread out into many chunks attempting to all stake separately. Large chunks = more weight = faster staking.
How is the shown weight calculated? I know only a single transaction can become coinstake, and wallet searches through all eligible transactions while minting. If I have multiple eligible transactions, which weight does it show, total weight?

I believe it should show the weight for whichever chunk of coins in your wallet has the greatest likelihood of staking first.

My weight = 11 604 167
Network weight = 52 973 580
Expected time to earn reward = 2 minutes

Wallet open 24/7
Didn't stake in 2 days
It says 2 minutes all the time..

Still no stake. Closed and re-opened wallet a couple of times, it still say 2 minutes to reward.
Before i installed 1.9 i staked 2-3 times every hour.
Whats wrong..??

repairwallet true in debug console and keep your wallet open all day.

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May 03, 2014, 11:00:50 PM
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Still no stake. Closed and re-opened wallet a couple of times, it still say 2 minutes to reward.
Before i installed 1.9 i staked 2-3 times every hour.
Whats wrong..??
There was a 1.9.1 shortly released after 1.9.

v1.9 had a problem. Maybe you are using 1.9 instead of 1.9.1 ?

MINT: MdPQhsGufjm5AXYkHebbnF2A155xDqVfK7
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May 03, 2014, 11:06:31 PM
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You can read just few pages back or search my user name on this thread.
I have explained it all with screenshots. Amounts are calculated based on 20% yearly interest. You will not always get same amount of coins because large inputs get occasionaly splited (as a result you can get two half size interest payment instead of one full size)

I understand that the minted amounts won't have the exact same numerical value, but the sum of amounts should be greater.

Lets say I minted 10k total 20 days ago from two inputs (these two inputs have same coinage). I got those 10k coins in however many minted transactions with whatever values, it doesn't matter. The point is 10k coins were minted.

Fast forward to 24 days later. The wallet only mints 8k coins, even though I have more coins.


I haven't moved coins from the address I'm talking about.




edit: I loaded 1.8 wallet and have minted twice within 40 minutes, larger amounts too. I had 1.9.1 open for hours and got nothing. Could be a coincidence, sure.
It is not very easy to compare minted values. It all depends on coin age and amounts.

Your received transactions becomes eligible for minting after 20 days. They don't have to generate an interest at 20 day mark, they can generate it much later depending on network (only 1 address on the whole network can mint once 30 seconds). Up to 40 days, you will receive more interest based on days. If minting occurs after day 40, you'll get 40 days of interest. But it is a random process, whether to generate or not depends on coin age (days * amount) and luck.


For example, maybe that 10k was generated on day 25, and 8k was generated on day 20.


Each time you generate a minted coin, what happens is your original transaction is spent, and a new unspent transaction (with current date) is received in wallet. The old transaction cannot mint any more coins. You have to wait another 20 days to get any interest on your freshly received coins.

MINT: MdPQhsGufjm5AXYkHebbnF2A155xDqVfK7
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May 04, 2014, 12:43:16 AM
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What is the best way to combine using coin control? With HBN I could just create a second wallet in the app and send coins to wallet B (and then back to A if desired) to combine them but mint doesn't support multiple wallets right?

Theres no need to use second wallet for combining inputs. You can simply transfer coins to your own address = send the coins to yourself.

Do you send them to the same (main) address or should I create a second address to send them to?

Thanks!
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May 04, 2014, 01:05:36 AM
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https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/10998-sonoma-county-redwood-reforest?locale=enHello minters

we still have the change to show our support for our first project on mintcoifund.
We have 3 days left to get another 48 people.
So if we work together its easy.
Please support   



I'll support the project. We need 47 people now .

Sweeet. Thank you. We only need 39 more people now. https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/10998-sonoma-county-redwood-reforest?locale=enHello

Nice guys. Just 32 left!
Can someone used to reddit, post it again there? With the option that if we reach the goal, i will donate 1 million mintcoins to the project.
Cheers
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May 04, 2014, 03:09:09 AM
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What is the best way to combine using coin control? With HBN I could just create a second wallet in the app and send coins to wallet B (and then back to A if desired) to combine them but mint doesn't support multiple wallets right?

Theres no need to use second wallet for combining inputs. You can simply transfer coins to your own address = send the coins to yourself.

Do you send them to the same (main) address or should I create a second address to send them to?

Thanks!

Up to you, i have two addresses in my wallet, one I use for trading if needed, other I called stake.  I move in blocks to the stake wallet, depends on the amount.  Makes it a bit easier to see the different wallets in the coin control sections.  I then will recombine the blocks if I need to.  I started witha  5 million block 40 days ago, it staked, and had 2x 2.5million+some stake, and this just finished minting about an hour ago, and now I have 4 1.27 million blocks.  I could then use coin control, grab my address, and then resend all 4 back to myself in a single 5 million if I wanted.  They stake faster the bigger the block, but it's not a huge issue for me, so i just left the 4 blocks...

on coin control...Don't touch the ones that are higher confirmations, check off the lower confirmations if you need to send them.  And staking isn't on the address, it's on the block of coins.  you can use tree view, or list view, if you have two addresses, it will seperate them into different labels, making it easier to see where all the coins are.  You can find out when they are ready, just add 20...so if you stake today on all the blocks, on 5/23/2014 they should be getting ready for the next mint.


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May 04, 2014, 08:09:56 AM
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What is the best way to combine using coin control? With HBN I could just create a second wallet in the app and send coins to wallet B (and then back to A if desired) to combine them but mint doesn't support multiple wallets right?

Theres no need to use second wallet for combining inputs. You can simply transfer coins to your own address = send the coins to yourself.

Do you send them to the same (main) address or should I create a second address to send them to?

Thanks!

Up to you, i have two addresses in my wallet, one I use for trading if needed, other I called stake.  I move in blocks to the stake wallet, depends on the amount.  Makes it a bit easier to see the different wallets in the coin control sections.  I then will recombine the blocks if I need to.  I started witha  5 million block 40 days ago, it staked, and had 2x 2.5million+some stake, and this just finished minting about an hour ago, and now I have 4 1.27 million blocks.  I could then use coin control, grab my address, and then resend all 4 back to myself in a single 5 million if I wanted.  They stake faster the bigger the block, but it's not a huge issue for me, so i just left the 4 blocks...

on coin control...Don't touch the ones that are higher confirmations, check off the lower confirmations if you need to send them.  And staking isn't on the address, it's on the block of coins.  you can use tree view, or list view, if you have two addresses, it will seperate them into different labels, making it easier to see where all the coins are.  You can find out when they are ready, just add 20...so if you stake today on all the blocks, on 5/23/2014 they should be getting ready for the next mint.



interesting stuff, why would i have coins dated:
2/27
3/6
4/5
4/10
under coin control?
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May 04, 2014, 08:10:07 AM
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Come on guys
https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/10998-sonoma-county-redwood-reforest?locale=enHello
We must get 30 more minimum in 1 day

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If we get 30 more people we will have at least a 50k Social Reach!
That is an extra 50,000 people hearing about Mintcoin just by 30 more people pressing share.


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May 04, 2014, 09:31:25 AM
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Come on guys
https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/10998-sonoma-county-redwood-reforest?locale=enHello
We must get 30 more minimum in 1 day

SOCIAL REACH
42,372
If we get 30 more people we will have at least a 50k Social Reach!
That is an extra 50,000 people hearing about Mintcoin just by 30 more people pressing share.

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May 04, 2014, 09:57:38 AM
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Hi all.

I tried to deposit some mints to Mintpal the otherday, but for some reasom the lot af them have just disapeared into oblivium.
Cant see the transaction in the block explorer, the wallet have sent the transaction, but no mints on mintpal.
Can some one help me?

This is what it looks like:

Wallet:
http://s16.postimg.org/n1nwmb6it/wallet.png

Wallet transaction:
http://s16.postimg.org/i4ac174jp/wallet_transactions.png

Mintpal deposit adress:
http://s16.postimg.org/70qpvlj9h/Mintpal_deposit.png

Blockchain to my wallet:
http://s16.postimg.org/84au7k3wl/mint_block_explorer.png


My wallet adress: MeUb2QveC57vQaoq27fjDsmPsjqU1YQvGC

My deposit adress on mintpal: MZ6MvnouboCMf1xEB93nyB1X7odkzdcvZL

The transaction ID: d2d1bb0ce9626bf4ecb0c52e853c234fa85db47bdbfec588709971773fbfd7d0


All and any help appriciated.

Thnx in advance.

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May 04, 2014, 10:02:00 AM
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Hi all.

I tried to deposit some mints to Mintpal the otherday, but for some reasom the lot af them have just disapeared into oblivium.
Cant see the transaction in the block explorer, the wallet have sent the transaction, but no mints on mintpal.
Can some one help me?

This is what it looks like:

Wallet:


Wallet transaction:


Mintpal deposit adress:


Blockchain to my wallet:



My wallet adress: MeUb2QveC57vQaoq27fjDsmPsjqU1YQvGC

My deposit adress on mintpal: MZ6MvnouboCMf1xEB93nyB1X7odkzdcvZL

The transaction ID: d2d1bb0ce9626bf4ecb0c52e853c234fa85db47bdbfec588709971773fbfd7d0


All and any help appriciated.

Thnx in advance.



The screenshot shows the tx as unconfirmed.  Try leaving the wallet open longer.  If the tx has confirmed by now then contact mintpal support.  I've heard they are very responsive
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May 04, 2014, 10:07:52 AM
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the wallet have been opened ever since the transaction was made.. =/
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May 04, 2014, 10:14:28 AM
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Hmm.. could be that i have some "mined" coins in the wallet that have not been accepted in the blockchain.. Will they be accepted after 20 days? os how does it work?
I suppose that the "mined" coins are "minted"?
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May 04, 2014, 11:24:41 AM
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Hi all.

I tried to deposit some mints to Mintpal the otherday, but for some reasom the lot af them have just disapeared into oblivium.


Not sure if this is a real problem??  Huh

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May 04, 2014, 11:33:33 AM
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Come on guys
https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/10998-sonoma-county-redwood-reforest?locale=enHello
We must get 30 more minimum in 1 day

SOCIAL REACH
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If we get 30 more people we will have at least a 50k Social Reach!
That is an extra 50,000 people hearing about Mintcoin just by 30 more people pressing share.

Supported this cause by allowing Thunderclap to send a message through Twitter on my behalf Cheesy



Come on, lets show some mintpower!!
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May 04, 2014, 12:52:03 PM
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Come on guys
https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/10998-sonoma-county-redwood-reforest?locale=enHello
We must get 30 more minimum in 1 day

SOCIAL REACH
42,372
If we get 30 more people we will have at least a 50k Social Reach!
That is an extra 50,000 people hearing about Mintcoin just by 30 more people pressing share.

Supported this cause by allowing Thunderclap to send a message through Twitter on my behalf Cheesy



Come on, lets show some mintpower!!

Ditto!
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May 04, 2014, 01:31:55 PM
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Come on guys
https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/10998-sonoma-county-redwood-reforest?locale=enHello
We must get 30 more minimum in 1 day

SOCIAL REACH
42,372
If we get 30 more people we will have at least a 50k Social Reach!
That is an extra 50,000 people hearing about Mintcoin just by 30 more people pressing share.

Supported this cause by allowing Thunderclap to send a message through Twitter on my behalf Cheesy



Come on, lets show some mintpower!!

Ditto!

I posted the link on Crypto Moms under a Social Media thread and did my facebook duty.  There is also the Mintcoin thread there under General Discussion that someone can come and ask for help on.  I would post it there but I think it would get more attention if it was from someone else - they see my name too much!

http://cryptomoms.com/forum/

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