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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1309796 times)
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May 27, 2014, 02:22:32 PM
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I feel that in the extreme long run, mint will survive and be worth far more than it's peak price to date. The best time to buy is usually when everyone else is selling.
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I agree.

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May 27, 2014, 02:28:38 PM
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yeah, nothing left to do but wait and see. in altcoins there are always pumps and rises at any time. so just hold. or sell at ridiculously low prices  Roll Eyes

Forget it
I continue to wait for it down
I would rather be the last to leave

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May 27, 2014, 02:30:01 PM
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not everyone has trading accounts bei mintpal AND cryptsy. but the whole selling at those prices is either just desperation or manipulation. i think it's just the reaction to the rising price of btc.

prices Not all of us want to see
We've had enough of waiting
We like to fly to the moon

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We are full of hope
If only waiting for there will be a beautiful tomorrow

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May 27, 2014, 02:33:28 PM
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 Cheesy

Still have a lot of hope for this coin with the dev team behind it. 

Needs a snappier wallet though and the POS android wallet needs a countdown timer to drive interest imho. 

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May 27, 2014, 03:17:36 PM
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Cheesy

Still have a lot of hope for this coin with the dev team behind it. 

Needs a snappier wallet though and the POS android wallet needs a countdown timer to drive interest imho. 

Yes for me the wallet is still a problem, when i start it it takes a few minutes to start up at all.]
Maybe its loading the blockchain I dont know.
If that is the case maybe a light wallet would be very nice, so it reduces the loading times.
I had my wallet open today and I got some more interest on my mints, still holding for the future
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May 27, 2014, 03:19:27 PM
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hey guys i was thinking of starting a mint raffle website would people be interested in this??
i know its not going to help the coin to much but i just cant sit here and watch mint die. its to good of a coin to let that happen

Perhaps this is a good idea
It is hard to implement but should look
Slowly dying Who needs?
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May 27, 2014, 03:21:18 PM
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guys, beside the android wallet is anything going on? any PR campaigns? what is/are the devs up to? any thoughts on adding anonymity features? they seem to be fancy right now.

It should be hard to implement
But it's novel Let a person very curious
Will be handy If we can implement it is very nice
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May 27, 2014, 03:24:53 PM
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Lol finally reality is starting to set in.....

If the speed of spread faster
Maybe will be better
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May 27, 2014, 03:41:56 PM
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This is my noob analysis:

  • Currently there is more supply then demand
  • Demand is down since price is going down for a while
  • Once the price goes up, the demand will follow due to regained thrust/hype/...(this is just how it works)
  • We should get demand up and/or supply down

My advice if you want to support the coin:

Buy (or at least hold on to your coins while they mint)
I am doing whatever I can to buy some more mint!

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May 27, 2014, 04:11:11 PM
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This is my noob analysis:

  • Currently there is more supply then demand
  • Demand is down since price is going down for a while
  • Once the price goes up, the demand will follow due to regained thrust/hype/...(this is just how it works)
  • We should get demand up and/or supply down

My advice if you want to support the coin:

Buy (or at least hold on to your coins while they mint)
I am doing whatever I can to buy some more mint!


Nice analysis Smiley
Mining is a good way to support it too

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May 27, 2014, 04:18:32 PM
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hey guys, what about a MINTCOIN ONLINE BANK?


a simple site where you can login with an email and a password (possible anonymously using Tor). There you have your own Mintcoin account where you can send money to or withdraw money.

behind all this is a person/dev/institution/fund with a huge wallet running 24/7. they can charge you a bit for running the Bank but you will still get your annual interest.

advantages:

- simple for average users
- don't worry about your wallet not minting, wrong wallet, slow wallet or energy costs
- accessable via any PC, smartphone, tablet (also the apple products)
- anonymous

disadvantages:

- you have to trust the organisation/people running the bank
- network security (i still think a lot of people would run their own wallets)


I hope some people are interested in discussing this suggestion. I would give a LOT of my Mints as a bounty if this is really developed. I think it's even better than the android wallet.

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May 27, 2014, 04:28:39 PM
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hey guys, what about a MINTCOIN ONLINE BANK?


a simple site where you can login with an email and a password (possible anonymously using Tor). There you have your own Mintcoin account where you can send money to or withdraw money.

behind all this is a person/dev/institution/fund with a huge wallet running 24/7. they can charge you a bit for running the Bank but you will still get your annual interest.

advantages:

- simple for average users
- don't worry about your wallet not minting, wrong wallet, slow wallet or energy costs
- accessable via any PC, smartphone, tablet (also the apple products)
- anonymous

disadvantages:

- you have to trust the organisation/people running the bank
- network security (i still think a lot of people would run their own wallets)


I hope some people are interested in discussing this suggestion. I would give a LOT of my Mints as a bounty if this is really developed. I think it's even better than the android wallet.

Cheers

Well it is an interesting suggestion, this coin does lend itself to that idea, so long as it goes hand in hand with a fiat exchange for mintcoin. If I remember back to when I started with cryptos, I bought my first bitcoins with a cash deposit and they were sent to a blockchain.info wallet. I wouldn't trust another online wallet, but if a Mintcoin online bank looked to emulate their model it could be a big plus for Mintcoin.

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May 27, 2014, 06:30:47 PM
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MintCoin is now on:
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May 27, 2014, 08:45:34 PM
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hey guys, what about a MINTCOIN ONLINE BANK?


a simple site where you can login with an email and a password (possible anonymously using Tor). There you have your own Mintcoin account where you can send money to or withdraw money.

behind all this is a person/dev/institution/fund with a huge wallet running 24/7. they can charge you a bit for running the Bank but you will still get your annual interest.

advantages:

- simple for average users
- don't worry about your wallet not minting, wrong wallet, slow wallet or energy costs
- accessable via any PC, smartphone, tablet (also the apple products)
- anonymous

disadvantages:

- you have to trust the organisation/people running the bank
- network security (i still think a lot of people would run their own wallets)


I hope some people are interested in discussing this suggestion. I would give a LOT of my Mints as a bounty if this is really developed. I think it's even better than the android wallet.

Cheers

The problem with a bank is that it promotes centralization, however small that is. It's like a permanent exchange, and that's not necessarily a good thing.

Also, would the bank be able to lend out and pay out interest, or would it just be a web wallet?


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 27, 2014, 08:53:43 PM
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why aren't exchanges actually minting? is it included in the protocol?  Shocked

of course centralization will be gained by such a bank but i think there are still a lot of people who will still use their own wallets.

the idea is just a centralized web wallet. no lending or selling financial products. 15-20% interest rate annually is already more than any bank can offer.
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May 27, 2014, 08:55:39 PM
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why aren't exchanges actually minting? is it included in the protocol?  Shocked

of course centralization will be gained by such a bank but i think there are still a lot of people who will still use their own wallets.

the idea is just a centralized web wallet. no lending or selling financial products. 15-20% interest rate annually is already more than any bank can offer.

Exchanges don't mint because it would create a fractional reserve. If everyone wanted to withdraw at once, they couldn't because coins would be reserved for the minting process. This would cause issues.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 27, 2014, 09:06:18 PM
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why aren't exchanges actually minting? is it included in the protocol?  Shocked

of course centralization will be gained by such a bank but i think there are still a lot of people who will still use their own wallets.

the idea is just a centralized web wallet. no lending or selling financial products. 15-20% interest rate annually is already more than any bank can offer.

Exchanges don't mint because it would create a fractional reserve. If everyone wanted to withdraw at once, they couldn't because coins would be reserved for the minting process. This would cause issues.

it's the only reason? what do you mean by reserved for minting?
in the wallet the coins are available for transaction. except for when they're being staked. but they are not staked for long and then become available for transactions. i don't think that this causes much problems. worst case you get a message "you're coins are being staked right now, wait x min before you can make a transaction". or am i wrong?
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May 28, 2014, 01:22:16 AM
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Also remember there have been malleability issues with POS coins on exchanges so I think they lock their wallets to explicitly prevent minting.

We need to get the price of mint out of the doldrums ASAP folks...
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May 28, 2014, 01:27:54 AM
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why is mintcoin down to 5? did i miss something
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May 28, 2014, 01:43:05 AM
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people need to stop selling there POS interest, just hold it for a while 

Yes, if people keep panic selling this coin, its price will fall!
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