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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1336109 times)
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October 25, 2014, 07:27:36 PM
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Mintcoin Community Update Is Now Ready for Release!
Download your new wallet from the Mintcoin website and enjoy faster load times, recurring transactions and more!
Bootstrap is now in beta as well. A special thank you to Xander Axerto Pandenius Shepherd for taking the time out and walking me through this process.

http://mintcoin.cc/mintcoin-press-release-oct-25th/

Great!

Will test the bootstrap file. Smiley

Testing here as well - will report.

Mine has been loading for a while now, but I think it can take as long as half a day, so will wait. You any luck yet?

It's looking to me like it's going to take roughly 1.5 hours - not at all sure though. You can watch the progress by watching the file size increase in the blk0001.dat file. It should be roughly the same size as the bootstrap file when finished ... I think.  Grin

You can also go to Help/Debug window and watch the Current number of blocks and Last block time under the Information tab.
Transactions must be included in a block to be properly completed. When you send a transaction, it is broadcast to miners. Miners can then optionally include it in their next blocks. Miners will be more inclined to include your transaction if it has a higher transaction fee.
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October 25, 2014, 07:33:59 PM
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Mintcoin Community Update Is Now Ready for Release!
Download your new wallet from the Mintcoin website and enjoy faster load times, recurring transactions and more!
Bootstrap is now in beta as well. A special thank you to Xander Axerto Pandenius Shepherd for taking the time out and walking me through this process.

http://mintcoin.cc/mintcoin-press-release-oct-25th/

Great!

Will test the bootstrap file. Smiley

Testing here as well - will report.

Mine has been loading for a while now, but I think it can take as long as half a day, so will wait. You any luck yet?

It's looking to me like it's going to take roughly 1.5 hours - not at all sure though. You can watch the progress by watching the file size increase in the blk0001.dat file. It should be roughly the same size as the bootstrap file when finished ... I think.  Grin

You can also go to Help/Debug window and watch the Current number of blocks and Last block time under the Information tab.

Mine does not want to open yet. The size is increasing, though, with about 5MB/minute. 1100MB to go Smiley

If it was easy, everybody would be doing it
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October 25, 2014, 11:15:57 PM
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The bootstrap "should" sync a new wallet in about 7 hours versus 3-5 days.

Waiting for official feedback...

The new wallet syncs faster in general. I would say it is syncing at twice the speed.

New Wallet Looks Great ,

Well Done to the Programmer,

Started downloading the blockchain from scratch, once I have it completed.
I will make you a blockchain.zip download that you can just copy into the C:\Users\"[username]"\AppData\Roaming\Mintcoin , it will update the blockchain as soon as it is copied in, no wait time.
You can then either point to the link or place it on your own download site to help new mint users.

Future idea for the next wallet version, on the recurring send , have them try to set a schedule for it .
Basically send at a recurring Date & Time instead of a every so many days.
Like at 10pm on the 15th of each Month and one like every Monday at 1:30am for examples.

Again Nice Job.  Cheesy

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October 26, 2014, 07:48:23 AM
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What is the txleveldb directory for and why is it filling up with *.sst files?

Will the wallet automatically clean up these files when no longer needed or are these files to be left alone?


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Just want to make sure this is not a bug that will fill up the Hard Drive space with *.sst files.
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October 26, 2014, 07:52:11 AM
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Just downloaded the new wallet.
Now downloading the blockchain.
Direct 12 connection so to that was good!
I go follow mintcoin.

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October 26, 2014, 08:32:49 AM
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Mintcoin Community Update Is Now Ready for Release!
Download your new wallet from the Mintcoin website and enjoy faster load times, recurring transactions and more!
Bootstrap is now in beta as well. A special thank you to Xander Axerto Pandenius Shepherd for taking the time out and walking me through this process.

http://mintcoin.cc/mintcoin-press-release-oct-25th/

Great!

Will test the bootstrap file. Smiley

Testing here as well - will report.

Mine has been loading for a while now, but I think it can take as long as half a day, so will wait. You any luck yet?

It's looking to me like it's going to take roughly 1.5 hours - not at all sure though. You can watch the progress by watching the file size increase in the blk0001.dat file. It should be roughly the same size as the bootstrap file when finished ... I think.  Grin

You can also go to Help/Debug window and watch the Current number of blocks and Last block time under the Information tab.

Mine does not want to open yet. The size is increasing, though, with about 5MB/minute. 1100MB to go Smiley

The bootstrap is loaded, so now about 100k blocks to go. This saves me a couple of days of synching. Smiley

If it was easy, everybody would be doing it
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October 26, 2014, 11:07:37 AM
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This this coin dead???
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WHY DO YOU NOT HAVE A WORKING EXPLORER? WTF ARE YOU DOING?Huh

A team of people is working voluntarily to keep this coin going. A simple block explorer like this (http://multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=MINT) works, so better to focus on other things.

I just want to say, I appreciate the hard work of the team and they should know not to listen to negative people. Smiley

That's a block crawler not a block explorer (try to view the transactions by a single wallet address and follow them across the blockchain), it's really bad to have no block explorer, some exchanges won't even let coins that don't have a full block explorer onto the exchange. It may be being worked on which is good but still...

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October 26, 2014, 12:22:47 PM
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This is above me Smiley I posted a question in our dev portal - will get back to you soon.

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What is the txleveldb directory for and why is it filling up with *.sst files?

Will the wallet automatically clean up these files when no longer needed or are these files to be left alone?


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Just want to make sure this is not a bug that will fill up the Hard Drive space with *.sst files.
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October 26, 2014, 12:30:54 PM
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This this coin dead???
or !!
WHY DO YOU NOT HAVE A WORKING EXPLORER? WTF ARE YOU DOING?Huh

A team of people is working voluntarily to keep this coin going. A simple block explorer like this (http://multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=MINT) works, so better to focus on other things.

I just want to say, I appreciate the hard work of the team and they should know not to listen to negative people. Smiley

That's a block crawler not a block explorer (try to view the transactions by a single wallet address and follow them across the blockchain), it's really bad to have no block explorer, some exchanges won't even let coins that don't have a full block explorer onto the exchange. It may be being worked on which is good but still...

There is a donation address for this in the wallet, so perhaps we should contribute to it. Smiley

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October 26, 2014, 12:31:27 PM
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That's a block crawler not a block explorer (try to view the transactions by a single wallet address and follow them across the blockchain), it's really bad to have no block explorer, some exchanges won't even let coins that don't have a full block explorer onto the exchange. It may be being worked on which is good but still...

Hi Dogetime

We did have two very nice explorers. One stopped working a long time ago and the other one - the developer came to me after the prior mintcoin developer left and wanted to be paid for the block explorer again as the last time he was paid was not enough (.2btc I believe)

This time he wanted more BTC to keep the explorer up.
Since then I negotiated a monthly fee to keep it up while we work on building a community owned explorer.

The community has not paid him so he took down his explorer which is ok as our developer team just finished securing the hosting we need for an advanced explorer with search by address features as well as a few additional whistles.

I hope this answers your questions sufficiently & do apologize for any inconveniences. The block explorer is the last loose tie from the handover of the community.
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October 26, 2014, 12:58:45 PM
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That's a block crawler not a block explorer (try to view the transactions by a single wallet address and follow them across the blockchain), it's really bad to have no block explorer, some exchanges won't even let coins that don't have a full block explorer onto the exchange. It may be being worked on which is good but still...

Hi Dogetime

We did have two very nice explorers. One stopped working a long time ago and the other one - the developer came to me after the prior mintcoin developer left and wanted to be paid for the block explorer again as the last time he was paid was not enough (.2btc I believe)

This time he wanted more BTC to keep the explorer up.
Since then I negotiated a monthly fee to keep it up while we work on building a community owned explorer.

The community has not paid him so he took down his explorer which is ok as our developer team just finished securing the hosting we need for an advanced explorer with search by address features as well as a few additional whistles.

I hope this answers your questions sufficiently & do apologize for any inconveniences. The block explorer is the last loose tie from the handover of the community.

It will be nice when it goes online again. With deserted coins, block explorers often have some skeletons in the closet, so it would be nice to see if there are some here. Once it is up, I'm gonna take a look at those first couple created blocks. Smiley

Awesome support again, Cryptomommy!

Btw, I have a fully synched wallet now, after just on night of deploying the bootstrap file. The wallet is very complete and even contains the possibility to do recurring payments. Have not seen that before.

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October 26, 2014, 01:16:46 PM
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It will be nice when it goes online again. With deserted coins, block explorers often have some skeletons in the closet, so it would be nice to see if there are some here. Once it is up, I'm gonna take a look at those first couple created blocks. Smiley

Awesome support again, Cryptomommy!

Btw, I have a fully synched wallet now, after just on night of deploying the bootstrap file. The wallet is very complete and even contains the possibility to do recurring payments. Have not seen that before.

Awesome - we have been testing in house for awhile now - it is by far my favorite Smiley

Let me know if you see anything in the block explorer. I have had a few people take a look at it because #1 looks odd - but everyone who has checked it has confirmed its an exchange Smiley

Also I am curious to what is happening with the Mintpal exchange coins.
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October 26, 2014, 01:21:52 PM
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What is the txleveldb directory for and why is it filling up with *.sst files?

Will the wallet automatically clean up these files when no longer needed or are these files to be left alone?


Thanks.

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FYI:
Just want to make sure this is not a bug that will fill up the Hard Drive space with *.sst files.

Response from RoboGuy:
Those files are sorted tables, the are required by levelDb. If the cleaned out the old wallet files it will no take any more space than the old files.

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October 26, 2014, 08:19:24 PM
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Nice update! Thanks for ur effort cryptomommy.  Just sent some mint to u.  I will try to have regular donation to support our mint Smiley
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October 26, 2014, 10:01:41 PM
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Nice update! Thanks for ur effort cryptomommy.  Just sent some mint to u.  I will try to have regular donation to support our mint Smiley

Thank you! We love tips Smiley
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October 28, 2014, 02:44:31 AM
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Status on the bootstrap? Any reviews?

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October 28, 2014, 06:12:46 AM
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What is the size of the folder in \roaming supposed to be? I have 2.7 GB.
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October 28, 2014, 05:11:03 PM
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What is the size of the folder in \roaming supposed to be? I have 2.7 GB.

That's huge, how long did it take you to sync?
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October 28, 2014, 05:48:21 PM
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What is the size of the folder in \roaming supposed to be? I have 2.7 GB.

After making sure my beta wallet was up to date, I'm at 2.25 GB total for my Mintcoin folder.
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October 28, 2014, 06:41:33 PM
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What is the size of the folder in \roaming supposed to be? I have 2.7 GB.

That's huge, how long did it take you to sync?

With bootstrap, 24 hours.
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