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December 11, 2014, 04:21:49 PM
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Happy Holidays Mintcoin Community!

In this week - Website Overhaul, Wallet Upgrade Announcement and Bootstrap file progression.

http://mintcoin.cc/mintcoin-community-podcast-december-11th-2014/
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December 11, 2014, 05:14:08 PM
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Thank you everyone for your thoughts and prayers.
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December 13, 2014, 12:53:33 AM
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I am a big fan of mintcoin and a big supporter.  When cryptomommy took over there was initially a lot of momentum and support.  There also seemed to be a pretty solid team of people assembled to help this coin.  However I'm concerned about the lack of dialogue here and on Reddit.  Are things happening behind the scenes?  Why aren't more people excited about this coin?  Maybe I am just out of the loop?
I am extremely excited about this coin, I just don't really have a lot to say at the moment. Enjoying the calm while it lasts...It will be interesting to see how things pan out come February and the block reward drops 25%.

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December 13, 2014, 01:23:13 PM
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If you have any Mintcoins hosted on Hashcow - please withdraw them.

Hashcows Closing its Doors
Dec. 6, 2014, 1:02 p.m.

Its been a great run and fun time, but the decision has been made to finally close the doors on Hashcows. Free time is ever dwindling, as is the profitability of running such a pool. I appreciate everyone who decided to point their hashpower here over our time, and those who have stuck around to the end.

Everyone should wthdrawal their balances ASAP. Mining will be shut down on Wed Dec 10th, and all withdrawal's wallets will be offline and become unavailable by Friday December 19th. I'll ensure to keep the hot wallets topped up as needed. If you experience any withdrawal issues send us an email to support@hashco.ws. We'll process what we receive up to the 19th.

Thanks again to all those who supported the pool over its liftetime. Happy Holidays and Happy Mining
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December 17, 2014, 03:32:07 AM
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All of the sudden I am having trouble syncing.



I have basically been continuously connected to the network for the last week or more and have been fully synced up until today, I checked on my wallet and it says out of sync. When I open up my Mintcoin folder on my computer the blk0001.dat file is barely increasing, (like only 1KB per minute). The Mintcoin client doesn't show a green progress bar at the bottom either. All that happens is the little refresh symbol in the bottom right-hand side of the window spins.

Does anyone know what could be causing this and what to do to fix this?

Thanks!

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December 17, 2014, 04:22:32 AM
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All of the sudden I am having trouble syncing.

I have basically been continuously connected to the network for the last week or more and have been fully synced up until today, I checked on my wallet and it says out of sync. When I open up my Mintcoin folder on my computer the blk0001.dat file is barely increasing, (like only 1KB per minute). The Mintcoin client doesn't show a green progress bar at the bottom either. All that happens is the little refresh symbol in the bottom right-hand side of the window spins.

Does anyone know what could be causing this and what to do to fix this?

Thanks!

Your System may have forked or the entire mintcoin network might be down or forked.
It is almost impossible to know for sure which one since Mintcoin does not have any working block explorers.
The community block explorer says the last block count is #877756 , but the one at multifaucet says last block # 1051199    which it reports as 66402 seconds ago.
Your Mintcoin Team needs to get the block explorers working ASAP , because without them , no one can be sure what is going on.

Good Luck.

 Cool

FYI:
If only your system forked, then deleting the blockchain and redownload the blockchain would fix it.
But if you don't have any connections, that could be a serious problem with the network.
When the Block Explorer is back online , compare the block counts between it and your wallet, if they match , then you are good, if they are off , then your PC forked. The only other thing , I can think of that would cause what you are describing, is if almost everyone closed their mint wallets and left them closed.

2nd FYI:
Opened 2 different versions of mintcoin wallet on 2 separate PCs, they both have connections , but they are not updating the block numbers,(Both frozen at the last time they were open.)  You will probably need your programmer to look at it, as it appears to be a network issue.
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December 17, 2014, 05:46:32 AM
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All of the sudden I am having trouble syncing.

I have basically been continuously connected to the network for the last week or more and have been fully synced up until today, I checked on my wallet and it says out of sync. When I open up my Mintcoin folder on my computer the blk0001.dat file is barely increasing, (like only 1KB per minute). The Mintcoin client doesn't show a green progress bar at the bottom either. All that happens is the little refresh symbol in the bottom right-hand side of the window spins.

Does anyone know what could be causing this and what to do to fix this?

Thanks!

Your System may have forked or the entire mintcoin network might be down or forked.
It is almost impossible to know for sure which one since Mintcoin does not have any working block explorers.
The community block explorer says the last block count is #877756 , but the one at multifaucet says last block # 1051199    which it reports as 66402 seconds ago.
Your Mintcoin Team needs to get the block explorers working ASAP , because without them , no one can be sure what is going on.

Good Luck.

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FYI:
If only your system forked, then deleting the blockchain and redownload the blockchain would fix it.
But if you don't have any connections, that could be a serious problem with the network.
When the Block Explorer is back online , compare the block counts between it and your wallet, if they match , then you are good, if they are off , then your PC forked. The only other thing , I can think of that would cause what you are describing, is if almost everyone closed their mint wallets and left them closed.

2nd FYI:
Opened 2 different versions of mintcoin wallet on 2 separate PCs, they both have connections , but they are not updating the block numbers,(Both frozen at the last time they were open.)  You will probably need your programmer to look at it, as it appears to be a network issue.

Seems to be plenty of connections.

The last block that my client says is also block # 1051199 what does that tell you?

Also what about this block explorer? http://104.131.179.202/
It also says block 1051199

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December 17, 2014, 05:50:48 AM
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Seems to be plenty of connections.

The last block that my client says is also block # 1051199 what does that tell you?

Not something we can fix, it appears to be something off with the mintcoin network,
my best guess is it will take a wallet update from the programmer to fix it.
Hopefully once mintcoin team contacts the programmer he will have some answers.

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December 17, 2014, 05:57:56 AM
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Seems to be plenty of connections.

The last block that my client says is also block # 1051199 what does that tell you?

Not something we can fix, it appears to be something off with the mintcoin network,
my best guess is it will take a wallet update from the programmer to fix it.
Hopefully once mintcoin team contacts the programmer he will have some answers.

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If I go to the debug window and type in the command getppeerinfo it looks like most the peers that I'm connected to also say the same 1051199 block, or less.

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December 17, 2014, 06:18:15 AM
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[If I go to the debug window and type in the command getppeerinfo it looks like most the peers that I'm connected to also say the same 1051199 block, or less.

Nothing we can do on our PCs will fix it.
My best guess is it will take a wallet update from the programmer to fix it.
Mintcoin Network will be down until they release a software update to fix this network problem.

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Everyone should not try sending out mintcoins until this issue is fixed.
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December 17, 2014, 06:22:22 AM
Last edit: December 17, 2014, 08:14:32 AM by Rent_a_Ray
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It could be issue:
https://github.com/zeitcoin/zeitcoin/issues/7

- we have to fix it, too.

Good luck!

Ray

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The PoS blocks since block #1051200 would be rejected by the network as GetProofOfWorkReward is called with different nHeight argument value for the same block in CreateCoinStake and ConnectInputs functions.

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December 17, 2014, 06:52:53 AM
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I made a transaction more than 2 hours back and it has received 0 confirmations.

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December 17, 2014, 06:56:50 AM
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Sgk, there is an issue with the network.
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December 17, 2014, 01:34:35 PM
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So we are basically stuck at block 1051199 until a fix comes out? What exactly caused this though, something quirky in the code?
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December 17, 2014, 01:37:07 PM
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It could be issue:
https://github.com/zeitcoin/zeitcoin/issues/7

- we have to fix it, too.

Good luck!

Ray

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The PoS blocks since block #1051200 would be rejected by the network as GetProofOfWorkReward is called with different nHeight argument value for the same block in CreateCoinStake and ConnectInputs functions.

So what are all the available options for fixing this?

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December 17, 2014, 02:11:48 PM
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Somewhere here starts the issue:
https://github.com/mintcoinproject/mintcoin/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L967

Followed by:
Code:
if(nHeight < YEARLY_BLOCKCOUNT)
nRewardCoinYear = 4 * MAX_MINT_PROOF_OF_STAKE;
else if(nHeight < (2 * YEARLY_BLOCKCOUNT))
nRewardCoinYear = 3 * MAX_MINT_PROOF_OF_STAKE;
else if(nHeight < (3 * YEARLY_BLOCKCOUNT))
nRewardCoinYear = 2 * MAX_MINT_PROOF_OF_STAKE;'

nHeight is the blockcount since genesis block (0)...

I'm not sure if the below will work as a fix for our problem - it's from JackPotCoin:

https://github.com/mintcoinproject/mintcoin/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L1392
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    - if (nStakeReward > GetProofOfStakeReward(nCoinAge, pindexBlock->nBits, nTime, pindexBlock) - GetMinFee() + MIN_TX_FEE)
    + if (nStakeReward > GetProofOfStakeReward(nCoinAge, pindexBlock->nBits, nTime, pindexBlock->pprev) - GetMinFee() + MIN_TX_FEE)

BEE7:
But as you already hit the first PoS reward decrease you need to insert the conditions and make a hardfork. I would consider to rework the fix if I were you. It makes the GetProofOfStakeReward calling context the same in all cases: then the GetProofOfStakeReward is called always on 'previous' block. So, the condition is changed for adjusting the reward for a single block in the whole chain and always make +1 to the number of previous PoS blocks. I already counted two clones of your work, so it could make sense.

Cheers,
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Looks like +1 issue between create and verification.

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December 17, 2014, 03:10:53 PM
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Somewhere here starts the issue:
https://github.com/mintcoinproject/mintcoin/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L967

Followed by:
Code:
if(nHeight < YEARLY_BLOCKCOUNT)
nRewardCoinYear = 4 * MAX_MINT_PROOF_OF_STAKE;
else if(nHeight < (2 * YEARLY_BLOCKCOUNT))
nRewardCoinYear = 3 * MAX_MINT_PROOF_OF_STAKE;
else if(nHeight < (3 * YEARLY_BLOCKCOUNT))
nRewardCoinYear = 2 * MAX_MINT_PROOF_OF_STAKE;'

nHeight is the blockcount since genesis block (0)...

I'm not sure if the below will work as a fix for our problem - it's from JackPotCoin:

https://github.com/mintcoinproject/mintcoin/blob/master/src/main.cpp#L1392
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    - if (nStakeReward > GetProofOfStakeReward(nCoinAge, pindexBlock->nBits, nTime, pindexBlock) - GetMinFee() + MIN_TX_FEE)
    + if (nStakeReward > GetProofOfStakeReward(nCoinAge, pindexBlock->nBits, nTime, pindexBlock->pprev) - GetMinFee() + MIN_TX_FEE)

BEE7:
But as you already hit the first PoS reward decrease you need to insert the conditions and make a hardfork. I would consider to rework the fix if I were you. It makes the GetProofOfStakeReward calling context the same in all cases: then the GetProofOfStakeReward is called always on 'previous' block. So, the condition is changed for adjusting the reward for a single block in the whole chain and always make +1 to the number of previous PoS blocks. I already counted two clones of your work, so it could make sense.

Cheers,
Ray

PS:
https://github.com/rtc29462/JackpotCoin/commit/a33ee2d792922887573780e9427c69b52026b9c0#diff-7ec3c68a81efff79b6ca22ac1f1eabbaR1379

Looks like +1 issue between create and verification.

That bit about the yearly block count
So does the wallet think that a year has gone by already? Does that mean that we are already at the point where the block reward is supposed to be reduced to 15%?

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December 17, 2014, 03:24:03 PM
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That bit about the yearly block count
So does the wallet think that a year has gone by already? Does that mean that we are already at the point where the block reward is supposed to be reduced to 15%?

That's a fact! It's hardcoded. Mint was going to switch to 15% as the chain died.
It's too early for Mintcoin and Zeitcoin. Someone did fail at math Tongue
But that's not the issue.

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December 17, 2014, 04:26:03 PM
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My mintcoin wallet is not syncing either.
Is anyone working for a cure for this ill?

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December 17, 2014, 06:07:34 PM
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My mintcoin wallet is not syncing either.
Is anyone working for a cure for this ill?

#Mintcoin wallets stuck at block 1051199 - anyone willing to assist please pm me asap.
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