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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1294143 times)
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March 04, 2015, 11:14:44 AM
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Is it possible to remove the orphan blocks from transaction list? HBN wallet makes it possible after checkwallet/repairwallet commands.
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March 04, 2015, 02:02:08 PM
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Is it possible to remove the orphan blocks from transaction list? HBN wallet makes it possible after checkwallet/repairwallet commands.
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March 04, 2015, 07:52:00 PM
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Hi folks, just letting people here know that I renewed the mintcoin-central.com domain so it should still function, if you want to fiddle around with the site let me know as I'm responsible for it now

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March 04, 2015, 09:48:02 PM
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Is there a plan in place or being formed to increase merchant adoption yet?

Stop Mining.   Start Minting.   Mintcoin  [MINT]
5% annual minting reward. Mintcoins don't wear out like mining gear. They keep on minting!
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March 05, 2015, 04:13:58 AM
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Sick of mining?  Start minting!  5% per year!  Mintcoin "MINT"
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March 05, 2015, 11:43:20 AM
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i got a lot of errors running wallet 1.15..
and i cannot sync

wallet is offline...

error: kernel.cpp line 414
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March 05, 2015, 11:59:45 AM
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Is there a plan in place or being formed to increase merchant adoption yet?
Mint coin is well recognized and old yes what we need it's adoption at large scale to have success.
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March 06, 2015, 02:03:42 PM
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Is there a plan in place or being formed to increase merchant adoption yet?
Mint coin is well recognized and old yes what we need it's adoption at large scale to have success.
Personally, given the choice, spending my Mintcoins would be last on my list. You could make the argument that Mintcoin-specific merchants are not really necessary because Mintcoin is so fast and easily trade-able on exchanges etc into whatever form of currency they do accept...and you can convert to any other currency fairly quickly. But really why would anyone spend MINT? I would try to spend any other currency first before sending any one of my MINT.  Personally I think of Mintcoin itself as my personal mining rig that doesn't take up any space. Mintcoin is like a free-power generator hooked up to a BTC mining rig that gains hashing power over time, does not use up space or real estate, (….with the added bonus that it also just so happens to be a trade-able cryptocurrency).  Smiley

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March 06, 2015, 04:46:07 PM
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We currently have an offer on the table which would integrate Mintcoin into several online casinos. How does the community feel about this?
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March 06, 2015, 04:58:08 PM
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i got a lot of errors running wallet 1.15..
and i cannot sync

wallet is offline...

error: kernel.cpp line 414

Can you send the log files over to cryptomommy@gmail.com for troubleshooting?
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March 06, 2015, 05:45:13 PM
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We currently have an offer on the table which would integrate Mintcoin into several online casinos. How does the community feel about this?

That's great!

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March 06, 2015, 06:36:35 PM
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We currently have an offer on the table which would integrate Mintcoin into several online casinos. How does the community feel about this?

That's great!
Sound fun and exciting! I don't think a game will pry me away from my precious Mints though Grin

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March 07, 2015, 12:26:18 AM
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If this helps you, feel free to share it around. Let this be encouragement. Don't believe the naysayers. We will mint our way to the top! Maybe showing this can help take away doubt. Seriously, this is an example of minting and is what sets Mintcoin apart. I actually have minted more value than I ever would have mined with BTC mining gear... Believe me I know.. In the past, I have spent hundreds of $$$ on mining equipment, I know how the ROI is. The other thing, is that there is nothing complicated about minting, it is so simple, no drivers to set up, no special configuration, anybody can do it, not just the computer savy because the wallet does it automatically. 

Sick of mining?  Start minting!  5% per year!  Mintcoin "MINT"
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March 07, 2015, 12:51:17 AM
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If this helps you, feel free to share it around. Let this be encouragement. Don't believe the naysayers. We will mint our way to the top! Maybe showing this can help take away doubt. Seriously, this is an example of minting and is what sets Mintcoin apart. I actually have minted more value than I ever would have mined with BTC mining gear... Believe me I know.. In the past, I have spent hundreds of $$$ on mining equipment, I know how the ROI is. The other thing, is that there is nothing complicated about minting, it is so simple, no drivers to set up, no special configuration, anybody can do it, not just the computer savy because the wallet does it automatically. 

Daaayyyyyum!! I'm jelly!!  Grin
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March 07, 2015, 09:47:44 AM
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We currently have an offer on the table which would integrate Mintcoin into several online casinos. How does the community feel about this?

That's great!

yeah that would be cool, more ways to use our mints the better

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March 07, 2015, 09:53:54 AM
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If this helps you, feel free to share it around. Let this be encouragement. Don't believe the naysayers. We will mint our way to the top! Maybe showing this can help take away doubt. Seriously, this is an example of minting and is what sets Mintcoin apart. I actually have minted more value than I ever would have mined with BTC mining gear... Believe me I know.. In the past, I have spent hundreds of $$$ on mining equipment, I know how the ROI is. The other thing, is that there is nothing complicated about minting, it is so simple, no drivers to set up, no special configuration, anybody can do it, not just the computer savy because the wallet does it automatically.

Well said, like the rise of BTC network hashrate grew the price (mild effect or greater, other things may have played a role as well), the rise in MINTing would in-turn do the same (in theory). Take it from a hardware guy, everything drops in value (10 years of trying to keep up with electronics, back when an 80GB HDD cost $80 & you could not  get a fully functioning PC for under $50) & it's really tough to build something that doesn't depreciate the first time you power it on. To bad they didn't have value built-in, oh wait, they did the whole time (hashing algorithms & key codes have been around  for decades). Never really thought to look at Linux while it's building, something you don't see in Windows or Apple, but it's there & all the years of inputting key codes into software Wink

I'm so glad I found MINT and POS coins a year ago or I might have wasted stacks of cash on electricity and chasing the latest hardware... lol forever mining is such a waste, if a pos coin is spread out decently and has crazy high network weight their probably equally secure as btc

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March 07, 2015, 09:54:42 AM
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If this helps you, feel free to share it around. Let this be encouragement. Don't believe the naysayers. We will mint our way to the top! Maybe showing this can help take away doubt. Seriously, this is an example of minting and is what sets Mintcoin apart. I actually have minted more value than I ever would have mined with BTC mining gear... Believe me I know.. In the past, I have spent hundreds of $$$ on mining equipment, I know how the ROI is. The other thing, is that there is nothing complicated about minting, it is so simple, no drivers to set up, no special configuration, anybody can do it, not just the computer savy because the wallet does it automatically.

Well said, like the rise of BTC network hashrate grew the price (mild effect or greater, other things may have played a role as well), the rise in MINTing would in-turn do the same (in theory). Take it from a hardware guy, everything drops in value (10 years of trying to keep up with electronics, back when an 80GB HDD cost $80 & you could not  get a fully functioning PC for under $50) & it's really tough to build something that doesn't depreciate the first time you power it on. To bad they didn't have value built-in, oh wait, they did the whole time (hashing algorithms & key codes have been around  for decades). Never really thought to look at Linux while it's building, something you don't see in Windows or Apple, but it's there & all the years of inputting key codes into software Wink

I'm so glad I found MINT and POS coins a year ago or I might have wasted stacks of cash on electricity and chasing the latest hardware... lol forever mining is such a waste, if a pos coin is spread out decently and has crazy high network weight their probably equally secure as btc (or will be in 5 years of life like btc's headstart)

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March 07, 2015, 02:47:50 PM
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i got a lot of errors running wallet 1.15..
and i cannot sync

wallet is offline...

error: kernel.cpp line 414

Can you send the log files over to cryptomommy@gmail.com for troubleshooting?

i've sen a print screen
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March 08, 2015, 07:30:37 PM
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Thanks for the email! Replied with next steps.

i got a lot of errors running wallet 1.15..
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wallet is offline...

error: kernel.cpp line 414
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