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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1331918 times)
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April 13, 2015, 04:48:43 AM
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Wasn't Cryptsy once labelled Craptsy?
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April 13, 2015, 08:06:50 AM
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Wasn't Cryptsy once labelled Craptsy?

Yes - When I first got involved in crypto (which was February of last year), it seemed like everyone was calling it that! I was hesitant to use it for a loooong time because of it, and still only have a couple of dozen trades there. Though at this point, it's more habit than anything else.  Cheesy
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April 13, 2015, 09:01:01 AM
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yeah cryptsy's not my favorite, i was trading ***coin one day and sent them some from trex, I had tx id and everything and they just kept saying they'll get back to me... it's been months now.

as much as I dislike how many people lose money chasing pumps on trex, it's still the exchange I use most... I'd love to see MINT on it.


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April 13, 2015, 01:48:18 PM
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What exchange do all you use for MINT then?

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5% annual minting reward. Mintcoins don't wear out like mining gear. They keep on minting!
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April 13, 2015, 03:03:26 PM
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What exchange do all you use for MINT then?


I use Poloniex, cause I'd hate to have my mint or btc stuck at cryptsy for hours on end.
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April 14, 2015, 02:57:18 PM
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Hi, about the blockexplorer. Is there any way we can upgrade it so it will also show addresses with allot of transactions? I got over 2,800 transactions on the address and i will get this error when i look it up: I'm sorry, this address has too many records to display.


Consolidate your coins to a different address in your wallet. I had so many transactions my wallet was minting 24/7 and it was a drag on resources etc...
I sent all my 20+M coins to one addy and now I open it every few days to update and mint when necessary.
Much better IMHO

Yeah i already done that few weeks ago, problem is i didnt change address, so got them all in 1 bulk on coin control but not on a different address. Maybe i will change it next time i mint then Smiley
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April 14, 2015, 06:16:56 PM
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Hi, about the blockexplorer. Is there any way we can upgrade it so it will also show addresses with allot of transactions? I got over 2,800 transactions on the address and i will get this error when i look it up: I'm sorry, this address has too many records to display.


Consolidate your coins to a different address in your wallet. I had so many transactions my wallet was minting 24/7 and it was a drag on resources etc...
I sent all my 20+M coins to one addy and now I open it every few days to update and mint when necessary.
Much better IMHO

Yeah i already done that few weeks ago, problem is i didnt change address, so got them all in 1 bulk on coin control but not on a different address. Maybe i will change it next time i mint then Smiley

I did this a few cycles back (minting cycles - ~60-90 days ago), and I also just went to a new wallet. I copied my wallet.dat to a couple of other locations, deleted it from the appdata folder, and launched the qt, which created a new wallet. I then grabbed the new address from the new wallet, moved that wallet.dat to a different folder, and copied the old wallet.dat back to the appdata, launched the qt, and sent all the coins to the new wallet address... swapped the wallet.dat's again, and had a wallet full of MINT, which didn't have all of those old transactions in it. What a difference that makes in performance and resources!
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April 14, 2015, 06:26:59 PM
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where is the DL link for 1.17? OP only has 1.16.

Edit: Nevermind, the OP link is correct just mislabeled.

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April 14, 2015, 07:11:22 PM
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Hi, about the blockexplorer. Is there any way we can upgrade it so it will also show addresses with allot of transactions? I got over 2,800 transactions on the address and i will get this error when i look it up: I'm sorry, this address has too many records to display.


Consolidate your coins to a different address in your wallet. I had so many transactions my wallet was minting 24/7 and it was a drag on resources etc...
I sent all my 20+M coins to one addy and now I open it every few days to update and mint when necessary.
Much better IMHO

Yeah i already done that few weeks ago, problem is i didnt change address, so got them all in 1 bulk on coin control but not on a different address. Maybe i will change it next time i mint then Smiley

I did this a few cycles back (minting cycles - ~60-90 days ago), and I also just went to a new wallet. I copied my wallet.dat to a couple of other locations, deleted it from the appdata folder, and launched the qt, which created a new wallet. I then grabbed the new address from the new wallet, moved that wallet.dat to a different folder, and copied the old wallet.dat back to the appdata, launched the qt, and sent all the coins to the new wallet address... swapped the wallet.dat's again, and had a wallet full of MINT, which didn't have all of those old transactions in it. What a difference that makes in performance and resources!

I guess you could say this makes MINT anonymous lol.

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April 15, 2015, 03:07:29 AM
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Hi, about the blockexplorer. Is there any way we can upgrade it so it will also show addresses with allot of transactions? I got over 2,800 transactions on the address and i will get this error when i look it up: I'm sorry, this address has too many records to display.


Consolidate your coins to a different address in your wallet. I had so many transactions my wallet was minting 24/7 and it was a drag on resources etc...
I sent all my 20+M coins to one addy and now I open it every few days to update and mint when necessary.
Much better IMHO

Yeah i already done that few weeks ago, problem is i didnt change address, so got them all in 1 bulk on coin control but not on a different address. Maybe i will change it next time i mint then Smiley

I did this a few cycles back (minting cycles - ~60-90 days ago), and I also just went to a new wallet. I copied my wallet.dat to a couple of other locations, deleted it from the appdata folder, and launched the qt, which created a new wallet. I then grabbed the new address from the new wallet, moved that wallet.dat to a different folder, and copied the old wallet.dat back to the appdata, launched the qt, and sent all the coins to the new wallet address... swapped the wallet.dat's again, and had a wallet full of MINT, which didn't have all of those old transactions in it. What a difference that makes in performance and resources!

this is my next step, so i have a clean wallet.

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MINTCOIN: MdVzxTfLDrzdij9vpee1YJGotBahfsfmqs
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April 15, 2015, 05:46:56 PM
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Hi. It came to my attention that the block explorer from MINT is behind. Last block that is in the block explorer is from 7th of april.
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April 16, 2015, 01:04:12 AM
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Hi. It came to my attention that the block explorer from MINT is behind. Last block that is in the block explorer is from 7th of april.
The one is still working at the multifaucet

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April 16, 2015, 06:04:29 AM
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Hi, about the blockexplorer. Is there any way we can upgrade it so it will also show addresses with allot of transactions? I got over 2,800 transactions on the address and i will get this error when i look it up: I'm sorry, this address has too many records to display.


Consolidate your coins to a different address in your wallet. I had so many transactions my wallet was minting 24/7 and it was a drag on resources etc...
I sent all my 20+M coins to one addy and now I open it every few days to update and mint when necessary.
Much better IMHO

Yeah i already done that few weeks ago, problem is i didnt change address, so got them all in 1 bulk on coin control but not on a different address. Maybe i will change it next time i mint then Smiley

I did this a few cycles back (minting cycles - ~60-90 days ago), and I also just went to a new wallet. I copied my wallet.dat to a couple of other locations, deleted it from the appdata folder, and launched the qt, which created a new wallet. I then grabbed the new address from the new wallet, moved that wallet.dat to a different folder, and copied the old wallet.dat back to the appdata, launched the qt, and sent all the coins to the new wallet address... swapped the wallet.dat's again, and had a wallet full of MINT, which didn't have all of those old transactions in it. What a difference that makes in performance and resources!

this is my next step, so i have a clean wallet.

right on, it's something you have to do with some pos coins were each deposit gets split after each pos block it finds till it's 00. not that MINT splits (i don't think it does)  I've been meaning to give that a try with MINT... someone said earlier a new wallet with less transactions will run "lighter" on our systems  Cool worth a try.

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April 16, 2015, 07:26:54 AM
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Minting splits a transaction into two.
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April 16, 2015, 08:30:32 AM
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right on, it's something you have to do with some pos coins were each deposit gets split after each pos block it finds till it's 00. not that MINT splits (i don't think it does)  

Minting splits a transaction into two.


Actually you are both right in a way.
If a block mints less than 30 days of being created , then it splits in half.
If a block mints after 30 days of being created, then only 1 new block is created with the original amount and the interest combined.

To verify for yourself create a few blocks with 1000 or 10000 mints in each block.
Watch those blocks after 20 days to 40 days and see it for yourself.
Some Blocks will be half the amount and others combined depending on when they mint.

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April 16, 2015, 09:33:15 AM
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I am an avid minter, I do not wait for 30 days Smiley
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April 16, 2015, 09:34:35 PM
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right on, it's something you have to do with some pos coins were each deposit gets split after each pos block it finds till it's 00. not that MINT splits (i don't think it does)  

Minting splits a transaction into two.


Actually you are both right in a way.
If a block mints less than 30 days of being created , then it splits in half.
If a block mints after 30 days of being created, then only 1 new block is created with the original amount and the interest combined.

To verify for yourself create a few blocks with 1000 or 10000 mints in each block.
Watch those blocks after 20 days to 40 days and see it for yourself.
Some Blocks will be half the amount and others combined depending on when they mint.

 Cool
I think this is a good feature to have. It promotes balance of difficulty over time, and fairness. If there were too few transactions there wouldn't be enough to cover the amount needed for all of the block creation. Splitting it, if your transaction comes in a short time window, ensures there will be enough transactions to match each block...otherwise the network could freeze up I think. Glad Mintcoin has this, it helps give a more consistent and reliable timestamp to blocks being created.

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April 17, 2015, 05:41:41 PM
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Hello Minters:)
Is it possible to get a new updated blockchain download? and who should I talk to to get it?
I have been struggeling to download it from my wallet a long time now:((

Peace out Minters:))))
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April 17, 2015, 06:11:19 PM
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Hello Minters:)
Is it possible to get a new updated blockchain download? and who should I talk to to get it?
I have been struggeling to download it from my wallet a long time now:((

Peace out Minters:))))

Hello!

Go to: Mintcoin Official, and download the Bootstrap.dat
place it in your appdata/roaming/mintcoin folder, and launch the wallet... will take a while, but not as long as the wallet takes to sync. (don't forget to backup your wallet.dat first!)

Good luck!   Wink

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April 17, 2015, 08:05:28 PM
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Hello Minters:)
Is it possible to get a new updated blockchain download? and who should I talk to to get it?
I have been struggeling to download it from my wallet a long time now:((

Peace out Minters:))))

Hello!

Go to: Mintcoin Official, and download the Bootstrap.dat
place it in your appdata/roaming/mintcoin folder, and launch the wallet... will take a while, but not as long as the wallet takes to sync. (don't forget to backup your wallet.dat first!)

Good luck!   Wink

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Thx for respons:))) I appreciate it
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