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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1312302 times)
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May 19, 2015, 07:01:24 PM
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Oh god.. margin trading... Cryptos don't need this BS. We need real products with real world relevance.

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May 19, 2015, 07:34:50 PM
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I'll help contribute to the block explorer maybe next month, I mean if its down to the last day, and needs funds for sure. Mintcoin is awesome. As far as I'm concerned I'll be with MINT for life. Who's with me? Minting is fantastic!

I hope for sure that will not be the case, All contributions are welcome. Thanks Smiley
Why not the case?

I am counting on community & somewhat on my self to keep it going & not go down to the wire. I would be happy if you contributed before that.

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May 19, 2015, 07:39:31 PM
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Greetings from Poloniex!

We're happy to announce that Margin Trading with Peer-to-Peer Lending is now available at Poloniex! You can now borrow funds from lending users to open long and short positions with 2.5x leverage on our XMR, DASH, XPR and LTC Margin Trading platform. You can also loan funds in the same selected markets in 1 day intervals at up to 5% interest.

In addition, we are requiring that all users provide us with their first name, last name, and country of origin by May 20th, 2015. This information is mandatory for all users and all withdrawals. Go to your Profile page to get started.

The Poloniex Team

Just for those that dont know and have some btc or other altcoins sitting there.

This is posted in the notice section.

No accounts will be locked or frozen if you do not provide the information requested. Starting on May 20th at 19:00 UTC, you will need to have your name and country of residence on file to withdraw up to 2,000 USD worth of crypto per day.


Those sentances sounds like a contradiction...


They wont let you withdraw anything, even a cent, if your profile is incomplete. $2000 is max limit for first tier of profile completion ie Name & country which is mandatory for any withdrawal more than $0 to $2000. Also they will report all your data to FinCEN. Bye-Bye Polo Sad
Any suggestions where to trade MINT & other coins that are not on Bittrex?

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May 19, 2015, 07:45:55 PM
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Greetings from Poloniex!

We're happy to announce that Margin Trading with Peer-to-Peer Lending is now available at Poloniex! You can now borrow funds from lending users to open long and short positions with 2.5x leverage on our XMR, DASH, XPR and LTC Margin Trading platform. You can also loan funds in the same selected markets in 1 day intervals at up to 5% interest.

In addition, we are requiring that all users provide us with their first name, last name, and country of origin by May 20th, 2015. This information is mandatory for all users and all withdrawals. Go to your Profile page to get started.

The Poloniex Team

Just for those that dont know and have some btc or other altcoins sitting there.

This is posted in the notice section.

No accounts will be locked or frozen if you do not provide the information requested. Starting on May 20th at 19:00 UTC, you will need to have your name and country of residence on file to withdraw up to 2,000 USD worth of crypto per day.


Those sentances sounds like a contradiction...


They wont let you withdraw anything, even a cent, if your profile is incomplete. $2000 is max limit for first tier of profile completion ie Name & country which is mandatory for any withdrawal more than $0 to $2000. Also they will report all your data to FinCEN. Bye-Bye Polo Sad
Any suggestions where to trade MINT & other coins that are not on Bittrex?
Yeah. I think it is really going to hurt them. I know you can trade MINT on Bter. Does Cryptsy require that info?  And there are some other exchanges too, can't remember the names.

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May 19, 2015, 07:57:28 PM
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Thanks for the info. I think i had an account on BTer that i havent used for a year almost. I am not sure about Cryptsy, it sucks anyway. I think most exchanges should create different rules & platforms for crypto only & fiat-crypto markets.

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May 19, 2015, 09:42:46 PM
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What kind of a squirrel needs a mintcoin paper wallet anyway...?   Huh

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May 20, 2015, 01:41:19 PM
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Could someone post updated and active nodes please?
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May 20, 2015, 01:52:50 PM
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Could someone post updated and active nodes please?


Here's my nodes I have:
75.159.140.92
174.62.75.38
209.81.123.30
71.175.81.45
91.121.177.181
198.100.147.145
162.248.99.164
71.156.33.25
178.62.63.139
77.66.33.209
68.96.168.139
5.79.173.110
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May 20, 2015, 05:02:40 PM
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Could someone post updated and active nodes please?


You can see avaliable nodes here: http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=MINT&network_info

Attention: Our MINT faucet address has been changed. Old address not supported more!
New faucet address, you can find on faucet page: http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=MINT

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May 20, 2015, 11:40:07 PM
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So now Poloniex is putting up currency controls, now what, back to using Cryptsy?

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May 21, 2015, 03:11:42 AM
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Could someone post updated and active nodes please?


You can find nodes seen in last 24 hours here on our new explorer at CryptoID

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/mint/#!network

Feel free to donate here to keep it running

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/mint/#!crypto

or to this address

1QJpbqzkyFNcLGsC46DjXJmY1hLgHoya5C

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Thank you for all the replies
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May 26, 2015, 02:59:04 AM
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IMPORTANT: About the recent server compromise
On May 22 at 00:56 UTC, an attacker gained root access to the forum's server. He then proceeded to try to acquire a dump of the forum's database before I noticed this at around 1:08 and shut down the server. In the intervening time, it seems that he was able to collect some or all of the "members" table. You should assume that the following information about your account was leaked:
- Email address
- Password hash (see below)
- Last-used IP address and registration IP address
- Secret question and a basic (not brute-force-resistant) hash of your secret answer
- Various settings

As such, you should change your password here and anywhere else you used that same password. You should disable your secret question and assume that the attacker now knows your answer to your secret question. You should prepare to receive phishing emails at your forum email address.

While nothing can ever be ruled out in these sorts of situations, I do not believe that the attacker was able to collect any personal messages or other sensitive data beyond what I listed above.

Passwords are hashed with 7500 rounds of sha256crypt. This is pretty good, but certainly not beyond attack. Note that even though SHA-256 is used here, sha256crypt is different enough from Bitcoin's SHA-256d PoW algorithm that Bitcoin mining ASICs almost certainly cannot be modified to crack forum passwords.

I will now go into detail about how well you can expect your password to fare against a determined attacker. However, regardless of how strong your password is, the only prudent course of action is for you to immediately change your password here and everywhere else you used it or a similar password.

The following table shows how long it will take on average for a rather powerful attacker to recover RANDOM passwords using current technology, depending on the password's alphabet and length. If your password is not completely random (ie. generated with the help of dice or a computer random number generator), then you should assume that your password is already broken.

It is not especially helpful to turn words into leetspeak or put stuff between words. If you have a password like "w0rd71Voc4b", then you should count that as just 2 words to be safe. In reality, your extra stuff will slow an attacker down, but the effect is probably much less than you'd think. Again, the times listed in the table only apply if the words were chosen at random from a word list. If the words are significant in any way, and especially if they form a grammatical sentence or are a quote from a book/webpage/article/etc., then you should consider your password to be broken.

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Estimated time (conservative) for an attacker to break randomly-constructed
bitcointalk.org passwords with current technology

s=second; m=minute; h=hour; d=day; y=year; ky=1000 years; My=1 million years

Password length  a-z  a-zA-Z  a-zA-Z0-9  <all standard>
              8    0      3s        12s              2m
              9    0      2m        13m              3h
             10   8s      2h        13h             13d
             11   3m      5d        34d              1y
             12   1h    261d         3y            260y
             13   1d     37y       366y            22ky
             14  43d   1938y       22ky             1My
             15   1y   100ky        1My           160My
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         1 word  0
        2 words  0
        3 words  0
        4 words  3m
        5 words  19d
        6 words  405y
        7 words  3My

Each password has its own 12-byte random salt, so it isn't possible to attack more than one password with the same work. If it takes someone 5 days to recover your password, that time will all have to be spent on your password. Therefore, it's likely that only weak passwords will be recovered en masse -- more complicated passwords will be recovered only in targeted attacks against certain people.

If your account is compromised due to this, email acctcomp15@theymos.e4ward.com from the email that was previously associated with your account.

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If you changed your password in the short time when the forum was online a little over a day ago, the change didn't stick. You'll have to change it again.

How the compromise happened:

The attacker was able to acquire KVM access credentials for the server. The investigation into how this was possible is still ongoing, so I don't know everything, and I don't yet want to publish everything that I do know, but it seems almost certain that it was a problem on the ISP's end.

After he got KVM access, the attacker convinced the ISP NFOrce that he was me (using his KVM access as part of his evidence) and said that he had locked himself out of the server. So NFOrce reset the server's root password for him, giving him complete access to the server and bypassing most of our carefully-designed security measures. I originally assumed that the attacker gained access entirely via social engineering, but later investigation showed that this was probably only part of the overall attack. As far as I know, NFOrce's overall security practices are no worse than average.

To reduce downtime and avoid temporarily-broken features, I was originally going to stay in NFOrce's data center. However, some things made me suspicious and I moved everything elsewhere. That's where the extra day+ of downtime came from after a short period of uptime. No additional data was leaked.

The forum will pay up to 15 XAU (converted to BTC) for information about the attacker's real-world identity. Exact payment amounts will depend on the quality and usefulness of information as well as what information I've already acquired, but if for example you're the first person to contact me and your info allows me to successfully prosecute this person, then you will get the full 15 XAU. You need to actually convince me that your info is accurate -- just sending me someone's name is useless.

The attacker used the following IPs/email:
37.48.77.227
66.172.27.160
lopaz291@safe-mail.net

Original Thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1067985.0

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May 26, 2015, 03:35:48 PM
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According to that info, there was no need to change my password... but I did anyway  Wink

I used a combination of five (5) words, and random characters, containing a total of 22 characters. Now, it's 27 total, using the same basic methodology.

Thanks for that info, because I now feel quite a bit safer if (when) this happens again.
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May 26, 2015, 05:18:40 PM
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According to that info, there was no need to change my password... but I did anyway  Wink

I used a combination of five (5) words, and random characters, containing a total of 22 characters. Now, it's 27 total, using the same basic methodology.

Thanks for that info, because I now feel quite a bit safer if (when) this happens again.
Nice. How long is that expected to crack? A thousand + years?  It is amazing how easy/fast the small passwords are to crack. Very few do this. It is better to have as many random characters as possible. Crazy stuff.

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May 26, 2015, 05:37:47 PM
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Um, is someone pumping MINT today?

Up 50%???

Not complaining, pleasantly surprised. Looks like someone Is acquiring again  Smiley


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Um, is someone pumping MINT today?

Up 50%???

Not complaining, pleasantly surprised. Looks like someone Is acquiring again  Smiley




yep, up to 10 sat and 15btc moved today. nice

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May 27, 2015, 10:33:58 AM
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Um, is someone pumping MINT today?

Up 50%???

Not complaining, pleasantly surprised. Looks like someone Is acquiring again  Smiley




yep, up to 10 sat and 15btc moved today. nice

which exchange?
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May 27, 2015, 11:02:40 AM
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Um, is someone pumping MINT today?

Up 50%???

Not complaining, pleasantly surprised. Looks like someone Is acquiring again  Smiley




yep, up to 10 sat and 15btc moved today. nice

which exchange?

Currently 23btc in volume across exchanges (7:00am EDT). A lot of movement happening here. 14btc @ Cryptsy, and the rest between bter and polo.

I wonder if that mass buyer earlier in the year is getting ready to make a healthy profit? If they could move it to 40sat they'd double their money.
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May 27, 2015, 12:43:35 PM
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Um, is someone pumping MINT today?

Up 50%???

Not complaining, pleasantly surprised. Looks like someone Is acquiring again  Smiley




yep, up to 10 sat and 15btc moved today. nice

which exchange?

Currently 23btc in volume across exchanges (7:00am EDT). A lot of movement happening here. 14btc @ Cryptsy, and the rest between bter and polo.

I wonder if that mass buyer earlier in the year is getting ready to make a healthy profit? If they could move it to 40sat they'd double their money.

finding a massive buyer at 40 sat might prove difficult though...

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