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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1343449 times)
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June 10, 2015, 09:20:29 AM
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I would agree with this, as one who opened both my Mint & Zeit wallets over 6 months later to stake (I would almost call them twins, if you look close enough at the specs). I only had a very small amount though, still remember Ray's face palm of my post & it should be a must to be able to open any one of these apps up months/years or even decades if there is desire to (otherwise why is this being created, to always trade 100% of holdings & not hand down to future generations or save up for school/car/house/etc..)? I try to look past the flaws, since I know they will be worked out in the future & just hope that future is close enough this realm of time we stand in Undecided

PoS 1 coins can be very secure , Mint just needs to follows Zeit's example.
We have the ZeitKnights, that can easily fend off any 51% attacks, it is one of the reasons they were formed. Mint just needs to form its own guardians to protect its coin, and not leave it a job open to everybody that nobody does. If they do that PoS II would be unnecessary, but if they don't, then PoS II is Mint best chance to be safe from such attacks, but at the cost of a great feature.


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June 10, 2015, 10:00:47 AM
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Start MINTing on arm processors - low power cheep nodes for everyone Smiley

Startup your Raspberry-pi's and CuBox-i's

A bit of a hack needed but it works

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/issues/11#issuecomment-101760242

Update on Mintcoin on ARM architecture:

3 weeks to download the block chain - stable wallet and no issues
Transferred all my mint so I have another 20 days wait to start low power minting.  Cool

Glad to see the price improve  Wink


I will be securing the network 24/7 soon. Just waiting the 20 days.

Keep it simple - if its not broke don't fix it!  Cool

Buy a rpi or Cubox and run it 24/7 - 3 amp per day is very cheep to run

http://bitsharesdex.com/

"If you owe a bank thousands, you have a problem; owe a bank millions, the bank has a problem" Wink
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June 10, 2015, 11:16:01 AM
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I would agree with this, as one who opened both my Mint & Zeit wallets over 6 months later to stake (I would almost call them twins, if you look close enough at the specs). I only had a very small amount though, still remember Ray's face palm of my post & it should be a must to be able to open any one of these apps up months/years or even decades if there is desire to (otherwise why is this being created, to always trade 100% of holdings & not hand down to future generations or save up for school/car/house/etc..)? I try to look past the flaws, since I know they will be worked out in the future & just hope that future is close enough this realm of time we stand in Undecided

PoS 1 coins can be very secure , Mint just needs to follows Zeit's example.
We have the ZeitKnights, that can easily fend off any 51% attacks, it is one of the reasons they were formed. Mint just needs to form its own guardians to protect its coin, and not leave it a job open to everybody that nobody does. If they do that PoS II would be unnecessary, but if they don't, then PoS II is Mint best chance to be safe from such attacks, but at the cost of a great feature.


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The thing is about this is,  relatively small ammount of people got large ammount of coins. Am i right? Also a 51% attack is less likely to happen nowadays because people who are buying large amounts are not keeping them on a exchange since all of the major exchange hacks/frauds. It`s a good thing off course. Treat an exchange as a exchange and not as a bank. Always remember that people. 
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June 10, 2015, 03:01:06 PM
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New Mintcoin Podcast is Out!

Enjoy!
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June 10, 2015, 05:04:50 PM
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I would agree with this, as one who opened both my Mint & Zeit wallets over 6 months later to stake (I would almost call them twins, if you look close enough at the specs). I only had a very small amount though, still remember Ray's face palm of my post & it should be a must to be able to open any one of these apps up months/years or even decades if there is desire to (otherwise why is this being created, to always trade 100% of holdings & not hand down to future generations or save up for school/car/house/etc..)? I try to look past the flaws, since I know they will be worked out in the future & just hope that future is close enough this realm of time we stand in Undecided

PoS 1 coins can be very secure , Mint just needs to follows Zeit's example.
We have the ZeitKnights, that can easily fend off any 51% attacks, it is one of the reasons they were formed. Mint just needs to form its own guardians to protect its coin, and not leave it a job open to everybody that nobody does. If they do that PoS II would be unnecessary, but if they don't, then PoS II is Mint best chance to be safe from such attacks, but at the cost of a great feature.


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The thing is about this is,  relatively small ammount of people got large ammount of coins. Am i right? Also a 51% attack is less likely to happen nowadays because people who are buying large amounts are not keeping them on a exchange since all of the major exchange hacks/frauds. It`s a good thing off course. Treat an exchange as a exchange and not as a bank. Always remember that people. 

What is considered a large amount of mints?
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June 10, 2015, 05:51:00 PM
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Hello!
I have a problem with the wallet's syncing with the new wallet. Can I find a blockchain to download so I can get pass 30% of the blockchain?
Thank you!
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June 10, 2015, 06:12:05 PM
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Hello!
I have a problem with the wallet's syncing with the new wallet. Can I find a blockchain to download so I can get pass 30% of the blockchain?
Thank you!

http://www.mintcoinofficial.com/
Here, go to "download wallet", and then "download bootstrap.dat"
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June 10, 2015, 06:52:14 PM
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Hello!
I have a problem with the wallet's syncing with the new wallet. Can I find a blockchain to download so I can get pass 30% of the blockchain?
Thank you!

http://www.mintcoinofficial.com/
Here, go to "download wallet", and then "download bootstrap.dat"

Got it done! Thanks!
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June 10, 2015, 07:32:23 PM
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Did the page 1 OP announcement page get updated yet someone was saying a donation address for the block explorr listed was incorrect.

Sick of mining?  Start minting!  5% per year!  Mintcoin "MINT"
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June 10, 2015, 07:42:18 PM
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June 10, 2015, 10:23:00 PM
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I believe I updated it already - please let me know if it is incorrect?
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June 11, 2015, 04:22:13 AM
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What is considered a large amount of mints?
Well, currently, about 40-million gets you in the top 100.

If Mintcoin goes to a dollar...

Sick of mining?  Start minting!  5% per year!  Mintcoin "MINT"
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June 11, 2015, 07:17:54 AM
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If or when? Smiley
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June 11, 2015, 10:14:27 AM
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will mintcoin go to 10 satoshi or not?   Huh Undecided
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June 11, 2015, 04:48:42 PM
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will mintcoin go to 10 satoshi or not?   Huh Undecided

Mint is obviously gaining traction from the action we are witnessing this year. I would not count on sub 10 sat prices anytime soon. Looks like its year of the Mintcoin.


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June 11, 2015, 05:24:38 PM
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What is considered a large amount of mints?
Well, currently, about 40-million gets you in the top 100.

If Mintcoin goes to a dollar...

How did you come to the conclusion that 40 million mint gets you in the top 100? Interested.......

BITCOIN: 13UY67yfRjRVMR6hauZJbauHiDfeM2qXSg
MINTCOIN: MdVzxTfLDrzdij9vpee1YJGotBahfsfmqs
ASIACOIN: AH7dunb5G99XzCNj1KnGCdPkqc27pRPfBu
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June 11, 2015, 05:29:09 PM
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Holy Crap Mint jumped to 136 BTC Volume and - 0.00000036 BTC
NICE!!!!!!

BITCOIN: 13UY67yfRjRVMR6hauZJbauHiDfeM2qXSg
MINTCOIN: MdVzxTfLDrzdij9vpee1YJGotBahfsfmqs
ASIACOIN: AH7dunb5G99XzCNj1KnGCdPkqc27pRPfBu
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June 11, 2015, 05:29:44 PM
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What is considered a large amount of mints?
Well, currently, about 40-million gets you in the top 100.

If Mintcoin goes to a dollar...

How did you come to the conclusion that 40 million mint gets you in the top 100? Interested.......

Have a look at this: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/mint/#!rich  Wink
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June 11, 2015, 07:46:50 PM
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What is considered a large amount of mints?
Well, currently, about 40-million gets you in the top 100.

If Mintcoin goes to a dollar...

How did you come to the conclusion that 40 million mint gets you in the top 100? Interested.......

Have a look at this: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/mint/#!rich  Wink

Thanks

BITCOIN: 13UY67yfRjRVMR6hauZJbauHiDfeM2qXSg
MINTCOIN: MdVzxTfLDrzdij9vpee1YJGotBahfsfmqs
ASIACOIN: AH7dunb5G99XzCNj1KnGCdPkqc27pRPfBu
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June 11, 2015, 08:36:27 PM
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mint has flavor and can be money maker
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