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Author Topic: [ANN][MINT] Mintcoin (POS) (5%) - New Wallet v2.0.2 released 3/1/16  (Read 1260724 times)
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August 03, 2015, 05:33:04 PM
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Be sure to thank Presstab too as he is the one that did the fix and compiled the windows wallet Smiley


Of course , credits due to all who do  Roll Eyes

In that sense : Thank You Both , and since I haven't before explicitly done so by being distracted and unaware … I'll just do it now : Thank You Presstab
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August 03, 2015, 09:34:56 PM
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He have a MINT donation address?

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August 04, 2015, 12:26:01 AM
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Wow I havent had such an easy wallet upgrade in so long.  To top it all off, v1.7 had a debug file over over 200mb over the last 2 weeks and v2.0 opened and synced in no time.  I was terrified to have to download he chain again but no need!   Even my CPU usage has dropped significantly (most likely due to the debug.txt not being active but still).

It's this kind of development, foresight, and attention to detail that is going to make this coin thrive.  Great job Mint Team!

Edit***  Whats the dev address again?  I feel sharing some minty love.

Here is the mintcoin address for our new developer

SupaSonic
Mfz6nPPDYRE2qYBBRRFXE4QRX1Ahec2Eih

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MtPUXx1RcetTXFhCL39XB5TZjsBhnMyFDo

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August 04, 2015, 01:38:08 AM
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Wow I havent had such an easy wallet upgrade in so long.  To top it all off, v1.7 had a debug file over over 200mb over the last 2 weeks and v2.0 opened and synced in no time.  I was terrified to have to download he chain again but no need!   Even my CPU usage has dropped significantly (most likely due to the debug.txt not being active but still).

It's this kind of development, foresight, and attention to detail that is going to make this coin thrive.  Great job Mint Team!

Edit***  Whats the dev address again?  I feel sharing some minty love.

Here is the mintcoin address for our new developer

SupaSonic
Mfz6nPPDYRE2qYBBRRFXE4QRX1Ahec2Eih

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MtPUXx1RcetTXFhCL39XB5TZjsBhnMyFDo


If you're using the Mac or Linux clients and are feeling generous, you can always send some minty love my way too Wink

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August 04, 2015, 08:44:55 AM
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Just a little update:

I've been working on my own towards a stable 64bit windows build the past few days. It is slow going, to say the least, but I'm making progress. I'm currently running into an access violation when trying to read the .conf file that is causing both the Qt wallet and the headless daemon to crash.

Hopefully I'll find the source of the problem soon and be able to provide a Minty fresh 64bit client Smiley

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August 04, 2015, 02:52:56 PM
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Thanks for the tips Smiley

Looks like the new version has everything up and running great. Glad to see it Cheesy

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August 04, 2015, 09:56:18 PM
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FYI:
https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/commit/0438e27664719ed568d2add77e85bee08dcfd125
Add another 10 confirmations to the network requirements for
transactions and coinstake transactions.


int nMinConfirmations = (GetAdjustedTime() > FORK_TIME ? nCoinbaseMaturity + 10 : nCoinbaseMaturity);

Mint confirmations are still at 4 during transactions, so that line does not appear to be working.
May want to edit that part about 10 additional confirmations per transaction if staying at 4.

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August 04, 2015, 10:23:36 PM
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FYI:
https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/commit/0438e27664719ed568d2add77e85bee08dcfd125
Add another 10 confirmations to the network requirements for
transactions and coinstake transactions.


int nMinConfirmations = (GetAdjustedTime() > FORK_TIME ? nCoinbaseMaturity + 10 : nCoinbaseMaturity);

Mint confirmations are still at 4 during transactions, so that line does not appear to be working.
May want to edit that part about 10 additional confirmations per transaction if staying at 4.

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Thanks for the info. btw please use github issues page for technical things like this, much easier to track than bitcointalk.

I think it was just wrongly labelled, the change was for the coinbase transactions which are checked for depth in this process when they are spent. You can spend unconfirmed normal transactions at any pace you would like.

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August 04, 2015, 10:39:45 PM
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Thanks for the info. btw please use github issues page for technical things like this, much easier to track than bitcointalk.

I think it was just wrongly labelled, the change was for the coinbase transactions which are checked for depth in this process when they are spent. You can spend unconfirmed normal transactions at any pace you would like.

Ok, maybe, just misunderstood, when sending and receiving coins with the mint wallet ,
should it take 4 confirms or 14 confirms before transaction complete, because mine shows 4 like always.

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August 04, 2015, 10:54:55 PM
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Thanks for the info. btw please use github issues page for technical things like this, much easier to track than bitcointalk.

I think it was just wrongly labelled, the change was for the coinbase transactions which are checked for depth in this process when they are spent. You can spend unconfirmed normal transactions at any pace you would like.

Ok, maybe, just misunderstood, when sending and receiving coins with the mint wallet ,
should it take 4 confirms or 14 confirms, because mine shows 4 like always.

Thanks.
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A minted transaction should take 40 confirmations.

A standard transaction is confirmed within any arbitrary count that you would like it to be confirmed. You could respend it within 0 confirms if you would like to. The QT code suggests a number of confirmations to wait, and highlights the transactions accordingly. For Mintcoin this is set to 4, we could bump it up for the next release if we want to, theres no real reason to though.

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/blob/master/src/qt/transactionrecord.h#L76

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August 04, 2015, 11:01:24 PM
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A minted transaction should take 40 confirmations.

A standard transaction is confirmed within any arbitrary count that you would like it to be confirmed. You could respend it within 0 confirms if you would like to. The QT code suggests a number of confirmations to wait, and highlights the transactions accordingly. For Mintcoin this is set to 4, we could bump it up for the next release if we want to, theres no real reason to though.

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/blob/master/src/qt/transactionrecord.h#L76

OK,
You confused me.  Wink

I thought mintcoins sent to another wallet was 4 confirmations before the coins were available to be used.
And 50 confirmations if you staked new mintcoins.

What exactly had 10 added to it, that is my confusion.

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August 04, 2015, 11:35:51 PM
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A minted transaction should take 40 confirmations.

A standard transaction is confirmed within any arbitrary count that you would like it to be confirmed. You could respend it within 0 confirms if you would like to. The QT code suggests a number of confirmations to wait, and highlights the transactions accordingly. For Mintcoin this is set to 4, we could bump it up for the next release if we want to, theres no real reason to though.

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/blob/master/src/qt/transactionrecord.h#L76

OK,
You confused me.  Wink

I thought mintcoins sent to another wallet was 4 confirmations before the coins were available to be used.
And 50 confirmations if you staked new mintcoins.

What exactly had 10 added to it, that is my confusion.

Thanks.
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I would go by these numbers as it is what your QT wallet should be telling you

Before Fork:
- CoinStake tx requires 50 confirmations (nCoinbaseMaturity + 20)
- Normal transactions require 0 confirmations, but QT wallet suggests waiting 4 confirmations.

After Fork:
- CoinStake tx requires 60 confirmations (nCoinbaseMaturity + 30)
- Normal transactions require 0 confirmations, but QT wallet suggests waiting 4 confirmations.

I opened an issue on github if you need to discuss this some more or find any issues. https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/issues/15

Edit: the issue is concerning the over reporting of confirmations required by certain parts of the code, this seems uniform over a wide range of PoS coins and is not unique to MINT.


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August 04, 2015, 11:43:07 PM
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Not sure why but my wallet stays at exactly 63.86% sync rate, then gets stuck there and synchronises again to that % point when shut down and started again.

Is there any known fix for this?
Using Mintcoin qt v2.0.0.1 for win32.

Other than the described issue, it has been syncing fine so far.

Edit:
conf file looks like this:
addnode=144.76.220.169
addnode=213.114.153.118
addnode=1.80.150.168
addnode=184.72.188.245
addnode=162.243.4.85
addnode=115.28.140.128
addnode=113.135.64.107
addnode=27.33.253.164
addnode=209.190.29.2
addnode=155.210.52.121
addnode=62.178.31.2
addnode=91.228.76.83
addnode=115.29.224.192
addnode=128.199.255.172
addnode=223.199.16.58
addnode=23.253.55.13
addnode=162.243.70.241
addnode=107.170.26.18
addnode=115.28.177.49
addnode=93.78.120.235
addnode=218.77.97.176
addnode=182.112.134.112
addnode=155.210.52.121
addnode=94.194.77.2
addnode=5.255.66.44
addnode=115.28.129.207

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August 04, 2015, 11:47:51 PM
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Not sure why but my wallet stays at exactly 63.86% sync rate, then gets stuck there and synchronises again to that % point when shut down and started again.

Is there any known fix for this?
Using Mintcoin qt v2.0.0.1 for win32.

Other than the described issue, it has been syncing fine so far.

Edit:
conf file looks like this:
addnode=144.76.220.169
addnode=213.114.153.118
addnode=1.80.150.168
addnode=184.72.188.245
addnode=162.243.4.85
addnode=115.28.140.128
addnode=113.135.64.107
addnode=27.33.253.164
addnode=209.190.29.2
addnode=155.210.52.121
addnode=62.178.31.2
addnode=91.228.76.83
addnode=115.29.224.192
addnode=128.199.255.172
addnode=223.199.16.58
addnode=23.253.55.13
addnode=162.243.70.241
addnode=107.170.26.18
addnode=115.28.177.49
addnode=93.78.120.235
addnode=218.77.97.176
addnode=182.112.134.112
addnode=155.210.52.121
addnode=94.194.77.2
addnode=5.255.66.44
addnode=115.28.129.207

Can you tell me an exact block?

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August 05, 2015, 12:03:56 AM
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Now at 63.88%, most recent block downloaded is 1,126,493.

Edit: and the problem persists with this percentage.
Edit2: No wait! it went 1k blocks further now (then stuck again), guess this part will take a whole lot of time (just like syncing HunterCoin from scratch manually...)

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August 05, 2015, 01:33:12 AM
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Not sure why but my wallet stays at exactly 63.86% sync rate, then gets stuck there and synchronises again to that % point when shut down and started again.

Is there any known fix for this?
Using Mintcoin qt v2.0.0.1 for win32.

Other than the described issue, it has been syncing fine so far.

Edit:
conf file looks like this:
addnode=144.76.220.169
addnode=213.114.153.118
addnode=1.80.150.168
addnode=184.72.188.245
addnode=162.243.4.85
addnode=115.28.140.128
addnode=113.135.64.107
addnode=27.33.253.164
addnode=209.190.29.2
addnode=155.210.52.121
addnode=62.178.31.2
addnode=91.228.76.83
addnode=115.29.224.192
addnode=128.199.255.172
addnode=223.199.16.58
addnode=23.253.55.13
addnode=162.243.70.241
addnode=107.170.26.18
addnode=115.28.177.49
addnode=93.78.120.235
addnode=218.77.97.176
addnode=182.112.134.112
addnode=155.210.52.121
addnode=94.194.77.2
addnode=5.255.66.44
addnode=115.28.129.207

Maybe just try deleting it. I synced my wallet from scratch and I don't even have a conf file in my Mintcoin folder. Close client, delete the .conf file and restart the client. Mintcoin has always worked very well for me, even syncing from scratch - sometimes there can be a delay with the GUI though if you have a lot of syncing to do. Then, just be patient, or use the bootstrap. In my experience, you don't need the conf file anyway. It will find nodes and everything all by itself. I am fairly new to crypto stuff though so if someone else knows better...  Smiley

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August 05, 2015, 01:48:24 AM
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I thought the coin was dead after it reach to 3 satoshi some months ago .......... but now i wish i bought 1 million of it ......

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August 05, 2015, 03:37:06 AM
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I think the coin was dead after it reach to 3 satoshi some months ago but now i wish i bought 1 million of it ......

There are many believers in this coin that took up positions early and kept staking regardless of the lows you are referring to. Mintcoin has met many challenges and will keep on succeeding. The value of this coin is destined for triple SAT figures and that is just the beginning. Notice when this coin hit its ATH recently hardly anyone was talking about the price in this thread. Relative to other 'altcoins' this is an old crypto-currency now, but MINT has it's own timeline and there are two further rate drops before this coin matures. When the price swings too wildly the POS nature of this coin is undermined, now it is stable at the 24-26 SAT range this is a perfect time to buy. There is plenty of time to stake before the next upswing. If Bitcoin takes a dive then Mintcoin is ready to take up the slack, or alternately if Bitcoin rises sharply then Mint will rise alongside it. So it is about as safe an investment you will find in this crypto market.

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August 05, 2015, 03:56:11 PM
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I thought the coin was dead after it reach to 3 satoshi some months ago .......... but now i wish i bought 1 million of it ......

I have to agree with you. It was no fun watching Mint languish.

Never count Mint out.  Dedicated people behind this coin. 

Mint is an "honest" altcoin. No scamming. No fud. No bs. It's just a well performing coin; as an investment and a real currency. I'm always amazed at how fast transactions confirm.

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August 05, 2015, 09:23:10 PM
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I think the coin was dead after it reach to 3 satoshi some months ago but now i wish i bought 1 million of it ......

There are many believers in this coin that took up positions early and kept staking regardless of the lows you are referring to. Mintcoin has met many challenges and will keep on succeeding. The value of this coin is destined for triple SAT figures and that is just the beginning. Notice when this coin hit its ATH recently hardly anyone was talking about the price in this thread. Relative to other 'altcoins' this is an old crypto-currency now, but MINT has it's own timeline and there are two further rate drops before this coin matures. When the price swings too wildly the POS nature of this coin is undermined, now it is stable at the 24-26 SAT range this is a perfect time to buy. There is plenty of time to stake before the next upswing. If Bitcoin takes a dive then Mintcoin is ready to take up the slack, or alternately if Bitcoin rises sharply then Mint will rise alongside it. So it is about as safe an investment you will find in this crypto market.

I thought the coin was dead after it reach to 3 satoshi some months ago .......... but now i wish i bought 1 million of it ......

I have to agree with you. It was no fun watching Mint languish.

Never count Mint out.  Dedicated people behind this coin. 

Mint is an "honest" altcoin. No scamming. No fud. No bs. It's just a well performing coin; as an investment and a real currency. I'm always amazed at how fast transactions confirm.


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