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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1324076 times)
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November 07, 2015, 11:55:25 PM
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What build were you using before?
What's the explorer say?
Have you tried running it back on the earlier build?
What operating system?

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November 08, 2015, 12:40:30 AM
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so my back up wallet should not be the same balance as the one that has been staking since the backup.

 Huh

i think you are wrong , the backup has nothing to do with the amount what is in wallet; it must have the same balance

you could use a very old backup and have all you coins on it , excepted if new addresses are used what does not eaper in the old backup


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November 08, 2015, 01:39:11 AM
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I upgraded my wallet to the most recent build yesterday and after it synced I notice I am missing 376,887 Mintcoins?  Shocked

I went from having 5586259 to 5209372.514076

I just loaded my backed up wallet from a few weeks ago & it has the same balance 5209372.414076 (I sent 10 mints to the new address the wallet generated to test before I loaded my back up wallet.

My wallet stays running 24/7 & I have staked coins in that 2 weeks so my back up wallet should not be the same balance as the one that has been staking since the backup.

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What version of the wallet were you running previously? And is the "missing" balance stake rewards or sent transactions?

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November 08, 2015, 07:47:40 AM
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What proof do you have the rumors are true? Source? You can't just say so and leave us hanging with nothing to verify.

I was speaking from personal experience, RE: trouble with Bitcoin withdrawal issues. I also have some 700K of Mazacoin that I may not be able to ever to get off the exchange, the wallet has been in 'maintenance mode' for over a month despite there being no recent changes to the coin.

There are many people complaining about similar issues, have a look at this reddit thread:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3rvl2a/cryptsy_exchange_warning_unable_to_withdrawal/?utm_so

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November 08, 2015, 12:58:17 PM
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My laptop broke. I have a wallet.dat that is a few weeks old and may be able to recover the wallet.dat from the laptop.
Does it matter which I use? if I use the older one wont it be updated and correct once I finish downloading the blockchain?


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November 08, 2015, 01:15:03 PM
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Did you create any new addresses in the past few weeks? If so, use the one from the laptop.
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November 08, 2015, 08:48:36 PM
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Hi,

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November 09, 2015, 05:05:10 PM
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November 09, 2015, 09:34:06 PM
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I thought the newest build was supposed to help use less memory? Mint is using almost 700MB & its not even staking. What is it doing do hog up so much system RAM? Also the CPU usage is 28%- 43%.

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November 09, 2015, 09:41:22 PM
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What build were you using before?
The last one before the newest update.

What's the explorer say?
All my address add up to the balance of the newest wallet build.

Have you tried running it back on the earlier build?
I deleted it & can't find the older builds to download to try.

What operating system?
Windows 10 64 bit Enterprise Edition

I guess the other wallet was showing an incorrect balance?

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November 09, 2015, 10:34:26 PM
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I thought the newest build was supposed to help use less memory? Mint is using almost 700MB & its not even staking. What is it doing do hog up so much system RAM? Also the CPU usage is 28%- 43%.

Most likely because of the size of the over 2 year old blockchain with a 30 second block time.
But I don't think , they said the last version would help that, it is the next version they are working on that has not been released yet.
If the next version does not lower it, then your only other option is a chain swap and a modification of the block time speed.
For example Sprouts with a 2.5 minute block time and only a few months old uses only ~100 meg.
But best to wait for the new version before considering something that major.

 Cool

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Combine your Mint into fewer blocks and it will decrease the amount of CPU used.  Smiley
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November 09, 2015, 11:31:36 PM
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I thought the newest build was supposed to help use less memory? Mint is using almost 700MB & its not even staking. What is it doing do hog up so much system RAM? Also the CPU usage is 28%- 43%.

your cpu usage is a bit high... open debug window and provide version please
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November 10, 2015, 03:33:58 AM
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What is your processor speed capacity?

BTW, when I am running Mintcoin it uses 810MB RAM. I am still on build 2.0.0.1 though.

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November 10, 2015, 10:35:45 AM
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What is your processor speed capacity?

BTW, when I am running Mintcoin it uses 810MB RAM. I am still on build 2.0.0.1 though.

RAM is being addressed... CPU was addressed in 2.0.1
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November 10, 2015, 11:55:09 AM
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CPU usage will be higher if their are more blocks trying to stake.
Version of Wallet does not change this fact.
Consolidate mint to fewer blocks and the CPU usage will get closer to what an empty wallet would use.


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November 11, 2015, 02:27:09 PM
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ShapeShift.io has released our instant exchange app for Android devices! Buy or sell Mintcoin with bitcoin and 45+ cryptos instantly on any Android device. Exchange anytime, anywhere: https://shapeshift.io/site/tools/shapeshift-mobile

Holy Cannoli this is awesome!!!
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November 11, 2015, 02:27:49 PM
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It would be nice to have a podcast soon. So many happenings with MINT going on Smiley

Starting my vacation today - podcast coming soon Smiley
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November 13, 2015, 05:15:08 AM
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When is that pooled minting service by Steak Cloud going to be released for MINT? I am really interested in this idea. I have some friends and family, who would probably use a service like this because they have some MINT and are holding, but aren't tech savy enough to actively maintain and manage a Mintcoin client, so they are not getting in on the minting action. Right now they just park their coins on exchanges, but that is less than ideal, and they receive no mintings (probably the exchanges are taking them all!).
If this minting pool can be a reliable trustworthy service, it would be great for the average lay person who wouldn't mint at all otherwise. I hope it could be easy enough my grandma could mint some coins. Looking forward to some of these great services! Last month they said they would have some release out soon, but I haven't heard anything since. I know these things take time to develop, and it is better to make sure you get it right from the get-go, than rush it out, only to have it compromised and coins stolen, reputation destroyed etc.

Anyone heard anything?

Imagine if everyone pulls all their Mintcoins from exchanges and just parks them to continually mint more coins, the price could rise indefinitely. My plan is to continually keep minting like this, and eventually, sell only a small % of my mintings. For example, say 10 years down the road, we will be minting 5% per year, if we only sell 1%, then the price value keeps growing. I think that would work out very well.

I feel like MintCoin is a vision. You have to catch the vision, for some it may be hard to see at first, but once you see it, it is captivating!

The reason is, it makes sense, to not sell your mintings; it is because if you would sell your mintings, you would gradually lose your minting power over time, and those who keep saving, will not lose minting power. Those who keep saving, but also keep buying up some more coins from time to time, they are buying the coins for sale that people are minting or have minted, they will be rewarded with even more minting power.

Since MintCoins are basically like little miners, or little minters, that will duplicate themselves, whenever you buy or sell MintCoins, you are essentially buying/selling Coins with built-in mining/minting gear, that will never expire, so it's value will never depreciate. MintCoins do not "wear out" or stop minting. The value of compounding is built in.

Another day, another night, Mintcoin keeps on minting!

I am actually surprised how cheap the price of MINT is currently. I think it has to do with the fact though that most people out there are just in it for a quick buck, a quick gain, looking at the daily price gains, ignoring most else. They don't want to actually hold onto a coin long-term.

MintCoin has another aspect though, because the coins mint! I think the slow and steady wins the race. Stacking MintCoins is like growing a crop. You start with a single plant and you keep planting the seeds, and those seeds grow, and eventually produce more seeds, you have to keep sowing, and starting off it seems like very little for the work, but over time, you get more and more seeds, and more and more plants, until one day, you look back, and you have a full farmland to admire that is producing a yield you can live on. The thing about it though is assets like these take time to really see the payoff, like over 5 years. You have to weather the storms, like with a bad year in farming, if a manipulator tries to jerk your coin values around, you have to out last it, and usually the next crop, or the next cycle you will enter a time that yields even more.  If you are long-term minded, I think it is a safer way to gain, than through market speculation, and trading anyway. Personally, I'd rather make $100 passively having to do nothing, than make $1000 but have to actually continually work exhaustively for. I guess it is a mindset thing. I'm with MINT for the long-haul. I'm not a salesman, nor am I trying to pump MINT or anything, just giving out my thoughts to already MINT holders to give encouragement and help spread the vision. We have ourselves a very great coin here, my friends. Keep on minting!  Smiley
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November 13, 2015, 01:29:17 PM
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I was just thinking / dreaming Wink
Bitcoin will probably go to the roof within 5 to 15 years or so making one bitcoin worth in access of 10000US or more even.
Let's asume mintcoin catches on to and will on it's own rise 10x in value.

It wil bring mint pretty close to the 10ct / 1 dollar per mint value.

And yes i keep dreaming and minting i own a lot of these little fuckers from the start  Cool Cool Cool
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November 13, 2015, 06:48:30 PM
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Price is the lowest its been in a while, but hardly anyone is selling anymore. Hardly anything is holding tge price down. Imagine what just $10,000  investment would do to raise the price. You have to be careful not to pump it. That's why I've noticed that you have to buy slowly so the price doesn't spike. Then you can actually get more coins that way.

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