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Author Topic: [ANN][MINT] Mintcoin (POS) (5%) - New Wallet v2.0.2 released 3/1/16  (Read 1224032 times)
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December 08, 2015, 10:01:26 AM
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sorry, are you in a cave?
have you not heard of a VPS?
My point is that I can't transfer the blockchain in the command line environment, nor from windows environment to SSH

Ok,
Correct this if I guess wrong,
Windows Machine at home and Linux VPS on the internet.

Down the blockchain using their way to windows PC.

Old School  Wink
On the Linux VPS , setup a FTP server https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kt9LmIXMBi0
You may have to google more info for your version.

Then FTP the blockchain files up to your VPS from your Windows PC.

 Cool



or better yet: SFTP or SCP

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December 08, 2015, 10:54:23 AM
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Its nice to see that we finally got to a stage where 2 relevant parties are talking. Its was strange to see people not even considering the possibility & rejecting any advance outright. It turned out to be more than getting people together when cryptomommy got busy & i had to relay messages around with people having prejudices/past bad experience with bittrex. I guess i wasn't expecting such hostility.

Next time i will probably use PM to official team & let you handle things in public.

This is a hectic time of the year. Holidays, family, work, society....I think many, MANY people (myself included) are a bit more on-edge in general. In terms of crypto, I think recent events have made many people skeptical or overly cautious or sometimes downright hostile. And of course, misinformation, impersonation, half-truths, miscommunications, and confusion is always in abundance around the internet.

You're always welcome to contact me directly on here, and I can be found on IRC most days at many random hours of the day.

addition to reaching out to fuzz, you can reach out to myself... I have no problems taking ideas from anyone, and bringing the up to the rest of the dev team.

I'd like to think I'm pretty much open to anything. I read the post you made here, and instantly brought it to the attention of the rest of devs, we discussed it, and I attempted to contact bittrex, only to find out it was a fake Sad
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December 08, 2015, 11:56:09 AM
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thanks i will from now on. Also i wasn't very eager or overly enthusiastic about getting on bittrex ever. I just sent info to cryptomommy once with what bittrex told me about their terms & then when they asked me in slack after no response from us i sent it to fuzzbawls. I got more involved only when people started making all kind of statements. Although i think bittrex is only good exchange left with clear policies & prompt communication. It seems other exchanges just dont care.

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December 08, 2015, 02:40:46 PM
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sorry, are you in a cave?
have you not heard of a VPS?
My point is that I can't transfer the blockchain in the command line environment, nor from windows environment to SSH

There is another way. Ask a user with access to the blockchain to make a zip file Wink
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December 08, 2015, 03:20:46 PM
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sorry, are you in a cave?
have you not heard of a VPS?
My point is that I can't transfer the blockchain in the command line environment, nor from windows environment to SSH

There is another way. Ask a user with access to the blockchain to make a zip file Wink

posted a few pages back:


I have a DB that zipped up uploaded to mediafire

http://www.mediafire.com/download/w6c5ttsz0c77mtp/mintcoin.zip

this will bring you up to 11/1 for anyone that needs, and doesn't understand how the bootstrap works
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December 08, 2015, 03:21:59 PM
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how much can i withdraw from crypsty  pro day? in $ , btc?
cant withdraw all my mint ,just last  700k want to remove from crypsty


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December 08, 2015, 04:32:30 PM
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how much can i withdraw from crypsty  pro day? in $ , btc?
cant withdraw all my mint ,just last  700k want to remove from crypsty

This is a question for Cryptsy support as their policies seem to change day to day.  I am still missing a chunk of mint from my Cryptsy balance.  I'm using Cryptsy less and less as the problems continue to snowball there.  Good luck.
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December 08, 2015, 09:37:50 PM
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I think MINT wallet at Cryptsy IS working... At least I was able to Deposit MINT in. I haven't tried to Withdrawal MINT out yet though. I have less than a hundred thousand in there, so not the end of the world if they are lost I guess.
Last I heard, BTC Withdrawals are NOT working at Cryptsy... At least a week's delay to get coins out, with preferential treatment going to highest tier accounts. I heard it it is a technical problem, not a funding problem. Apparently all the coins are there, it is just slow moving to get your coins.  But it appears to be getting worse, not better.

Another thing, Cryptsy openly admits they claim the right to stake all the proof of stake coins and keep all of the mintings! If you can't get your MINT out, they are probably staking it  Angry

I guess Bter is having issues too. Mintcoin deposits not showing up, their reply is, Mintcoin wallet doesn't work well, we are working on it but may take longer to get your coins...which sounds like Bullshit excuse to me. Some guy lost like 4millon MINT. That and besides they will take your Bitcoin if your account is not very active, and put it in their ponzi investment scheme!

Sick of mining?  Start minting!  5% per year!  Mintcoin "MINT"
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December 08, 2015, 09:52:21 PM
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I guess Bter is having issues too. Mintcoin deposits not showing up, their reply is, Mintcoin wallet doesn't work well, we are working on it but may take longer to get your coins...which sounds like Bullshit excuse to me. Some guy lost like 4millon MINT. That and besides they will take your Bitcoin if your account is not very active, and put it in their ponzi investment scheme!

If Bter is having problems running the MINT daemon...they should be contacting the MINT dev team or filing issue reports on Github

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December 09, 2015, 12:34:01 AM
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I guess Bter is having issues too. Mintcoin deposits not showing up, their reply is, Mintcoin wallet doesn't work well, we are working on it but may take longer to get your coins...which sounds like Bullshit excuse to me. Some guy lost like 4millon MINT. That and besides they will take your Bitcoin if your account is not very active, and put it in their ponzi investment scheme!

If Bter is having problems running the MINT daemon...they should be contacting the MINT dev team or filing issue reports on Github
They are Chinese. Not sure they know what to do.  Not saying that in a racist way, just saying the language barrier might be an issue. Maybe we should try to contact them? Maybe try sending them a small deposit and see if it goes through? Put in a support ticket. Idk.
I have a feeling the problem is more to do with bter. Are other wallets having issues there?  Then again, their exchange seems to be running a ponzi, so may be best not to affiliate with them. They claim you can get 10% return on your Bitcoin balance just by depositing into their scheme. And if you let your BTC sit in your account too long, it gets converted to their Scheme Version BTC.   They used to be a good exchange, idk what happened.

Sick of mining?  Start minting!  5% per year!  Mintcoin "MINT"
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December 09, 2015, 01:32:23 AM
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I guess Bter is having issues too. Mintcoin deposits not showing up, their reply is, Mintcoin wallet doesn't work well, we are working on it but may take longer to get your coins...which sounds like Bullshit excuse to me. Some guy lost like 4millon MINT. That and besides they will take your Bitcoin if your account is not very active, and put it in their ponzi investment scheme!

Just to give you a heads up, we have submitted a ticket to bter to get more details of why it is in maintenance and if there is anything we can assist with.
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December 09, 2015, 05:56:13 AM
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sorry, are you in a cave?
have you not heard of a VPS?
My point is that I can't transfer the blockchain in the command line environment, nor from windows environment to SSH

There is another way. Ask a user with access to the blockchain to make a zip file Wink
This would make it a lot easier, hence i do not like the bittorrent sync idea...
Can someone please do this?
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December 09, 2015, 08:22:38 AM
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I just want to put it out there, if I hurt anyone with what I said earlier, I am sorry. I don't mean to cause pain in anyway. Nothing is personal. Please forgive me.
I think it is important so say. I love everyone.

Sick of mining?  Start minting!  5% per year!  Mintcoin "MINT"
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December 09, 2015, 08:30:39 AM
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I just want to put it out there, if I hurt anyone with what I said earlier, I am sorry. I don't mean to cause pain in anyway. Nothing is personal. Please forgive me.
I think it is important so say. I love everyone.


dude! lets get some Elton John up in this thread!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25QyCxVkXwQ

MINT edition Wink

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December 09, 2015, 08:35:49 AM
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OK, So here is my issue.. everyone says the boot strap works fine for them, when I delete everything but the wallet.dat and use the bootstrap files I am presented with this error everytime.

Error initializing database environment /
Users/s3v3n/Library/Application Support/
MintCoin! To recover, BACKUP THAT
DIRECTORY, then remove everything from it
except for wallet.dat.

If I try and let the wallet sync normally, it stalls at 17.6% everytime..

I am using the latest update, on a Mac running OS X 10.10

When I update to the latest update it corrupted my old blockchain so I am wondering if there is an issue with the update for Mac. Also, the official link for the update is only for the mintcoind (daemon) what about a GUI version??

Any Mac users here??

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December 09, 2015, 10:01:19 AM
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OK, So here is my issue.. everyone says the boot strap works fine for them, when I delete everything but the wallet.dat and use the bootstrap files I am presented with this error everytime.

Error initializing database environment /
Users/s3v3n/Library/Application Support/
MintCoin! To recover, BACKUP THAT
DIRECTORY, then remove everything from it
except for wallet.dat.

If I try and let the wallet sync normally, it stalls at 17.6% everytime..

I am using the latest update, on a Mac running OS X 10.10

When I update to the latest update it corrupted my old blockchain so I am wondering if there is an issue with the update for Mac. Also, the official link for the update is only for the mintcoind (daemon) what about a GUI version??

Any Mac users here??

https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/releases/tag/v2.0.1.0

^^ thats the official link for the latest release packages. Other links such as dropbox/google drive/etc (from the mint website) SHOULD mirror those packages, but I myself don't have control over those file hosting links. When in doubt, always ALWAYS download from the github release tab. (this is actually something that we're going to push more in the future)

btw, there is indeed a Qt wallet for OSX on the above link.

Also, after reviewing your issue in more detail thanks to your error message report as well as the OS you are using, I did indeed find an issue with the OSX wallet packages and how they handle the bootstrap. I have recompiled, retested, and reuploaded the OSX packages to the above link. You shouldn't have to redownload the bootstrap, but you will need to redownload the wallet package containing the updated app.

The issue wasn't found during our testing of 2.0.1.0 because there wasn't a 2.0.1.0 bootstrap available at the time (of course), and there was no problem with simply upgrading the app version using a pre-existing data dir, and also no problem with fresh syncing.

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December 09, 2015, 10:36:13 AM
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sorry, are you in a cave?
have you not heard of a VPS?
My point is that I can't transfer the blockchain in the command line environment, nor from windows environment to SSH

There is another way. Ask a user with access to the blockchain to make a zip file Wink
This would make it a lot easier, hence i do not like the bittorrent sync idea...
Can someone please do this?

There you go!

https://mega.nz/#!JIgynSaK
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December 09, 2015, 11:10:56 AM
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sorry, are you in a cave?
have you not heard of a VPS?
My point is that I can't transfer the blockchain in the command line environment, nor from windows environment to SSH

There is another way. Ask a user with access to the blockchain to make a zip file Wink
This would make it a lot easier, hence i do not like the bittorrent sync idea...
Can someone please do this?

There you go!

https://mega.nz/#!JIgynSaK
what is the decryption key for the file....
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December 09, 2015, 11:31:28 AM
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https://mega.nz/#!JIgynSaK!PnzvTmF2BdvgNyz-r-tY8WDV277L47pLap_mzGo1vEg
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and what command in linux would allow me to download this...
wget, would not lol
what i'm getting at, need direct download URL.
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