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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1323915 times)
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December 24, 2015, 10:47:23 AM
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Just about finished prototyping my Open Source Software release, based on Linux Mint 17, titled 'Quetzalcoatl'. Comes out before the end of the year!

Any suggestions about changing the icon for the Mintcoin-Qt executable?

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December 24, 2015, 11:50:05 AM
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Just about finished prototyping my Open Source Software release, based on Linux Mint 17, titled 'Quetzalcoatl'. Comes out before the end of the year!

Any suggestions about changing the icon for the Mintcoin-Qt executable?

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What do you think about this for the icon https://cryptospout.com/images/Mintcoin.png, i mean it is the classic logo

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December 25, 2015, 10:55:22 AM
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December 25, 2015, 02:23:17 PM
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Merry Christmas to all of you!
Also Mintcoin birthday is closing in Grin
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December 25, 2015, 02:33:25 PM
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Merry christmas to everyone, i hope this will be the great Mintcoin year, it have a nice community, it is a really fast coin, the pos is working perfect, there are some working nodes for faster sync

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December 26, 2015, 06:16:00 PM
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What do you think about this for the icon https://cryptospout.com/images/Mintcoin.png, i mean it is the classic logo

If you have any specific file size or format requests I'll be happy to provide them for you.  Smiley

http://www.mintcoinofficial.com/forums/topic/official-mintcoin-logo/

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December 27, 2015, 11:43:39 AM
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can anyone explain why when dowloading the block chain in the latest mint coin client, the amount of progress jumps about one day it's 30% and then the next its 21% also the amount of blocks change one day its 567948 then next it 1737264.  it all over the place ? 

(the blocks there are just examples not the actual block)
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December 27, 2015, 01:20:21 PM
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can anyone explain why when dowloading the block chain in the latest mint coin client, the amount of progress jumps about one day it's 30% and then the next its 21% also the amount of blocks change one day its 567948 then next it 1737264.  it all over the place ? 

(the blocks there are just examples not the actual block)

I think its because of where checkpoints are put by devs in the blockchain, but i am not sure. The client sees till closest checkpoint i guess & when it is synced to that point it searches for next checkpoint & so on.

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December 28, 2015, 06:34:44 PM
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can anyone explain why when dowloading the block chain in the latest mint coin client, the amount of progress jumps about one day it's 30% and then the next its 21% also the amount of blocks change one day its 567948 then next it 1737264.  it all over the place ? 

(the blocks there are just examples not the actual block)

I think its because of where checkpoints are put by devs in the blockchain, but i am not sure. The client sees till closest checkpoint i guess & when it is synced to that point it searches for next checkpoint & so on.

Crazy i have had this running for over a week now and still only at 54%.  it has been in the 60's at some stages but then i check again the next day and i have went backwards........ like seriously why is anyone even bothering with this coin anymore?Huh?  as soon as i can send my coins im outa here, sell sell sell, 1 satoshi will do...... Embarrassed
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December 28, 2015, 06:36:15 PM
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Well, bootstrap does the trick in an hour or 2.
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December 28, 2015, 06:38:12 PM
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can anyone explain why when dowloading the block chain in the latest mint coin client, the amount of progress jumps about one day it's 30% and then the next its 21% also the amount of blocks change one day its 567948 then next it 1737264.  it all over the place ? 

(the blocks there are just examples not the actual block)

I think its because of where checkpoints are put by devs in the blockchain, but i am not sure. The client sees till closest checkpoint i guess & when it is synced to that point it searches for next checkpoint & so on.

Crazy i have had this running for over a week now and still only at 54%.  it has been in the 60's at some stages but then i check again the next day and i have went backwards........ like seriously why is anyone even bothering with this coin anymore?Huh?  as soon as i can send my coins im outa here, sell sell sell, 1 satoshi will do...... Embarrassed

Do you need some help?
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December 28, 2015, 07:04:24 PM
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can anyone explain why when dowloading the block chain in the latest mint coin client, the amount of progress jumps about one day it's 30% and then the next its 21% also the amount of blocks change one day its 567948 then next it 1737264.  it all over the place ? 

(the blocks there are just examples not the actual block)

I think its because of where checkpoints are put by devs in the blockchain, but i am not sure. The client sees till closest checkpoint i guess & when it is synced to that point it searches for next checkpoint & so on.

Crazy i have had this running for over a week now and still only at 54%.  it has been in the 60's at some stages but then i check again the next day and i have went backwards........ like seriously why is anyone even bothering with this coin anymore?Huh?  as soon as i can send my coins im outa here, sell sell sell, 1 satoshi will do...... Embarrassed

Do you need some help?

Thanks very much for the offer, but i just realized i can send my mintcoin to the exchange with out downloading the full blockchain.  Are you still interested in Mintcoin @crzybilly?  if so can you tell me why, i remember thinking it was great when it first came out but i just cant see any increase in price or use for this coin, can you ?  i loved the whole POS but has it got a future?
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December 28, 2015, 07:27:26 PM
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can anyone explain why when dowloading the block chain in the latest mint coin client, the amount of progress jumps about one day it's 30% and then the next its 21% also the amount of blocks change one day its 567948 then next it 1737264.  it all over the place ? 

(the blocks there are just examples not the actual block)

I think its because of where checkpoints are put by devs in the blockchain, but i am not sure. The client sees till closest checkpoint i guess & when it is synced to that point it searches for next checkpoint & so on.

Crazy i have had this running for over a week now and still only at 54%.  it has been in the 60's at some stages but then i check again the next day and i have went backwards........ like seriously why is anyone even bothering with this coin anymore?Huh?  as soon as i can send my coins im outa here, sell sell sell, 1 satoshi will do...... Embarrassed

Do you need some help?

Thanks very much for the offer, but i just realized i can send my mintcoin to the exchange with out downloading the full blockchain.  Are you still interested in Mintcoin @crzybilly?  if so can you tell me why, i remember thinking it was great when it first came out but i just cant see any increase in price or use for this coin, can you ?  i loved the whole POS but has it got a future?

I'm interested because well... I'm helping work and improve it... I know what's coming and I see the development team they have and am impressed with it.
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December 28, 2015, 08:47:37 PM
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Once you have it synced, it is fairly easy to maintain. I personally, just make sure to let it run overnight at least once per month and that is basically all you need to do to maintain it. Especially if younthink you will need access to some coin in a few days, it is a good idea to do. MINT does about 87,000 blocks per month, so it is a lot to sync, but I just think of it as the tradeoff for a fast coin. There is literally almost no wait with transactions, and it is awesome! After using MINT for a while, you'll get used to the speed for transactions. Then try having to use BTC again and other coins to send to an exchange or something and it taking more than 5 minutes or more, using BTC especially will start to make you angry. Speed for MINT is great if you want to capitalize on an arbitrage opportunity or something.  No waiting. Bam, its there. Love it!!!

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December 28, 2015, 08:53:36 PM
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Once you have it synced, it is fairly easy to maintain. I personally, just make sure to let it run overnight at least once per month and that is basically all you need to do to maintain it. Especially if younthink you will need access to some coin in a few days, it is a good idea to do. MINT does about 87,000 blocks per month, so it is a lot to sync, but I just think of it as the tradeoff for a fast coin. There is literally almost no wait with transactions, and it is awesome! After using MINT for a while, you'll get used to the speed for transactions. Then try having to use BTC again and other coins to send to an exchange or something and it taking more than 5 minutes or more, using BTC especially will start to make you angry. Speed for MINT is great if you want to capitalize on an arbitrage opportunity or something.  No waiting. Bam, its there. Love it!!!

Yeah i see what your saying, but seriously what is mintcoin useful for? i have had it 2 years now and have never seen it offered as a pay,ent option.  do you not think it is completly out of date?  i have already sold at poloniex.
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December 28, 2015, 08:55:41 PM
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Once you have it synced, it is fairly easy to maintain. I personally, just make sure to let it run overnight at least once per month and that is basically all you need to do to maintain it. Especially if younthink you will need access to some coin in a few days, it is a good idea to do. MINT does about 87,000 blocks per month, so it is a lot to sync, but I just think of it as the tradeoff for a fast coin. There is literally almost no wait with transactions, and it is awesome! After using MINT for a while, you'll get used to the speed for transactions. Then try having to use BTC again and other coins to send to an exchange or something and it taking more than 5 minutes or more, using BTC especially will start to make you angry. Speed for MINT is great if you want to capitalize on an arbitrage opportunity or something.  No waiting. Bam, its there. Love it!!!

Yeah i see what your saying, but seriously what is mintcoin useful for? i have had it 2 years now and have never seen it offered as a pay,ent option.  do you not think it is completly out of date?  i have already sold at poloniex.

not to sound rude but you haven't done your research then... there is a site that accepts it as payment

https://www.coinpayments.net/store-directory
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December 29, 2015, 02:47:20 AM
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Yeah i see what your saying, but seriously what is mintcoin useful for? i have had it 2 years now and have never seen it offered as a pay,ent option.  do you not think it is completly out of date?  i have already sold at poloniex.

not to sound rude but you haven't done your research then... there is a site that accepts it as payment

https://www.coinpayments.net/store-directory
There is also a special mention merchant list on Reddit.

All of these sites at one time or another, have said they would accept MINT as payment option.

Also, you can use shapeshift to basically instant transfer to any specific coin address.

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December 29, 2015, 02:53:46 AM
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Does anyone know of an order book site like this http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/MINT/markets.php
that covers the LTC market? I would like a visually graphic chart like this for the MINT/LTC market.
Also, is there a way to see the aggregate order-books of all MINT currency pairs, as if valued in USD?
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December 29, 2015, 06:18:29 PM
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ive had my wallet open the past few days minting
and a few min ago i just checked it and on the overview tab the right side is now white and says account suspended in grey letters
anyone know what this means?
still syncing and says its unlocked and minting so idk
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December 29, 2015, 06:30:13 PM
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ive had my wallet open the past few days minting
and a few min ago i just checked it and on the overview tab the right side is now white and says account suspended in grey letters
anyone know what this means?
still syncing and says its unlocked and minting so idk

I think wallet was fetching all those links from a website & that account is suspended. It should not interfere with working of wallet so you should be fine. Although this is not good for image of the coin & wallet security. I thought those links & images were in wallet code. I hope that is removed in next wallet update.

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