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February 06, 2016, 05:45:43 PM
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Yeah!!! Happy Bday MINTCOIN. We have survived 2 years and we are still looking strong! Buyorders continue filling up in the right direction.
What "stained" history are you talking about? Compared to most other altcoin`s we are one of the cleanest coins arround.

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February 06, 2016, 07:29:05 PM
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Wonders your minty freshness is OFF THE CHARTS.  I like your enthusiasm.   Wink

Have you seen the Chinese translation at mintymintcoin.com?

http://mintymintcoin.com/indexChinese.html

Can you make any suggestions for improvements?

Are you aware of any other Chinese mintcoin resources online?

Thank you!   Cool

[EDIT]  Also found this old Chinese mintcoin thread and old website with Chinese translation

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=452702.0

https://web.archive.org/web/20140313105525/http://mintcoin.cc/zh-hant/

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February 06, 2016, 09:37:16 PM
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Mintcoin has had a good community and life, but it will never escape its stained history.

Please contribute to the history thread.  Help us document these "stains" so we understand what we're hoping to escape from.  Thank you sir.  Wink

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355523.msg13798259#msg13798259

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February 07, 2016, 05:58:20 AM
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Sort of like Bitcoin's stained history?  Roll Eyes Mintcoin's history is one of overcoming challenges, that is why it is still here. I don't see it's history as bad, but rather quite good. Some hard events happened like the original developer abandoning the the project, and major exchanges shutting down, but the community took over, and several new developers have contributed to improving the code for security and optimization. Mintcoin is unique, and more secure than ever.  I think it's history is impressive.

I like Mintcoin because now I can mint coins instead of mine coins.  I used to be a Bitcoin miner, and got out of that because I realized how bad PoW actually is for the environment, with all of the electricity I was wasting and unnecessarily expensive mining gear, such a waste of resources. Mintcoin accomplishes the same purpose as a miner yet without the need for Mega-million dollar mining farms. It still costs resources to get started: you have to buy coins initially... maybe a good computer to run the client on, but that is really the extent of it. I really believe this is coin is a underrated gem. I like to think of this coin as the savior for all the burned out miners, because that is what it did for me. Yes, as a minter, just like as a miner, the coins you generate are going to be valued differently each day, depending on the price swings.

The way I like to look at it is, to just think how much $$$ I would spend on buying mining gear, and mining rigs, and spending in electricity and software to generate some BTC. Then do the conversion, of if I spend that much in buying Mintcoins, and then just treat those initial Mintcoins as a capital project expense as I would mining gear, and don't think about the re-sell value of the initial coins bought. But then look at the mintings...look at the new coins generated and consider that vs what would likely be made via BTC mining, Mintcoin seems to me to be the better investment. That, and with compounding, the new coins will keep up with any inflation in coin supply, and automatically re-invest itself if I don't sell.

And the added bonus at the end, is that the initial outlay for the initial coins bought, are actually re-sellable, unlike mining gear which depreciates to zero rather quickly. With Mintcoin, the initial coin cost doesn't depreciate to zero... The coins will always be able to keep minting, or be re-sold to someone else that will be able to mint with them. So really, as far as I can see, minting is better than mining in every way. Don't be fooled because it's new, and the adoption rate at this point is low. It just means greater growth opportunity. Just wait until some bigmoney disgruntled miners see the light and make the switch! Mintcoin is basically the ex-miner's saving grace! Mintcoin came along right before all of those ASICs came out and had a great initial distribution; it was the most profitable coin to mine while it was still mineable, but then all the big miners dumped it as soon as it became PoS. I guess, they didn't realize they should have just kept their coins to start minting?? ...but that goes back to the issue with PoW, since they have all these high electricity costs, they had to dump the coins to maintain short-term minded profits. If only they had just considered their initial mining of mintcoins as their initial outlay for obtaining "minting" gear so to speak. Oh well, it is what it is I guess. People are going to do what they are going to do.

Anyway, Happy Birthday MINTCOIN!

Keep on minting my friends!

Sick of mining?  Start minting!  5% per year!  Mintcoin "MINT"
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February 07, 2016, 06:33:54 PM
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You don't really need much of a computer to run the mintcoin wallet and mint coins. The only taxing event is updating a new wallet. As long as you have room for the blockchain download and a decent internet connection you are good to go.
Minting coins requires no resources other than running the wallet occasionally. The wallet need not be open all the time. As long as you run the wallet regularly and keep a steady balance of coins, you will be rewarded every 20 days. Sweet!

" If you have to spam and shout to justify your existence then you are a shit coin."  TaunSew
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February 07, 2016, 08:47:56 PM
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Wonders your minty freshness is OFF THE CHARTS.  I like your enthusiasm.   Wink

Have you seen the Chinese translation at mintymintcoin.com?

http://mintymintcoin.com/indexChinese.html

Can you make any suggestions for improvements?

Are you aware of any other Chinese mintcoin resources online?

Thank you!   Cool

[EDIT]  Also found this old Chinese mintcoin thread and old website with Chinese translation

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=452702.0

https://web.archive.org/web/20140313105525/http://mintcoin.cc/zh-hant/


Thank you so much for giving me praise!!!   ...   Smiley

I had seen the Chinese translation at mintymintcoin.com!
You have done well, thank you so much!!!   ...   Wink

But the Chinese translation at mintymintcoin.com is "Chinese(Simplified)", and I can try to help translate "Chinese(Simplified) and Chinese(Traditional)"!!!   ...   Wink

Suggestions for improvements:
( Can I use E-mail discuss with you? ... Wink )

Most the Chinese mintcoin resources online was "old or <Even DEAD(long long time)>"!!!


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=452702.0   <<<---   She is "OFF-Line" of long time!!!

https://web.archive.org/web/20140313105525/http://mintcoin.cc/zh-hant/   <<<---   It did "NOT" update data of long time!!!



( This message is "<Google translation> + <I had some modifications for translation>", I am so very sorry!!! ... >_< )


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February 07, 2016, 09:31:30 PM
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Sort of like Bitcoin's stained history?  Roll Eyes Mintcoin's history is one of overcoming challenges, that is why it is still here. I don't see it's history as bad, but rather quite good. Some hard events happened like the original developer abandoning the the project, and major exchanges shutting down, but the community took over, and several new developers have contributed to improving the code for security and optimization. Mintcoin is unique, and more secure than ever.  I think it's history is impressive.

I like Mintcoin because now I can mint coins instead of mine coins.  I used to be a Bitcoin miner, and got out of that because I realized how bad PoW actually is for the environment, with all of the electricity I was wasting and unnecessarily expensive mining gear, such a waste of resources. Mintcoin accomplishes the same purpose as a miner yet without the need for Mega-million dollar mining farms. It still costs resources to get started: you have to buy coins initially... maybe a good computer to run the client on, but that is really the extent of it. I really believe this is coin is a underrated gem. I like to think of this coin as the savior for all the burned out miners, because that is what it did for me. Yes, as a minter, just like as a miner, the coins you generate are going to be valued differently each day, depending on the price swings.

The way I like to look at it is, to just think how much $$$ I would spend on buying mining gear, and mining rigs, and spending in electricity and software to generate some BTC. Then do the conversion, of if I spend that much in buying Mintcoins, and then just treat those initial Mintcoins as a capital project expense as I would mining gear, and don't think about the re-sell value of the initial coins bought. But then look at the mintings...look at the new coins generated and consider that vs what would likely be made via BTC mining, Mintcoin seems to me to be the better investment. That, and with compounding, the new coins will keep up with any inflation in coin supply, and automatically re-invest itself if I don't sell.

And the added bonus at the end, is that the initial outlay for the initial coins bought, are actually re-sellable, unlike mining gear which depreciates to zero rather quickly. With Mintcoin, the initial coin cost doesn't depreciate to zero... The coins will always be able to keep minting, or be re-sold to someone else that will be able to mint with them. So really, as far as I can see, minting is better than mining in every way. Don't be fooled because it's new, and the adoption rate at this point is low. It just means greater growth opportunity. Just wait until some bigmoney disgruntled miners see the light and make the switch! Mintcoin is basically the ex-miner's saving grace! Mintcoin came along right before all of those ASICs came out and had a great initial distribution; it was the most profitable coin to mine while it was still mineable, but then all the big miners dumped it as soon as it became PoS. I guess, they didn't realize they should have just kept their coins to start minting?? ...but that goes back to the issue with PoW, since they have all these high electricity costs, they had to dump the coins to maintain short-term minded profits. If only they had just considered their initial mining of mintcoins as their initial outlay for obtaining "minting" gear so to speak. Oh well, it is what it is I guess. People are going to do what they are going to do.

Anyway, Happy Birthday MINTCOIN!

Keep on minting my friends!



NICE and WELL SAID!!!   ...   Wink


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February 08, 2016, 12:56:37 AM
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Any particular reason why Mintcoin just doubled in price on Cryptopia?

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February 08, 2016, 01:23:10 AM
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Any particular reason why Mintcoin just doubled in price on Cryptopia?

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February 08, 2016, 01:39:53 AM
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Any particular reason why Mintcoin just doubled in price on Cryptopia?

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But, like, I'm totally inside right now. I can even show you a picture of the room I'm in.

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February 08, 2016, 01:51:10 AM
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Any particular reason why Mintcoin just doubled in price on Cryptopia?

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But, like, I'm totally inside right now. I can even show you a picture of the room I'm in.

Haha dude this made me crack up.
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February 08, 2016, 11:37:52 AM
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Will mintcoin withdrawls be available at cryptsy does anyone know?

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February 08, 2016, 11:40:14 AM
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Will mintcoin withdrawls be available at cryptsy does anyone know?

MINT is still locked  Sad

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February 10, 2016, 03:37:49 AM
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Has anybody noticed minting slowing down? Here's the last few days for me:

2/5/2016 5 mintings out of 5 attempts
2/6/2016 2 mintings out of 4 attempts
2/7/2016 0 mintings out of 3 attempts
2/8/2016 1 minting out of 1 attempts
2/9/2016 0 mintings out of 0 attempts

No mintings today at all. Balance about the same. Seems strange. Is anybody else seeing this?

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February 10, 2016, 05:31:33 AM
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Has anybody noticed minting slowing down? Here's the last few days for me:

2/5/2016 5 mintings out of 5 attempts
2/6/2016 2 mintings out of 4 attempts
2/7/2016 0 mintings out of 3 attempts
2/8/2016 1 minting out of 1 attempts
2/9/2016 0 mintings out of 0 attempts

No mintings today at all. Balance about the same. Seems strange. Is anybody else seeing this?

mchrist152

Hi, im not sure what you mean with "attempts".
Have you ever used coin control? Its possible that when you have never used coincontrol,
the coins get split up multiple times in different groups giving the coins less weight so it will make it harder for your coins to PoS.
if you would use coin control and put those coins back on one pile it will mint faster  Smiley

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*edit*  Link to a tutorial on how to use coin control: http://bitcoinlasvegas.net/how-to-use-coin-control/
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February 10, 2016, 10:08:20 AM
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No mintings today at all. Balance about the same. Seems strange. Is anybody else seeing this?

mchrist152

Maybe you ran out of 20+ days old coins.
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February 11, 2016, 08:18:00 AM
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Question for the programmers:

What is the exact line and where do I enter it to turn off the Litestaking feature in Mint?

Thanks.
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February 12, 2016, 06:05:18 AM
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WEEKLY: Feb 4 – Feb 11, 2016

MINT/LTC
http://i.imgur.com/DGQPlas.png
During the past week, MINT/LTC went from .00001284 to .00002000 for a total weekly increase of 55.76%

MINT/DOGE
http://i.imgur.com/fLwXPJb.png
During the past week, MINT/DOGE went from .1420 to .1900 for a total weekly increase of 33.8%

MINT/USD
https://www.coingecko.com/en/price_charts/mintcoin/usd/7_days
During the past week, MINT/USD went from .000043 to .000060 for a total weekly increase of 39.53%


YEAR OVER YEAR: Feb 11, 2015-2016
MINT/USD
https://www.coingecko.com/en/price_charts/mintcoin/usd/max_days
During the past year, MINT/USD went from .000009 to .000060 for a total yearly increase of 566.67%

MINT/XAU (GOLD)
https://www.coingecko.com/en/price_charts/mintcoin/xau/max_days
During the past year, MINT/XAU (GOLD) went from .00000001 to .00000005 for a total yearly increase of 400%
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February 12, 2016, 12:03:43 PM
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February 12, 2016, 12:15:59 PM
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