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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1323979 times)
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August 26, 2016, 07:51:18 AM
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We still have Cryptopia.  Wow this sucks though and such a sudden notice is so short. No reason? Killing the price apparently.

that is true. MINT doesn't need to be on poloniex if we have cryptopia.
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August 26, 2016, 08:03:52 AM
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We still have Cryptopia.  Wow this sucks though and such a sudden notice is so short. No reason? Killing the price apparently.

that is true. MINT doesn't need to be on poloniex if we have cryptopia.


Yet cryptopia doesn't have the kind of volume that Poloniex can provide especially when there's a big pump happening. Everyone has no choice but to accept the reality.
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August 26, 2016, 05:57:31 PM
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We still have Cryptopia.  Wow this sucks though and such a sudden notice is so short. No reason? Killing the price apparently.

that is true. MINT doesn't need to be on poloniex if we have cryptopia.


Yet cryptopia doesn't have the kind of volume that Poloniex can provide especially when there's a big pump happening. Everyone has no choice but to accept the reality.
Yes, in the short term, it does mean less liquidity as there's less traders and price speculators on the other exchanges. But if you think about it, it's not the end of the world, Mintcoin has survived similar things in the past such as Mintpal, Cryptsy, and several others. The good thing I see this is going to shake and is already shaking out all of the coins those guys are/were holding. So for now it means price is down, because the people who aren't committed are shaken out. It's a way of forcing out the weak hands. Those who who don't see the mint vision are probably not the sort of people we want to have too many coins anyway. I don't like the idea of so many of the mintcoins being in the hands of these people who controlling pumping dumping and manipulating the prices. So this is definitely an opportunity for those of us who see the value in MINT and know what it has to offer. I like to think of it as a great opportunity to grab some coins cheaper. Just because some coins are sold or dumped for cheap, doesn't mean everyone is selling or valuing them at that price. There's only so many coins that can be sold, they're not infinite. Eventually they will run out of coins to sell. The more of us who care about MINT are able to scoop them up the faster we can rise again later  Smiley As an example, I was able to get an extra 2 million coins from this so far, and I'm surely not reselling them anything anywhere near this cheap. Who knows how low it will go. It is interesting times. Keep minting my friends. Cool

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August 26, 2016, 06:09:28 PM
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Mintcoin has survived similar things in the past such as Mintpal, Cryptsy, and several others.

So true.  During their times, they were top volume exchanges.  Mint is invasive and just migrates elsewhere.  I FEEL SO FRESH TODAY.   Kiss

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August 26, 2016, 06:51:21 PM
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We still have Cryptopia.  Wow this sucks though and such a sudden notice is so short. No reason? Killing the price apparently.

that is true. MINT doesn't need to be on poloniex if we have cryptopia.


Yet cryptopia doesn't have the kind of volume that Poloniex can provide especially when there's a big pump happening. Everyone has no choice but to accept the reality.
Yes, in the short term, it does mean less liquidity as there's less traders and price speculators on the other exchanges. But if you think about it, it's not the end of the world, Mintcoin has survived similar things in the past such as Mintpal, Cryptsy, and several others. The good thing I see this is going to shake and is already shaking out all of the coins those guys are/were holding. So for now it means price is down, because the people who aren't committed are shaken out. It's a way of forcing out the weak hands. Those who who don't see the mint vision are probably not the sort of people we want to have too many coins anyway. I don't like the idea of so many of the mintcoins being in the hands of these people who controlling pumping dumping and manipulating the prices. So this is definitely an opportunity for those of us who see the value in MINT and know what it has to offer. I like to think of it as a great opportunity to grab some coins cheaper. Just because some coins are sold or dumped for cheap, doesn't mean everyone is selling or valuing them at that price. There's only so many coins that can be sold, they're not infinite. Eventually they will run out of coins to sell. The more of us who care about MINT are able to scoop them up the faster we can rise again later  Smiley As an example, I was able to get an extra 2 million coins from this so far, and I'm surely not reselling them anything anywhere near this cheap. Who knows how low it will go. It is interesting times. Keep minting my friends. Cool

I guess the question is what is the value of mintcoin and use. What is the development plan? is there a recent bootstrap?

 
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August 26, 2016, 06:56:21 PM
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btcpool.exchange has advised that all mintcoin should be removed from their current exchange by Dec. 20th.  They will be migrating to the new and improved beta platform with support of mint at AltEx.ws
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August 26, 2016, 08:20:30 PM
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Well been reading sucks they pull coin off polo. Was a long list of coins... but reason I am here is any faster way to get wallet to sync it seams very slow only half done and been 5 days now...
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August 26, 2016, 08:28:26 PM
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I guess the question is what is the value of mintcoin and use. What is the development plan? is there a recent bootstrap?

Drama free, quick, and energy efficient transactions for over 2 years.  A reasonable level of transparency with a strong community that is ready to support users.  Original branding and a predictable wallet without unnecessary complexities and loopholes.  Also noteworthy, the current minting rate of 10% will be changing to 5% sometime around the end of this year.

Devs have been working to optimize the open source wallet further but are volunteers who also sometimes need to take on other, paid work.

Official bootstrap from 6/10/16 is at:
https://link.getsync.com/#f=bootstrap&sz=1E9&t=1&s=PLWY53LWFWGR67POGCCJIB7L2H2UXLVE&i=CRU6W3X7DMMZ2Q36C4LCTHC25VB3G5CXN&v=2.3

User kiklo offers a newer, unapproved bootstrap.

[EDIT] Correction:  Official bootstrap was updated to 6/10 and is available at the same link
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August 26, 2016, 08:32:19 PM
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I guess the question is what is the value of mintcoin and use. What is the development plan? is there a recent bootstrap?

Drama free, quick, and energy efficient transactions for over 2 years.  A reasonable level of transparency with a strong community that is ready to support users.  Original branding and a predictable wallet without unnecessary complexities and loopholes.  Also noteworthy, the current minting rate of 10% will be changing to 5% sometime around the end of this year.

Devs have been working to optimize the open source wallet further but are volunteers who also sometimes need to take on other, paid work.

Official bootstrap from 3/31/16 is at:
https://link.getsync.com/#f=bootstrap&sz=1E9&t=1&s=PLWY53LWFWGR67POGCCJIB7L2H2UXLVE&i=CRU6W3X7DMMZ2Q36C4LCTHC25VB3G5CXN&v=2.3

User kiklo offers a newer, unapproved bootstrap.

i'm out of thread for a long time..
just to know...
but Mint is dying???
why POLO is delisting it, despite not so low trading volume???
i miss some news??

thanx!

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August 27, 2016, 09:42:14 AM
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is there any fresh node list i can use?? im getting only 1 connection and seems im stuck at 220493 block im using v2.0.2.0 wallet

Code:
trying connection 108.183.45.177:12788 lastseen=19737.2hrs
received block 5c43266faed5b10131d1
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 5c43266faed5b10131d1110536a27533b8ec0b089427ef075884e378d31ed76e
connection timeout
trying connection 71.187.67.159:12788 lastseen=19572.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 173.57.67.169:12788 lastseen=20095.7hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 2.135.63.55:12788 lastseen=16246.4hrs
received block cf4912bb509c17c90a84
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block cf4912bb509c17c90a846b88545048619e8f253d6a5a02c7449e06d3e3962446
connection timeout
trying connection 69.196.141.82:12788 lastseen=20953.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 84.105.54.10:12788 lastseen=18392.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 82.28.249.168:12788 lastseen=20393.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 5.153.233.58:12788 lastseen=357.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 192.186.114.41:12788 lastseen=21758.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 92.55.100.95:12788 lastseen=20615.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 108.173.117.45:12788 lastseen=19213.9hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 86.214.65.8:12788 lastseen=19399.0hrs
Flushed 16148 addresses to peers.dat  28ms
connection timeout
trying connection 92.224.251.9:12788 lastseen=20821.4hrs

and my debug window looks like that..
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August 27, 2016, 12:54:03 PM
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Mmmmmmmmm.
It seems Mint is really dying???
I hope not!

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August 27, 2016, 01:18:32 PM
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It's better to ask what is going on @Polo Wink
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August 27, 2016, 01:21:16 PM
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this block chain taking to long to download.. most coin 2 years old take 2-3 days max this has now been 6 days and still only half done... it is not gonna help to keep this coin alive
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August 27, 2016, 04:12:56 PM
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this block chain taking to long to download.. most coin 2 years old take 2-3 days max this has now been 6 days and still only half done... it is not gonna help to keep this coin alive

dogecoin took me 8hrs to catch up 1year on a SSD and on 24mbps ISP, we need a bootstrap
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August 27, 2016, 04:57:12 PM
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this block chain taking to long to download.. most coin 2 years old take 2-3 days max this has now been 6 days and still only half done... it is not gonna help to keep this coin alive

dogecoin took me 8hrs to catch up 1year on a SSD and on 24mbps ISP, we need a bootstrap

I've tried the bootstrap method, takes just as long if not longer.

For me, regular syncing didn't take nearly that long - thankfullky

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August 27, 2016, 05:05:41 PM
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this block chain taking to long to download.. most coin 2 years old take 2-3 days max this has now been 6 days and still only half done... it is not gonna help to keep this coin alive

dogecoin took me 8hrs to catch up 1year on a SSD and on 24mbps ISP, we need a bootstrap

I've tried the bootstrap method, takes just as long if not longer.

For me, regular syncing didn't take nearly that long - thankfullky

bitb took like 30 hours to sync RDD i think was about 2 days. I  don't think ltc even took more then 3 days....
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August 27, 2016, 06:01:53 PM
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is there any fresh node list i can use?? im getting only 1 connection and seems im stuck at 220493 block im using v2.0.2.0 wallet

Code:
trying connection 108.183.45.177:12788 lastseen=19737.2hrs
received block 5c43266faed5b10131d1
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 5c43266faed5b10131d1110536a27533b8ec0b089427ef075884e378d31ed76e
connection timeout
trying connection 71.187.67.159:12788 lastseen=19572.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 173.57.67.169:12788 lastseen=20095.7hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 2.135.63.55:12788 lastseen=16246.4hrs
received block cf4912bb509c17c90a84
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block cf4912bb509c17c90a846b88545048619e8f253d6a5a02c7449e06d3e3962446
connection timeout
trying connection 69.196.141.82:12788 lastseen=20953.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 84.105.54.10:12788 lastseen=18392.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 82.28.249.168:12788 lastseen=20393.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 5.153.233.58:12788 lastseen=357.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 192.186.114.41:12788 lastseen=21758.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 92.55.100.95:12788 lastseen=20615.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 108.173.117.45:12788 lastseen=19213.9hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 86.214.65.8:12788 lastseen=19399.0hrs
Flushed 16148 addresses to peers.dat  28ms
connection timeout
trying connection 92.224.251.9:12788 lastseen=20821.4hrs

and my debug window looks like that..


Hi, alive MINT nodes you can see here: http://cryptoguru.tk/NetworkInfo/index.php?Currency=MINT
try to rescan or reindex your wallet.


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How do you rescan or reindex our wallet. I only have one connection as well.

 
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August 27, 2016, 07:29:52 PM
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is there any fresh node list i can use?? im getting only 1 connection and seems im stuck at 220493 block im using v2.0.2.0 wallet

Code:
trying connection 108.183.45.177:12788 lastseen=19737.2hrs
received block 5c43266faed5b10131d1
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block 5c43266faed5b10131d1110536a27533b8ec0b089427ef075884e378d31ed76e
connection timeout
trying connection 71.187.67.159:12788 lastseen=19572.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 173.57.67.169:12788 lastseen=20095.7hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 2.135.63.55:12788 lastseen=16246.4hrs
received block cf4912bb509c17c90a84
ERROR: CheckProofOfStake() : INFO: read txPrev failed
WARNING: ProcessBlock(): check proof-of-stake failed for block cf4912bb509c17c90a846b88545048619e8f253d6a5a02c7449e06d3e3962446
connection timeout
trying connection 69.196.141.82:12788 lastseen=20953.1hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 84.105.54.10:12788 lastseen=18392.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 82.28.249.168:12788 lastseen=20393.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 5.153.233.58:12788 lastseen=357.0hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 192.186.114.41:12788 lastseen=21758.8hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 92.55.100.95:12788 lastseen=20615.6hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 108.173.117.45:12788 lastseen=19213.9hrs
connection timeout
trying connection 86.214.65.8:12788 lastseen=19399.0hrs
Flushed 16148 addresses to peers.dat  28ms
connection timeout
trying connection 92.224.251.9:12788 lastseen=20821.4hrs

and my debug window looks like that..


Hi, alive MINT nodes you can see here: http://cryptoguru.tk/NetworkInfo/index.php?Currency=MINT
try to rescan or reindex your wallet.

cheers thanks ill add some more nodes on my .conf! Smiley


How do you rescan or reindex our wallet. I only have one connection as well.

on command line before you start your wallet type -rescan or -reindex
put this on your .conf and you get 7 connections at least!
Code:
addnode=77.163.157.232:12788
addnode=164.132.25.194:12788
addnode=81.198.102.237:12788
addnode=88.198.53.194:12788
addnode=78.56.42.41:12788
addnode=185.108.199.26:12788
addnode=84.175.234.120:12788
addnode=91.139.222.39:12788
addnode=90.113.82.59:12788
addnode=93.103.151.61:12788
addnode=72.241.236.178:12788
addnode=91.134.120.222:12788
addnode=208.104.57.51:12788
addnode=173.51.57.134:12788
addnode=85.179.172.201:12788
addnode=89.42.107.138:12788
addnode=50.92.172.205:12788
addnode=81.243.85.124:12788
addnode=82.8.129.200:12788
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August 27, 2016, 07:59:41 PM
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I've tried the bootstrap method, takes just as long if not longer.

Interesting. Bootstrap worked for me very quickly, a matter of hours.
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