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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1341983 times)
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August 29, 2016, 11:35:31 PM
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I offer the Snapshots , because the Bootstrap is just too slow with mintcoin.

What really needs to happen is simple and it removes needing either a snapshot or a bootstrap.

Mintcoin needs to start using header sync in the next versions.
Synchronizing the block chain by downloading block headers before downloading the full blocks.
Once BTC started it , they no longer needed bootstraps , as it made syncing from the network faster.  Wink


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You're exactly right regarding HDF syncing (Headers First), which one of the things we have been working towards over the past year. Our test branch actually has it, but due to how HDF was designed to work in BTC, the implementation doesn't work properly when the blockchain has a mix of PoW and PoS blocks.


The closest anyone got with HDF syncing for a PoS coin was Pandacoin,
It still had some corruption issues , so most everyone used the original sync method as it was an option in the wallet.
(But the Pandacoin community Dev Old Team collapse soon after the release, so MaNI left and never fixed the corruption problem.)

I believe this was commit that added it.
https://github.com/pandacoin-official/pandacoin/commit/24c836a20a31c7747d63c13fa628b97dc40818c7

The programmer that did the work was MaNI
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=402883
He works with guldencoin now, but might have some insight to help.


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August 31, 2016, 02:41:45 AM
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Well it looks like things got interesting around here lately with the Poloniex fiasco.
Do we have any idea going forward what exchange would be the best for us, that we can promote and recommend and allow them to be be our primary exchange? It looks like that Altex exchange is promising, but still seems to have some issues to work out for now. It is good for us if possible to have a plan or an idea after next week for continuing to promote exchange stability. I was thinking Cryptopia, but I haven't used them before; has anyone else, any experiences to share? We need an exchange that will be long-term solvent, and not delist MINT for no reason and have certain unreasonable demands.

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August 31, 2016, 02:52:14 AM
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Well it looks like things got interesting around here lately with the Poloniex fiasco.
Do we have any idea going forward what exchange would be the best for us, that we can promote and recommend and allow them to be be our primary exchange? It looks like that Altex exchange is promising, but still seems to have some issues to work out for now. It is good for us if possible to have a plan or an idea after next week for continuing to promote exchange stability. I was thinking Cryptopia, but I haven't used them before; has anyone else, any experiences to share? We need an exchange that will be long-term solvent, and not delist MINT for no reason and have certain unreasonable demands.


Did Polo start making demands?

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August 31, 2016, 03:46:46 PM
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Did Polo start making demands?

It's unconfirmed, but someone on reddit said the reason Poloniex gave for delisting MINT was lack of community and wallet support. But that's very vague and relatively unobjective. How do you define lack of community or lack of wallet support? Seems like BS.

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August 31, 2016, 03:49:50 PM
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Did Polo start making demands?

It's unconfirmed, but someone on reddit said the reason Poloniex gave for delisting MINT was lack of community and wallet support. But that's very vague and relatively unobjective. How do you define lack of community or lack of wallet support? Seems like BS.

lets try to keep the rumor mill to a minimum. I've already replied to that particular comment on reddit, and have monitored the polo trollbox very frequently over the past week. each and every time someone asks about any of the coin delistings, the mods reply with some "usual" reasons but state that they themselves don't have any particular details regarding any of the specifics.

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Did Polo start making demands?

It's unconfirmed, but someone on reddit said the reason Poloniex gave for delisting MINT was lack of community and wallet support. But that's very vague and relatively unobjective. How do you define lack of community or lack of wallet support? Seems like BS.

lets try to keep the rumor mill to a minimum. I've already replied to that particular comment on reddit, and have monitored the polo trollbox very frequently over the past week. each and every time someone asks about any of the coin delistings, the mods reply with some "usual" reasons but state that they themselves don't have any particular details regarding any of the specifics.

Okay. You're right.

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August 31, 2016, 11:59:54 PM
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lets try to keep the rumor mill to a minimum. I've already replied to that particular comment on reddit, and have monitored the polo trollbox very frequently over the past week. each and every time someone asks about any of the coin delistings, the mods reply with some "usual" reasons but state that they themselves don't have any particular details regarding any of the specifics.
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September 01, 2016, 07:34:30 PM
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I'Have just found a wallet with half a milion of this coins.
Is nice to know that they are still here 😁😁
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September 01, 2016, 10:48:04 PM
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I'Have just found a wallet with half a milion of this coins.
Is nice to know that they are still here 😁😁

Nice! What, did you forget you had it? depending on how long it's been You should sync up to the network and they will mint and generate more coin

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September 02, 2016, 01:01:34 AM
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Poloniex are also removing other coins they claim are shitcoins...

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September 02, 2016, 01:31:13 AM
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PLease update the OP  Grin Grin Mintcoin Welcome to Sweden!

Mintcoin is now traded in the Espers, LTC, Doge, Aricoin and Cryptojack base markets at
NovaExchange

Great news for mint after getting the boot elsewhere
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September 02, 2016, 02:05:17 AM
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PLease update the OP  Grin Grin Mintcoin Welcome to Sweden!

Mintcoin is now traded in the Espers, LTC, Doge, Aricoin and Cryptojack base markets at
NovaExchange

Great news for mint after getting the boot elsewhere

Thank you for the addition!

I'm not personally familiar with NovaExchange, what are the criteria to see MINT paired up on the BTC market there?

Also, I noticed that the logo for MINT being used on the exchange is a very very old logo.

Our current logo:


Our upcoming logo:

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September 02, 2016, 02:10:36 AM
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Poloniex are also removing other coins they claim are shitcoins...

This only mean one thing Polo is also a sh*t exchange since they've listed all those sh*tcoins.
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September 02, 2016, 02:40:23 AM
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I am sure it will be added in time to the btc market.  Grin Cheesy Wink

(I am not the owner of the exchange just a user spreading the news)  Grin Grin Grin
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September 02, 2016, 03:25:25 PM
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PLease update the OP  Grin Grin Mintcoin Welcome to Sweden!

Mintcoin is now traded in the Espers, LTC, Doge, Aricoin and Cryptojack base markets at
NovaExchange

Great news for mint after getting the boot elsewhere

Thank you for the addition!

I'm not personally familiar with NovaExchange, what are the criteria to see MINT paired up on the BTC market there?

Also, I noticed that the logo for MINT being used on the exchange is a very very old logo.

Our current logo:


Our upcoming logo:

I sent the owner a email to update to the new mint logo

update: been added to BTC trading market
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September 03, 2016, 09:09:58 AM
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Nice to see that coins trying to survive Smiley
after poloniex delisted mint I also get ready to to update my wallet to  v2.0.2,
that I could where withdraw my coins,
I use Bootstrapping to sync, It is the second day when it run, but wallet still not loaded Shocked
how much it will take more?


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September 03, 2016, 12:42:01 PM
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Nice to see that coins trying to survive Smiley
after poloniex delisted mint I also get ready to to update my wallet to  v2.0.2,
that I could where withdraw my coins,
I use Bootstrapping to sync, It is the second day when it run, but wallet still not loaded Shocked
how much it will take more?



It took me 2,5days on SSD disk with plenty of ram & 12 cores,
and still syncing bootrap is 1.668.492kb and atm im at 1.680.430kb
whats the total blk0001.dat file size guys ? (to those who are synced)
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September 03, 2016, 01:08:21 PM
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MintCoin wallet has been restored to full operation, pending deposit and withdrawals have now all posted


https://altex.ws/Market/?Pair=MINT/BTC

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September 03, 2016, 01:43:26 PM
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final blk0001.dat size is 1.682.642 till now my wallet now is fully synced and its on a mint-rage !
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September 03, 2016, 04:30:23 PM
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final blk0001.dat size is 1.682.642 till now my wallet now is fully synced and its on a mint-rage !
It takes time. But is worth it once it syncs. There is almost 3,000,000 blocks to confirm, and a new block in every 30 seconds but it makes transfers fast. That's probably a good reason why the payoff reward for minting is good. Incentive to maintain network connections. Pays good but not unreasonable. I haven't logged on in like a year, but I just realized looking at my old posts, MINT was worth about $0.000015-0.000020 in May of last year, right now it's about doubled in $ value compared to then, even with the recent sell off. Mintcoin is basically up %100 in a year and all think about that.  That's even if you didn't mint anything. Those coins you minted if you owned some last year have also doubled in value. I think this coin is onto something here, so I stay with it. Not sure what it is but there is something right about it and yet hardly gets the attention it deserves. Maybe it's just the catchy name. Makes me want Minting coins. Sort of surprised Poloniex delisted it. It's been around forever and been a lasting contender vs so many other coins. This is one of the oldest coins. Basically made history as the first PoS coin launched with a mineable initial distribution and with the fastest transfer speed. It is still one of the fastest coins over 2 years later! Not sure what coin out there is faster??? There have been several coins that have come and gone that could not last that tried to be faster than Mintcoin. I don't keep up on all the new coins so I don't know if there is one that is faster, but I think Mintcoin is the fastest surviving coin for its age.
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