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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1343085 times)
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November 12, 2017, 10:39:06 AM
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Hi,

is there any snapshot? I'm importing bootstrap.dat now but looks like it will take 2 weeks to sync so I will be glad if someone can give me snapshot.


not sure if i could post link here
mintcoinofficial.com/MintCoinSnapShot11-6.zip

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November 12, 2017, 10:40:51 AM
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Long time no see, sorry!   ...   >"<
I was sick for some time ago, and then my computer failure, but now it's ok!!

I have some plans for MINTcoin, if we still can not find developers, in this regard I will try to find ways to help ...
but ......
the current MINTcoin's price makes, HARD for me to have enough funds to plan and implement further .........
if MINTcoin's price makes can have "100+ satoshi", that's all not a problem, I will have the "POWER" to let her "FLY", she will "NOT be just" go to the moon!!!!!!!!!

I want to make MINTcoin more efficient (e.g: synchronous speed of blockchain), and have more advanced features!!!!!!!!!

I have been thinking about "funds" this big problem ...



(Thank everyone and wish everyone happy! ... ^ ^)

Hi,

can you tell me more about your vision, plans, project?
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November 13, 2017, 02:00:09 AM
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Long time no see, sorry!   ...   >"<
I was sick for some time ago, and then my computer failure, but now it's ok!!

I have some plans for MINTcoin, if we still can not find developers, in this regard I will try to find ways to help ...
but ......
the current MINTcoin's price makes, HARD for me to have enough funds to plan and implement further .........
if MINTcoin's price makes can have "100+ satoshi", that's all not a problem, I will have the "POWER" to let her "FLY", she will "NOT be just" go to the moon!!!!!!!!!

I want to make MINTcoin more efficient (e.g: synchronous speed of blockchain), and have more advanced features!!!!!!!!!

I have been thinking about "funds" this big problem ...



(Thank everyone and wish everyone happy! ... ^ ^)

Hi,

can you tell me more about your vision, plans, project?

Hello, thank you ~   ...   ^ ^~



first:
I'm here in Taiwan, I want trying to find a developer in Taiwan!
Development will to make MINTcoin more efficient (e.g: synchronous speed of blockchain), and have more advanced features!!
If I can find the developer, then I can start planning the development roadmap!!!

second:
I will to run a "shopping website" for the world, only receive "MINTcoin", and all goods are "98% OFF!!!!!!!!!" ...
"my <shopping website>" will to make this world a better place, and will to make "MINTcoin's price" to "FLY!!!"!!!!!!!!!


Because of my life experience is "BAD!", so I want to make this world a better place!!!

"My idea(dream)" rely on "MINTcoin's <5% APR(Annual Percentage Rate)>"!!!!!!!!!
I have a lot of MINTcoin(Beyond imagination!), so "my <5% APR(Annual Percentage Rate)>" just is "<POWER!!!!!!!!!>" for "MINTcoin's Future" and me ...
but ......
now the MINTcoin's price is too low, so now I can not achieve "my idea(dream)" .........   ...   >"<


Currently I am working hard to raise funds for setting up a company ...
hope at least "$USD. 30,000+" financing ......
now the main purpose is to "develop MINTcoin!!!!!!!!!"!!!!!!!!!



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November 13, 2017, 03:48:56 PM
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Hello, all ~   ...   ^_<~



my Blog:

Mintcoin Investors basic emotion,mentality and knowledge requirement
By wonders.xxx  (Translation: waraileron)

https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@wonders.xxx/mintcoin-investors-basic-emotion-mentality-and-knowledge-requirement


Thank you very so much for "waraileron"!!! ... ^ ^~



( Thank you! ... ^ ^ )
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November 13, 2017, 04:12:28 PM
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how many tokens in total are you issuing?

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November 14, 2017, 03:29:20 PM
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Hello, all ~   ...   ^_<~



my Blog:

Mintcoin Investors basic emotion,mentality and knowledge requirement
By wonders.xxx  (Translation: waraileron)

https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@wonders.xxx/mintcoin-investors-basic-emotion-mentality-and-knowledge-requirement


Thank you very so much for "waraileron"!!! ... ^ ^~



( Thank you! ... ^ ^ )

You state in your blog :
07. Mintcoin has no further room to fall hence the only way is up! As the only linkage is still Mint/BTC we are resting on the giant BTC price.

Just so you are aware, that is not true. Many coins lose their bitcoin market and as such their is no real floor to how low your price can go.

I am not saying that is going to happen to your coin, but it can go lower, you should prepare for that possibility.

Good Luck.

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November 14, 2017, 03:51:25 PM
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Just recently returned to this coin and to my surprise, it was still somewhat active.

I'm in no way an expert in understanding how most of the things under the hood works, and I found it extremely difficult to actually get my wallet back to sync. Tried the bootstrap.dat but that would take weeks before it caught up. Re-syncing from scratch would take even longer.

After a while, I then came across the site CryptoChainer - a site that has blockchains for a vast variety of coins, and to my luck, they had a recent snapshot for the Mintcoin blockchain as well. Wohoo ... now I only needed to figure out how to actually use it. Turned out it was easier that I dared hope for.

So in case others want to "re-enter" this coin and find themselves in the same situation as me, here's a really quick step by step guide for Windows:
1: First off, download (and install) the wallet from the http://www.mintcoinofficial.com/
2: Start the wallet/program
3: Exit the wallet/program again (don't know if this start/stop is needed, but that's how I did it anyways)
4: Open the folder C:\Users\*YOURNAME*\AppData\Roaming\MintCoin\
5: Delete all files and folders in this dir except wallet.dat (if this wallet.dat is your backed up wallet)
6: Go to http://cryptochainer.com/dir/?page_id=881 and locate the MintCoin blockchain and click the "MintCoin blockchain"-button to start downloading the blockchain
7: Unzip the file in the MintCoin-folder (from step 4)
8: Copy your wallet.dat into the MintCoin-folder (from step 4)
9: Start the MintCoin application

The wallet will now take a while to lauch while writing something down the lines of "Rescanning" or something like that. When it launches, you'll be a day or two behind at most, and that should be fairly fast to sync up.

So yeah - don't know if this helps anyone, but I sure would have wanted exactly this help from some forum, so at least it's here now. Who knows if I'll be needing it myself in a couple of years when I forgot all about it again Cheesy

Cheers

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November 14, 2017, 03:53:15 PM
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Just recently returned to this coin and to my surprise, it was still somewhat active.

I'm in no way an expert in understanding how most of the things under the hood works, and I found it extremely difficult to actually get my wallet back to sync. Tried the bootstrap.dat but that would take weeks before it caught up. Re-syncing from scratch would take even longer.

After a while, I then came across the site CryptoChainer - a site that has blockchains for a vast variety of coins, and to my luck, they had a recent snapshot for the Mintcoin blockchain as well. Wohoo ... now I only needed to figure out how to actually use it. Turned out it was easier that I dared hope for.

So in case others want to "re-enter" this coin and find themselves in the same situation as me, here's a really quick step by step guide for Windows:
1: First off, download (and install) the wallet from the http://www.mintcoinofficial.com/
2: Start the wallet/program
3: Exit the wallet/program again (don't know if this start/stop is needed, but that's how I did it anyways)
4: Open the folder C:\Users\*YOURNAME*\AppData\Roaming\MintCoin\
5: Delete all files and folders in this dir except wallet.dat (if this wallet.dat is your backed up wallet)
6: Go to http://cryptochainer.com/dir/?page_id=881 and locate the MintCoin blockchain and click the "MintCoin blockchain"-button to start downloading the blockchain
7: Unzip the file in the MintCoin-folder (from step 4)
8: Copy your wallet.dat into the MintCoin-folder (from step 4)
9: Start the MintCoin application

The wallet will now take a while to lauch while writing something down the lines of "Rescanning" or something like that. When it launches, you'll be a day or two behind at most, and that should be fairly fast to sync up.

So yeah - don't know if this helps anyone, but I sure would have wanted exactly this help from some forum, so at least it's here now. Who knows if I'll be needing it myself in a couple of years when I forgot all about it again Cheesy

Cheers

Punqtured

mintcoinofficial.com/MintCoinSnapShot11-6.zip
official newer snapshot with the same instructions
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November 14, 2017, 05:34:16 PM
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Yeah Well. That kinda illustrates my problem quite good, actually ;-)

When I return to this forum in two years, all I'll be able to find is a link to a zipped file containing a two year old dump.

Linking to a page that lists a "somewhat recent" dump will probably be the better option of the two. ;-)
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November 14, 2017, 06:58:12 PM
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Mintcoin snap shot instructions:

This download was created by MintyAllDay and includes blocks up to November 6th, 2017.  You should only download this file from http://mintcoinofficial.com/MintCoinSnapShot11-6.zip

Extract files to the following folder based on your OS.  You have the option to create a new wallet or restore a backup wallet.dat

Windows:  C:\Users\YourUserName\Appdata\Roaming\MintCoin

Linux:  ~/.mintcoin

Mac:  Users/username/Library/Application Support/MintCoin
*You may need to show hidden files on the Mac platform to see related MintCoin files and directories.

Thanks to Warren and Deepcreek for Q&A.

Additional questions can be answered in real time on the Telegram mintcoin channel at:  https://t.me/joinchat/AYSXZBGdWRH6jeIX_EJijg

Snap shot builds will be updated once a month and future builds will include instructions like this forum post.

This download does not include wallet software.  Download the mintcoin wallet at:
https://github.com/MintcoinCommunity/Mintcoin-Desktop-Wallet/releases
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November 19, 2017, 11:46:37 AM
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It seems that MINT was really the first "Coin Hodlers Club" way before that was even a thing.
Max Lee made his phrase "Just Hodl" and his chaincoin hodl club famous on youtube this year.
(hey, I am a fan & use a fidget spinner now to get "rich" - - by not selling).

We need to think about all the great ways we HODL our MINT and play off of that.
"MINT - The Original Way To HODL"
"HODL A Bag of MINT Today" For Seven Rotations Of The Sun!

Anyway, I'm here to Hodl... & help if possible.
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November 19, 2017, 12:26:54 PM
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My MINT wallet has been a pisser all year. It won't sync because it wont stop pumping in new rewards from the network long enough to do any syncing. Then any new coins get rejected as orphans because I'm not synced. I can't leave it on because it uses so much resource on my CPU that it overheats and shuts down my computer. Overall a bad experience - and it should not start minting before sync is finnished. The network must be making a zillion transactions that are just a waste.

I had hoped that a better solution/wallet would come. Now I am ready to just wipe out this wallet and load last year's version because at least it functioned. Our latest Dev guy has moved on an left a mess here. I did learn that there was a link on his personal website where he was asking for donations/funding toward MINT development. No hard feelings - I'm sure there was time invested and problems solved, but what is that called when you create problems and then want credit for fixing them?

Think about this. A lot of brand new hot coins are going to fail soon because they can't find DEV talent either.
At least this coin has some good history and lots of hardened investors - we just need to phoenix out of the fires..
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November 21, 2017, 04:51:50 PM
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It won't sync because it wont stop pumping in new rewards from the network long enough to do any syncing. Then any new coins get rejected as orphans because I'm not synced.

Solution:  Download the full blockchain or use the snapshot and make sure your chain is fully updated BEFORE you unlock your wallet for minting.

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November 23, 2017, 12:44:40 AM
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Solution:  Download the full blockchain or use the snapshot and make sure your chain is fully updated BEFORE you unlock your wallet for minting.

Thanks for this comment Minty. It worked as a "swift kick of understanding". I have been trying since this wallet version rolled out to shut off minting so the sync-up would happen. You made me realize my mistake - not having my wallet encrypted. This was the first wallet I ever downloaded & I did neglect to do it even though I should know better. In most wallets using encryption is an option, with this version it helps solve the minting on/off problem.

When we encrypt our wallets it will default to a locked position (minting off), after you get synced-up just unlock as Minty instructs.

So now I am good, got the current version synced by first encrypting, then downloading the snapshot, syncing up, and then unlocking the minting feature to get my green coins flowing in. Woo-Hoo
Wallet stayed focused on downloading blocks until synced, CPU staying cool enough to run 24/7 - thanks again!
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November 23, 2017, 04:05:46 AM
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Just for anyone facing the same issue later.
Alternatively though, you could have backed up your current wallet and just sync a new wallet before replacing the wallet with coins in.

Also make sure to check coin control and regularly combine transactions if you send coins by the round number frequently. Change aka chum change can clog up transactions as well.
67 is the current max per transaction from my testing

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November 25, 2017, 05:46:00 PM
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is it wrong that I have staked over 260,000 mint since my first deposit into wallet 2/26/2014?

hmm, nope. Early adopter  Cool

network warning: I'm starting my wallet to sync then stake. muhahahaha

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November 26, 2017, 05:07:49 AM
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is it wrong that I have staked over 260,000 mint since my first deposit into wallet 2/26/2014?

hmm, nope. Early adopter  Cool

network warning: I'm starting my wallet to sync then stake. muhahahaha

Nope, not at all! I've minted over 1405000 since 8/4/2014  Grin

"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." Ben Franklin
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November 27, 2017, 04:45:17 PM
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Hello...

How much is the total max amount of this coin? There is max cap???

and there is a max coin age???
 
I've read that PoS Min/Max Age: 20/40 days... what means???

I ask this because this block explorer say me that with my few 165 MINT I can stake an obtain 76,541.65094800 MINTcoin?? With 46,388.88 % of interest??? It is possible???

http://www.fuzzbawls.pw/explore/MintCoin/address.php?address=MtubuhWJdH9KRG9R3d849mJvx2Eio65dss

I never staked or minted these 165 MINT coin.

Can someone explain me how it works???
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November 27, 2017, 04:56:24 PM
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How much money do you want to raise?
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November 27, 2017, 04:57:01 PM
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Do you have previous experience in providing ICO?
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