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Author Topic: [ANN][MINT] Mintcoin (POS) (5%) - New Wallet v2.0.2 released 3/1/16  (Read 1260969 times)
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February 11, 2014, 04:15:37 AM
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My coins cashed out from the old server good now, and the balance looks right from a day ago.  I also had a different amount, but I doubt that was real it was a lot higher then my hash could of done.   Oh well shit happens.   But glad the dev did a great thing and kept the old server up.

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February 11, 2014, 04:16:29 AM
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Mintcoin has been added at Coin-Swap.net!

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February 11, 2014, 04:17:07 AM
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When will Hashrapid (old) process manual payments?  I created one a couple of hours ago and it still hasn't gone through.

Thanks!

Now I can no longer access the site on which I made the manual payout request.  That's 650,000 Mintcoins I can't track at all...

Yea, I am done with rapidhash until I get my payout from the old server. I am out 160,000 coins atm.

You can log into the old server but every time i refreshed the page I watched my coin amount drop from 160,000 to now 22,900. I hope no one is skimming :/

My balanced dropped from 650,000 to 62,133.  I'm in no position to challenge it, of course.  Who knows whether it was a glitch or not.  I did receive the 62,133, though.
WTF? I had 500k coins, and my balance shows 30k coins, there may have been double credits, but I should at least have a couple 100k.  I'm pulling my rigs off this scam pool right now, this is bs.


they care claiming after server migration everyone got paid double for 70 blocks

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February 11, 2014, 04:19:08 AM
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To HashRapid:  I had around 160,000 mint at the old pool that vanished a couple of hours after I requested a manual payout.  I attempted to use the contact form to inform you of this issue, but I got submission errors.  Could you please look into this?  Thanks


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February 11, 2014, 04:24:30 AM
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When will Hashrapid (old) process manual payments?  I created one a couple of hours ago and it still hasn't gone through.

Thanks!

Now I can no longer access the site on which I made the manual payout request.  That's 650,000 Mintcoins I can't track at all...

Yea, I am done with rapidhash until I get my payout from the old server. I am out 160,000 coins atm.

You can log into the old server but every time i refreshed the page I watched my coin amount drop from 160,000 to now 22,900. I hope no one is skimming :/

My balanced dropped from 650,000 to 62,133.  I'm in no position to challenge it, of course.  Who knows whether it was a glitch or not.  I did receive the 62,133, though.
WTF? I had 500k coins, and my balance shows 30k coins, there may have been double credits, but I should at least have a couple 100k.  I'm pulling my rigs off this scam pool right now, this is bs.


they care claiming after server migration everyone got paid double for 70 blocks

As a remedial measure?  That's great, but it doesn't come near the amount lost (again, assuming it was lost).  Here's what I'm talking about (the fact that there's a gap in transaction IDs means there were transactions being processed, i.e., the site wasn't down):

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February 11, 2014, 04:25:15 AM
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I'd like to explain things, so that it's a bit more helpful.  Our server had major issues the last 24 hours, and MYSQL was at 90% load.   From roughly 2am last night, until roughly afternoon today the server had serious load issues, and pplns was running completely wrong.   When trying to correct this, and running the find block crons(which is part of the cron suite), the system re-processed over 70 blocks for every user.  That means, everyone was paid double the amount for 70 blocks.  This is why the balances where artificially wrong.  To make matters worse, the wallet block index file itself appeared to show signs of being corrupt(which most likely was a big issue in the problems)

It was determined the best action would be a new instance.

Unfortunately stuff happens and it's not always perfect.

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February 11, 2014, 05:00:46 AM
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I'd like to explain things, so that it's a bit more helpful.  Our server had major issues the last 24 hours, and MYSQL was at 90% load.   From roughly 2am last night, until roughly afternoon today the server had serious load issues, and pplns was running completely wrong.   When trying to correct this, and running the find block crons(which is part of the cron suite), the system re-processed over 70 blocks for every user.  That means, everyone was paid double the amount for 70 blocks.  This is why the balances where artificially wrong.  To make matters worse, the wallet block index file itself appeared to show signs of being corrupt(which most likely was a big issue in the problems)

It was determined the best action would be a new instance.

Unfortunately stuff happens and it's not always perfect.


All we're looking for is an explanation for the block/transaction gap, even though transactions were occurring.
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February 11, 2014, 05:06:57 AM
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Ahead of VERT coin!

Proof of Share makes this better then all the other scrypt coins out there. It literally pays to hold it, no mining necessary. Its is gonna make this coin valuable. Only 6 satoshis @ https://www.mintpal.com/market/MINT/BTC

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February 11, 2014, 05:16:47 AM
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I'd like to explain things, so that it's a bit more helpful.  Our server had major issues the last 24 hours, and MYSQL was at 90% load.   From roughly 2am last night, until roughly afternoon today the server had serious load issues, and pplns was running completely wrong.   When trying to correct this, and running the find block crons(which is part of the cron suite), the system re-processed over 70 blocks for every user.  That means, everyone was paid double the amount for 70 blocks.  This is why the balances where artificially wrong.  To make matters worse, the wallet block index file itself appeared to show signs of being corrupt(which most likely was a big issue in the problems)

It was determined the best action would be a new instance.

Unfortunately stuff happens and it's not always perfect.


Just wondering why there's no payout from blocks 11353 up to block 12035 when the server went down ?  It's showing all those blocks confirmed but no payout to the miners.

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February 11, 2014, 05:29:39 AM
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18 days to go before my mintcoin get interests.


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February 11, 2014, 05:38:56 AM
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18 days to go before my mintcoin get interests.



LOL I am in the same boat. Counting down the days.

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February 11, 2014, 05:42:46 AM
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But remember guys, you can only mine this for 5 weeks!


why cant I mine longer?
Well you can but after 5 weeks it's 1 coin per block. At that time it's POS and not POW.
(Proof of stake instead of Proof of Work)
You get interest on the amount of coins you have in your wallet, you're "mining" by owning coins.
Proof of Work is when you are mining with your gpu/etc and solved algorithms to get rewarded with coins!

so after 5 weeks no one has to mine to keep the network alive?
I guess! Some will still mine and get 1 coin per block. Maybe they will receive a few k/day but the majority of coins will be rewarded through having coins!

This is how I get it atleast!

Pos blocks are continuing to be generated,so even no one mine PoW blocks, the network/coin still alive, the transactions and newly generated coins (from both pos and pow) will still mature after 50 confirmations (most with pos blocks than pow blocks).




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February 11, 2014, 05:46:04 AM
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18 days to go before my mintcoin get interests.



LOL I am in the same boat. Counting down the days.

I have never received any block rewards from POS that i have, PPC and NXT.

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February 11, 2014, 05:48:52 AM
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Does our wallet need to be online continuously to earn the interest?
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February 11, 2014, 05:49:22 AM
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18 days to go before my mintcoin get interests.



LOL I am in the same boat. Counting down the days.

I have never received any block rewards from POS that i have, PPC and NXT.

This is my first POS crypto. I like the idea, lets see how it works out.

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February 11, 2014, 05:50:36 AM
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TY people selling @ 6 satoshi

You're going to make me a very rich Mintcoin holder.

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February 11, 2014, 05:52:03 AM
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Does our wallet need to be online continuously to earn the interest?

According to the 1st page, NO you don't have to open it all the time.

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February 11, 2014, 06:01:20 AM
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18 days to go before my mintcoin get interests.



LOL I am in the same boat. Counting down the days.

I have never received any block rewards from POS that i have, PPC and NXT.

NXT requires you to have a some NXT to forge (around50-100k at least to forge more consistently) along with the client running to forge blocks. PPC requires you to have your coins in the wallet for 30 days prior to starting to POS.

if you want to see how POS sort of works you can look at GRAIN. It uses same style as PPC.
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February 11, 2014, 06:01:59 AM
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How this interest works? Is based on what?
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February 11, 2014, 06:17:13 AM
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Check out this potential minting profit!

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