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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1343103 times)
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February 16, 2014, 01:07:32 AM
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Man, some people are simply so impatient. This coin has only been out a little over week, give or take. Be patient with the devs. As long as we see that they are still moving, things are good.

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February 16, 2014, 01:18:03 AM
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Edit: I'm adding voluntees, see below

To have my fait restored in this coin I wiil need:

- Know the exact number of pre-mined coins and how they will be used.
- Get a new client that just works.
- New website and forum

Steban, I propose something: everyone who would be OK with lending a hand to the dev says so. Write down "I'm in for assisting the" in a post and I will update the post accordingly. Preferably, say what you are good at (and like to do)  also.

Help can be of various kind:
- community management (volunteer: ShibeonBarkmont)
- commercial agreements with merchants
- marketing
- documentation
- webdesign
- translation
- development
- management (volunteer: David Latapie)

So who is in to help make mintcoin kick ass?

Then I will contact the dev with a list of volunteers.

Remember: this coin has the highest traffic on mintpal, even more than Panda (granted, Panda is very new on mintpal). Also, mintcoin has a catchy name, an exchange which happens to sound the same (it is a coincidence, but let's capitalize on it), half the pages of noblecoin in quarter the time AND it is not yet on coinmarketcap or cryptsy.
I say this coin only need a bigger team. That's where you come into play.

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February 16, 2014, 01:31:09 AM
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So much crying in this thread from people complaining that they aren't millionaires after buying a coin that's been out for 9 days.  It doesn't even matter if the developer gets run over by a bus and dies.  That's what open source is, development will continue.  If he disappears, I will help continue work on it, although I know a lot more about PoW than PoS.  

The only worry I have about working with this coin are things like INT64 rollover issues, which I'm not sure if it even has any affect.  There's always workarounds to problems like that anyway.  Worst case scenario would just be forking it and removing a couple decimal places.  Like I said, I'm not completely knowledgeable on PoS systems yet.

But yea, worst case scenario, developer dies, I steal Hobonickels wallet for coin control, add mint pictures, remove decimal places, done.

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February 16, 2014, 01:41:03 AM
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So much crying in this thread from people complaining that they aren't millionaires after buying a coin that's been out for 9 days.  It doesn't even matter if the developer gets run over by a bus and dies.  That's what open source is, development will continue.  If he disappears, I will help continue work on it, although I know a lot more about PoW than PoS.  

The only worry I have about working with this coin are things like INT64 rollover issues, which I'm not sure if it even has any affect.  There's always workarounds to problems like that anyway.  Worst case scenario would just be forking it and removing a couple decimal places.  Like I said, I'm not completely knowledgeable on PoS systems yet.

But yea, worst case scenario, developer dies, I steal Hobonickels wallet for coin control, add mint pictures, remove decimal places, done.

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February 16, 2014, 01:42:53 AM
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I don't understand why people are panicking...you get interest from the PoS. It only makes sense that you don't sell all of your MINT and that it's designed for long term holding.  Roll Eyes
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February 16, 2014, 02:06:24 AM
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The problems with network seems to be related with UPNP. It seems that UPNP support is not compiled into the binary due to some missing lines in mintcoin-qt.pro file (comparing it with lemoncoin's). The UPNP checkbox in Options is disabled, and if you're behind a router, noone can connect you. (I don't know about Windows binaries though, I didn't test them, I'm using the sources released at launch)

You can get a lot more connections to the network by configuring port forwarding on your router, on port TCP/12788. I currently have 94 connections to the network, 91 of them are inbound (meaning they connect using the port forwarding)

Hope devs fix the UPNP issue, it would relieve the network.

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February 16, 2014, 02:09:28 AM
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I restarted my mintcoin wallet, now I can't reconnect to the network, seems hashrapid is down too, what is going on?
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February 16, 2014, 02:12:56 AM
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There are, +60 BTCs on sale orders, and only 8 BTCs on buy orders.
How do you get this information?
Yes and if I put one sell order of 10k MINT at 0.1 btc
 Ohhh the sell order is 1000 BTC... Arggggg f..ck
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February 16, 2014, 02:14:03 AM
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I restarted my mintcoin wallet, now I can't reconnect to the network, seems hashrapid is down too, what is going on?
hashrapid has some problems tonight, I switched to hashstrike

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February 16, 2014, 02:21:51 AM
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Watching the net hashrate drop, frustrating.  Embarrassed

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February 16, 2014, 02:22:39 AM
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I restarted my mintcoin wallet, now I can't reconnect to the network, seems hashrapid is down too, what is going on?

My Mint wallet says it has 7 active connection.

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February 16, 2014, 02:23:48 AM
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Watching the net hashrate drop, frustrating.  Embarrassed

Maybe it is because http://mint.hashrapid.com/ pool is down and the miners are failing over to other coins?
Unable to connect to wallet RPC service: Unable to connect:

In the mean time I will mine HBN.

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February 16, 2014, 02:24:35 AM
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You can get a lot more connections to the network by configuring port forwarding on your router, on port TCP/12788. I currently have 94 connections to the network, 91 of them are inbound (meaning they connect using the port forwarding)

Hope devs fix the UPNP issue, it would relieve the network.

Can you tell me how to do this? I am on options ---> network ---> auto-checked Map port using UPnP & underneath a second box available ---> Connect through SOCKS proxy:---> Proxy IP (Has numbers already?) Port (4 Numbers) SOCKS VERSION: (5)

Can I change the above to connect my wallet so it will synch and be functional? I would like to buy some MINT but I can't figure out where to hold them at.


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February 16, 2014, 02:26:19 AM
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I would like to buy some MINT but I can't figure out where to hold them at.

You don't even need to get the wallet to connect to buy them, all you need is to open the wallet and generate an address.  If you don't connect until a year from now, it's still fine.

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February 16, 2014, 02:32:50 AM
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Can you tell me how to do this? I am on options ---> network ---> auto-checked Map port using UPnP & underneath a second box available ---> Connect through SOCKS proxy:---> Proxy IP (Has numbers already?) Port (4 Numbers) SOCKS VERSION: (5)

Can I change the above to connect my wallet so it will synch and be functional? I would like to buy some MINT but I can't figure out where to hold them at.


"Map port using UPnP" looks checked AND disabled in my wallet. If it's disabled, then it doesn't work, UPNP support isn't compiled into the wallet. If it were, then it would configure the router automatically.

It's not done from your wallet, you have to connect to your router device and configure it to forward tcp/12788 to your computer's LAN IP. Or if you don't want to fiddle with your router, you can do the addnode configuration given in the first page, but port forwarding makes connecting to the network much faster, at least for me. The IPs provided in the addnode list are probably overwhelmed.

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February 16, 2014, 02:33:15 AM
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Hi everyone,

just a quick note to tell that we are well aware of everything mentioned above. We are working hard for this coin, I personally haven't taken a single day of rest since launch, you have no idea of the amount of work needed behind the scenes. So give us some time, Bitcoin is 5 years old, MintCoin is 9 days old, and we will support this coin as long as it's needed for it to succeed.


Hey, great to see you posting ! Thank you for all the work you are doing.
But please consider this post : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=450381.msg5169298#msg5169298 and take all the help you can !
I can not code or anything like that but i will be more then happy to help any way i can. Facebook, give aways, donations, well whatever i can. Also there are a lot of other people that could actually help with coding etc. So, think about it Smiley
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February 16, 2014, 02:34:32 AM
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I would like to buy some MINT but I can't figure out where to hold them at.

You can keep them here MbVpu836xjeKoTk7bQivJXXUSkuX7yTxfQ  Cool


create an account here https://www.mintpal.com/ and stash them on the exchange.

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February 16, 2014, 03:02:30 AM
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 Lost half todays minted at mint.hashrapid.com
At first payouts didnt confirm and then
" Could not find any Transaction "

*Status Update. We are back online.

anyone knows a pool without that happening?
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February 16, 2014, 03:06:03 AM
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Anyone else lose Mintcoins from mint hash rapid pool? I had over 10k waiting from a manual payout and now the entire pool has been wiped of all transaction history and block finder history.

Do not mine on mint hash rapids pool.

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February 16, 2014, 03:07:05 AM
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