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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1343103 times)
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April 07, 2014, 08:17:23 PM
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Indeed, I am not looking for a hype or comparison. I just try to explain (or understand) what is going on currently. And I am worried, because I have the fear that, due to the high speed of cryptoworld, many coins will be left behind. I would really hate to see that for MINT because it does not worth it. So, I think that we need fresh ideas, to bring new investors in. These sell walls should be broken and I would say, should be broken soon. And I am not worried so much about the price, I am actually worried about the really low volume. This indicates low interest to me. Let's hope that I am wrong.

There is quite a bit going on behind the scenes with Mintcoin, but to start posting about such things prior to having all the i's dotted and t's crossed would be premature.

The markets and the "Low Volume" is just the way the altcoin world works and there is nothing that anyone can do about that. Unless you hold and control 250BTC and are willing to "Gamble" with them, the sell walls will remain. I myself buy on average 70K Mint a day others are buying as well. The good thing to realize, is that the price is extremely stable compared to a lot of other coins out there.

We have to remember that the vast majority of people involved in the altcoin world, are coin miners, some with thousands upon thousands of dollars invested into mining rigs. These people are not interested in whether a coin lasts more than the time it takes them to turn a profit on it. To make an altcoin succeed to the point where it is accepted as a true  alternative currency will take time and effort, not only from the Developer, but the community as a whole. We have seen this with Dogecoin and their community, as well as Bitcoin and theirs.

I know a lot of people detest Facebook, but it would help a lot to "Like" the Facebook page, as well as the Google+ page and the Reddit page, and join the Mintcoin Talk forum. This all helps to build the community as when others stop by the Facebook page and see that there are thousands of members, it is human nature to want to be a part of that. This is how Dogecoin got to be as big as they are now, one major publicity indecent when they helped to send the Jamaican Bobsled team to Soshi was all it took.

https://www.facebook.com/MintCoin

http://www.reddit.com/r/MintCoin/

http://www.mintcointalk.com/index.php

https://plus.google.com/u/0/116843574211918716580/posts
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April 07, 2014, 08:17:50 PM
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Charts here: http://crypto-prices.com/MINT

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Indeed, I am not looking for a hype or comparison. I just try to explain (or understand) what is going on currently. And I am worried, because I have the fear that, due to the high speed of cryptoworld, many coins will be left behind. I would really hate to see that for MINT because it does not worth it. So, I think that we need fresh ideas, to bring new investors in. These sell walls should be broken and I would say, should be broken soon. And I am not worried so much about the price, I am actually worried about the really low volume. This indicates low interest to me. Let's hope that I am wrong.

There is quite a bit going on behind the scenes with Mintcoin, but to start posting about such things prior to having all the i's dotted and t's crossed would be premature.

The markets and the "Low Volume" is just the way the altcoin world works and there is nothing that anyone can do about that. Unless you hold and control 250BTC and are willing to "Gamble" with them, the sell walls will remain. I myself buy on average 70K Mint a day others are buying as well. The good thing to realize, is that the price is extremely stable compared to a lot of other coins out there.

We have to remember that the vast majority of people involved in the altcoin world, are coin miners, some with thousands upon thousands of dollars invested into mining rigs. These people are not interested in whether a coin lasts more than the time it takes them to turn a profit on it. To make an altcoin succeed to the point where it is accepted as a true  alternative currency will take time and effort, not only from the Developer, but the community as a whole. We have seen this with Dogecoin and their community, as well as Bitcoin and theirs.

I know a lot of people detest Facebook, but it would help a lot to "Like" the Facebook page, as well as the Google+ page and the Reddit page, and join the Mintcoin Talk forum. This all helps to build the community as when others stop by the Facebook page and see that there are thousands of members, it is human nature to want to be a part of that. This is how Dogecoin got to be as big as they are now, one major publicity indecent when they helped to send the Jamaican Bobsled team to Soshi was all it took.

https://www.facebook.com/MintCoin

http://www.reddit.com/r/MintCoin/

http://www.mintcointalk.com/index.php

https://plus.google.com/u/0/116843574211918716580/posts

Thank you Beaverslayer. Clear analysis from your side, I can see your point of view.
I like very much the part "There is quite a bit going on behind the scenes with Mintcoin".
Fyi, I also avoid fb as much as possible ...

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April 07, 2014, 08:35:44 PM
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double ip's are removed from the list

MintCoin.conf

testnet=0
listen=1
addnode=101.224.84.242
addnode=101.226.247.43
addnode=107.170.22.138
addnode=107.170.26.155
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April 07, 2014, 08:44:10 PM
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If you are updating now you will have to do a clean install. That means backup your wallet.dat to a safe location, and delete everything mintcoin. When you get the new wallet, place your back up in the appdata folder and launch.

There is a .conf file in the new wallet, don't use unofficial sources for your wallet : http://mintcoin.cc/download-wallet/

Edit: To find your appdata folder- Click Windows button on left bottom of screen and put this in search box: %APPDATA%/MintCoin

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Indeed, I am not looking for a hype or comparison. I just try to explain (or understand) what is going on currently. And I am worried, because I have the fear that, due to the high speed of cryptoworld, many coins will be left behind. I would really hate to see that for MINT because it does not worth it. So, I think that we need fresh ideas, to bring new investors in. These sell walls should be broken and I would say, should be broken soon. And I am not worried so much about the price, I am actually worried about the really low volume. This indicates low interest to me. Let's hope that I am wrong.

There is quite a bit going on behind the scenes with Mintcoin, but to start posting about such things prior to having all the i's dotted and t's crossed would be premature.

The markets and the "Low Volume" is just the way the altcoin world works and there is nothing that anyone can do about that. Unless you hold and control 250BTC and are willing to "Gamble" with them, the sell walls will remain. I myself buy on average 70K Mint a day others are buying as well. The good thing to realize, is that the price is extremely stable compared to a lot of other coins out there.

We have to remember that the vast majority of people involved in the altcoin world, are coin miners, some with thousands upon thousands of dollars invested into mining rigs. These people are not interested in whether a coin lasts more than the time it takes them to turn a profit on it. To make an altcoin succeed to the point where it is accepted as a true  alternative currency will take time and effort, not only from the Developer, but the community as a whole. We have seen this with Dogecoin and their community, as well as Bitcoin and theirs.

I know a lot of people detest Facebook, but it would help a lot to "Like" the Facebook page, as well as the Google+ page and the Reddit page, and join the Mintcoin Talk forum. This all helps to build the community as when others stop by the Facebook page and see that there are thousands of members, it is human nature to want to be a part of that. This is how Dogecoin got to be as big as they are now, one major publicity indecent when they helped to send the Jamaican Bobsled team to Soshi was all it took.

https://www.facebook.com/MintCoin

http://www.reddit.com/r/MintCoin/

http://www.mintcointalk.com/index.php

https://plus.google.com/u/0/116843574211918716580/posts

Great post. Also, I hear a group of Wall Street associates will be buying Mintcoin all day tomorrow until we reach 100 Satoshi.  Cheesy  Wink

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April 07, 2014, 08:53:45 PM
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What if we could get Greenpeace to accept gifts in our environment friendly Mintcoin?  Grin

info@wdc.greenpeace.org
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April 07, 2014, 09:02:20 PM
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Indeed, I am not looking for a hype or comparison. I just try to explain (or understand) what is going on currently. And I am worried, because I have the fear that, due to the high speed of cryptoworld, many coins will be left behind. I would really hate to see that for MINT because it does not worth it. So, I think that we need fresh ideas, to bring new investors in. These sell walls should be broken and I would say, should be broken soon. And I am not worried so much about the price, I am actually worried about the really low volume. This indicates low interest to me. Let's hope that I am wrong.

There is quite a bit going on behind the scenes with Mintcoin, but to start posting about such things prior to having all the i's dotted and t's crossed would be premature.

The markets and the "Low Volume" is just the way the altcoin world works and there is nothing that anyone can do about that. Unless you hold and control 250BTC and are willing to "Gamble" with them, the sell walls will remain. I myself buy on average 70K Mint a day others are buying as well. The good thing to realize, is that the price is extremely stable compared to a lot of other coins out there.

We have to remember that the vast majority of people involved in the altcoin world, are coin miners, some with thousands upon thousands of dollars invested into mining rigs. These people are not interested in whether a coin lasts more than the time it takes them to turn a profit on it. To make an altcoin succeed to the point where it is accepted as a true  alternative currency will take time and effort, not only from the Developer, but the community as a whole. We have seen this with Dogecoin and their community, as well as Bitcoin and theirs.

I know a lot of people detest Facebook, but it would help a lot to "Like" the Facebook page, as well as the Google+ page and the Reddit page, and join the Mintcoin Talk forum. This all helps to build the community as when others stop by the Facebook page and see that there are thousands of members, it is human nature to want to be a part of that. This is how Dogecoin got to be as big as they are now, one major publicity indecent when they helped to send the Jamaican Bobsled team to Soshi was all it took.

https://www.facebook.com/MintCoin

http://www.reddit.com/r/MintCoin/

http://www.mintcointalk.com/index.php

https://plus.google.com/u/0/116843574211918716580/posts

Great post. Also, I hear a group of Wall Street associates will be buying Mintcoin all day tomorrow until we reach 100 Satoshi.  Cheesy  Wink

uhm... are you sure
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April 07, 2014, 09:03:15 PM
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What if we could get Greenpeace to accept gifts in our environment friendly Mintcoin?  Grin

info@wdc.greenpeace.org


do you have a example of the letter i can send a e-mail to that adress
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April 07, 2014, 09:16:27 PM
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Indeed, I am not looking for a hype or comparison. I just try to explain (or understand) what is going on currently. And I am worried, because I have the fear that, due to the high speed of cryptoworld, many coins will be left behind. I would really hate to see that for MINT because it does not worth it. So, I think that we need fresh ideas, to bring new investors in. These sell walls should be broken and I would say, should be broken soon. And I am not worried so much about the price, I am actually worried about the really low volume. This indicates low interest to me. Let's hope that I am wrong.

There is quite a bit going on behind the scenes with Mintcoin, but to start posting about such things prior to having all the i's dotted and t's crossed would be premature.

The markets and the "Low Volume" is just the way the altcoin world works and there is nothing that anyone can do about that. Unless you hold and control 250BTC and are willing to "Gamble" with them, the sell walls will remain. I myself buy on average 70K Mint a day others are buying as well. The good thing to realize, is that the price is extremely stable compared to a lot of other coins out there.

We have to remember that the vast majority of people involved in the altcoin world, are coin miners, some with thousands upon thousands of dollars invested into mining rigs. These people are not interested in whether a coin lasts more than the time it takes them to turn a profit on it. To make an altcoin succeed to the point where it is accepted as a true  alternative currency will take time and effort, not only from the Developer, but the community as a whole. We have seen this with Dogecoin and their community, as well as Bitcoin and theirs.

I know a lot of people detest Facebook, but it would help a lot to "Like" the Facebook page, as well as the Google+ page and the Reddit page, and join the Mintcoin Talk forum. This all helps to build the community as when others stop by the Facebook page and see that there are thousands of members, it is human nature to want to be a part of that. This is how Dogecoin got to be as big as they are now, one major publicity indecent when they helped to send the Jamaican Bobsled team to Soshi was all it took.

https://www.facebook.com/MintCoin

http://www.reddit.com/r/MintCoin/

http://www.mintcointalk.com/index.php

https://plus.google.com/u/0/116843574211918716580/posts

Great post. Also, I hear a group of Wall Street associates will be buying Mintcoin all day tomorrow until we reach 100 Satoshi.  Cheesy  Wink

uhm... are you sure
Of course I'm sure. We're talking about Wall Street associates here. It's not like I could just make that shit up.  Grin

Oh wait, it may have been next Monday. Minty Monday?

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April 07, 2014, 09:33:44 PM
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Back at mint again, played with another coin for a while which was a a huge stupid faillure. Made up by buying another million mint while the price is still low.

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April 07, 2014, 09:38:06 PM
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Vault of Satoshi has a Reddit AMA tomorrow: http://www.reddit.com/r/vos/comments/224lhm/vault_of_satoshi_ask_us_anything_coming_april_8th/

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April 07, 2014, 09:40:31 PM
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Back at mint again, played with another coin for a while which was a a huge stupid faillure. Made up by buying another million mint while the price is still low.

Glad you're back...sorry to hear about your bad experience.

I got real lucky the other night and ran across Karpelescoin, mined a whole bunch and got them onto the market just in time to sell them at when they were worth $0.82 USD each. Bought over 136K Mint with the proceeds of six hours mining....it was a good night.
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April 07, 2014, 09:54:33 PM
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Does anyone see this coin making it above 20 sat. Considering reinvesting possibly.

Yes. And considering we where the first fast distribution POS coin. we have a great community and whe are focus on bringin real economy to the coin.

Buy a Bitcoin at 15 sat and in 3, 4 months you will see.

The others fasts POS coin is still in the pump phase, we already passed that and our grown is organical.

Theres a bright future for mint

You are kidding, right? The whole discussion here seems too amateurish according to me. Where is really that "great" MINT community? All I see is 2-3 salesmen talking about rockets and the moon a couple of times, 2-3 zealots and 2-3 trolls. All bored right now to even write here because currently the whole thing is a stalemate. ECC will be next, then the next one and goes on. And MINT will celebrate when it goes from 12 to 16 sat for half a day and then back to 13. Since I really care about MINT I still have a few observations:

1) I wrote it a while ago and I consider it 100% valid still
...
Regarding MINT coin ... I believe that MINT coin team is covering in an excellent manner the mid and long term goals for the
coin. I mean, all these merchants ... wow !!! But, the short term is somehow lost. For now, the price is important for 2 main reasons:
First reason is that value creates interest. The trading volume right now is embarrassing. More people will join if they see possible gains. Second reason is that value creates value. I mean, how important is for me to have the possibility to buy a PC with MINTs if my MINTs worth nothing?
...

2) The reaction of the devs during the latest fork was a bit discouraging. Too slow reaction according to me. However, this is acceptable. We are humans. But the reaction of the community was hilarious. Without showing any knowledge at all, they "defended" the "almighty MINT code" without asking concrete explanations and quick fix. Hell, I am not an expect but it was too obvious that there was a problem. In fact, I think that there is still some problem because the wallet does not behave normally, but that's another story.

3) The "voting" on lovecrypto. I know that this is minor, but still ... 2.67 BTCs thrown to buy votes for nothing Huh Guys please, use these BTCs for supporting MINT, buy some MINT, fund some projects but do not throw them for nothing. What to prove there? That MINT community is stronger? I have news for you. Currently it is not. Because crypto is too young and the people follow the hype. They will not stay to watch the paint dry.

Just my opinion, honestly spoken, without trying to to say what someone should do. I say once more that I invested equally on both PoS coins and that stands still, so I would like to see both of them thrive.

I agree with everything you have to say here.  I came in here telling everyone that we should get this security hole fixed and all I got were the 2-3 salesman, 2-3 zealots just making numerous posts just to bury what I was saying.  These 6 people should focus and try to build the community instead of just waving poms poms to hide everytime the slightest thing negative thing happens.  There's usually no activity until the something negative happens and out comes all these people.

What happens next is a mention of BC, re-hashing a bunch of positive things and your post is hopefully forgotten.  They hate people mentioning BC but either the 2-3 salesman or 2-3 zealots bring it up first.

Now the mint team keep mentioning things happening in the background... why the background? Bring it to the foreground or atleast bring something to the foreground. 

These 4-6 people just stick their head in the ground and instead of strengthening the community they weaken it.

Here are some topics that will actually help mintcoin instead of burying our posts:

1) what happened to that multipool we funded as a community?  anyone have any news on that? another scam?
2) what are some upcoming news that we can be looking forward to?
3) some wallet suggestions that help us separate from other coins.
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April 07, 2014, 10:11:20 PM
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Back at mint again, played with another coin for a while which was a a huge stupid faillure. Made up by buying another million mint while the price is still low.

Glad you're back...sorry to hear about your bad experience.

I got real lucky the other night and ran across Karpelescoin, mined a whole bunch and got them onto the market just in time to sell them at when they were worth $0.82 USD each. Bought over 136K Mint with the proceeds of six hours mining....it was a good night.

Nice, mintcoin was the first one I actually made some profit on back when it was ~4sat and jumped to 40. Coins where you had a positive experience with usually stick to you.

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April 07, 2014, 10:12:02 PM
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Mint Coin Devs, Coin Control integration into the wallet would be a plus.

http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control

I agree, that would be a very nice feature.

If no one is doing it yet, then i could integrate it when i get some free time.
Together with little testing it takes about half a day probably.
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April 07, 2014, 10:24:32 PM
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Mint Coin Devs, Coin Control integration into the wallet would be a plus.

http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control

I agree, that would be a very nice feature.

If no one is doing it yet, then i could integrate it when i get some free time.
Together with little testing it takes about half a day probably.

That would be amazing. Please do!

Thanks
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April 07, 2014, 10:27:21 PM
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Mint Coin Devs, Coin Control integration into the wallet would be a plus.

http://wiki.hobonickels.info/index.php?title=Coin_Control

I agree, that would be a very nice feature.

If no one is doing it yet, then i could integrate it when i get some free time.
Together with little testing it takes about half a day probably.

I had talked to the Developer about this some time ago, and it would take a hard fork for it to be implemented, and hard forks are not something a coin wants.

The minting of coins is not effected by coins being sent/spent from your wallet. This is a screen shot of one of my wallets, that clearly shows minting taking place just a few days after sending 25K Mintcoins to another wallet.




It minted new coins again just days after the first minting, so this really isn't a problem.
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April 07, 2014, 10:32:48 PM
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Does anyone see this coin making it above 20 sat. Considering reinvesting possibly.

Yes. And considering we where the first fast distribution POS coin. we have a great community and whe are focus on bringin real economy to the coin.

Buy a Bitcoin at 15 sat and in 3, 4 months you will see.

The others fasts POS coin is still in the pump phase, we already passed that and our grown is organical.

Theres a bright future for mint

You are kidding, right? The whole discussion here seems too amateurish according to me. Where is really that "great" MINT community? All I see is 2-3 salesmen talking about rockets and the moon a couple of times, 2-3 zealots and 2-3 trolls. All bored right now to even write here because currently the whole thing is a stalemate. ECC will be next, then the next one and goes on. And MINT will celebrate when it goes from 12 to 16 sat for half a day and then back to 13. Since I really care about MINT I still have a few observations:

1) I wrote it a while ago and I consider it 100% valid still
...
Regarding MINT coin ... I believe that MINT coin team is covering in an excellent manner the mid and long term goals for the
coin. I mean, all these merchants ... wow !!! But, the short term is somehow lost. For now, the price is important for 2 main reasons:
First reason is that value creates interest. The trading volume right now is embarrassing. More people will join if they see possible gains. Second reason is that value creates value. I mean, how important is for me to have the possibility to buy a PC with MINTs if my MINTs worth nothing?
...

2) The reaction of the devs during the latest fork was a bit discouraging. Too slow reaction according to me. However, this is acceptable. We are humans. But the reaction of the community was hilarious. Without showing any knowledge at all, they "defended" the "almighty MINT code" without asking concrete explanations and quick fix. Hell, I am not an expect but it was too obvious that there was a problem. In fact, I think that there is still some problem because the wallet does not behave normally, but that's another story.

3) The "voting" on lovecrypto. I know that this is minor, but still ... 2.67 BTCs thrown to buy votes for nothing Huh Guys please, use these BTCs for supporting MINT, buy some MINT, fund some projects but do not throw them for nothing. What to prove there? That MINT community is stronger? I have news for you. Currently it is not. Because crypto is too young and the people follow the hype. They will not stay to watch the paint dry.

Just my opinion, honestly spoken, without trying to to say what someone should do. I say once more that I invested equally on both PoS coins and that stands still, so I would like to see both of them thrive.

I agree with everything you have to say here.  I came in here telling everyone that we should get this security hole fixed and all I got were the 2-3 salesman, 2-3 zealots just making numerous posts just to bury what I was saying.  These 6 people should focus and try to build the community instead of just waving poms poms to hide everytime the slightest thing negative thing happens.  There's usually no activity until the something negative happens and out comes all these people.

What happens next is a mention of BC, re-hashing a bunch of positive things and your post is hopefully forgotten.  They hate people mentioning BC but either the 2-3 salesman or 2-3 zealots bring it up first.

Now the mint team keep mentioning things happening in the background... why the background? Bring it to the foreground or atleast bring something to the foreground.  

These 4-6 people just stick their head in the ground and instead of strengthening the community they weaken it.

Here are some topics that will actually help mintcoin instead of burying our posts:

1) what happened to that multipool we funded as a community?  anyone have any news on that? another scam?
2) what are some upcoming news that we can be looking forward to?
3) some wallet suggestions that help us separate from other coins.
"I came in here telling everyone that we should get this security hole fixed and all I got were the 2-3 salesman, 2-3 zealots just making numerous posts just to bury what I was saying. "

The dev team was working on the issue before anybody came in here screaming warnings. There was no need for the continued reminder of what was going on, it was already being fixed. You may have noticed there were quite a few people coming in here with their "warnings" even after the problem was already being addressed, I would guess most of these people were not interested in the problem being fixed at all but rather at the opportunity to try and use the issue to scare people. There is no point to continually "warning" people of something they are already aware of and working on (not saying everybody on the thread was completely aware or understanding of what was going on, but the dev clearly was and had it fixed within a relatively quick time). If nobody had came in here "warning" people, it would have gotten quietly fixed and it would have been as if it never happened...

"Now the mint team keep mentioning things happening in the background... why the background?"

My guess: because other coins/people steal/crush ideas.

"1) what happened to that multipool we funded as a community?  anyone have any news on that? another scam?"

This is a good question. That multipool has been due back on for a while now, not sure where the person went who was supposed to be setting it up. He did disappear somewhat mysteriously. Possibly a scam. Not sure what you mean by "another" scam, though? On the bright side, a better multipool is available that pays out in Mint: https://hashco.ws/news/

"2) what are some upcoming news that we can be looking forward to?"

You, like me, will have to wait to find this out, because as previously mentioned things are being worked on in the background. But as has been already touched on, some of the things to keep an eye out for are: New wallet capabilities/platforms, MintCoin Fund, marketing campaign, VoS exchange.

"3) some wallet suggestions that help us separate from other coins."

broken_pixel and kergekoin mention a coin control function, which would be nice and I think should be implemented if possible. Although, as beaverslayer points out it might require a hardfork and may not be worth it. I can think of some other possibilities but I don't know if they are being considered atm.
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Why would integrating a wallet feature create a hard fork? Wallet Control is not part of the algorithm of the coin. HBN was not hard forked for the wallet feature, Tranz added wallet control to newer HBN wallets. Please correct me if I am wrong.

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