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Author Topic: [ANN][MINT] Mintcoin (POS) (5%) - New Wallet v2.0.2 released 3/1/16  (Read 1204027 times)
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April 09, 2014, 12:23:50 AM
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MINT die ?

MINT is very alive and well. While BTC is done most other altcoins have crashed to low levels. MINT still holds at 13-15 satoshis which says a lot. I was actually surprised it is till holding at this level. I was expecting it to bottom at 9-10 satoshis. MINT surprises me everyday which is why I see that it will rise to really high levels. Cryptocurrencies are very important for society. They will therefore rise again and when they do, BTC prices will go up and so will MINT and by a lot too.

Yup! A gap has opened up at 14 again and it looks like it is being filled with buy orders this time, I wouldn't be surprised if we pushed up to 15+ again especially since things appear to have settled down with Faircoin and BC for the time being. Either way, the stability is impressive considering the strain the market has been feeling due to the state of BTC and the current craze over other coins.

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April 09, 2014, 12:27:18 AM
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I've supported Mintcoin from the start, well from around the 2nd week in anyway.  Smiley

Thanks for the heads up. I'm aware of your support, thank you.

Indeed. I've placed the Mintcoin logo on the home pages of my web based proxy sites:

www.xeronet-proxy.org
www.xeronet-proxy.biz
www.xeronet-proxy.info
www.xeronet-proxy.net
www.xeronet-proxy.com

So, some free advertising! Could use a quality 468x60 banner as I'll be adding a bunch into rotation soon for a few alt. coins.  Grin

This is great, thank you! Somebody get you a banner!

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April 09, 2014, 12:27:29 AM
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I need help.  I just opened my wallet today for minting and noticed that it's not syncing anymore.  Then I saw the mandatory update to 1.7 wallet (i'm on 1.5 now) in OP and need your help.  I'm a tech newb and I'd appreciate if anyone can take me step by step process on how to update wallet.  Safest method will be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!
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April 09, 2014, 12:30:16 AM
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If you want to use it before officially confirmed:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ibwj1p88q340tg9/Mintcoin%20with%20CC.zip
Uploaded on http://mintcoin-central.com/downloads/ (with AV link) Thanks Kergekoin!

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April 09, 2014, 12:38:11 AM
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I need help.  I just opened my wallet today for minting and noticed that it's not syncing anymore.  Then I saw the mandatory update to 1.7 wallet (i'm on 1.5 now) in OP and need your help.  I'm a tech newb and I'd appreciate if anyone can take me step by step process on how to update wallet.  Safest method will be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!

You need to make sure you can see hidden files and folders on your operating system. then go to your users/appdata/mintcoin folder and backup your wallet.dat somewhere. Then delete all the other files leaving behind only your super important wallet.dat file. Then run the updated mintcoin client.
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April 09, 2014, 12:40:05 AM
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Due to the relative stability, I am beginning to see it as a high-interest savings account!

"I'd Rather Make Mine MINTCOIN!"

There's another slogan. =P
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April 09, 2014, 12:45:35 AM
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I need help.  I just opened my wallet today for minting and noticed that it's not syncing anymore.  Then I saw the mandatory update to 1.7 wallet (i'm on 1.5 now) in OP and need your help.  I'm a tech newb and I'd appreciate if anyone can take me step by step process on how to update wallet.  Safest method will be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!

You need to make sure you can see hidden files and folders on your operating system. then go to your users/appdata/mintcoin folder and backup your wallet.dat somewhere. Then delete all the other files leaving behind only your super important wallet.dat file. Then run the updated mintcoin client.

"Then delete all other files.."  Do you mean all the files in users/appdata/mintcoin folder (except wallet.dat) and then download/run the 1.7 wallet?
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April 09, 2014, 12:47:17 AM
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I need help.  I just opened my wallet today for minting and noticed that it's not syncing anymore.  Then I saw the mandatory update to 1.7 wallet (i'm on 1.5 now) in OP and need your help.  I'm a tech newb and I'd appreciate if anyone can take me step by step process on how to update wallet.  Safest method will be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!

You need to make sure you can see hidden files and folders on your operating system. then go to your users/appdata/mintcoin folder and backup your wallet.dat somewhere. Then delete all the other files leaving behind only your super important wallet.dat file. Then run the updated mintcoin client.

"Then delete all other files.."  Do you mean all the files in users/appdata/mintcoin folder (except wallet.dat) and then download/run the 1.7 wallet?

Yup you should have a mintcoin folder with just your wallet.dat and then run version 1.7
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April 09, 2014, 12:47:42 AM
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I need help.  I just opened my wallet today for minting and noticed that it's not syncing anymore.  Then I saw the mandatory update to 1.7 wallet (i'm on 1.5 now) in OP and need your help.  I'm a tech newb and I'd appreciate if anyone can take me step by step process on how to update wallet.  Safest method will be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!

Hey vtbean, I'll do the best I can!

First thing you will want to do is backup your wallet.dat file. Back it up in multiple locations (you should keep it backed up at multiple locations all the time- you only need to reback it up whenever you add a new address to the wallet). You can back it up from within your wallet using file => backup wallet.

Now you will want to  find your "roaming" folder. First, make sure you can see hidden files and folders. Then, to find the "roaming" folder, if you are using windows, search for %appdata% in the search bar on the start tab (I'm not sure how to find it on a mac/linux, but I imagine it is an analogous process). Once you have located your "roaming" folder, locate the "MintCoin" folder within it. Delete everything from this folder except for your wallet.dat file (it would be fine if you did delete it since you backed up the wallet.dat file elsewhere, but there is no need to delete it so don't take the risk).

Now that everything is deleted, except for your wallet.dat file, download and run the new v1.7 wallet. You will need to download the entire blockchain again.

Edit: well that took too long for me to type, looks like others already covered it  Grin

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April 09, 2014, 01:12:24 AM
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I need help.  I just opened my wallet today for minting and noticed that it's not syncing anymore.  Then I saw the mandatory update to 1.7 wallet (i'm on 1.5 now) in OP and need your help.  I'm a tech newb and I'd appreciate if anyone can take me step by step process on how to update wallet.  Safest method will be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!

Hey vtbean, I'll do the best I can!

First thing you will want to do is backup your wallet.dat file. Back it up in multiple locations (you should keep it backed up at multiple locations all the time- you only need to reback it up whenever you add a new address to the wallet). You can back it up from within your wallet using file => backup wallet.

Now you will want to  find your "roaming" folder. First, make sure you can see hidden files and folders. Then, to find the "roaming" folder, if you are using windows, search for %appdata% in the search bar on the start tab (I'm not sure how to find it on a mac/linux, but I imagine it is an analogous process). Once you have located your "roaming" folder, locate the "MintCoin" folder within it. Delete everything from this folder except for your wallet.dat file (it would be fine if you did delete it since you backed up the wallet.dat file elsewhere, but there is no need to delete it so don't take the risk).

Now that everything is deleted, except for your wallet.dat file, download and run the new v1.7 wallet. You will need to download the entire blockchain again.

Edit: well that took too long for me to type, looks like others already covered it  Grin

Haha.  Yeah but thanks anyways.  Mintcoin has good community!  =)
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April 09, 2014, 01:13:25 AM
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I need help.  I just opened my wallet today for minting and noticed that it's not syncing anymore.  Then I saw the mandatory update to 1.7 wallet (i'm on 1.5 now) in OP and need your help.  I'm a tech newb and I'd appreciate if anyone can take me step by step process on how to update wallet.  Safest method will be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!

You need to make sure you can see hidden files and folders on your operating system. then go to your users/appdata/mintcoin folder and backup your wallet.dat somewhere. Then delete all the other files leaving behind only your super important wallet.dat file. Then run the updated mintcoin client.

"Then delete all other files.."  Do you mean all the files in users/appdata/mintcoin folder (except wallet.dat) and then download/run the 1.7 wallet?

Yup you should have a mintcoin folder with just your wallet.dat and then run version 1.7

Thanks!  Looks like it worked!  =)
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April 09, 2014, 01:29:38 AM
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I've supported Mintcoin from the start, well from around the 2nd week in anyway.  Smiley

Thanks for the heads up. I'm aware of your support, thank you.

Indeed. I've placed the Mintcoin logo on the home pages of my web based proxy sites:

www.xeronet-proxy.org
www.xeronet-proxy.biz
www.xeronet-proxy.info
www.xeronet-proxy.net
www.xeronet-proxy.com

So, some free advertising! Could use a quality 468x60 banner as I'll be adding a bunch into rotation soon for a few alt. coins.  Grin

This is great, thank you! Somebody get you a banner!

Yes if someone can help create a professional Mintcoin banner for BitcoinFX that would be great!  Thanks for all your support BitcoinFX
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April 09, 2014, 01:31:04 AM
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I need help.  I just opened my wallet today for minting and noticed that it's not syncing anymore.  Then I saw the mandatory update to 1.7 wallet (i'm on 1.5 now) in OP and need your help.  I'm a tech newb and I'd appreciate if anyone can take me step by step process on how to update wallet.  Safest method will be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!

You need to make sure you can see hidden files and folders on your operating system. then go to your users/appdata/mintcoin folder and backup your wallet.dat somewhere. Then delete all the other files leaving behind only your super important wallet.dat file. Then run the updated mintcoin client.

"Then delete all other files.."  Do you mean all the files in users/appdata/mintcoin folder (except wallet.dat) and then download/run the 1.7 wallet?


yes, but pleas backup your wallet.bat, and then delete alll other files(all the files in users/appdata/mintcoin folder (except wallet.dat) ), otherwise your mintcoin will disappear.

at last, download/run the 1.7 version wallet.

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April 09, 2014, 01:57:00 AM
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Due to the relative stability, I am beginning to see it as a high-interest savings account!
Yep. I am planning and hoping the prices stay at these levels long enough for me to buy ~30,000,000 coins in a few weeks which will generate ~$30 a month at current prices of 15 sats. If more people do the same thing, the price will start really going up and keep rising, and if the coin goes from 15 satoshis to 30 satoshis that is $60 per month, which I think could easily happen. It could even go a lot higher! Mintcoin could make mining obsolete.

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April 09, 2014, 02:15:19 AM
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Due to the relative stability, I am beginning to see it as a high-interest savings account!
Yep. I am planning and hoping the prices stay at these levels long enough for me to buy ~30,000,000 coins in a few weeks which will generate ~$30 a month at current prices of 15 sats. If more people do the same thing, the price will start really going up and keep rising, and if the coin goes from 15 satoshis to 30 satoshis that is $60 per month, which I think could easily happen. It could even go a lot higher! Mintcoin could make mining obsolete.

I agree completely, I don't think the majority of people have realized the potential of Mint in this sense. Because of the interest you gain, you do not need constant pumping of prices to make a ROI. Which means, you can have a stable price and still make profits. Stability is great for merchants, profits are great for investors. It is a win-win in this sense. I don't see many other coins which offer this scenario (aside from the straight copys of Mint).

Of course once more people catch on to this and the other great features of this coin/community, then like you said the price will increase and the ROI will be even greater Smiley

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April 09, 2014, 02:28:24 AM
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Due to the relative stability, I am beginning to see it as a high-interest savings account!
Yep. I am planning and hoping the prices stay at these levels long enough for me to buy ~30,000,000 coins in a few weeks which will generate ~$30 a month at current prices of 15 sats. If more people do the same thing, the price will start really going up and keep rising, and if the coin goes from 15 satoshis to 30 satoshis that is $60 per month, which I think could easily happen. It could even go a lot higher! Mintcoin could make mining obsolete.

nice way to look at it ... this concept needs to get out more, maybe a chart with different coin amounts with price at different levels saying how much you make in passive income Smiley

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April 09, 2014, 02:49:12 AM
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Due to the relative stability, I am beginning to see it as a high-interest savings account!
Yep. I am planning and hoping the prices stay at these levels long enough for me to buy ~30,000,000 coins in a few weeks which will generate ~$30 a month at current prices of 15 sats. If more people do the same thing, the price will start really going up and keep rising, and if the coin goes from 15 satoshis to 30 satoshis that is $60 per month, which I think could easily happen. It could even go a lot higher! Mintcoin could make mining obsolete.

nice way to look at it ... this concept needs to get out more, maybe a chart with different coin amounts with price at different levels saying how much you make in passive income Smiley

Yes that is a good idea. That's how I always envisioned my investment as well as passive income. A chart would be good to help people visualize and get an idea how great Mintcoin really is
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April 09, 2014, 02:56:00 AM
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Yep. I am planning and hoping the prices stay at these levels long enough for me to buy ~30,000,000 coins in a few weeks which will generate ~$30 a month at current prices of 15 sats. If more people do the same thing, the price will start really going up and keep rising, and if the coin goes from 15 satoshis to 30 satoshis that is $60 per month, which I think could easily happen. It could even go a lot higher! Mintcoin could make mining obsolete.

Man I hope it goes higher than 15 sat lol 30 million coins just to make $30 a month is a little ridiculous
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April 09, 2014, 02:57:07 AM
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You guys should not talk about the price. Talk about the merchant and technique development!

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April 09, 2014, 03:03:17 AM
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MINT has been added to CoinAccel exchange:
https://coinaccel.com/#market/12


Check out METH/BTC market to see how graphs look like.

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