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Author Topic: [ANN][MINT] Mintcoin (POS) (5%) - New Wallet v2.0.2 released 3/1/16  (Read 1242007 times)
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April 10, 2014, 08:27:55 AM
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just letting people no that i have just updated from 1.7 to 1.8 without any problems so far. 1.7 kept jumping out of sync for me, so far 1.8 has not jumped out of sync and synced up pretty fast idk y Smiley
when i installed 1.7 i done a clean install like everyone said to do. with 1.8 i only replaced the mintcoin.conf file in %appdata% and is working really well, i have not yet received pos or minted coins on 1.8 yet as ive only been getting minted coins every couple of days with other wallets so we shall wait a couple days and see how it goes
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great to see devs and the community working hard to get this coin accepted on more places keep it up guys
and remember tell every one you know bout this coin recruit as many people as you can while the price is still cheap, buy as much as you can and hold  n mint ill be buying more with my next paycheck, only problem is i have to buy bitcoins first then transfer them to mint i read somewhere that someone is working on a USD-MINT witch would be great but still im in Australia so i would love to see a AUD-MINT if anyone can confirm this it would be much appreciated thanks
                                   
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Hey! Prelude has USD and Mint in the same place: https://prelude.io/
I think Vault of Satoshi will have MINT markets soon. I don't see Australia listed as one of the countries that they don't allow verification in, so that is good news.

okay cool thanks ill check it out  Grin
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is anyone else mintcoin wallet using a lot of cpu, mine hovers around 20% on a dual core windows 8 pc and sometimes it goes as high as 40% even if its synced and up to date
is this normal??
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April 10, 2014, 08:42:00 AM
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Don't forget we have access to the MOST PROFITABLE multipool out there: https://hashco.ws/

Just sign up and change the payout to Mint! Pool is currently over 1600 MH. Sign up now and get more Mintcoin before price blows up!


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April 10, 2014, 10:00:00 AM
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Anyone noticed the biggest mint share holder sold almost 400mil mint the last 3 weeks. Seems to me this is causing the price slowly going down. Also it should be a good thing that his shares are dropping, I rather see the mints spread out more.


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April 10, 2014, 10:29:18 AM
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Anyone noticed the biggest mint share holder sold almost 400mil mint the last 3 weeks. Seems to me this is causing the price slowly going down. Also it should be a good thing that his shares are dropping, I rather see the mints spread out more.
how did you notice that? blockchain explorer?

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April 10, 2014, 10:34:59 AM
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My wallet hasn't worked since V1.7. On 1.7 I could at least open the wallet, it just wouldnt sync. Now with 1.8 it wont even open the fricken wallet, im about to loose it....

see this image for more info - http://puu.sh/82MDA.jpg
Giving syncing messages is OK and harmless, there are STILL some 1.6 clients on the network who try to follow another blockchain, and they cause confusion on 1.7+ clients. But only the estimated number of blocks is incorrect, everything works fine.

For your problem, it seems like that file got corrupt (I don't know why 1.7 accepts it and 1.8 does not). I would advise you to backup your wallet.dat (actually you can backup entire .MintCoin folder), delete the other files, and start 1.8 with only wallet.dat there.

MINT: MdPQhsGufjm5AXYkHebbnF2A155xDqVfK7
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April 10, 2014, 10:59:54 AM
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Anyone noticed the biggest mint share holder sold almost 400mil mint the last 3 weeks. Seems to me this is causing the price slowly going down. Also it should be a good thing that his shares are dropping, I rather see the mints spread out more.
how did you notice that? blockchain explorer?

Made a screenshot of the richlist 18 March and just checked the top 5 again. No 1 is selling.



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April 10, 2014, 11:06:09 AM
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Mintcoin faucet
http://mintcoin.cyanrainbow.com

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April 10, 2014, 11:32:42 AM
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Anyone noticed the biggest mint share holder sold almost 400mil mint the last 3 weeks. Seems to me this is causing the price slowly going down. Also it should be a good thing that his shares are dropping, I rather see the mints spread out more.
how did you notice that? blockchain explorer?

Made a screenshot of the richlist 18 March and just checked the top 5 again. No 1 is selling.

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It might be an exchange's cold wallet. I think people would start withdrawing their MINT from exchanges as coin control arrived. I withdraw all my mint from the exchange yesterday. They can mint on my computer, and I can choose to send back the correct ones if I need to

Or it might be the owner sending to another address / wallet for security or manual coin control

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April 10, 2014, 11:34:42 AM
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Last night, my wallet said I had a stake incoming of ~90'000. Then it disappeared and turned into a stake of 1000.
I'm on the latest wallet (1.8 ). Is this common? I've never seen it before. Will I ever get those 90'000 back ?

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April 10, 2014, 12:27:22 PM
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I just come back from the post office. The Mintcoin Bylaws are on the way to the French administration. It should have them by Mibnday. From then, it will take one month to have them accepted, registered and published.

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April 10, 2014, 01:14:36 PM
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Thank you so much repair wallet totally worked. Appreciate it.

OK, I traced all the code from creation of a PoS block to acceptance of a local/remote generated PoS block, to reorganization of the block chain on orphaned PoS blocks. Everything seems to be in order. Maybe there was a multithread locking bug somewhere and your wallet was confused as a result of it. Under normal circumstances, you shouldn't have any problems.

First, backup your wallet.dat.

Open your wallet, enter debug console, and run "checkwallet". It will check if there are any inconsistencies between known blockchain and your wallet. It may be helpful. If it finds anything, you can run "repairwallet" and it will sync them. I think it will find your 1M coins

Also redownloading blockchain may help you, but try checkwallet first and let us know what happened. It may help us understand the source of the problem.

thanks


@5flags Can you also run checkwallet and report its results ?


Ahhh, found your problem. Do you have coins in stake?

40 days ago you received 2M
20 days ago, you minted 22k coins -- it works by sending out 2M, and receiving a little more in 2 transactions; 1M + 1M
Today, as 20 days passed, one of those 1M transactions generated a PoS block, it spent the 1M and would receive 500k+500k + 11k minted coins. Confirmed says FALSE, so it means the transaction is not accepted by the blockchain yet (It won't be confirmed until 50 blocks pass, during that time, you cannot spend the original 1M as it's already spent, and you cannot spend the newly generated 500k+500k+11k as it didn't arrive yet). But you should see the missing 1M in Stake

Please check it


HELP!!! missing mint coin

I opened my wallet today and it shows half of my original amount. But there have been no transactions out.

The block explorer is showing the correct balance, but it also shows 2 tranaction that don't appear in my wallet software. Can anyone help?

This is shown in wallet

Confirmed   Date   Type   Label   Address   Amount   ID
FALSE   2014-04-09T18:20:01   Mined         11170.83726   f41bc83efcac08d87d2acbd85b1a521021d020e72c46594f00a527ab2e56549d-000
TRUE   2014-03-20T18:32:56   Mined         22164.59068   30c134f8ce7467c41bc132b7fc10bf00be286d40c4a4f465cd75d013fdda2c27-000
TRUE   2014-02-28T16:20:00   Received with      MkVZTqzDgXnukasEE9MaM2AFUyo2AqzNTC   2013185.783   03201d87bb981a3689f03b72c54c66d025423c4d4d69c2a0481efb69d4540f8d-000

This is the address link http://mint.blockx.info/get/address/MkVZTqzDgXnukasEE9MaM2AFUyo2AqzNTC

Wallet is showing a balance of 1017675.18
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April 10, 2014, 01:34:42 PM
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Just look at the last few pages to see all Mint has going for itself.
 
-All security concerns were immediately addressed.
-Coin control added
-QR support added
-Android wallet on the way
-Vault of Satoshi on the way
-Foundation started
-20% Annual gain on coins held, minted at 20 day intervals

I only wish I had more cash to invest, Mint is definitely set to EXPLODE


That's why current movements in price are just noise. This coin has a great feel about it, and a lot of good will.

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April 10, 2014, 02:09:28 PM
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Mintcoin is now part of the biggest tipbot service of the world  Grin

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April 10, 2014, 02:35:18 PM
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Don't forget we have access to the MOST PROFITABLE multipool out there: https://hashco.ws/

Just sign up and change the payout to Mint! Pool is currently over 1600 MH. Sign up now and get more Mintcoin before price blows up!



Wow, 2300 MH now!
AND now you can see Mint estimates!  Grin

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April 10, 2014, 03:50:04 PM
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I just come back from the post office. The Mintcoin Bylaws are on the way to the French administration. It should have them by Monday. From then, it will take one month to have them accepted, registered and published.

This is history.

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April 10, 2014, 04:51:52 PM
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It's official, we are on Vault of Satoshi!
https://vaultofsatoshi.com/
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April 10, 2014, 05:21:12 PM
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well, if they show up in the blockchain you have them. The problem is your local wallet.

Try going to mintcoin.cc

if you join the forum that is availble you can post in the support topic and the devs will help you.


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April 10, 2014, 05:33:07 PM
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guys i'm wondering if its possible to include some free mint with every wallet? you know like an automated faucet? that way as soon as you install your wallet and the blockchain is updated you automatically receive 10 MINT or something. I think people would like it and then they can instantly send their friends some coins or receive some. And they see that the wallet actually works. Only a few people know how to access an exchange and buy coins. That's too complicated for a beginner.

what do you think? of course there would have to be a way to protect the wallets from being scammed automatically  Tongue
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April 10, 2014, 05:33:36 PM
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VOTE FOR MINTCOIN
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April 10, 2014, 05:59:12 PM
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guys i'm wondering if its possible to include some free mint with every wallet? you know like an automated faucet? that way as soon as you install your wallet and the blockchain is updated you automatically receive 10 MINT or something. I think people would like it and then they can instantly send their friends some coins or receive some. And they see that the wallet actually works. Only a few people know how to access an exchange and buy coins. That's too complicated for a beginner.

what do you think? of course there would have to be a way to protect the wallets from being scammed automatically  Tongue

I really don't think that is possible and would just create a nightmare of people or bots downloading wallets every second just to get the free Mintcoins.

There are many ways to get new people involved and give them free coins.

Facebook tipping app...you can give and get a number of different coins  https://apps.facebook.com/wpmultitipping/

Twitter Tip Bot   https://twitter.com/MintTip


I've even shown people on their own computers how easy it is to download and instal the wallet and then use the faucet, Facebook Tipping and Twitter tipping. Now I'll be helping them get set up at Vault of Satoshi as well, this will give them another way of getting more Mint. Once they see how easy and fast things work, they really get into it, and the interest Mint pays makes them Happy Happy Happy...
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