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Author Topic: [ANN][MINT] Mintcoin (POS) (5%) - New Wallet v2.0.2 released 3/1/16  (Read 1224359 times)
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April 10, 2014, 07:53:05 PM
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depends which version did you use earlier?

I had 1.5 then jumped to 1.8. Should I update to 1.7 then back to 1.8?

Tried this didnt work. I guess I will leave things where they are. I am bummed because I missed out of some serious stakes. Maybe one day QT wallets will update automatically and traveling businessmen like me wont have these kinds of issues.

Auto update is not going to happen because it would open the door to hackers.
One thing what is possible would be automatic email notice if update is available. This should be rather easy feature for mintcoin.com homepage to add.
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April 10, 2014, 07:55:37 PM
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depends which version did you use earlier?

I had 1.5 then jumped to 1.8. Should I update to 1.7 then back to 1.8?

Since 1.5 was before hard fork. Im afraid that all coins you minted after block nr 220 000 are in wrong fork and lost forever.

What about the coinage that was used to mint coins on the wrong fork, is it lost too? Seems like maybe since the minting never happened on the correct chain, no coinage was lost on the correct chain? If that is the case, the only thing one would have missed out on by minting on the wrong chain is a little bit of compounded interest.
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April 10, 2014, 07:59:58 PM
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depends which version did you use earlier?

I had 1.5 then jumped to 1.8. Should I update to 1.7 then back to 1.8?

Since 1.5 was before hard fork. Im afraid that all coins you minted after block nr 220 000 are in wrong fork and lost forever.

What about the coinage that was used to mint coins on the wrong fork, is it lost too? Seems like maybe since the minting never happened on the correct chain, no coinage was lost on the correct chain? If that is the case, the only thing one would have missed out on by minting on the wrong chain is a little bit of compounded interest.

He could enable coin control features and see how many confirms the oldest coins have. If any decent junk of coins are close to 60 000 conformations, then he can expect minting new interest coins soon.  Cheesy
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April 10, 2014, 08:03:17 PM
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Requests for 20 free mintcoin via the @FreeMintCoin twitter account have been steadily dwindling following the success of our thunderclap.it

In an attempt to gain some additional interest in Mintcoin and to continue with the goal to giveaway a few Mintcoins to as many people as possible over an extended time frame - I've set-up a free web based proxy to help advertise Mintcoin and the @FreeMintCoin and @MintcoinTeam twitter accounts.

See: http://mintproxy.cu.cc/ - Its on a bit of a random free domain name, although the proxy hosting is quite stable and cloudflare is also enabled.

This site will draw additional interest in Mintcoin from a wide variety of PC / internet users via proxy listing websites and random hits.

A one-time on-click pop-under for the Mintcoin homepage is currently being served. I'll be adding a rotator into the proxyfied pages with text links to Mintcoin exchanges and merchants in due course.  Cool

Nice! Keep up the good work!
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April 10, 2014, 08:26:50 PM
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depends which version did you use earlier?

I had 1.5 then jumped to 1.8. Should I update to 1.7 then back to 1.8?

Since 1.5 was before hard fork. Im afraid that all coins you minted after block nr 220 000 are in wrong fork and lost forever.

What about the coinage that was used to mint coins on the wrong fork, is it lost too? Seems like maybe since the minting never happened on the correct chain, no coinage was lost on the correct chain? If that is the case, the only thing one would have missed out on by minting on the wrong chain is a little bit of compounded interest.
No, the coinage is not lost

From the correct chain's perspective, the transactions you used to mint those blocks were never spent to mint anything. So, you lost nothing, only some CPU time. You will mint again on the same coins, and get a few days more worth of interest on them this time.

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April 10, 2014, 08:30:02 PM
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The low volume is encouraging, panic should have arrived by now. Maybe there are no more nuts to be shaken off the tree?

What's clear is that any whale has already had several opportunities over several weeks to sell at minimum slippage but hasn't.

I remember a few weeks back there were two 40+ BTC buy orders in at 16 & 17 Sats each, but nobody sold into them, and the price pumped over 20 Sats because of it too.

40 BTC is only $16,000 right now, which is really not much, and all it would take to make the price go up 50%.



It makes a lot of sense to me. Big investers are waiting for things to stabilize.
Mintcoin went through a lot of events the past two weeks, causing a lot of investers to withdrawal their money.

Now Mintcoin will enter calmer waters announcing more new features, exchanges and merchants every week. This WILL attract more big investers. Once the price starts to get up, this will attract new investers and so on ...

This situation reminds me at the start of LTC. The price was hovering at the same level, and then ...  
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April 10, 2014, 08:40:17 PM
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I moved my wallet today because it was on win xp.  It started minting like crazy but one mined transaction still has zero confirms after over 6 hours and it says the net amount is a negative number.  any ideas?  also there are confirmed mints before and after this one
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April 10, 2014, 08:45:30 PM
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I moved my wallet today because it was on win xp.  It started minting like crazy but one mined transaction still has zero confirms after over 6 hours and it says the net amount is a negative number.  any ideas?  also there are confirmed mints before and after this one


Prob just an orphaned block.  Did one verify after that was roughly the same amount?
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April 10, 2014, 08:46:52 PM
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I moved my wallet today because it was on win xp.  It started minting like crazy but one mined transaction still has zero confirms after over 6 hours and it says the net amount is a negative number.  any ideas?  also there are confirmed mints before and after this one


Prob just an orphaned block.  Did one verify after that was roughly the same amount?

The second and third mints after that were about the same amount.  How long til it shows as orphaned?
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April 10, 2014, 08:48:40 PM
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I moved my wallet today because it was on win xp.  It started minting like crazy but one mined transaction still has zero confirms after over 6 hours and it says the net amount is a negative number.  any ideas?  also there are confirmed mints before and after this one


Prob just an orphaned block.  Did one verify after that was roughly the same amount?

The second and third mints after that were about the same amount.  How long til it shows as orphaned?


I think it will just stay the way it is, but never confirm.
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April 10, 2014, 08:48:48 PM
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Mintcoin at top of Lovecrypto after Blackcoin got booted ... oops

http://www.lovecrypto.com/vote

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April 10, 2014, 08:49:50 PM
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I moved my wallet today because it was on win xp.  It started minting like crazy but one mined transaction still has zero confirms after over 6 hours and it says the net amount is a negative number.  any ideas?  also there are confirmed mints before and after this one


Prob just an orphaned block.  Did one verify after that was roughly the same amount?

The second and third mints after that were about the same amount.  How long til it shows as orphaned?


I think it will just stay the way it is, but never confirm.

cool, my first orphan mint
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April 10, 2014, 08:50:32 PM
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is mintcoinrichlist.com dead?
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April 10, 2014, 08:53:16 PM
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The one on the block explorer is up and running: http://mint.blockx.info/richlist/
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April 10, 2014, 08:56:09 PM
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depends which version did you use earlier?

I had 1.5 then jumped to 1.8. Should I update to 1.7 then back to 1.8?

Since 1.5 was before hard fork. Im afraid that all coins you minted after block nr 220 000 are in wrong fork and lost forever.


*drops to knees and screa,s* "Wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwhhhhhhhhhyyyyyyyyyyyyy god?"

Makes since I am bummed but such is life. After all, its magic money anyway.

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April 10, 2014, 09:10:24 PM
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depends which version did you use earlier?

I had 1.5 then jumped to 1.8. Should I update to 1.7 then back to 1.8?

Since 1.5 was before hard fork. Im afraid that all coins you minted after block nr 220 000 are in wrong fork and lost forever.


*drops to knees and screa,s* "Wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwhhhhhhhhhyyyyyyyyyyyyy god?"

Makes since I am bummed but such is life. After all, its magic money anyway.

As Papsi said you didnt loose more than a bit of cpu time
Your coinage is ok in the right fork, dont worry, get up and dry those tears!!! jejejejeje
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April 10, 2014, 09:40:05 PM
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Mintcoin at top of Lovecrypto after Blackcoin got booted ... oops

http://www.lovecrypto.com/vote

Are you sure the voting didnt just end and they were accepted?
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April 10, 2014, 09:47:57 PM
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Mintcoin at top of Lovecrypto after Blackcoin got booted ... oops

http://www.lovecrypto.com/vote

Are you sure the voting didnt just end and they were accepted?

Does that mean Mintcoin is next?

Mintcoin is on Vault of Soshi now as well.  That is a USD exchange for non-Americans. 

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April 10, 2014, 09:55:37 PM
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Waiting for the first MINT/USD to occur.

Somebody bid and i just ask with the same price his order on https://www.vaultofsatoshi.com/
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April 10, 2014, 11:14:51 PM
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Mintcoin at top of Lovecrypto after Blackcoin got booted ... oops

http://www.lovecrypto.com/vote

Are you sure the voting didnt just end and they were accepted?

There was some drama in an IRC between the guys behind lovecrypto and some BC people. lovecrypto person said they were removing BC voting. The pastepin is posted somewhere on the BC thread. Sounded like the lovecrypto people were mad that BC was not buying votes to get ahead, since they didn't need to because of their vote bot scam. Lovecrypto wanting BTC + BC wanting free fake votes = clash.
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