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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1324035 times)
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April 11, 2014, 05:15:19 PM
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Hey guys at what date will the pos be reduced to 15%

Late Feb 2015.
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April 11, 2014, 05:16:54 PM
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I also switched to Hashcows and getting paid out with MINT. Looks like a very good pool for a multipool.
Soon i´ll be buying 0.15btc worth of MINT per day.  Cheesy

Hashcows is the most rentable multipool right now, good choice!

Actually i strongly disagree. Think you could much better mine your own coins everyday and trade that daily 0.15 for MInt yourself.
I do love the idea of a multipool with autotrade and i tried it today But today's estimate is 0.0021btc p/mh by the looks of it. Even looking at coinwarz should be able to get least 0.005p/mh Sad

But do like the autotrade option for mint and wanna support [Suspicious link removed] so will keep an eye open for changes but for now im better off mining and trading myself.....

Hashcow is the more rentable http://poolpicker.eu/
But as you says a preffer doing my diligence alone, i preffer receiving my BTC first and then rebuy at a price i want.
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April 11, 2014, 05:23:24 PM
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I'm number 45, but my Wallet should be at about 35. Don't know why the blockchain is still recording me with less coins??

Because you have several addresses. Most of us do. Open your Coin control window and in tree mode you see all your addresses together with amounts.
If you want to put yourself higher in list, you can simply send all your coins to one address.

Ay yes Thank you. So I can create a new address and send from my wallet all the balance to that. Is that right?

Yes, but keep in mind that if you send all of your coins to a new address all of their coinage will be reset!
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April 11, 2014, 05:32:37 PM
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Hashcow is the more rentable http://poolpicker.eu/
But as you says a preffer doing my diligence alone, i preffer receiving my BTC first and then rebuy at a price i want.

Yeah i was couting on 0.005 actually. Or aiming for it/woulda been happy with it.




(so... 0.0013 in 14 hours give about :



So yeah.. will definately keep looking for it. But like i said.. I can get more just mining doge and trading that for mint myself atm.. Sad

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April 11, 2014, 06:33:26 PM
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First USD/MINT Transaction



This is great! People should use the MINT/USD exchange and give VoS some volume!
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April 11, 2014, 07:03:01 PM
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Looks like it could rebound to the 400s

it will go even higher! Just cryptomarket is quite affected atm.

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April 11, 2014, 07:05:40 PM
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First USD/MINT Transaction



This is great! People should use the MINT/USD exchange and give VoS some volume!

Yes this looks very promising. Indeed! I hope MINT will grab some value cause of progress done

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April 11, 2014, 09:41:47 PM
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someone knows the Mh/s  / mintcoin payout ratio on hascows?

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April 11, 2014, 10:08:37 PM
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Nice to see, im still safely in top 100.  Cheesy
Top5 is insane lol.

Still safe on top 100 too XD but roll down 8 rows
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April 11, 2014, 10:39:45 PM
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Ok so, I am having nothing but issues with this new wallet. Every time I turn around it stops syncing, I have to close and reopen. Then the coins I have minted will be lost. Is there a node I need or something I am doing wrong? I am really getting tired of loosing coins.

Her is my .conf

testnet=0
listen=1
addnode=82.73.249.168
addnode=173.69.49.106
addnode=82.131.33.87
addnode=96.244.241.62
addnode=79.103.60.211
addnode=115.187.228.119
addnode=93.103.143.167
addnode=71.204.235.217
addnode=50.171.251.116
addnode=65.25.244.83
addnode=76.91.118.4
addnode=91.61.40.108
addnode=98.177.158.203
addnode=98.207.109.245
addnode=75.174.4.1
addnode=99.245.184.159
addnode=78.83.27.181
addnode=96.18.173.160
addnode=118.123.116.219
addnode=173.26.106.194
addnode=82.233.163.250
addnode=177.140.202.7
addnode=97.81.64.44
addnode=79.166.77.203
addnode=68.145.81.59
addnode=181.165.200.142
addnode=144.76.220.169
maxconnections=100
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=yourser
rpcpassword=yourpw
rpcport=12789
rpcconnect=127.0.0.1
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April 11, 2014, 11:09:42 PM
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First let me say i am not a tech person at all. However the steps below worked for me.

I checked the .conf file in the new wallet and it contains different nodes from those listed elsewhere on the thread.


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

Notes- You will find Mintcoin files in your download folder and your appdata folder. If you delete everything EXCEPT wallet.dat you will be able to do a clean install.

-Future versions shouldn't require these extra steps. This is a result of going from hybrid PoW\PoS to pure PoS

NEW WALLET HAS COIN CONTROL!

In wallet choose settings-->options-->display-->mark "display coin control features"

Click OK. You will see CCF on Send tab now.

If you want to send only the newest coins do the following:

1. Open "inputs"
2. Choose list mode
3. Click on conformations twice to sort by lowest amount of conformations first.
4. Select enough adresses to fulfill your required amount.
5. Click OK
6. Use sending tab as usual.


Ill give it a go and make short video about this feature soon.


Thanks Kergecoin!

If you would like, thank Kergecoin with Mint-  MrXW1RKLDe8VMNwTwLwSiKuATN5M74EL85


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April 11, 2014, 11:30:13 PM
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Ok so, I am having nothing but issues with this new wallet. Every time I turn around it stops syncing, I have to close and reopen. Then the coins I have minted will be lost. Is there a node I need or something I am doing wrong? I am really getting tired of loosing coins.
Hello,
If you're using 1.8 wallet, you can safely ignore sync problems. Just hover your mouse on the "syncing" text, if it says last generated block is generated just a few seconds/minutes ago, then you're fine.


There are some rogue clients on the network that announce wrong block heights (they are people who did not upgrade to 1.7 or upgraded late, and still haven't noticed), when such a client connects to you, it confuses your client. Your client disconnects them, but the estimate on UI stays there. So it's really a display issue.

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April 12, 2014, 12:22:07 AM
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Error: blkindex.dat appears when I try to open new download wallet. I also downloaded 1.7 to try that wallet, but it won't sync- any help would be appreciate as I am new to all this forum stuff.
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April 12, 2014, 12:31:01 AM
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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

Are you still talking about coins that you got on the other old fork version (pre block 220,000)?

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April 12, 2014, 12:32:28 AM
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Error: blkindex.dat appears when I try to open new download wallet. I also downloaded 1.7 to try that wallet, but it won't sync- any help would be appreciate as I am new to all this forum stuff.


Which client type are you trying to run?  Mac, Windows, Linux?

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April 12, 2014, 12:35:44 AM
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Error: blkindex.dat appears when I try to open new download wallet. I also downloaded 1.7 to try that wallet, but it won't sync- any help would be appreciate as I am new to all this forum stuff.


Your blkindex.dat is probably from 1.6 or earlier. Since 1.7 is a hardfork, you need to delete all in config dir EXCEPT your wallet.dat and .conf file if you have one. Then start 1.7 or 1.8 client, it will sync from the beginning and you should be fine.

You must have used the old (1.6 or less) client to sync and passed the switch point (220000), otherwise 1.7/1.8 client will sync directly without any problem.

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April 12, 2014, 12:37:33 AM
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Ok so, I am having nothing but issues with this new wallet. Every time I turn around it stops syncing, I have to close and reopen. Then the coins I have minted will be lost. Is there a node I need or something I am doing wrong? I am really getting tired of loosing coins.

Her is my .conf

testnet=0
listen=1
addnode=82.73.249.168
addnode=173.69.49.106
addnode=82.131.33.87
addnode=96.244.241.62
addnode=79.103.60.211
addnode=115.187.228.119
addnode=93.103.143.167
addnode=71.204.235.217
addnode=50.171.251.116
addnode=65.25.244.83
addnode=76.91.118.4
addnode=91.61.40.108
addnode=98.177.158.203
addnode=98.207.109.245
addnode=75.174.4.1
addnode=99.245.184.159
addnode=78.83.27.181
addnode=96.18.173.160
addnode=118.123.116.219
addnode=173.26.106.194
addnode=82.233.163.250
addnode=177.140.202.7
addnode=97.81.64.44
addnode=79.166.77.203
addnode=68.145.81.59
addnode=181.165.200.142
addnode=144.76.220.169
maxconnections=100
server=1
daemon=1
rpcuser=yourser
rpcpassword=yourpw
rpcport=12789
rpcconnect=127.0.0.1

Have you tried to repair the wallet yet?

Type in the debug console repairwallet if that does not work use salvagewallet

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April 12, 2014, 01:02:48 AM
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My posts must be invisible...

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April 12, 2014, 02:35:56 AM
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My posts must be invisible...

you are a dead man walking.. jejejejeje
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April 12, 2014, 02:45:48 AM
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Android wallet update:

Hello everybody; I'm working on a Java MintCoin library and an Android wallet.

For best security and long term development, I forked from latest bitcoinj last week. Converted it to Scrypt. Made it able to communicate with my local Mintcoin wallet over network. I just updated it to understand and accept PoS/PoW hybrid blocks, and I can announce you that it can sync with the blockchain from genesis block up to #239870, which is generated just minutes ago Smiley

There are some missing features yet:

- It can validate PoW block difficulties (calculation is a little different in PoW/PoS hybrids than pure PoW coins, PoS blocks affect calculations, and modifying bitcoinj library for this task really had some challenges) ; but it doesn't try to validate PoS block difficulties yet (this is a security issue and will be fixed before releasing)

- It doesn't verify POW block rewards (due to the fact that I couldn't find a specific pseudorandom generator implementation that decides on randomized POW block rewards). I don't think this would be an issue as the main use case would be a Simple Payment Verification wallet, checkpoints will cover our security up to removal of PoW from MintCoin (though it will be nice to have the checks in place)

- Minting: It's now almost clear that minting would be possible even in SPV wallet mode. I will annonuce details later. I have to figure out validating PoS blocks first.

- UI: I'm just trying to get the pure library working properly now. Once the library is working, it'll be very easy to fork/make an Android App that uses it

- Bloom filters: Here is a request for the community: Current Mintcoin wallet doesn't support Bloom filters. Bloom filters allow SPV clients download only the transactions they're interested in (instead of all transactions in blocks), reducing mobile users' data usage dramatically. Please put a bounty on it so that someone can merge it from bitcoin client. Android wallet will work without Bloom Filter support in the main client, but its data usage would be much more.


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