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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1312288 times)
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May 13, 2014, 08:43:55 PM
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Its not that im too concerned about how much of premine goes where. Im interested about how much premine is already been sold off and how much is left?
Since i am rather big investor in this coin and i have dedicated a lot of hours for compiling wallets for mintcoin, i think i deserve to know more than i know now.
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May 13, 2014, 08:45:58 PM
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Is there a reason why my wallet wont mint? Since I upgraded to 1.9 I have not seen 1 mint. It is unlocked and I am using the windows wallet. 4/28 was the last time I saw a new stake.
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May 13, 2014, 08:58:03 PM
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simple reason .. it needs 20 days to mint again. If you download 1.9.1 you will see information next to your connection bar if you have mature coins,
can come really in handy. Also try to use the coincontrol features to bundle your transactions together by sending it to your own address .. this will make it
one large transaction that will get easier to mint (just remember it will reset coinage of all coins you selected in your bundling)


Is there a reason why my wallet wont mint? Since I upgraded to 1.9 I have not seen 1 mint. It is unlocked and I am using the windows wallet. 4/28 was the last time I saw a new stake.

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May 13, 2014, 10:10:37 PM
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simple reason .. it needs 20 days to mint again. If you download 1.9.1 you will see information next to your connection bar if you have mature coins,
can come really in handy. Also try to use the coincontrol features to bundle your transactions together by sending it to your own address .. this will make it
one large transaction that will get easier to mint (just remember it will reset coinage of all coins you selected in your bundling)


Is there a reason why my wallet wont mint? Since I upgraded to 1.9 I have not seen 1 mint. It is unlocked and I am using the windows wallet. 4/28 was the last time I saw a new stake.

I have mature coins. It even says I should see a reward in 9 mins. But its been like that for about a week.
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May 13, 2014, 10:22:14 PM
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simple reason .. it needs 20 days to mint again. If you download 1.9.1 you will see information next to your connection bar if you have mature coins,
can come really in handy. Also try to use the coincontrol features to bundle your transactions together by sending it to your own address .. this will make it
one large transaction that will get easier to mint (just remember it will reset coinage of all coins you selected in your bundling)


Is there a reason why my wallet wont mint? Since I upgraded to 1.9 I have not seen 1 mint. It is unlocked and I am using the windows wallet. 4/28 was the last time I saw a new stake.

I have mature coins. It even says I should see a reward in 9 mins. But its been like that for about a week.


Just give it another night and if nothing is still minted the next day give us a pic of yr transactions to look at (also a pic of yr transactions through coincontrol) 

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May 13, 2014, 10:29:09 PM
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I upgraded to 1.9.1 yesterday and my wallet has been Minting again like a wild banshee today.

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May 13, 2014, 10:57:52 PM
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I've got some coins in a wallet and its all working fine, minting etc. But I was wondering 2 things.
1) when minting does it have the ability to combine multiple inputs for one stake? (don't think I've seen this happen so far) and
2) when the stake is returned its halved and becomes 2 inputs, is there a minimum level that this will happen down to? Because I obviously don't want to end up with billions of inputs at 0.00000001 mint and yes I know I can recombine inputs manually by sending them to myself, just wondering if there's a limit in place.
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May 14, 2014, 12:31:54 AM
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I've got some coins in a wallet and its all working fine, minting etc. But I was wondering 2 things.
1) when minting does it have the ability to combine multiple inputs for one stake? (don't think I've seen this happen so far) and
2) when the stake is returned its halved and becomes 2 inputs, is there a minimum level that this will happen down to? Because I obviously don't want to end up with billions of inputs at 0.00000001 mint and yes I know I can recombine inputs manually by sending them to myself, just wondering if there's a limit in place.

What I did to make it so much easier to keep track of, and to stop worrying about small transactions, was right after my wallet minted the largest amount of coins that were aged, I transferred the whole wallet back to myself. Sure I'll lose a small amount that would have minted over the next few days, but now the whole wallet will be minting all at once every 20 or so days.

Much better way I think.
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May 14, 2014, 02:13:21 AM
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May 14, 2014, 03:44:20 AM
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MINT is currently second place, just a few hundred votes behind BlackCoin. You can vote once every 12 hours or get 5 votes if you have a free account.


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May 14, 2014, 04:50:48 AM
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voted for mintcoin and will do again tomorrow

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May 14, 2014, 05:09:00 AM
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Maybe this will help get us some votes  Cheesy

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May 14, 2014, 06:00:18 AM
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simple reason .. it needs 20 days to mint again. If you download 1.9.1 you will see information next to your connection bar if you have mature coins,
can come really in handy. Also try to use the coincontrol features to bundle your transactions together by sending it to your own address .. this will make it
one large transaction that will get easier to mint (just remember it will reset coinage of all coins you selected in your bundling)


Is there a reason why my wallet wont mint? Since I upgraded to 1.9 I have not seen 1 mint. It is unlocked and I am using the windows wallet. 4/28 was the last time I saw a new stake.

I have mature coins. It even says I should see a reward in 9 mins. But its been like that for about a week.
I guess you have the bad version that will never mint.
I had the same problem from 4/28.
Download the latest wallet that you find in the op or on the homepage, it will solve the problem.

Mintcoin: MsFGc9atNN6DddEsQHiq7MgDieoSLwtmg5
InformationCoin: Je4ZhmQBSd68oZ7CeXWMrWEsyprTXAVFuX
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May 14, 2014, 06:52:50 AM
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Just voted Smiley

Don't forget to support MINT in voting for a secure, anonymous online wallet!

MINT is currently second place, just a few hundred votes behind BlackCoin. You can vote once every 12 hours or get 5 votes if you have a free account.


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May 14, 2014, 07:27:44 AM
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One easy way to increase the buy pressure is to use the multipool @ hashco.ws
All miners who want to support mint should use it! it is very profitable at this low price and at the same time you help push the price up

I think the problem is the reward there isn't too high. I tried it for a few days and I was not getting a hell of a lot of mint for my efforts.
Well, the profitability varies from day to day but very often it is the most profitable on avarage in this list:
http://poolpicker.eu/

In fact, I don't want to mine any PoW coin. Open the mintcoin wallet and then do nothing.
I'd like to get to that point someday as well. I'm sure I'll always have a miner around though, I enjoy the "hunt" of it all. Smiley
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May 14, 2014, 10:05:05 AM
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OK I realise I've asked this before but I'm still surprised that i'm not getting anywhere.

I have 101288 mint, 97k were deposited in this wallet on 10/3/14. I then got a minting on 7/4/14, a donation by some kind fellow here on 27/4/14 and minting on 28/4/14, but nothing else.  Shouldn't I get some more minting transactions?  Or does it really mean I have to wait 20 days between each possibly minting.  I realise I don't have much of the coin in the first place.  But surely a few mintings should take place shouldn't they?

All my coins is the in the balance section of the wallet. There is nothing in the stake line.  Is that right?  I have the v1.9.1 wallet.

the little green icon in the lower right corner of the wallet says my weighting is 293 vs network 80212182 and estimated time to receive reward is 95 days

Is it right that I only get a minting every 20 days.. am I just unlucky because I have a low balance and so won't get hardly any minting?

If its going to be so long inbetween mintings I'm not going to get anywhere and may as well give up and sell... or is something wrong?


Im sure that every time your 97k transaction is aged, you will get your MINT interest payment within 20-40 days. For all small amounts in your input adresses it will likely take much longer, since their priority is very low and there is not much interest for them to generate.
You can review your inputs by opening coin control window and sort by list mode. If you want, you can combine all your amounts in to one single big input. For this you will have to send all your coins to your own recieving address. Be aware that by sending your coins out (even to yourself) will reset selected inputs age to 0.

Hopefully that answers your question.

So basically I have such a low amount of the coin its rarely going to generate anything?!?

What is the [Stake:            ] part of the wallet supposed to show?  All my coins are in the [Balance: 118....] line.  If I have no stake is that why I'm not generating coins?

I found the display coin control tick box in the options but I can't see it does anything even after clicking apply and ok... am I missing something?  I can see transaction history of course so when coins have come in but I assume this is different
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May 14, 2014, 10:18:19 AM
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OP says that you will get +20% in first year. Thats what you get for your unmoved coins.
It cant be any more clearer than this.

Pretty much all coins have yearly interest periods. Only percentages varies.
The only coin which i know to have different interest period is Digit. Digit interest period is 30 days instead of being 1 year.

Edit: I think there also was one sha256 coin which had period shorter than 1 year. I dont remember its name tho.
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May 14, 2014, 10:56:56 AM
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What is the [Stake:            ] part of the wallet supposed to show?  All my coins are in the [Balance: 118....] line.  If I have no stake is that why I'm not generating coins?
If you generate a POS block (for gaining interest), the funds that generated the interest are locked for 50 confirmations. During this period, they will be removed from displayed Balance and put into Stake until they mature. After 50 confirmations are completed, they'll be moved from Stake and put back into Balance with added interest

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May 14, 2014, 01:23:52 PM
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I have a doubt in my purse MINT is now locked up, so I can get the interest POS it? Someone said to me there is no need to lock off the wallet can take POS interest, I really do not know how to do it. Please help me! Huh
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May 14, 2014, 01:56:29 PM
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I have a doubt in my purse MINT is now locked up, so I can get the interest POS it? Someone said to me there is no need to lock off the wallet can take POS interest, I really do not know how to do it. Please help me! Huh

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