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Author Topic: [ANN] [MINT] Mintcoin (POS / 5%) [NO ICO] [Fair distro, community maintained]  (Read 1310984 times)
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May 19, 2014, 11:12:37 PM
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MAC wallet is down

1.9.1 should be available tomorrow.


thats just for macs right?

when was the last windows wallet update>?

thanks
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May 19, 2014, 11:18:33 PM
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MAC wallet is down

1.9.1 should be available tomorrow.


thats just for macs right?

when was the last windows wallet update>?

thanks

Yes, only Mac. Just to catch up with Windows.
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May 19, 2014, 11:43:19 PM
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Mintcoin is on the votepage for HitBTC. They are marketing themselves as "The most advanced exchange".
Their current currencies are BTC and LTC with pairings in Euros and US. Dollars.

Check it out and vote for Mintcoin! https://hitbtc.com/vote
Votes from registered users gets a multiple of x10 !

I haven't even heard of that exchange before, but as always, more exchanges can only be good!


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 20, 2014, 12:48:18 AM
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Maybe a new exchange would bring some new light to MINT, the exchange is growing fast & will add new coins daily.. One vote every hour & it could be listed in a few days, MINT could use the new attention (aside from Cryptsy & MintPal)..
https://sharexcoin.com/votings?coin=MINT
How do you vote on this exchange besides paying money? It seems rather confusing to me.
EDIT: You have to register to vote.

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May 20, 2014, 12:56:27 AM
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when was the last windows wallet update>?
1.9.1 came out a couple weeks ago I believe.

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May 20, 2014, 02:10:51 AM
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Wish I wouldn't have bought back into mint. It's future doesn't seem so bright the trend has been nothing but downward for the past few months. A few months back a few people were screaming I'm not selling my mint till it hits 100 sat 1 person inparticular that I can remember lol good luck with that it seems all that's going on in the exchanges is a bunch of dumping. I hate to talk negative especially because this is one of the coins of I've loved since I stumbled across it. I'd just like an explanation as to why people believe mint will have a good future because as I said right now it isn't looking so good.
How do you come to the conclusion that its future doesn't look bright? By the price on the exchanges?
Look at what is being done for mintcoin instead: 50+ merchants, allot of exchanges, android wallet on the way, legally registered foundation and so on..

It has been said many times before: MintCoins is NOT for short time profit. The value will be built organically and not from pump/dump..

Im just waiting for the price to drop enough to hit the ltc market to buy in a substantial quantity

I really don't get this attitude, especially if you have already been following the coin. If you think this is a good coin then back it up with your money now. I don't think it is likely but if Mint starts teetering between 1 and 2 sats then it's pretty much over - as the Proof of Stake selling point becomes meaningless. So hovering like a vulture will get you nowhere here.

If you really believe in the coin, you will believe that at some point it will shoot back up. So if it hits a couple satoshi, you are ready to buy massive amounts to ride back to the top.

Hey man, I've a credit card debt that isn't getting paid anytime soon and I've got over 7 million of these fuckers -  I'm saying when a coin routinely swings between 1 and 2 Sats then PoS isn't a selling point, that's not a time to jump onboard

I don't see how your debt is going to be relevant here. You shouldn't be spending what you can't afford.

PoS is irrelevant as well; it's just another way of mining. The fact is that if the coin is going to go back up, it's going to go back up. Buying at 1 sat and it going up to 50 is 50x the value. Buying in at 20 and it going up to 50 is only a 2.5x increase. Think about which one's better.

Either you trust in the coin or you don't. There is no other option.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 20, 2014, 05:11:44 AM
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Please, look at this innovative exchange site:

https://sharexcoin.com

ShareXcoin shares revenues with its members. See this page:

https://sharexcoin.com/interests/about

We can vote to add mintcoin here (you must register):

https://sharexcoin.com/votings

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May 20, 2014, 06:49:26 AM
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hi,guys i just withdraw my mintcoin from mintpal, please you guys withdraw yours too. To avoid the exchang dump there pos coins.
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May 20, 2014, 06:50:09 AM
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Please, look at this innovative exchange site:

https://sharexcoin.com

ShareXcoin shares revenues with its members. See this page:

https://sharexcoin.com/interests/about

We can vote to add mintcoin here (you must register):

https://sharexcoin.com/votings

I think the above exchange is basically just a promo-exchange to promote their coin. I wouldn't take too seriously.

However,

https://hitbtc.com/vote

is probably much more worthwhile exchange for voting at.

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May 20, 2014, 06:52:09 AM
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Please, look at this innovative exchange site:

https://sharexcoin.com

ShareXcoin shares revenues with its members. See this page:

https://sharexcoin.com/interests/about

We can vote to add mintcoin here (you must register):

https://sharexcoin.com/votings

I think the above exchange is basically just a promo-exchange to promote their coin. I wouldn't take too seriously.

However,

https://hitbtc.com/vote

is probably much more worthwhile exchange for voting at.

Voting on any exchange only takes a second and if you are already doing it with the others, why not take the extra second to knock it out? The worst that happens is you wasted a second. The best is that it could impact the coin's volume.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 20, 2014, 07:55:49 AM
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Wish I wouldn't have bought back into mint. It's future doesn't seem so bright the trend has been nothing but downward for the past few months. A few months back a few people were screaming I'm not selling my mint till it hits 100 sat 1 person inparticular that I can remember lol good luck with that it seems all that's going on in the exchanges is a bunch of dumping. I hate to talk negative especially because this is one of the coins of I've loved since I stumbled across it. I'd just like an explanation as to why people believe mint will have a good future because as I said right now it isn't looking so good.
How do you come to the conclusion that its future doesn't look bright? By the price on the exchanges?
Look at what is being done for mintcoin instead: 50+ merchants, allot of exchanges, android wallet on the way, legally registered foundation and so on..

It has been said many times before: MintCoins is NOT for short time profit. The value will be built organically and not from pump/dump..

Im just waiting for the price to drop enough to hit the ltc market to buy in a substantial quantity

I really don't get this attitude, especially if you have already been following the coin. If you think this is a good coin then back it up with your money now. I don't think it is likely but if Mint starts teetering between 1 and 2 sats then it's pretty much over - as the Proof of Stake selling point becomes meaningless. So hovering like a vulture will get you nowhere here.

If you really believe in the coin, you will believe that at some point it will shoot back up. So if it hits a couple satoshi, you are ready to buy massive amounts to ride back to the top.

Hey man, I've a credit card debt that isn't getting paid anytime soon and I've got over 7 million of these fuckers -  I'm saying when a coin routinely swings between 1 and 2 Sats then PoS isn't a selling point, that's not a time to jump onboard

I don't see how your debt is going to be relevant here. You shouldn't be spending what you can't afford.

Either you trust in the coin or you don't. There is no other option.

Having a debt and putting money into Mintcoin regardless IS relevant. It's a potent way of showing your conviction. I'm sure there are other people putting money into cryptos rather than pay off student loans and such - and that just means you believe there is more of a future in cryptos than there is in a perpetual debt economy. I don't think crypto land and debt economies can co-exist for much longer, only one will survive. The reality is that we all have a choice which side of the fence we bet on. There may be more people here gambling a little play money but some people make more serious commitments. I've already said I don't believe Mint will hit 1 Sat but if it does then someone else is going to have to ride in on a white horse and save the day because a major component of its value will be lost at that point in my opinion. Why would you have blind trust in any coin regardless of what happens to it, that doesn't make sense.

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May 20, 2014, 08:07:00 AM
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Having a debt and putting money into Mintcoin regardless IS relevant. It's a potent way of showing your conviction. I'm sure there are other people putting money into cryptos rather than pay off student loans and such - and that just means you believe there is more of a future in cryptos than there is in a perpetual debt economy. I don't think crypto land and debt economies can co-exist for much longer, only one will survive. The reality is that we all have a choice which side of the fence we bet on. There may be more people here gambling a little play money but some people make more serious commitments. I've already said I don't believe Mint will hit 1 Sat but if it does then someone else is going to have to ride in on a white horse and save the day because a major component of its value will be lost at that point in my opinion. Why would you have blind trust in any coin regardless of what happens to it, that doesn't make sense.

The value doesn't derive itself from where it's going to go necessarily. As we've seen with many coins, they can go up and down with manipulation. The idea that if it hit 1 sat it'd somehow end up meaningless and worthless is absurd. It simply means someone is manipulating the prices for one reason or another. It in no way means the coin can't increase in value. It simply means that people need to create the value for it.

Bitcoin was worth less than nothing for well over a year. Now it has value because value has been created. In your eyes, Bitcoin should have been dumped in early 2010 because it was still worth nothing and therefore would never go anywhere. Yet you're here.


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 20, 2014, 08:14:13 AM
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Having a debt and putting money into Mintcoin regardless IS relevant. It's a potent way of showing your conviction. I'm sure there are other people putting money into cryptos rather than pay off student loans and such - and that just means you believe there is more of a future in cryptos than there is in a perpetual debt economy. I don't think crypto land and debt economies can co-exist for much longer, only one will survive. The reality is that we all have a choice which side of the fence we bet on. There may be more people here gambling a little play money but some people make more serious commitments. I've already said I don't believe Mint will hit 1 Sat but if it does then someone else is going to have to ride in on a white horse and save the day because a major component of its value will be lost at that point in my opinion. Why would you have blind trust in any coin regardless of what happens to it, that doesn't make sense.

The value doesn't derive itself from where it's going to go necessarily. As we've seen with many coins, they can go up and down with manipulation. The idea that if it hit 1 sat it'd somehow end up meaningless and worthless is absurd. It simply means someone is manipulating the prices for one reason or another. It in no way means the coin can't increase in value. It simply means that people need to create the value for it.

Bitcoin was worth less than nothing for well over a year. Now it has value because value has been created. In your eyes, Bitcoin should have been dumped in early 2010 because it was still worth nothing and therefore would never go anywhere. Yet you're here.

I didn't say I'd dump what I have at 1 Sat but I sure as hell wouldn't buy any more if it lingered there. The situation now is different to what Bitcoin went through. Now there are a ton of speculators that will take a 2x profit IN A LARGE ALTCOIN MARKET any day, so buying at 1 Sat just means you would cash out at 2 Sat and the nature of the coin, or what it represents, is largely lost at that stage.  

Anyway this is just meaningless speculation because this coin isn't in trouble at all. I've been accumulating it steadily for the past three months at the same time as I've abandoned other coins I'm holding to the whims of fate. I could of been buying Peercoin or some other Proof of Stake coin but this still looks the best to me.

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May 20, 2014, 01:27:45 PM
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yeah hoping MINT will pick up soon. i dont see why not

when it starts going up all of those sell orders will disappear when the price gets to them.  Cheesy
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May 20, 2014, 02:37:48 PM
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yeah hoping MINT will pick up soon. i dont see why not

when it starts going up all of those sell orders will disappear when the price gets to them.  Cheesy

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May 20, 2014, 04:51:56 PM
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http://mintcoin.cc down ? anyone knows whats going on ?


oh.. and anyone reading this .. dont forget to vote for Mintcoin on this exchange :

https://hitbtc.com/vote

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May 20, 2014, 10:23:50 PM
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http://mintcoin.cc down ? anyone knows whats going on ?
The webhost told me there was some suspicious activity. I am investigating.

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May 20, 2014, 11:15:30 PM
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Oops, Mac 1.9.1 will need further work.
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May 20, 2014, 11:52:45 PM
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I have written the preliminary section for Mintcoin:




Please say if anything is incorrect.  I want the mintcoin community to help me complete the history section (3-5 important historical events)  I will publish the book this summer.  Any donations are highly welcome Cheesy

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If you are going for historical accuracy, here are some things you should include:

Algorithim:  "Full PoW - to Hybrid PoW/PoS - to Full PoS"

Premine:  "700,000,000 for bounties, giveaways, development, support and maintenance, Mintcoin Fund, and new feature developments etc."

Merchant Base: Yes. Can purchase goods and services with greater than >50 merchants as of April 2014.

Transaction Speed: 2 minutes, average.

Innovation: First coin of it's kind released. (First hybrid PoW/PoS released with fast initial 4-5 week PoW distribution. Converted to full PoS, aimed at being fast, energy efficient, and encouraging people to hold their coins by PoS rewards of 20% the first year, 15% the 2nd year, 10% the 3rd year, and 5% for the 4th+ years.)

You might also want to mention the fact that Mintcoin was the most profitable coin to mine in February 2014 while it was still mineable during the intial distribution phase, before it became full PoS, causing it to be very broadly distributed initially.

Make sure you have the link to the correct block explorer: http://mint.blockx.info/get/chain/MintCoin


Thank you I will take your comments on board Cheesy
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May 21, 2014, 03:50:56 AM
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MintCoin mining has been going pretty smoothly at CryptoAlts. We reached out first 0.1 BTC worth paid out. Tongue

Profit calculators have been fixed. The past two days on SHA256 haven't been too good (SHA256 is due for a good day now). Scrypt and X11 have been fine.
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