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September 01, 2014, 01:54:37 PM
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WTF I just updated my mintcoin wallet after not having looked at it for months...
In old wallet I had millions of mintcoins, now in new wallet i got only 8000... WTF is this crap!?!?!

I deleted all files except for the wallet.dat and am currently fully synced according to that piece of crap wallet.

Please dev respond!

Hello TenaciousC,

I have submitted a trouble ticket for your wallet. How long have you had it closed for? In your transactions are do you have a bunch of minted coin transactions with a ? and grayed out?

I had it closed for at least 2 months, might be longer.
Yesterday I decided to update the wallet and let it stake again, so I Copied the new QT over the old one, this gave me error about index... So deleted all files except for the wallet.dat and let the blockchain sync. Sync completed now but only shows +/- 8300 coins while I had couple of millions when I started the old wallet yesterday before the upgrade.

I have indeed a shitload of not accepted stakes (grayed out) but when I check the list of accepted ones I should have millions

ok - one more question - were you using the same wallet on more than one machine?

Nope, just 1 laptop....

Some more strage stuff, I did some checks myself, if I check this address:
http://mint.blockexplorer.cc/address/Mm4JPXZLn9YBPVirNjjDva7PmXuwEeK96M

That's exactly what I have visible in my wallet now, that's an adress I used for mining in the old days, All other coins that I bought at Cryptsy, etc... are gone

Would you mind logging into your history at cryptsy and other exchanges and confirm your address in the withdraws display?

Please pm me with the response.

Thanks!
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It is with great honor to announce the partnership of Keepod, Bitcoin, Mintcoin, XCurrency, Viacoin and W2Coin in joint efforts hosted by Mintcoin Fund to raise $5275 which will be used to bring computer access to 500 students while educating the public on what crypto currency is and how it is used.

Keepod.org (recently featured on BBC News) offers a technology which allows people to have their own personal computer settings stored in a small device which they can take and use anywhere in the world there is a computer with internet access.

With this program we will not only be sponsoring the keepod devices, but we will sponsor volunteers to refurbish and donate older computers, community training for continual support with the device, optimization of all computers to ensure a pleasant experience and online safety for the children.

Our goal is to sponsor 500 kids!
The cost to sponsor one child is just $10.55
Learn More & Donate Now!

How it Works:
By joining community efforts in this campaign Mintcoin will have the opportunity to work with other developers sharing the common  goal of increasing the awareness of crypto currencies and how they are used for thousands of people who have never heard of crypto currency before.

Each crypto community has selected a donation address for their team and is being supplied with marketing materials to assist in their communities promotion of the campaign. At the end of each week they will be responsible for changing donations into Bitcoin and submitting their communities donations to the Mintcoin Fund Moolah Storefront.

Once we receive each communities donations we will be issuing a press release announcing donations and contributions to the campaign.

Volunteers Needed!
If you are interested in donating articles, press releases or social assets to this cause please join our team here.  All communities welcome to participate!
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September 01, 2014, 06:21:57 PM
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WTF I just updated my mintcoin wallet after not having looked at it for months...
In old wallet I had millions of mintcoins, now in new wallet i got only 8000... WTF is this crap!?!?!
I deleted all files except for the wallet.dat and am currently fully synced according to that piece of crap wallet.

Here is some stuff to try.

After it is back in sync
Step 1 : Make a backup copy of your Wallet
Step 2:  in Mintcoin Client, goto help, then debug, then console, then type in repairwallet and hit enter
Then check to see if your amount of Mintcoins match.
If so Great ,

if not 1 other thing you can try
Delete the mintcoin-qt files that you just upgraded to.
Redownload the old Mintcoin Client v1.10 from
https://www.dropbox.com/s/t1j8cfhe4hsl7l1/MintCoin110.zip?dl=0
Install the old client , restore your wallet from the backup copy, after it syncs, run reparwallet and see if your coins match.

Good Luck.
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FYI:
For anyone who liked the old client v1.10 better you can download it from
https://www.dropbox.com/s/t1j8cfhe4hsl7l1/MintCoin110.zip?dl=0


 
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September 01, 2014, 06:30:18 PM
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WTF I just updated my mintcoin wallet after not having looked at it for months...
In old wallet I had millions of mintcoins, now in new wallet i got only 8000... WTF is this crap!?!?!
I deleted all files except for the wallet.dat and am currently fully synced according to that piece of crap wallet.

Here is some stuff to try.

After it is back in sync
Step 1 : Make a backup copy of your Wallet
Step 2:  in Mintcoin Client, goto help, then debug, then console, then type in repairwallet and hit enter
Then check to see if your amount of Mintcoins match.
If so Great ,

if not 1 other thing you can try
Delete the mintcoin-qt files that you just upgraded to.
Redownload the old Mintcoin Client v1.10 from
https://www.dropbox.com/s/t1j8cfhe4hsl7l1/MintCoin110.zip?dl=0
Install the old client , restore your wallet from the backup copy, after it syncs, run reparwallet and see if your coins match.

Good Luck.
 Cool

FYI:
For anyone who liked the old client v1.10 better you can download it from
https://www.dropbox.com/s/t1j8cfhe4hsl7l1/MintCoin110.zip?dl=0


 

Thanks you very much for the extreme fast and efficient support, much appreciated! A+++ DEV!

As discussed in PM the following commands solved the issue

from the cmd panel

checkwallet
checkwallet  password (add your password to the line if you have one)

Once that command is completed try
repairwallet
repairwallet password (add your password to the line if you have one)






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September 01, 2014, 06:39:27 PM
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WTF I just updated my mintcoin wallet after not having looked at it for months...
In old wallet I had millions of mintcoins, now in new wallet i got only 8000... WTF is this crap!?!?!
I deleted all files except for the wallet.dat and am currently fully synced according to that piece of crap wallet.

Here is some stuff to try.

After it is back in sync
Step 1 : Make a backup copy of your Wallet
Step 2:  in Mintcoin Client, goto help, then debug, then console, then type in repairwallet and hit enter
Then check to see if your amount of Mintcoins match.
If so Great ,

if not 1 other thing you can try
Delete the mintcoin-qt files that you just upgraded to.
Redownload the old Mintcoin Client v1.10 from
https://www.dropbox.com/s/t1j8cfhe4hsl7l1/MintCoin110.zip?dl=0
Install the old client , restore your wallet from the backup copy, after it syncs, run reparwallet and see if your coins match.

Good Luck.
 Cool

FYI:
For anyone who liked the old client v1.10 better you can download it from
https://www.dropbox.com/s/t1j8cfhe4hsl7l1/MintCoin110.zip?dl=0


 

Thanks you very much for the extreme fast and efficient support, much appreciated! A+++ DEV!

As discussed in PM the following commands solved the issue

from the cmd panel

checkwallet
checkwallet  password (add your password to the line if you have one)

Once that command is completed try
repairwallet
repairwallet password (add your password to the line if you have one)

I will update the announcement with this.

Thank you!
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September 01, 2014, 07:56:38 PM
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Is anyone interested in this for some exposure to Mint? It's a brand new thread, so I haven't gone digging to find out about it in detail yet.

It was hard to come up with a subject that didn't sound like a scam or ad, I tried.

I run a game that gives away coins to players.  It is an excellent way to encourage people to play my game.  I currently put 10 DOGE into the pot every time someone plays a game, and pay it out to players at midnight every night.  In many ways it is like a fountain.  It distributes coins to people that would have never had them, thus encourages adoption by users.

I currently fund the pot myself, but am looking for one or more sponsors to provide coins for disbursement.  The gain for you is
  1. the disbursement of small amounts of your coin to a large number of people.
  2. To use your coin, we have to accept it as a payment method.

For us to accept your coin as a payment method you need to be listed on   cryptocoincharts.info

We draw our price information from there.

If you want information, please message me. 

If this was advertising there would be a link to the website.

Best Regards.
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September 01, 2014, 09:29:59 PM
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Does MINT implement the Kimoto's Gravity Well algorithm to re-target difficulty?

Is the block time 30 seconds?
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September 01, 2014, 10:21:53 PM
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Does MINT implement the Kimoto's Gravity Well algorithm to re-target difficulty?

Is the block time 30 seconds?

MINT is purePOS.
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September 01, 2014, 11:52:17 PM
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When it was Proof of Work, what were the block time and difficulty re-target times?
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September 02, 2014, 02:15:31 AM
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Is anybody else experiencing a huge amount of unconfirmed minting coins? 5 out of 20 confirms in wallet minting, WTF is going on with minting?

BITCOIN: 13UY67yfRjRVMR6hauZJbauHiDfeM2qXSg
MINTCOIN: MdVzxTfLDrzdij9vpee1YJGotBahfsfmqs
ASIACOIN: AH7dunb5G99XzCNj1KnGCdPkqc27pRPfBu
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September 02, 2014, 06:54:08 AM
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When it was Proof of Work, what were the block time and difficulty re-target times?

Difficulty was retargeted every block, block time was 30 seconds.
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September 02, 2014, 10:09:03 AM
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Is anybody else experiencing a huge amount of unconfirmed minting coins? 5 out of 20 confirms in wallet minting, WTF is going on with minting?

Not really, the last grayed-out minted coins happened 30 transactions ago.
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September 02, 2014, 10:24:18 AM
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Is anybody else experiencing a huge amount of unconfirmed minting coins? 5 out of 20 confirms in wallet minting, WTF is going on with minting?

How long have you had your wallet closed? When I opened a wallet that had been in cold storage for a few months - the first few days was a bunch of stakes that never happened because the wallet was closed for so long. After they cleared out I started minting normally again.
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September 02, 2014, 03:37:57 PM
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Interested in learning more about what Mintcoin has been up to in August? Enjoy this recap of our accomplishments
http://mintcoin.cc/mintcoin-press-release-august-review/
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September 02, 2014, 05:43:43 PM
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Hi DougB62
I am interested in researching this further - thanks for reposting. I should have some time later on this week to dig deeper and get mintcoin started.

Is anyone interested in this for some exposure to Mint? It's a brand new thread, so I haven't gone digging to find out about it in detail yet.

It was hard to come up with a subject that didn't sound like a scam or ad, I tried.

I run a game that gives away coins to players.  It is an excellent way to encourage people to play my game.  I currently put 10 DOGE into the pot every time someone plays a game, and pay it out to players at midnight every night.  In many ways it is like a fountain.  It distributes coins to people that would have never had them, thus encourages adoption by users.

I currently fund the pot myself, but am looking for one or more sponsors to provide coins for disbursement.  The gain for you is
  1. the disbursement of small amounts of your coin to a large number of people.
  2. To use your coin, we have to accept it as a payment method.

For us to accept your coin as a payment method you need to be listed on   cryptocoincharts.info

We draw our price information from there.

If you want information, please message me. 

If this was advertising there would be a link to the website.

Best Regards.
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September 03, 2014, 02:29:08 PM
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Is anybody else experiencing a huge amount of unconfirmed minting coins? 5 out of 20 confirms in wallet minting, WTF is going on with minting?

How long have you had your wallet closed? When I opened a wallet that had been in cold storage for a few months - the first few days was a bunch of stakes that never happened because the wallet was closed for so long. After they cleared out I started minting normally again.

I have 18+M mint and wallet has been open since day 1 with only a few days closed. 25 minting transactions from today and only 8 are good. Not real happy about these stats.

BITCOIN: 13UY67yfRjRVMR6hauZJbauHiDfeM2qXSg
MINTCOIN: MdVzxTfLDrzdij9vpee1YJGotBahfsfmqs
ASIACOIN: AH7dunb5G99XzCNj1KnGCdPkqc27pRPfBu
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September 03, 2014, 02:43:41 PM
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Is anybody else experiencing a huge amount of unconfirmed minting coins? 5 out of 20 confirms in wallet minting, WTF is going on with minting?

How long have you had your wallet closed? When I opened a wallet that had been in cold storage for a few months - the first few days was a bunch of stakes that never happened because the wallet was closed for so long. After they cleared out I started minting normally again.

I have 18+M mint and wallet has been open since day 1 with only a few days closed. 25 minting transactions from today and only 8 are good. Not real happy about these stats.

no reason to be unhappy, you minted the right amount, just took 33 transactions instead of 8
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September 03, 2014, 03:53:53 PM
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Minting is like mining, there is luck involved.
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September 04, 2014, 11:32:21 AM
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A Letter from David Latapie Regarding Legal Status of Mintcoin Future

I have received an update from David Latapie regarding the legal registration of Mintcoin Fund within the French government.

Please review his comments below

"The Mintcoin Fund has been ACCEPTED by the French Government. In one month, it will be published on the Official Newspaper of the Associations and then will be eligible for any services like a bank account. The French Government will soon send me the invoice for registration, that I will pay with the 5 million MINT bounty that old dev gave me. I'll put you in touch, but basically it means that you can safely create the PayPal account except if they require an authentication number that you will get only in one month.
In any case, don't advertise tax-reduction yet.  This could take up to 6 more months."

David has offered to publish the scan of the official approval by the administration later in the day.

Next step: Seek FISCAL administration approval
Providing the French government accepts our requests we will be able to officially become a fully registered NGO.

A final note...
Please do not advertise Mintcoin as a NGO until this is finalized. We are progressing. This is going to be an amazing achievement for our community.

Thank you everyone for your continued support & remember to keep on minting Smiley

Jessie
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September 04, 2014, 11:51:44 AM
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A Letter from David Latapie Regarding Legal Status of Mintcoin Future

I have received an update from David Latapie regarding the legal registration of Mintcoin Fund within the French government.

Please review his comments below

"The Mintcoin Fund has been ACCEPTED by the French Government. In one month, it will be published on the Official Newspaper of the Associations and then will be eligible for any services like a bank account. The French Government will soon send me the invoice for registration, that I will pay with the 5 million MINT bounty that old dev gave me. I'll put you in touch, but basically it means that you can safely create the PayPal account except if they require an authentication number that you will get only in one month.
In any case, don't advertise tax-reduction yet.  This could take up to 6 more months."

David has offered to publish the scan of the official approval by the administration later in the day.

Next step: Seek FISCAL administration approval
Providing the French government accepts our requests we will be able to officially become a fully registered NGO.

A final note...
Please do not advertise Mintcoin as a NGO until this is finalized. We are progressing. This is going to be an amazing achievement for our community.

Thank you everyone for your continued support & remember to keep on minting Smiley

Jessie


Great news! I love it when a plan comes together!!  Wink
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