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May 29, 2014, 11:10:56 AM
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MastiffCoin


- Only 2.7 M coins

- Dev team very active with some innovative projects

- Only trading at bittrex at the moment

- From 3k to 17k satoshis in the last 24 Hours

- 130 BTC volume and going up



People start to see the potential into this coin and those already in know the price is ridiculous and will not dump anything.


I'm glad to be a part of this community.
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May 29, 2014, 11:11:43 AM
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Is this the same dev team like shibe or doje?

i only mentioned shibe to brandondoge because we both got burned by shibecoin. it was kinda just an inside joke i guess. nothing to do with this coin.
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May 29, 2014, 11:24:27 AM
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Hey bit of a newb - can anyone explain this staking business?

I have about 20% of my wallet sitting in 'stake' and other 80% in 'spendable' and current 0 in 'unconfirmed'

I have received a small amount via PoS which state 'mined' (confirmed+accepted) + some which is 'generated but not accepted' (i.e. looks dead)

I go into advanced options in wallet (under send) and see in the tree view that the items which seem to align with the 'stake' bucket have a priority of highest' and are reasonably old ( 14-May ) and have 4073 confirmations.

The other 80% is also marked priority 'highest' but slightly newer (about 12 hours later ~15-May ) but with higher confirmations (6307)

I was expecting that after they matured (X-Days) they would move from 'spendable' => 'stake'

what makes them 'stake'-able? Please note that I do have multiple 'addresses' as I spread the incoming coins across multiple as I assumed (at the time) that if I added newer coins to existing address with older coins the 'clock' would restart.....

Somewhat confused......
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May 29, 2014, 11:26:01 AM
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May 29, 2014, 11:32:37 AM
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May 29, 2014, 11:49:59 AM
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May 29, 2014, 12:09:47 PM
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May 29, 2014, 12:21:46 PM
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Hey bit of a newb - can anyone explain this staking business?

I have about 20% of my wallet sitting in 'stake' and other 80% in 'spendable' and current 0 in 'unconfirmed'

I have received a small amount via PoS which state 'mined' (confirmed+accepted) + some which is 'generated but not accepted' (i.e. looks dead)

I go into advanced options in wallet (under send) and see in the tree view that the items which seem to align with the 'stake' bucket have a priority of highest' and are reasonably old ( 14-May ) and have 4073 confirmations.

The other 80% is also marked priority 'highest' but slightly newer (about 12 hours later ~15-May ) but with higher confirmations (6307)

I was expecting that after they matured (X-Days) they would move from 'spendable' => 'stake'

what makes them 'stake'-able? Please note that I do have multiple 'addresses' as I spread the incoming coins across multiple as I assumed (at the time) that if I added newer coins to existing address with older coins the 'clock' would restart.....

Somewhat confused......


Here's my basic understanding of this, but as I'm also new to all this PoS business, I could be way off. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

All normal, mature coins are "Stakeable".
Coins in "Stake" are coins that recently received PoS coins. It creates a new output that needs to mature again, that's why it isn't spendable. Once it gets spendable (mature) again, it shows at the spendable balance and will start to attract stake again.

So for example, you have 1 address, where you got 3 transactions.
1: 10 MAST
2: 100 MAST
3: 1000 MAST

When these coins are mature, they start trying to find PoS blocks, each output individually. So you have 1110 mature coins under "Spendable". The 1000 MAST output has a higher chance to get stake reward than the 10 MAST. But over time, the chance increases, so that the 10 MAST will eventually also find it. When the 1000 MAST found reward (say 0.1 MAST), you'll have a new 1000.1 MAST output that needs to mature (1200 confirmations) again. The 1000.1 MAST then show up under "Stake" and can not be spend (or receive PoS reward) until they mature. The remaining 110 are still under "Spendable" and waiting to get their PoS.

About the "'generated but not accepted' (i.e. looks dead)": That usually means those PoS blocks you mined are orphans, so the network has decided to take another block instead of yours (happens when blocks are found at almost the same time by different people).
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May 29, 2014, 12:37:19 PM
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Here's my basic understanding of this, but as I'm also new to all this PoS business, I could be way off. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

All normal, mature coins are "Stakeable".
Coins in "Stake" are coins that recently received PoS coins. It creates a new output that needs to mature again, that's why it isn't spendable. Once it gets spendable (mature) again, it shows at the spendable balance and will start to attract stake again.

So for example, you have 1 address, where you got 3 transactions.
1: 10 MAST
2: 100 MAST
3: 1000 MAST

When these coins are mature, they start trying to find PoS blocks, each output individually. So you have 1110 mature coins under "Spendable". The 1000 MAST output has a higher chance to get stake reward than the 10 MAST. But over time, the chance increases, so that the 10 MAST will eventually also find it. When the 1000 MAST found reward (say 0.1 MAST), you'll have a new 1000.1 MAST output that needs to mature (1200 confirmations) again. The 1000.1 MAST then show up under "Stake" and can not be spend (or receive PoS reward) until they mature. The remaining 110 are still under "Spendable" and waiting to get their PoS.

About the "'generated but not accepted' (i.e. looks dead)": That usually means those PoS blocks you mined are orphans, so the network has decided to take another block instead of yours (happens when blocks are found at almost the same time by different people).

unimagani => That's awesome - really helpful explanation and it makes a whole lot more sense now - the way its phrased in the wallet makes it seem like it should be the other way around - however perhaps thats just me! All good - thank u for spending the time explaining that - one of the reasons I like this coin - community are very helpful......
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May 29, 2014, 01:03:48 PM
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Unbelievable rally, its reached an all time high of 0.0020BTC
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May 29, 2014, 01:04:36 PM
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Hey guys, is it late to buy some MAST Smiley ? What about the price? Only one exchange?

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May 29, 2014, 01:08:58 PM
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Hey guys, is it late to buy some MAST Smiley ? What about the price? Only one exchange?

You're just in time before the price really starts soaring. All time high of .0002, expecting anywhere from .001 to .005 within a few weeks.
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May 29, 2014, 02:11:31 PM
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Hey guys, is it late to buy some MAST Smiley ? What about the price? Only one exchange?

Now is the time to buy.  Get in before MAST shows up on Polo, which could be very soon with this kind of Bittrex volume.
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May 29, 2014, 02:15:34 PM
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Am I crazy in thinking this could make it to even DRK level?  Look at this growth and we probably have nowhere near the popularity of DRK, once they see what's happening and more people hop on board, I dare say .0125 isn't all that far fetched.

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May 29, 2014, 02:22:17 PM
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god damn, I woke up on the moon!!!! Roll Eyes
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May 29, 2014, 02:25:51 PM
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god damn, I woke up on the moon!!!! Roll Eyes

Wish I would have picked up more.....and earlier then today.  I was thinking about it, but just couldn't pull the trigger.  Damn.....
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May 29, 2014, 02:32:13 PM
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god damn, I woke up on the moon!!!! Roll Eyes

Wish I would have picked up more.....and earlier then today.  I was thinking about it, but just couldn't pull the trigger.  Damn.....

I got in early,  been holding ever since, I am very interested to see what happens in a couple hours when the superblock hits!  its hard to believe that miners will hold during these prices....lets hope for half of them to hold though!!!
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May 29, 2014, 02:42:40 PM
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god damn, I woke up on the moon!!!! Roll Eyes

Wish I would have picked up more.....and earlier then today.  I was thinking about it, but just couldn't pull the trigger.  Damn.....

I got in early,  been holding ever since, I am very interested to see what happens in a couple hours when the superblock hits!  its hard to believe that miners will hold during these prices....lets hope for half of them to hold though!!!

Why does everyone assume the miners don't look at the charts?  I mine and ipo attracted me to this page (thank god) and I decided to throw all my BTC at it, while some mine and dump I think any big miner doing it for income also looks at charts to see if he can potentially make more and with the charts leading up to superblocks, if they even glance at it, they'd realize it'd be stupid to dump.  Just my thoughts  Smiley

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May 29, 2014, 02:45:35 PM
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Crazy....up to 31k!
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May 29, 2014, 02:51:38 PM
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MastiffCoin


- Only 2.7 M coins

- Dev team very active with some innovative projects

- Only trading at bittrex at the moment

- From 3k to 17k satoshis in the last 24 Hours

- 130 BTC volume and going up



People start to see the potential into this coin and those already in know the price is ridiculous and will not dump anything.


I'm glad to be a part of this community.



EDIT : 200 BTC volume / 30k satoshis !
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