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what are node connectivity hard requirements for baking?

I have an ISP that puts me behind 10.x.x.x but before i learned this i set up a laptop to do port forwarding and upnp and suchlike to bake quietly in the corner. Since the ISP puts the router behind a ...
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Liquidity Baking subsidies effect on pool ownership

Assume there are 167,659,347 LQT tokens in the storage of the Liquidity Baking CPMM contract currently. If I have 100,000 LQT (a made up amount for the same of this question), that means I own 0....
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TRD Error - [Process Life Cycle completing With Failure] Error Details: 'revealed'

Getting the following error... [Process Life Cycle completing With Failure] Error Details: 'revealed' - the payout address is revealed! running v9.0 - new TRD install. thanks
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How to run tezos rewards distributor for the past cycle?

After update my trd does not make payments for the last cycle. I use command: python3 src/main.py -C $CICLENO -V on -s -R -5 -M 3 --log-file=$CYCLENO.log where $CYCLENO is the cycle for which i want ...
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Why is TRD failing the payouts?

I'm running the tezos rewards distributor for the cycle payouts. The command is: python3 src/main.py -C 386 -V on -s -R -5 -M 4, some payouts are successful - bravo to the authors. But the 2/3 of ...
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How does tezos reward distributor tool calculate transaction fee for rewards?

TRD is a common tool for tezos payouts. It's easy to get the overall amount of payouts from dry run. But in order to pay rewards, we also have to keep additional blockchain transaction fees in mind. ...
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Can I estimate the _next_ block using the `tezos-node` RPC API?

Is there any way to ask tezos-node to tell me the contents of the block it would produce if it were the selected baker for the current round? Somewhere in tezos-node there's a function that makes the ...
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How exactly are the bakers chosen using the PRG?

I understand that the seed associated with a cycle is generated from information from the previous two cycles. This seed the PRG that is used to determine the bakers for the cycle. This is all the ...
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Tezos Baking Bonds Reduction

I have been baking Tezos for a few months and I have ran into a problem. The bonds for endorsing, and baking, are too high. I am now over delegated and I expect my baker is going to have a fully ...
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Active test networks

There are many test networks on Tezos. What are the active and soon to be active public ones? How do we participate? Are there accessible public nodes?
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Missing Wallet/Address Created on Tezos Node

Good Day, I had a tz1 address wallet created on my node, (with funds transferred to) that has now suddenly disassociated/disappeared from the tezos node. I.e. tezos-client list known addresses ...
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Fitness too low when baking

I recently started running a node on the edo2net test network. The endorser has been working fine. I had rights to bake a couple of blocks today, but both times the baker failed with a "Fitness ...
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The signer produced an invalid signature

I missed one of the endorsements due to an invalid signature. Why or how a remote-signer could produce an invalid signature? I am using a remote-signer with an HSM. Remote signer and HSM logs look ...
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publishing seed-nonce

I got a bunch of 0.125 XTZ reward for publishing seed-nonce Binance Baker, Kraken Baker, etc. I've never seen this before. What is it for and why was I selected for this many times consecutively?
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How is a contract ID generated?

Let's say I have a raw transaction that I broadcast to the network. At what point does its operation hash (opHash) get generated? Is it when the baker is forming the block? And what are the inputs to ...
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Missed Block with "Error Found No Ledger corresponding to ledger:..."

Missed a block and saw the following error on the baker terminal window (Ubuntu) "Error Found no ledger corresponding to ledger://xxx..." This made me think that there might be a ...
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Tezos removed by baker [closed]

i had some tezos removed by my baker (fresh tezos). Would this just be their annual fee? i always assumed they took their 15% before distributing xtz to my account. Why would they removed a large sum ...
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On what block levels within a cycle can roll snapshots happen?

According to this documentation: Roll snapshots represent the state of rolls for a given block. Roll snapshots are taken every BLOCKS_PER_ROLL_SNAPSHOT = 256 blocks, which is 16 times per cycle. ...
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help with the URL for bakers

We want to launch a baker node. Can we use only one URL with a link to several nodes for baker, endorser, accuser? I mean so that one baker is launched and it is communicating to 2-5 nodes via one ...
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Delegate or bake Tezos!

I've done some research but haven't been able to find a clear answer on how to proceed with my thoughts on delegate or bake! Just for this discussion assume I have 12000 Tezos at hand. Now, I'd like ...
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What does `consequence of bad union` mean when injecting a block?

Attempted to inject this block but got error: Invalid_argument "Json_encoding.construct: consequence of bad union" What does this error actually mean? The contents of the block look fine; it ...
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What is causes "Unexpected seed's nonce commitment in block header" when baking in sandbox mode?

I'm running some tests on tezos sandbox mode and in one of the commands for baking a new block, sometimes I get the following error: Unexpected seed's nonce commitment in block header. The error doesn'...
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What do the sort and timestamp parameters to /preapply/block mean?

If you look at the documentation for .../preapply/block, you see two parameters: sort, and timestamp But there is no explanation for what these do. The RPC help does not even mention them: $ ./tezos-...
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What exactly is tested during Testing Phase of the governance cycle?

During the 48h cycle with the fork chain, what are bakers participating in the test doing? They are simply processing the same transactions that mainchain are producing using the new protocol looking ...
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Can I stake other assets than XTZ?

Is it possible to use other assets than tez (XTZ) in the staking or baking process? I was wondering if tokens on the Tezos blockchain could also be used.
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Deposit and bond are different notions or not?

Around Tezos baking documents, I often see words: "deposit" and "bond". The both seem to be the budget slashed when you misbehave at baking. Are they exactly the same, or do they ...
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In sandbox mode, can you bake a block with a specific timestamp?

I am testing a smart contract that enforces time delays on state transitions. I want to be able to run the bake command and have the latest block have a particular Unix timestamp (e.g. for 1 day ahead ...
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Gaining more baking rights

Is there any way to improve Kiln node to have more baker rights? Are there some best practices to have more baker rights? Any informative link is welcome.
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How to send XTZ from fundraiser wallet

I purchased XTZ during the fundraiser and I have them in a paper wallet. I would like to bake with them but I need instructions on how to send them to an electronic wallet.
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Baker Reliability index

What is the formula for Baker Reliability index, how the index is calculated and what is the impact of the index? I talk about https://tzstats.com/ page.
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If my balance is greater than the amount in a single roll, does that do anything to help bake and endorse?

You can see my current balance has enough for 2 rolls, plus some extra. Does that extra balance have any benefit for me when it comes to baking or is it only the number of rolls that determines when I'...
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When does my wallet reflect my baking/endorsing rewards/deposits?

I'm using Kiln to bake and endorse with my Ledger Nano S. When I check Ledger Live, my wallet balance is the same as when I started my baker. When I check tzstats for my wallet address, I have the ...
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Is there a minimum number of tokens I need to have to bake on Carthagenet?

I have gotten about 236 odd tokens from the faucet and now I am about to register to bake on my node. The problem is I can't seem to find any mention on the minimum number of tokens required to bake ...
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how do I use ledger nano s with docker version of tezos?

I'm using ubuntu 20.04 and I spun up carthagenet version of tezos with docker. But I'm not sure how I would hook up the ledger nano s to run with the mainnet version of this.
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Is there a resource for setting up multiple structures for automatic delegate payouts for bakers?

I am looking for a resource or method of accomplishing automated payouts from baker to delegates which allows for charging different delegates different fees. For example lets say you charge friends ...
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What does it mean: to delgate to a baking service?

What does it mean "to delegate to a baking service"? I have my Tezos in my Binance wallet. Is that considered to be delegating to a baking service?
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What's the risk of using no remote signer if the key is encrypted?

New to baking, I want to clarify what are the risks associated with generating an encrypted key and running the baker on a single cloud machine. I understand what the remote-signer is for. I'm just ...
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How to start tezos baking from carthagenet?

I run baking command from tezos carthagenet with wallet address https://carthagenet.tzstats.com/tz1XexRC24PBspkc9mxrG1AWysibcySQ3i7B and i get error: Apr 27 09:00:53 - 006-PsCARTHA.baking.forge: No ...
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Requirements for becoming a baker [closed]

I just want to know the requirements for baking. Or becoming a baker. I've only been invested in tables for seven or eight months I like it's everything about it and I want to be able to someday ...
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When are endorsement rewards from the last block in a cycle unfrozen?

I've been using TZStats' API and noticed that endorsements done in the last block of a cycle don't count in the endorsement rewards for that cycle. That does seem to make sense, seeing the ...
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Do I need to set up or create a node on my computer to bake tezos?

Mack B, I have watched your youtube video. I am kind of new to this and have done very little code work many years ago. But I do believe I can follow your steps 1 by 1. But my question is: Do I have ...
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How to verify that I have upgraded to the new backend storage?

According to Protocol 006_PsCARTHA Carthage documentation: The baking daemon requires direct access to the context of the Tezos node. The daemon for 006 requires the new context introduced by ...
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set up a node to bake without having a roll of tezos?

I do realize I would have to wait for people to delegate tezos to my network and reach the 8000 to actually bake on the network. Is it possible to set up a node to bake without having a roll of ...
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Taking rewards being far from baker HW wallet

I have my baking node with HW wallet hosted in a secure place far from my place. Today when I have to send rewards to my delegation addresses I have to go to the place and transfer them to the payment ...
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Is baker deactivation explicitly recorded on chain?

Can one find out for a given block which bakers were deactivated through an RPC call? Is there any other way to explicitly find baker deactivations?
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What are the minimum requirements ( Hardware ) for being a Baker and get listed on MyTezosBaker? [duplicate]

Wanted to have a solo baking setup, do we need to carry out some task for verification of transactions? Or we just need to set up a node running and it will do it all alone
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Why am I experiencing delegation activation lag?

When I delegate my XTZ to a baker, what is the reason for the time lag before the delegation seems to activate?
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Is there anyway to make your endorser only inject endorsements for priority 0 blocks?

Is there anyway to make your endorser only inject endorsements for priority 0 blocks, and not inject for priority 1 or higher ?
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Shielded pools and rolls calculations

Nomadic Labs just recently released a blog post talking about the sapling integrations in a new future protocol proposal. It mentions using smart contracts that have a shielded pool of XTZ used for ...
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Bake priority 0 blocks only and ignore priority 1 and higher?

I'm over delegated and wish to only bake priority 0 blocks as it requires the same bond for priority 1 bakes. Is there any way I can make my baker only bake priority 0 blocks and ignore priority 1 ...