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What is the optimal frequency for delegating your excess proceeds as a solo baker?

Imagine I am a solo baker with 1 roll (10k XTZ), as a rough estimate given the current number of active rolls I should earn around 6.5 XTZ (0.065%) per cycle, let's assume for a moment that is static ...
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Delegate via tezos-client with an encrypted key implicit account?

Since babylon now implicit accounts can delegate. I'm using an implicit account to make the payments to my delegators, the account key is encrypted, the unencrypted key hasn't been exposed and i would ...
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How to transfer off of KT1 after Babylon upgrade?

For Babylon protocol upgrade, all KT1 accounts delegations are converted to a smart contract If I want to transfer off of the KT1 account(s), What are some ways to transfer to a tz ...
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How to become a baker - what are all the technical/financial requirements? [closed]

I was just wondering. Looking at mytezosbaker webpage, there are so many great bakers which provide delegation services, right. 1) So I was interested in knowing: How do those services achieve that? ...
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What is the behavior of SET_DELEGATE in particular cases

The Michelson Documentation does not say much about this function: SET_DELEGATE: Forge a delegation. :: option key_hash : 'S -> operation : 'S This left me wondering about its behavior and if ...
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Getting error delegate.no_deletion when delegating

What does this error mean? proto.005-PsBabyM1.delegate.no_deletion This happened when trying to delegate to a baker.
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How to create a delegatable implicit account via command line? I want to delegate to a baker from a TZ1 address [duplicate]

Is this possible? If so, what is the command?
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