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Keeping original sender in inter-contract call

I have a token contract (let's say it TC) and creating a contract Wallet. Now, is it possible for a user to call Wallet's entrypoint deposit which will do an inter-contract call to TC's transfer ...
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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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Is it possible to originate a contract with an initial balance?

Instead of doing two operations: 1 - originate a contract 2 - transfer tez to the contract, is it possible to do both in a single operation?
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What is the process for baking on self generated account/keys?

I have the self-generated keys in Ubuntu server. I don't want to use wallet that's why I used the command tezos-client gen keys ACCOUNTNAME to generate key and secret. Now, I have successfully ...
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Do I register as baker without fund on public key?

I have my node up and bootstrapped. I generated key by cmd sudo -u tezos tezos-client activate account 'ALIAS'. Now I just created account on terminal that's why seems like there is no need to import ...
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Calling contract deployed on Tezos sandbox using Taquito

I've a simple contract deployed on Tezos sandbox (https://assets.tqtezos.com/docs/setup/2-sandbox/) and I'm using Taquito in frontend to call this contract. Earlier, I deployed the contract to global ...
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How to fetch list of known addresses in Taquito?

Just like we can run tezos-client list known contracts to get a list of deployed contracts and any user accounts, is there a way to do the same using Taquito? So, in short, I've RPC address and wish ...
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What happened to TZIP-11?

There's no information at all about it besides the name "Contract Specification Schema" and that is a Work in Progress. Was it ever written? Cancelled for some reason? Where can i find more ...
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What is `proof_of_work_nonce_size` used for?

I was looking at the protocol constants using: GET /chains/<chain_id>/blocks/<block_id>/context/constants and noticed these two fields: "proof_of_work_nonce_size": 8, "...
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Do bytes in the contract code cost the same as bytes in the contract storage?

I'm trying to understand the breakdown of the storage costs for smart contracts. My understanding is that a smart contract has some 'code' which is immutable, and some 'storage' which is mutable. Or ...
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Empty implicit account

I am running tezos florence 9.1 Ledger nano s synchronizes with ledger live with balance correct.. On the node the ledger account address is correct. But the balance shows as zero on the node. ...
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How to prepare a Protocol Change Proposal?

I want to know what is the procedure for preparing a protocol proposal. From my understanding it goes like this. Take the current Protocol src and make the changes in .ml files. Use a script to ...
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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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Big map of map vs Big map of pairs

In the FA2 example (https://smartpy.io/ide?template=FA2.py) with multiple assets, we are using a big map of pairs (of user and token). Another option might be storing big map mapping users to another ...
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Is there an equivalent of the Ethereum "selfdestruct" opcode in Tezos?

In Ethereum you can implement a selfdestruct opcode in a smart contract to remove its code from the blockchain and free up storage space. Is there an equivalent on Tezos ?
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What are good ways of simulating transactions in mainnet?

Is it possible to dry-run transactions before signing and broadcasting them, and if so, what are some good options? I'm pretty language agnostic. E.g. if I'm interacting with a DEX, I'd like to see ...
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Tezos Development Toolchain

Are there similar libraries in Tezos ecosystem similar to the OpenZeppelin library and the Hardhat development environment in Ethereum?
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tezos node v9.1 getting lots of HTTP 404

Running a local node to query blocks/transactions. It is running in archive mode and it up to tip. Since upgrading to 9.1 we get frequent HTTP 404 errors calling something simple like /chains/main/...
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Is there a way to view the stack during development with Michelson?

Is there some kind of debugger tool to view the stack while developing with Michelson (other than try-michelson.com)? Thanks.
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Is it possible to chain transactions from an orbitary account in a single block

In most blockchains, it's possible to chain several outgoing transactions for an account. In Tezos we've tried to do the same, but got errors like: Netezos.Rpc.InternalErrorException: [{"kind&...
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Custom FA1.2 Token - High Level Question about Custom Token/Symbols

I am hoping this is a very easy answer as I am most likely thinking about the fundamentals of this incorrectly. I am trying to build out a quick POC for the company I work for but am struggling with ...
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tezos-node command to check context & store integrity

Is there a way to check if context and store data folders are corrupted or not via command line?
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multisig request

we have a request for a multisig. if someone could implement it, then we would be ready to pay for it. we need a fully working product. what was presented not so long ago still does not work https://...
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how to work with map of map

I have a structure that looks like this: struc = sp.TRecord( addr = sp.TAddress, value = sp.TNat ) struct2 = sp.big_map( tkey=sp.TAddress, tvalue=sp.TMap( sp.TNat, sp....
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Variable callback entrypoint in smartpy

Is it possible to use a variable as the entry_point for a callback in smartpy? This works: @sp.entry_point def getProofs(self, address, callback_address): c = sp.contract(...
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How do I recover from a corrupted context

It seems my context or data dir is corrupted. How can I restore my node?
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Link between address and Twitter handle with DirectAuth

If I have an account on Kukai wallet using DirectAuth with my Twitter handle, Would someone who knows my Twitter handle be able to deduce my address and therefore see my balance? Would someone who ...
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Can a smart contract know its own address?

Is it possible to create a smart contract that knows the value of its KT1 address? E.g. if you wanted the contract to check that there was a signature signed over its contract address, would it be ...
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How to convert hex string/bytes to ASCII characters

Using Taquito I can load the storage from a smart contract. This storage contains a map called token_info. If I call token_info.get('symbol'), I get a hex string of "4d494e". How do I ...
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sp.if not working as it should

I am using sp.if in an internal function, then I call it in an entry point, but whatever I enter in sp.if, it always is read as "True". Why? And how to fix it? My code : def is_something(...
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Is it possible to get (or closely approximate) the true broadcast time of the current head block?

Is there a good way to get the true broadcast time of new head blocks? E.g. the system time of the baker that made the block would suffice. As discussed in this question, block timestamps can vary ...
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Why are the timestamps of head blocks sometimes in the future?

I've noticed that timestamps for new head blocks are sometimes in the future. Specifically, if I poll tezos-node for a fresh block, the timestamp of the block will be in the future maybe 10% of the ...
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Timestamp in mock-up mode

Is there a way to control what NOW returns in the mock-up mode? If not, this could be done via a special command in the client to increase it. This seems important for testing.
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Meaning of derivation path for HD wallet (for Tezos)(for ledger live)

I saw there are different types of derivation path in ledger live. One is 44'/1729'/0'/0'. Another one is 44'/1729'/1'/0'. What does the third slot mean? What does each slot mean? Ledger live seems to ...
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decidability of real world contracts

I'm wondering if there has been any work done on the decidability of real world, legal contracts. Michelson is great because it lends itself to users bring able to write smart contracts that are ...
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What's the best IDE and language to create a FA2 Token?

Does SmartPy provide the best interface to do it? https://smartpy.io/ide?template=FA2.py Does this example provide everything you need to create your own token? Any help would be appreciated.
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What is the average time taken for a block to propagate in the Tezos network?

How long does it take for a newly baked block to be received by every other full node (or at least the majority of nodes)? Are there any stats on this?
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Counter not correct after "lost" transaction

We have a transaction that was sent more than 12 hours ago. First it sat in mempool, not it reports to be "lost" - https://tzkt.io/tz1hB5K5FMcPFVLLitZa5ZiNjJrM5RjZG1Sd/operations/ But when ...
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Can't see 35% gas optimization on protocol 009

I looked around and could not see any example of known smart contract (FA1.2, FA2, etc) that is now using less gas then before Florence protocol.
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tz1 to tz1 transaction: why "add 100 for safety"?

When injecting a transaction from a tz1 account to another one, tezos-client will add 100 to the estimated gas. We know that such operation consumes 1427 gas, why increasing it by default? What could ...
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Can anyone refer me to a good code example that creates a Token crowdfunding STO/IDO/ICO contract in Tezos?

Can anyone refer me to a good code example that creates a Token crowdfunding STO/IDO/ICO contract in Tezos? (Comparable to ERC-20 crowdfunding contracts)
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Understanding the latency of `tezos-node`

How can I decrease the lag of my tezos-node? I'm playing around with tezos-node, and I noticed that my node lags behind the blockchain by about 10 seconds. Specifically, I'm seeing a difference of ...
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Account is not revealed even after reveal operation

I created a new account and funded it. Then I had to perform a reveal operation to get an opportunity to make transfers. It succeeded and account became revealed (explorer api returned is_revealed = ...
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Lost Tezos to baker or delegator help!

I attempted to stake or delegate Tezos from atomic wallet and now I have no access to my funds, I can see them on the blockchain but how do I retrieve them, if anyone can help it has been a year and I ...
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Are testnet fees representative of mainnet fees?

If I run some operations in testnet and record what fees were incurred, would this be representative of the fees that would occur on mainnet? Related to this, are fees affected by congestion on the ...
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What is the process to migrate the baker/endorser nodes to another server?

In case of hardware/network failure in cloud server what is the process to migrate baker and endorser to the new server? How baker can be punished for downtime during the migration process?
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Any tool to monitor nodes?

Which tools can be used to monitor the tezos node, baker-node, and endorser-node? If there any tool by community/any other please share the link. Monitoring the nodes in terms of performance of nodes ...
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How do I generate my public key hash?

I have most of the data for my ICO wallet except the public key hash. The PDF that came with that data is gone, so no I cant go find it there. Is there no way I can generate to myself? I have the eth ...
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Do any changes need to be made to the Tezos codebase in order to use 'Payment Codes', as described in BIP 47

Payment code use should bring greater privacy and resistance to forensic analysis of the network to any crypto-currency and community that adopts it. Are there any changes that need to be made to ...
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Is it possible to create a tezos address without paying a fee to do so, or revealing which address paid for the fee?

Is it possible to create a tezos address without paying a fee to do so, or revealing which address paid for the fee? I am curious about this because address reuse and every new address having to be ...

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