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It is possible to have a hot-standby signer albeit I would recommend against it. In order to have a hot-standby, you initialise a second ledger with the same seed as the first one. Then you need a strategy that describes in what cases the standby signer becomes active. The downside of a standby signer is that you lose the double-sign protection that the ...


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Implicit (tz* accounts) can be removed by storage by reducing the balance to 0, and ensuring the account isn't a registered delegate. If the account is registered, there's no direct way to de-register, you just need to wait for the grace period to end. Do note, additional gas (and therefore fees) are required to empty and remove an implicit account from ...


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Looks like a good start. Unless your (4G)-router has a battery consider an uninterruptible power source (UPS). A second laptop with signer and additional ledger on standby in a separate location close by will improve HA in case of hardware problems, fire/water damage or a prolonged power outage. Probably more important is your software setup. Does the ...


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Am I understanding correctly, that I can store for example my rental contract as a Smart Contract and then it is made official with baking it with bakers? Like in all open blockchain systems, you can run a full node, which downloads all blockchain data. Once it has been synced, it can propagate new transactions and blocks to network, can validate new ...


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The main risk with using multiple ledger/bakers is the risk of double-baking/double-endorsing which will make you lose your bond. So technically the answer to your question is "yes" however to be proper it relies on your setup's ability to make sure that at any one time at most one baking node is able to talk to the network. There are various ways to ...


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