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Decent bakery architecture?

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 ...
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Is a VPS with DDOS protection sufficient security for a Tezos bakery?

Short answer is no it is not. DDOS is actually a secondary security concern when baking. First and foremost you should be securing access to your baking server and your private keys. If someone gains ...
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How to activate Private Mode for Tezos node

The node can be set in private mode with the option --private-mode It doesn’t connect to any peer other than those provided with --peer or in bootstrap-peers
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Looking for a payout script or software

There are a few choices that I know of: Tezos Reward Distributor Backerei TAPS You be the judge. Also be aware that it is likely in the not so far off future, on-chain reward mechanisms will be ...
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Looking for a payout script or software

Tezos Reward Distributor is a great solution for this problem.
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Is a VPS with DDOS protection sufficient security for a Tezos bakery?

Highly recommend learning how to bake without bake chain. Running a bakery requires certain skills, like being able to work with the tezos client. If that is too daunting, then frankly, you do not ...
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What is exactly a 'bakery fee'?

If we are talking about the service_fee, that's how much the baker charges for the service from the share of the delegator. Read more about TRD configuration: https://tezos-reward-distributor-...
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