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You can stop delegating using the following command: tezos-client withdraw delegate from See here for a list of all client commands.


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In layman terms, delegating means you are giving someone else, the baker, the ability to create new blocks using your tokens. Let me be absolutely clear that you are never transferring tokens to a baker. Your tokens are always 100% in your control. Bakers are rewarded for creating new blocks and typically share that reward with those that delegate to them. I ...


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Simply enter your address into here to see future payouts. https://baking-bad.org/


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First you have to find out the snapshot# with RPC: snapshotnum = chains/main/head/context/raw/json/cycle/CYCLE#>/roll_snapshot Then you get the level that snapshot was. heres how its done in python, showing the constants that are used: snapshotlevel = ((<CYCLE> - constants['preserved_cycles'] - 2) * constants['blocks_per_cycle']) + ((int(...


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All your XTZ are staked within a single address. So, if you stake 100 then transfer in another 200, all 300 will automatically stake. However, each new addition to your wallet must go through the standard waiting period. Check your rewards by using https://baking-bad.org/ This will show you when your rewards are expected. Otherwise, contact your baker ...


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I didn't try it but the "normal" way doesn't work? ./tezos-client set delegate for "my_implicit" to "delegate" Source: https://tezos.gitlab.io/api/cli-commands.html?highlight=set%20delegate Since Babylon, there is no need to "flag" an implicit account as "delegatable" "In protocol 005, tz accounts which are not registered as delegate can be delegated ...


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For a smaller baker with only a few rolls, a couple factors need to be considered. This includes the hardware costs and costs from the time spent to learn and maintain the software. The hardware costs are generally low, it's not zero. Just for reference, some people claim to be baking on a raspberry pi (I have my doubts for a long term setup). If Tezos is to ...


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No, once you register an address as a delegate it's not possible to un-register it or change its delegation. Hopefully this will change in the future.


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