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What version of Galleon were you using when you did these operations? If you were using an older version, it is possible that the gas/storage limit or the required min fee was not compatible with protocol 003. Upgrading your wallet to v0.7.0b (https://github.com/Cryptonomic/Deployments/wiki/Galleon:-Releases) and trying the same operations again should fix ...


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You can display your private key with: tezos-client show address your_address_alias -S and copy it for your new wallet


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A common cause of transfer errors from KT1 accounts is that there is not enough tez in the manager account to cover the fee.


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You can originate multiple KT1 accounts sharing the same tz1 manager and have each KT1 account delegate to separate bakers. However one tz1 account can only delegate to a single baker.


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Andy from AirGap here. I'm not sure which "validation process" you mean. Could you please provide more details about what exactly you mean? As you mentioned, AirGap currently connects to nodes/servers hosted and secured by us. We plan to add a feature that lets users enter a custom node/server in case ours ever goes down. We might also add a small list ...


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I haven't tried it, but in theory it should work as long as you use the same derivation path. However, if you are migrating to the ledger because you want to secure your funds more, then you shouldn't use the same seedphrase that you used on your computer. Instead, you should create a completely new seedphrase with the Ledger or AirGap (offline device) and ...


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1- Your Tz1 address is the implicit account and Kt1 addresses are smart contracts. Each implicit account can only delegate to one baker. Ledger supports having several implicit accounts, however Galleon does not. 2- In order to withdraw your XTZ from your KT1 account, click on the ''manage delegation'' tab and on ''withdraw''. Enter the amount that you ...


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