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This is probably a bug. I've created an issue here and we will investigate it further. It would be helpful if you could post an example transaction that triggers this to make it easier to reproduce.


It means inserting a signed operation into the mempool, that then will be broadcasted to other nodes in the network and hopefully included by a baker in a block.


Yes. Tell your tezos-client to use a public RPC node that accepts injections (not all do). tezos-client -A transfer 50 from tz1.. to tz1... You'll need to find a public RPC that allows injections. I think does

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