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There are about 50k rolls right now, and 4096 blocks per cycle. Based on this, you can work out using the following: probableBakesPerCycle = (2/49997) * 4096; About 0.16 bakes per cycle, or 1 bake every 6.1 cycles. https://tzscan.io currently shows the number of rolls as well


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Assuming there are N rolls, you have 2 chances out of N to be selected to bake at level X with priority Y N = 2, you will be selected with probability 1, N = 4, you will be selected with probability 1/2, N = 49941 (which is the number of rolls for cycle 80), you'll be selected with probability 0,000040047 (for each priority of each level) This means that ...


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Assignment of baking rights in a cycle are independent choices. So the probability for you to get at least one baking right with prio 0 in a cycle is: (1-((50000-2)/50000)^4096) = 15.1%


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You can migrate to Galleon. A previous answer used a fake address for Galleon. Google "Galleon Tezos" https://cryptonomic.tech/galleon.html Another usual advice is to change the rpc setting in tezbox to another node such as https://mainnet-tezos.giganode.io.


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The RPC descriptions in the documentations are generally pretty self explanatory but let's try to clear it up by an example. Say I have a tz account that I own with a total of 11000 XTZ. I bake with this account. My friend Bob who has 5000 XTZ in a KT address, he delegates his funds for me to bake for his behalf. Though inconsequential, we combine for 2 ...


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If by account you mean baker, then https://bakendorse.com does what you ask for. The stats page has the cumulative unlocked earnings of your baker and avg. earnings per cycle. see this example: https://bakendorse.com/#/bakers/tz1eFXLaCUcKbhXkLBGUGMGNY9tKHjWGG25V/projected_stats


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The most significant benefit of an on premise solution is the availability of devices like the Ledger Nano S which are a proven mechanism for securing your private keys. With a cloud provider like Azure you do not have such a straightforward means to secure your keys. In theory you can make use of their dedicated HSM but it is not as clearly documented/...


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