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The client always applies the same gas safety margin of 100 gas units and it is indeed useless for transactions to implicit accounts. Don't hesitate to open a feature request on https://gitlab.com/tezos/tezos if you would like the client to be smarter about this.


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We know that such operation consumes 1427 gas This is not true. During the Delphi protocol upgrade, gas costs were significantly reduced. You can now send to a TZ1 address for ~500 gas. Estimating fees for each request ensures that you benefit from any changes in the latest protocol, and/or any new costs are taken into account. 100 is added to estimations ...


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An option not yet mentioned is the morley-client library for Haskell devs, which is part of the larger morley framework. Its executable currently does not provide many options, but the library has a much wider coverage and it's what the network tests in cleveland are based upon. You can find a better description of the main morley tools in the dedicated wiki ...


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There are a lot of good libraries for Tezos that can be found on Tezos Developer Portal. As a C# dev I use the Netezos, Tezos SDK for .NET.


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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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It's not possible to derive the mnemonic from a private key. Just create a new wallet using Galleon/Temple/Kukai/Atomex/other and transfer your funds using tezos-client.


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You have visibly found a bug in the client typechecking command. Don't hesitate to open an issue for it on https://gitlab.com/tezos/tezos. I bet that the client is confused by the storage type of the inner script ({ parameter string ; storage string ; code { CAR ; NIL operation ; PAIR } }).


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