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Deposit and bond are different notions or not?
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The protocol defines two constants "block_security_deposit" and "endorsement_security_deposit". On mainnet these are currently 512 and 64. These deposits are paid by bakers/...

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Is there any verify method to verify a signature in Tezos?
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check that <bytes> was signed by <key> to produce <signature> [-q --quiet] Check the signature of a byte sequence as per Michelson instruction CHECK_SIGNATURE. bytes: the signed ...

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How to retrieve data from smart-contract using javascript?
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As of the current Babylon protocol and the upcoming Carthage, the RPC only provides you the ability to retrieve the value for a known key that you provide to the RPC. But even in this scenario you ...

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One of my bakers has been hacked. Any negative impacts on delegators?
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The is no negative impact on delegators tokens when a baker gets hacked. When you delegate your tokens in Tezos they are not locked up and they remain in your custody and control. Note that this ...

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Originate contract with init
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More details would help, but from what you put in the comment you have several problems with your current init. Pair should be capitaliized You incorrectly are using keywords map and list, they arent ...

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Delegating from a Kt1 address locked my coins, how can I fix it?
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You created a contract which can only transfer funds when it receives a call to do so from its "manager" account which was specified at origination and is the only value the contract has in its ...

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How long does it take for a transaction made from the CLI?
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Tezos has a block time of 1 minute. This means that under ideal network conditions a new block will be created every minute. If you submit a valid transaction with appropriate fees to the network by ...

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What is the size limit of a list in Michelson
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The practical limit to the size of a list in Michelson is the amount of gas it will cost to call the contract. Every time a contract is called it is parsed, which means the contract code and entire ...

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Where can I go to study how to make smart contracts
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The first place to go will always be the main Tezos developer portal found at https://developers.tezos.com/ From there you primarily need to determine which smart contract language best fits with ...

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How many days after registering a baker can you delegate to another baker to make sure you don't miss the rewards from the grace period?
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From a Tezos protocol perspective the answer is you don't have to wait at all and there is no grace period. This is a common misunderstanding, but you need to think in cycles which are made up of ...

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How to initialize storage using tezos-client
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The error message describes the expected type: "is not an expression of type map key_hash nat" Maps are defined with braces { } and each element starts with Elt and is delimited from others with a ...

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Error while initializing storage in contract deployment
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Your error message describes the type you are failing to initialize properly: "is not an expression of type pair (map address mutez) (map address timestamp)". First you need to specify each map with ...

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How to ascertain the nature of a miss
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It is not possible to directly retrieve from the RPCs the information you are requesting. Some public services index chain metadata in order to be able to provide extra historical details. For ...

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Is there a manual/tutorial describing how to automate baker payouts when using kiln?
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Kiln is currently the easiest approach to running your own baker in the Tezos ecosystem. It is early in it's development and iterating quickly. But the focus clearly is to help people bake for ...

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Where are the API docs for SmartPy?
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SmartPy is still early stage and under development with new features being added regularly. The main links to documentation can be found on their website https://smartpy.io/ -- these all mostly point ...

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What are the downsides of sending delegator rewards before they are unlocked?
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If a baker sends rewards out to its delegation prior to the 5 cycle delayed unfreezing, the two primary baker specific downsides are: The baker needs to have the additional funds available and not ...

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How many bakers on currently baking on tezos?
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The number of bakers on the tezos network for the current cycle is often underreported. In tezos every node validates each block, whereas bakers produce blocks (baking) and also endorse the blocks of ...

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Missing Blocks for Months now - No endorsements present in mempool
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This is a known problem. As discussed on gitlab, it seems to be two problems disguised as one. The first problem is poor connectivity leading to the baker waiting and missing blocks. The second ...

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Amending the P2P Layer
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The P2P layer is part of the shell and is not amended via the onchain governance. Improvements to the existing approach are always welcome by contributing to the gitlab. People are also free to work ...

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How to use both linked ledger and fundraiser wallet with tezbox?
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Tezbox currently only allows you to view/manage one set of keys at a time. In your case either your fundraiser ICO keys or your ledger keys. Until they add the ability to view multiple wallets/keys, ...

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Forgot password issue
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Hopefully the question can be edited to be clearer, but I do think it is worthwhile to provide an explanation of the different passwords that might be used in accessing the ICO tokens for the first ...

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How long does it take to sync the entire chain?
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To fully sync the entire chain from the start should take a little under 24 hours depending on the speed of your SSD. If you are using non-SSD it can take many days and is not recommended. New ...

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Time for bootstrapping a node in alphanet
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Alphanet size is currently around 13 GB. It is a very IO intensive process and it is recommended you use SSD where it it should take less than 4 hours to complete. There isn't a commonly used ...

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Wallet using the secure enclave of the iPhone
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There isn't currently a wallet for iOS using the secure enclave. But the tz3 accounts use p-256 encryption and were put in primarily to support iOS, Android, and other devices which are only ...

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How do I know my password or backup information is not being shared when creating a new wallet?
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Any wallet software you choose to run comes with risks you should be fully aware of in order to properly protect yourself. Whether its a web, desktop, or mobile app you are running code that someone ...

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How does the tezos blockchain security model works?
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The delegators have nothing to do with the validity of the transactions signed by their delegate/baker. The delegated funds are never at risk and that is why it is always safe to delegate your tokens. ...

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How to add and transfer from originated accounts in the CLI wallet
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when working with the Tezos command line client it's useful know that you can give accounts an alias to make it easier to enter commands: client add address <new alias> <public key hash to ...

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MyTezosBaker Efficiency
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The simplest way to calculate efficiency and the one currently used by that site is the following formula: (bakes + endorses) divided by (priority 0 bakes rights + endorse rights) Using that ...

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How I can properly stop baking?
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You will not incur any penalties as long as you don't double bake so you can just stop running your nodes. The key thing when shutting down is to remember that you have earned future baking rights 7 ...

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What are my remedies if I forgot the password I created during the fundraiser?
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For those that don't have their ICO password it's important to understand that the password you provided was combined with the email you entered into a single passphrase. In order to access your funds ...

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