luchonacho
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Tezos as an employer
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On the one hand, this is no different than me making a lemonade stand in a random street and making money from it, giving a made-up invoice for it. Is the "money" taxable? Not really, because it is ...

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How is the hash code of blocks generated?
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Part 1 of my question was answered by Michael. What about the second part? Well, I just had a look at it. What I did is: extract the full series of hash codes, from block 1 to the latest (VERY LONG). ...

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Nano Ledger and baking
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You can delegate with the Ledger. I know of three (soon four) good guides. Using a command line approach (the tezos-client). This requires that you run a node. Yet, if you do so, then why not to bake ...

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Looking for a payout script or software
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There is a brand new tool called Gingerbread, which the link describes as: an open source dashboard application that makes it easier for bakers to track rewards and payout their delegators.

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Using Ledger Nano S to bake/endorse. Guide?
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Version 0.5.0 of Kiln allows you to bake from the Ledger Nano S using a GUI (rather than command line approach, as the one in the other answer). See here or here.

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What is the circulating supply?
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Well, the "official" information, available in tzscan API but also here is that of 785,312,974.863851. This is also shown in other websites that draw from that API (like coingecko). You are right ...

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