Mack Baise
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Available snapshots for main net?
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Here is an update for this question, these snapshots work perfectly when you extract them with xz. https://github.com/Phlogi/tezos-snapshots Rolling curl -s https://api.github.com/repos/Phlogi/...

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smart contract for automatic baking/endorsement rewards to delegators
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I really recommend taps, I have been running Tezos Japan for a year now and it has worked perfectly for me. I can even pay out bond holders a set percentage we agree on.

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How do I build a Tezos node and start baking from the sources on Ubuntu?
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Here is a step by step updated guide on how to build a Tezos node from the sources on Ubuntu, also see my youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAHoF-oO71U DOWNLOADS AND LINKS Ubuntu ...

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Tezos main net node: Hardware specs
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I've been running a baker on a raspberry pi with 4CPU's and 4 gigs of ram for no issues. Also running a node on vultr(cloud provider) for testnet, 2 cpu with 4 gigs of ram, no issues at all running ...

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How to check if my baker is active?
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"Delegates will be tagged as “deactivated” after 5 cycles of inactivity and they will lose their baking rights" ---cycles are approximately 3 days each, so about 15 days later you will lose baking ...

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How to format the call to the "do" entry point on manager.tz contracts in order to transfer funds to account X"
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There is no need to edit the "do" entry point since they are the manager. All that is required is for them to import the KT1 address into their wallet and they can send the funds.

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How do I set up a tezos node via command line on Ubuntu?
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Here are the updated step-by-step instructions on how to build a Tezos node(fresh Ubuntu install) become superuser sudo su update system sudo su sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y ...

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How to import a wallet created with Tezbox via command line
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with tezbox, you can go to wallet options and view the private key, then you can import that private key via command line: ./tezos-client import secret key unencrypted: note: edesk means the secret ...

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Standard for generating Mnemonic words for wallets
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Normally we all use BIP39, it is the standard tz1 address

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Missing more blocks than normal (Fitness/Mempool issue)
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Make sure to keep your tezos node/baker daemon updated. The recent upgrade to 8.1 is very stable

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Is it possible to run a baker in AWS and secure your keys with AWS CloudHSM
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yeah, but foundation bakers were missing a lot of endorsements due to the t3 address types, apparently that was fixed in this upgrade v8.1. https://tzstats.com/tz3RDC3Jdn4j15J7bBHZd29EUee9gVB1CxD9 As ...

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About delegating XTZ
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There is no risk to you , however you should redelegate your coins because that baker will lose his bond and also lose baking rights meaning you probably won't receive rewards. Plus a shady baker ...

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For baking with the ledger, what should I set the high watermark to?
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Talking to some people at the meetup tonight. You should set the watermark to the nearest block, then input that with your ledger so it isn't trying to confirm previous blocks. I'll update this ...

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Galleon v0.9b - how to delegate XTZ to multiple bakers from a Manager Address?
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you would have to create kt1 addresses via a smart contract and delegate with those on a per-contract basis. I'm still waiting for someone to answer my question as to how to make these smart contract ...

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Getting other people to bake with you
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Feel free to delegate to Tezos-Japan https://tezosjapan.info/?page_id=184 When smart-contracts are available that allow for baking bond contracts then we can work together. Cheers!

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How do you create a secondary KT1 contact under your TZ address?
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CORRECT ANSWER: Be sure to do a test run and only send a small amount of Tezos to make sure you have control of the smart contract. Once you confirm you can send and receive Tezos from the smart ...

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