Blindripper
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How do I upgrade a Tezos node?
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21 votes

git checkout mainnet && git pull && make build-deps && eval $(opam env) && make

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How to make an offline transaction?
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19 votes

Option 1 Kukai https://kukai.app/ Step 0 First make sure you have a secure offline environment for your wallet. You can either have a dedicated computer for it or a bootable Linux USB Flash Drive (...

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Is there an official roadmap for the Tezos development?
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Tezos will never have anything "official". That's simply not possible for Decentralized Blockchain Projects. The moment something is "official", means somebody is in charge of it. That's not the case ...

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Limitations of the self-amending ledger?
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The "protocol" can be upgraded with on-chain-governance, everything else cannot. (But as we see with current storage optimizations, other parts can also be upgraded, without on-chain-governance.)

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How to reactivate an inactive baker?
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9 votes

If a delegate doesn’t show any sign of activity for preserved_cycles it is marked inactive and its rights are removed. This mechanism is important to remove inactive delegates and reallocate their ...

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Available snapshots for main net?
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You can already get full mode snapshots here. Alphanet Archive and Mainnet Archive coming soon™.

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Too few connections, config.json?
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Ok, i've tried to open ports, generated a new identity, added peers manually (like iguer) adviced, but nothing helped. But a guy called "Krixt" in the Tezos Baking slack wrote this script: #!/bin/...

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What are the steps to claim my XTZ account?
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You can also do it via the tezos-client. Step 1) Get your activation key here: https://tezos.com/get-started/ Step 2 Optional, if you don't have a node set up: https://github.com/tezoscommunity/FAQ/...

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Roll size and node performance
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7 votes

Just asked that question at riot. The answer from our very wise Adrian Brink:

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Double baking monitoring
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Kiln is a open-source Bake-monitor solution. Kiln alerts users if a Monitored Node: 1.Is on the wrong network 2.Is not on the fittest branch 3.Falls behind the current head block level 4.Cannot be ...

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How to activate Private Mode for Tezos node
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The node can be set in private mode with the option --private-mode It doesn’t connect to any peer other than those provided with --peer or in bootstrap-peers

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Why run a node in Tezos?
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5 votes

You will get "Full Rewards" if you run a node/baker by your own. If you use a delegation-service you will have to pay a fee (5 - 50% of the Baking-Rewards; depending on the Delegation-Service Service ...

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What is the optimal frequency for delegating your excess proceeds as a solo baker?
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It makes totally sense, to delegate the "excess XTZ". Just full rolls bake for you. Every undelegated XTZ (considering the fee) above a full roll are wasted rewards. The calculation is looking good ...

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How does Tezos voting process work in practice?
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There is already a Guide from Obsidian, about Voting with a Ledger Nano SOURCE: https://github.com/tezoscommunity/FAQ/blob/master/Compile_Mainnet.md

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setting up a solo baker with 10k XTZ
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There is a calculator to compare delegation-service rewards: https://mytezosbaker.com/calculator And a pretty good site that shows the solo baking rewards: https://stakingrewards.com/asset/xtz Or ...

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How do I begin developing on the Tezos network?
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There are several useful Tools/SDKs, this are some that come to my mind: https://github.com/TezTech/eztz https://github.com/maht0rz/tezos-environment-manager https://github.com/keefertaylor/...

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Reveal secp256k1 public key on Babylonnet
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Questions was solved in another channel (https://t.me/TezosDevelopers). Answer from BakingBad: "Tezos supports pubkey revealing for tz2 addresses. You just need to use correct message Tag. You can ...

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Are there public testnet rpc nodes?
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The Testnet formerly known as "Alphanet" is now called "Babylonnet". Public node address: https://rpcalpha.tzbeta.net/ Future Testnets will get the name of the actual protocol. More Infos here

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How do Tezos nodes achieve consensus on snapshots?
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From the docs: "We admit, for the time being, that the protocol generates a random seed for each cycle. From this random seed, we can seed a CSPRNG which is used to draw baking rights for a cycle." ...

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How to create a delegatable implicit account via command line? I want to delegate to a baker from a TZ1 address
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I didn't try it but the "normal" way doesn't work? ./tezos-client set delegate for "my_implicit" to "delegate" Source: https://tezos.gitlab.io/api/cli-commands.html?highlight=set%20delegate Since ...

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How to group rewards from delegation services on multiple KT1 accounts per cycle?
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That should help you (Example TzScan API): https://api6.tzscan.io/v3/delegator_rewards_with_details/KT1BNVf6f359fNbokCKMXuKNmpzUy3Nwugyj Just put in one of the KT1 adresses and it will show you the ...

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Running an alphanet node
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1 votes

Tezos Alphanet is now called "Babylonnet". Future Testnets will get the name of the actual active (or future) protocol. Follow this guide to setup a Babylon Testnet node.

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import full block error
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1 votes

The command is wrong. You need to download the file from https://tezosshots.com/; put it into your Tezos folder and import. Try: ~/tezos/tezos-node snapshot import mainnet.full --data-dir /mnt/data/...

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Snapshot for alphanet
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You can already get full mode snapshots here. Alphanet Archive and Mainnet Archive coming soon™ (maybe till end of this week).

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How does the accuser determine which account identified a double baking
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It isn't relevant "who" identified the double baking. Because the Baker, that includes the evidence in (one of the next) Blocks, submits the evidence to the network.

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"Missing protocol 'ProtoGenesis' for the current block" when I launch a node
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I think i've seen this screenshots already at the baker slack or riot. This should solve the "problem": git checkout mainnet && git pull && make build-deps && eval $(opam ...

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How to create a wallet in Ledger Nano S?
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First: Yes you need to run a node to do this. Here is a Tutorial, how to do it with CLI. It looks more than it takes, if you use LedgerLive ( to install the Tezos Wallet (and Baking) App.

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