Don't want to start a fight as I'm sure this has been covered, sorry if I trigger people! :)
I was intent on reaching 32 ETH to stake once PoS is launched (if) but the fundementals, use cases and all round appeal of Tezos has me questioning my goal.
Just curious if anyone who was originally focussed on ETH has shifted to Tezos and if they can point me to any articles or posts that cover this?
Also, recommendations on a validator that I can use with my Ledger would be appreciated.
Gonna sit down tonight and properly read the WP to wrap my head around the project as a while. Seems incredibly promising although I'm hesitant as I remember dark days early on for Tezos.
Thanks a bunch.
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I have a roll of Tezos, a last generation mac mini that is just sitting in the closet, a Ledger Nano x, a solid 400 mb internet connection, and some coding skills. I've been delegating and have been reliably receiving my interest minus the 15% fee. My question is, is it worth it to bake myself? Ultimately, it only adds 2% to the bottom line right? Still, it would be a fun project while I'm stuck in the house ...
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I've seen people confused about the differences between exchanges so I did some research on some of the most popular Crypto to Fiat Exchanges. These are all exchanges I have personal experience with. They are all solid products but they come with slightly different user experiences and fees.
If you would like to learn in more detail about the UI/UX, Fees, and difference between Coinbase, Coinbase Pro, Cash App, and Kraken read my complete article on the Best Crypto Exchanges
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Payzos will allow merchants to convert Tezos payment to Stablecoin automatically using DEX bypassing centralized processors like Bitpay
TezCast The Tezos Podcast | Ep. 5: Adrian Brink from Cryptium Labs on Tezos core and the future of baking
Where to Listen — Direct links to this episode:
In this episode, we discuss the past, present, and future of Tezos core and baking with Adrian Brink.
Adrian Brink is the CTO of Cryptium Labs and one of the most instrumental core developers in Tezos. In our interview, Adrian discusses his path from baker to core developer, current developments emerging in Tezos core, answers audience questions. He also shares his thoughts on future developments in Tezos that he would like to see!
Adrian also addresses advancements to baking (now and planned for future proposals). In the baking segment, we discuss the growth of the baking services, opportunities, and threats to the diversity of the baking landscape, as well as modular developments such as programmable staking, baking accounts, and bakepools.
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I want to end delegating with Galleon in 2 single Kt1-adresses.
The accounts do not have funds any more but will get rewards for some more cycles. Can I end delegation that the rewards are paid to my tz1-adress? I have read something about this possibility. How dies it work and where are the remaining rewards paid to?
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I have been baking for some time with my Ledger Nano S. After about 3 days the Ledger display shuts off. Is this a standby mode or does it really turn off? Or is this a problem of my USB port and the power is shut off which then turns my Ledger off? If anyone has already had the same problem and can help me I would be very pleased!
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I'm an ICO contributor, and I'm just now getting around to transferring my XTZ to my Ledger Nano S. Up until this point it had just been sitting in my TezBox desktop wallet, delegating away, and I was happy to leave it there untouched earning some passive income.
However, now when I try to send my XTZ to my Ledger - I'm getting this error that reads "Operation Failed! - Forge Validation Error - Local and Remote Bytes Don't Match".
I checked to make sure TezBox was up to date, and it is. Can anyone help me out, or suggest an alternative route? If I have my original seed from my ICO, can I just download a new wallet and import the seed there and transfer the funds that way? (Sorry if this is a noob question)
Thanks for your help :)
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