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Do tokens waiting to be unstaked still function as staked tokens?

If I unstake 1000 EOS tokens, for example, do they still work as staked tokens during the 3-day waiting period? i.e. will bp votes I have cast still count until the exact moment they are unstaked?
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Waiting for staking

I've received this error : billed CPU time (1277 us) is greater than the maximum billable CPU time for the transaction (0 us). I guess I need to stake EOS for CPU. If I stake for example, 3.0 EOS for ...
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Is it possible to transfer CPU eos staked from one account to another

If you need to move a staked EOS from um account to another, you would need to unstake it, wait 72 hours and then stake it to the new account. Is there any way to do it quickly by just changing the ...
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Back up EOS ecosystem

I read some comment on reddit and this page, some people talked, EOS uses 21 BPs as active, and all of rest are standby. So I think EOS will use a server as a gateway to handle this like HAProxy, ...
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Is the account 'eosio.stake' a service that's holding over 51% of the EOS?

Looking up the largest holder of EOS, its the account: https://eosflare.io/account/eosio.stake Is this a service and what does it do? And how did it acquire 51% of the stake and does it pose a ...
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Meaning of stake2votes function

eosio_system_tester.hpp: double stake2votes( asset stake ) { auto now = control->pending_block_time().time_since_epoch().count() / 1000000; return stake.get_amount() * pow(2, int64_t((now ...
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How cpu, ram works for eos and are transactions free?

I'm a little bit fuzzy about what's going on for eos. All say transactions are free, but what you do is you make a stake. My questions are: 1) What is a stake? 2) After making a stake, what cpu and ...
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Addition overflow when doing delegatebw in contract

So I wanted to do delegatebw in my contract as a deferred transaction: eosio::transaction out; out.actions.emplace_back(eosio::permission_level{_self, N(active) }, N(eosio), N(delegatebw), std::...
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Stacking EOS on Block Producers Account

I was verifying the amount of EOS staked by BPs. After going through a number of them its seems they have not staked most of their EOS to the NET. https://eosflare.io/account/starteosiobp https://...
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What does it mean to 'stake' tokens?

It is possible to 'stake' EOS tokens, either for yourself or for other users and/or contracts. Further, the staking can be done as either CPU staking or bandwidth staking. What is the purpose of this,...
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Is there any limits on CPU, NET?

I have some questions about CPU, NET resource model. I know RAM is up to 64GB, and more and more people buy RAM, price will be go high, and vice versa. But I don't know about CPU and NET. In my ...
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Why does EOS stay in the refund section sometimes and other times it goes automatically to unstaked section?

I am trying to figure out if there is any reason for this. When I unstake EOS, it shows up on the refund section in a block explorer. Sometimes, the refund goes automatically to unstaked section and ...
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How to get control of my EOS after undelegating?

I had my EOS staked. I ran {undelegate} on a portion of it and waited 72 hours. The amount I unstaked is now showing under "Refund" in the block explorer. To be clear, when I view the address in ...
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When CPU usages shrink?

I created EOS mainnet account and I tested some transfer commands. Each time when I typed transfer commands, my CPU usage increased about 2ms. So I staked EOS to my CPU constantly, and I think ...
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How to take back delegated CPU or NET amounts?

Let's assume there's two account A, B. Here is A and B's current status. A staked : 10 EOS delegated : 0 EOS balance : 100 EOS B staked : 10 EOS delegated : 0 EOS balance : 100 EOS (For ...
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Premium Eos Name Bidding time in UTC

Can anyone tell me what time exactly for the eos premium name bidding first round ends in UTC time and date?
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Does the RAM burn out forever or is it reusable after some time?

I would like to purchase RAM to do some actions such as smart contract executions as well as token transfers. On Ethereum, you would have to pay for gas and the gas burns forever. Am I going to be ...
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Releasing your RAM, not caring for pre-existing records [duplicate]

Say if, I push an action to an existing contract on the EOS main net. This action creates a record in a table/multi index container with me as the payer in the emplace method. No other action ...
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Can I stake back my bandwidth without cost?

Say I have staked enough eos for 10mb of bandwidth. When I run out of bandwidth, can I unstake and stake back as soon as possible to get 10mb more of bandwidth without any cost?
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Whats the difference between staking for CPU and staking for Net Bandwidth?

Can someone explain the difference between staking for CPU and staking for Net Bandwidth?
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Changing unstaking period

I'm trying to change unstaking period 3 days to 5 seconds. I edited /eos/contract/eosio.system/delegate_bandwidth.cpp like below. After that, I executed eosio_build.sh. However, when I execute ...
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What are the staking requirements to launch an airdrop?

Specifically an airdrop to all EOS holders based off the default eosio.token contract.
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Staking and Unstaking methods or commands?

I create account like below.. And its balance is... I knew that I takes 3 days to unstake values.. So, My First question is that how can I unstake some amounts and put them my balance? (for example,...
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How to unstake system token?

I'm trying EOSIO boot-up sequence using EOSIO wiki page. I succeeded setting contracts, creating accounts and producers, and producing blocks from some other nodeoses. But I can't find any method ...
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Staking dapp user EOS tokens

It's possible for a smart contract to stake EOS user account tokens? And then rent them or apply them as the smart contract owner wants, to be able to generate some revenue or to pay for RAM if user ...
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Initial staking window

We know the following: Upon mainnet launch, all the tokens are staked (50% CPU, 50% bandwidth). Staking for RAM & Bandwidth is effective at least for 3 days. A network needs 15% vote of all ...
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After launch, who has the voting and staking rights of EOS held in an exchange?

Since most coins held in exchanges are "actually" owned by the exchange in exchange-controlled wallets, while only nominally owned by the exchange account user according to internal exchange policies, ...
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Staking EOS for bandwidth

How does one go about staking and unstaking their EOS? What if a user has more than one dApp - is it necessary to stake on a dApp basis? And if that’s true, resources used are computed on a dApp basis ...
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Can a contract own EOS which can be staked?

Can a contract own EOS, such that the contract has all the rights and privileges of a person? This includes: bandwidth staking, voting, etc.
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Staking on behalf of third party

Is it possible to stake tokens for an app's bandwidth on behalf of the app owner if you yourself are not the app owner? This could be for applications like charity or leasing, for example.
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How do you define who pays and who stores on your Smart Contract tables?

Sometimes I find myself lost deciding how I will store data for my application. I have a dilemma about: Decentralization vs Accessibility for everybody? Looking to this table, which manage DAOs: // ...