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Existing accounts may create new accounts, but that doesn't make the new accounts servants of the existing ones. By default, they're not. There are two cleos commands which create accounts: cleos create account only works when the system contract isn't loaded cleos system newaccount only works when the system contract is loaded. The mainchain is like this. ...


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As I can not comment yet due to the low reputation as I made the account recently, I have some queries related to your problem. You are running cleos command at port 8899 whereas you did not mention the port 8899 while starting the blockchain. It might have set the default port 8888 which might be the reason of failing this command. ./keosd --data-dir data ...


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This error is caused by recent updates to the EOSIO system contract, and is not a bug caused by the new eosjs v20 beta. In versions 1.4.0 & 1.5.0, the name field within eosio::newaccount has been changed to newact. And, then, in their respective follow-up version 1.4.1 & 1.5.1, the field was reverted back to name. You can fix this bug by changing ...


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I have Installed eosjs(16.0.x) and also I use promises apply some other changes, If someone goes through this problem, you can see I defined my config file like : let config = { chainId: '038f4b0fc8ff18a4f0842a8f0564611f6e96e8535901dd45e43ac8691a1c4dca', // 32 byte (64 char) hex string keyProvider: [creator_account_active_key], // WIF string or array ...


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If you know your account name go this site and there is a option called Account Info on the top left corner. Click on that and put your account name. After enter you will find all info , ram and cpu allocation to your account. Now there is a option at top Get accounts transactions history. History. click on history and you will get who created your account....


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I've done some testing and apparently it is because the first time you create an account, it will also buy RAM for the first time if you haven't bought manually before, and that will create some DB entries that will use up some RAM of the creator account. Same thing happens with the bandwidth delegation part of creating a new account (which is optional, by ...


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