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the producers all agree "offline" and then sign a multi-sig message setting the current max block size and total available RAM.


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Blocks always need to be produced due to there always being the potential for an action to be sent to the chain. If blocks are not produced, that action would then have additional latency added to it for the time it would take the chain to start and produce a block for one action. Also, if the chain is not flowing, there would not be a mechanism for ...


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Rewards are coming from inflation, 1% per year is for block producer rewards. New tokens are being produced and given to the block producers. EOS is a DPOS blockchain and as such the production of blocks is not a competition between the block producers but a cooperation. The block producers take turns and each one produces 12 consecutive blocks which takes ...


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You can get the total vote weight curl -sd '{"scope":"eosio", "code":"eosio", "table":"global", "json": true}' http://api.eosn.io/v1/chain/get_table_rows | jq '.rows[0].total_producer_vote_weight' Then you can divide each row in th producer table by that number to get the fraction curl -...


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First of all, please double-check your startup command as yours is modified comparing to the example: nodeos -e -p eosio \ --plugin eosio::producer_plugin \ --plugin eosio::producer_api_plugin \ --plugin eosio::chain_api_plugin \ --plugin eosio::http_plugin \ --plugin eosio::history_plugin \ --plugin eosio::history_api_plugin \ --filter-on="" \ --...


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Do BPs broadcast this information to each other, is this information embedded in each block that is published, or do BPs query each other for this information? This information is in the global table of eosio here: $ cleos get table eosio eosio global you can see max_ram_size Also how is that information determined? What is the mechanism for a BP to ...


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The plugin will only be accessible to RPC clients which connect to nodes which run the plugin. A common case will be websites connecting to nodes running the plugins needed to support that website.


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