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In the meanwhile, I found this: Eosio lock. Could be a solution?


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You can.. Create a token on an existing token contract where it's administered by a trusted party. Or, Create your own token contract then remove the keys from the account, therefore making it possible to update.


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I am after knowing this too. Not deferred transactions but a looped timer Timer(6000ms){ Update tables } Without having an external script running Calltocontract(){ Run update } As that could fail and leave hours of no update I guess only one way to find out though and that’s to try it Need to perform automatic smart contract function execution This is how ...


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if a contract account contractact1 has a table named people, and you want to fetch the data in that table from within the contractact2 contract account then you need to : provide the exact same definition of that struct [[eosio::table]] people{}; in your contract(contractact2) and, use the exact same typedef/ using statement for the people table as it was ...


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