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Where can one find the total amount of EOS staked on the network?

What is the total amount of EOS staked on the network? You can check the balance of eosio.stake e.g. $ cleos get account eosio.stake So the remaining EOS can be seen as just sitting on the ...
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How to write a contract to stake my own token without doing transfer?

This problem I have solved by using table query. I hope my solution can help you. First I publish my stake contract to account A, it has "stake, unstake" actions, and has "stat, staking_log, ...
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I've converted my EOS to REX, do I need to stake it to earn interest or just let it be?

Once you have buy REX token you just have to wait for the rex token price to goes up in the market with this formula REX price = (Total Lent + Total Unlent) / Total REX To withdraw the dividend you ...
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Stake EOS and then unstake

If you see the system_contract::delegatebw, you will know that Stake is transfer to a third party account and make a record. If you want do the things you mentioned: have trusted stake account hold ...
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how can I unstake EOS Tokens staked to others?

You can use cleos to undelegatebw: cleos -u https://api.eosbean.com:443 system undelegatebw youraccount1 otheraccount "0.1 EOS" "0.2 EOS" -p youraccount1@active In which, youraccount1 is your own ...
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Process of securing a hacked EOS account?

Here is my basic incident response plan if an EOS account I control is hacked: Regain control of the hacked account by changing the owner/active key pairs Identify all transactions if any that were ...
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Process of securing a hacked EOS account?

As I never did this, do I load my OWNER private key into a new wallet and then change the active key to something else to prevent the hacker from doing anything? Yes. Or is there another step I do ...
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Where is the best place to get API calls of what happens to an account?

You can use the get_actions filter on a Websocket connection and keep that running, and trigger things on your side with the https://dfuse.io API.
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Where is the best place to get API calls of what happens to an account?

EOSTracker is a block explorer that stores actions for users and also provides an API.
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Is there some type of email alert notification service when something happens to an EOS account?

Yes, EOS Authority provides such a service: https://eosauthority.com/alerts
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