Vlad
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How to get current (last) RAM price?
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Yes you're on the right track. Running cleos -u https://nodes.get-scatter.com:443 get table eosio eosio rammarket gives you: { "rows": [{ "supply": "10000000000.0000 RAMCORE", "base": ...

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How can I find out the API endpoint for a block producer
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You can find the api endpoint for any BP by querying their bp.json file. The bp.json file has information about the BP publishing it, and among other things it has a key called api_endpoint which is ...

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How can you add or change the keys for the owner of an account?
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To change the owner key, you can use this command: cleos set account permission account_name owner EOS_public_key_of_new_owner -p account_name@owner Multiple owners on an account is essentially a ...

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What EOS.IO testnets are available out there?
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UPDATED: Jungle is: http://dev.cryptolions.io/ Their github: https://github.com/CryptoLions/EOS-Jungle-Testnet

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How do I cleanly shut down NodeOS?
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pkill nodeos or just kill <PID> where pid is nodeos's pid. basically do not do: kill -9 <PID>

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Rename account? Can an account name be changed?
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You cannot rename (nor delete) an account. Once created an account exists on the blockchain forever (immutability of blockchains and all that, transactions and accounts stay on forever). You could ...

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How does buying and selling RAM work on EOS?
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Please read Introducing EOSIO Dawn 4.0 where it is explained in details. The TL;DR is that RAM will be bought and sold at market price (but that's an oversimplification - you should refer to the ...

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Slowing testnet for testing
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You can pause and resume block production on your node through the corresponding HTTP API calls. The documentation is here: https://developers.eos.io/eosio-nodeos/reference To enable the pause/...

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I can not find a definition for require_auth2, what does this do and how?
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What does it do: With require_auth2 you are specifying both the account name and the permission level you need. You would call require_auth2 as follows: require_auth2(account_name, N(...

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After launch, who has the voting and staking rights of EOS held in an exchange?
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When you vote your tokens are staked for 3 days. If the exchanges were to use the users's funds to vote, these tokens would get staked (essentially frozen, unmovable) and they run the risk of not ...

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Account Not Coming Up Through Command Line
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./cleos get account (NAME) implies you're connecting to a locally running nodeos (which I have to assume is not configured to connect to the mainnet). To connect to the mainnet you need to use the -...

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Is accounts namespace similar to domain namespace?
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No. the accounts: accountA.companyX.com accountB.companyY.com can have different owners.

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