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« Last Edit: November 15, 2014, 02:15:45 PM by toast »
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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2014, 10:44:42 PM »
Does this include claimed DNS shares? My DNS account key is not shown in the file.
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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2014, 11:02:14 PM »
Yes it has DNS. Answered your PM: You need to look up the balance addresses, not your account key. Your account key's derived PTS address will have funds only for delegate pay.
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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2014, 11:22:41 PM »
Thanks toast. My balance is confirmed (2% lower than expected  :-[ but it's OK  8))
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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #4 on: November 10, 2014, 11:24:51 PM »
Thanks toast. My balance is confirmed (2% lower than expected  :-[ but it's OK  8))

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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #5 on: November 10, 2014, 11:57:47 PM »
Yes it has DNS. Answered your PM: You need to look up the balance addresses, not your account key. Your account key's derived PTS address will have funds only for delegate pay.

It will be quite useful [especially for the more stupid of us, like myself] if someone posted the command to get this balance addresses.
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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #6 on: November 11, 2014, 12:58:21 AM »
I'm sorry, but can you remind us non-techies what we're looking at there when we see a number? This includes AGS? PTS? BTS? And by what do we need to divide the number to estimate our allocations? In the example below, what would be the actual balance? Thanks.

For example (random, not mine):

 "raw_address": "12Yd8XtcKX5d2AsB9buhkw4oWwMKczMjqW",
            "balance": 12563586210

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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #7 on: November 11, 2014, 01:04:44 AM »
I'm sorry, but can you remind us non-techies what we're looking at there when we see a number? This includes AGS? PTS? BTS? And by what do we need to divide the number to estimate our allocations? In the example below, what would be the actual balance? Thanks.

For example (random, not mine):

 "raw_address": "12Yd8XtcKX5d2AsB9buhkw4oWwMKczMjqW",
            "balance": 12563.586210

I'm pretty sure you need to do 6 decimal places to the above...  At least that looked right for my balances. And each of the instances of the address would be different snapshots I'm presuming.

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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #8 on: November 11, 2014, 01:13:10 AM »
I'm pretty sure you need to do 6 decimal places to the above...  At least that looked right for my balances. And each of the instances of the address would be different snapshots I'm presuming.

8 decimal I think.
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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #9 on: November 11, 2014, 01:16:21 AM »
I'm pretty sure you need to do 6 decimal places to the above...  At least that looked right for my balances. And each of the instances of the address would be different snapshots I'm presuming.

8 decimal I think.

Toast can we get a clear answer on this? What are we dividing numbers by
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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #10 on: November 11, 2014, 01:19:15 AM »
I'm sorry, but can you remind us non-techies what we're looking at there when we see a number? This includes AGS? PTS? BTS? And by what do we need to divide the number to estimate our allocations? In the example below, what would be the actual balance? Thanks.

For example (random, not mine):

 "raw_address": "12Yd8XtcKX5d2AsB9buhkw4oWwMKczMjqW",
            "balance": 12563.586210

I'm pretty sure you need to do 6 decimal places to the above...  At least that looked right for my balances. And each of the instances of the address would be different snapshots I'm presuming.

Yes, 6 places will make me a fat rich man, so it is 8 dec. places...[to say nothing that  'N/10^8' is producing the exact expected results for AGS and VOTE for the accounts I have checked]

So, again on my main question above - what is the command to see if the 74.04 BTS (aka $1.50 vesting over 2 years)  I am supposed to get for holding DNS were correctly credited.
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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #11 on: November 11, 2014, 01:33:41 AM »
I'm sorry, but can you remind us non-techies what we're looking at there when we see a number? This includes AGS? PTS? BTS? And by what do we need to divide the number to estimate our allocations? In the example below, what would be the actual balance? Thanks.

For example (random, not mine):

 "raw_address": "12Yd8XtcKX5d2AsB9buhkw4oWwMKczMjqW",
            "balance": 12563.586210

I'm pretty sure you need to do 6 decimal places to the above...  At least that looked right for my balances. And each of the instances of the address would be different snapshots I'm presuming.

Yes, 6 places will make me a fat rich man, so it is 8 dec. places...[to say nothing that  'N/10^8' is producing the exact expected results for AGS and VOTE for the accounts I have checked]

So, again on my main question above - what is the command to see if the 74.04 BTS (aka $1.50 vesting over 2 years)  I am supposed to get for holding DNS were correctly credited.

wallet_account_list_public_keys accountname -- the address you are looking for is in the native_address field
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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #12 on: November 11, 2014, 02:36:09 AM »
I'm sorry, but can you remind us non-techies what we're looking at there when we see a number? This includes AGS? PTS? BTS? And by what do we need to divide the number to estimate our allocations? In the example below, what would be the actual balance? Thanks.

For example (random, not mine):

 "raw_address": "12Yd8XtcKX5d2AsB9buhkw4oWwMKczMjqW",
            "balance": 12563.586210

I'm pretty sure you need to do 6 decimal places to the above...  At least that looked right for my balances. And each of the instances of the address would be different snapshots I'm presuming.

Yes, 6 places will make me a fat rich man, so it is 8 dec. places...[to say nothing that  'N/10^8' is producing the exact expected results for AGS and VOTE for the accounts I have checked]

So, again on my main question above - what is the command to see if the 74.04 BTS (aka $1.50 vesting over 2 years)  I am supposed to get for holding DNS were correctly credited.

wallet_account_list_public_keys accountname -- the address you are looking for is in the native_address field

Thank you roadkill !

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VOTE and AGS are precise for me at least to 2 decimal points.

DNS result in more BTS than expected.
expected between:
75 Million BTS / 4 Billion  DNS        ==> 0.01875       BTS/ DNS
75 Million BTS / 4.05 Billion  DNS   ==> 0.018518519 BTS/ DNS

Actual proposed allocation   0.023710309 BTS/ DNS  about 26% more than expected.

 [do you  want me to PM your the native address or some other info, toast? ]

 

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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #13 on: November 11, 2014, 03:09:49 AM »
For each PTS address, there are two different balances, what are they? I guess one is PTS/AGS balance, the other one is DNS balance, then what about VOTE?
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Re: Check Your Allocation - Episode II: Check It Again
« Reply #14 on: November 11, 2014, 02:46:25 PM »
Updated bitbalance, let me know what you think

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