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Offline karnal

.... what?


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Now it makes sense 8) Thanks cass..

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If you look at the asset portion of the block explorer you can click on any asset and then click the info tab. This will explain more about the asset. See: Precious metals are nearly always measured in Troy Ounces, sometimes abbreviated ozt.

There are other assets, like Oil, that are pegged to the barrel. Confusingly, "GAS" is 1 gallon (US) of 87 Octane. I would expect "GAS" to be natural gas and "GAS" here to be something else like "GAS-87" or "PETROL-87" and what about gasoline by the liter anyway? But, I digress.
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