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"Vote for delegates that set reasonable fees"
« on: September 06, 2014, 07:52:29 PM »

bytemaster: "Vote for delegates that set reasonable fees"

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How do delegates set fees?
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Re: "Vote for delegates that set reasonable fees"
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2014, 08:13:18 PM »
By hand:
wallet_account_update_registration <account_name> <pay_from_account> [public_data] [delegate_pay_rate]   Updates the data published about a given account
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Re: "Vote for delegates that set reasonable fees"
« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2014, 08:17:16 PM »
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wallet_account_update_registration <account_name> <pay_from_account> [public_data] [delegate_pay_rate]   Updates the data published about a given account

That's delegate pay rate. I believe bytemaster was talking about network transfer fees. How much is charged for transfer.
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Re: "Vote for delegates that set reasonable fees"
« Reply #3 on: September 06, 2014, 08:28:08 PM »
By hand:
wallet_account_update_registration <account_name> <pay_from_account> [public_data] [delegate_pay_rate]   Updates the data published about a given account

That's delegate pay rate. I believe bytemaster was talking about network transfer fees. How much is charged for transfer.

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delegate (locked) >>> blockchain_get_info
{
  "blockchain_id": "75c11a81b7670bbaa721cc603eadb2313756f94a3bcbb9928e9101432701ac5f",
  "symbol": "BTSX",
  "name": "BitShares X",
  "version": 109,
  "db_version": 134,
  "genesis_timestamp": "2014-07-19T00:00:00",
  "block_interval": 10,
  "max_block_size": 51200,
  "max_blockchain_size": 107374182400,
  "address_prefix": "BTSX",
  "inactivity_fee_apr": "0.00010 BTSX",
  "relay_fee": "0.10000 BTSX",
  "delegate_num": 101,
  "delegate_reg_fee": "15.44364 BTSX",
  "name_size_max": 63,
  "memo_size_max": 19,
  "data_size_max": 65536,
  "symbol_size_max": 5,
  "symbol_size_min": 3,
  "asset_reg_fee": "262,047.74400 BTSX",
  "asset_shares_max": 1000000000000000,
  "min_market_depth": "5,000,000.00000 BTSX",
  "max_pending_queue_size": 10,
  "max_trx_per_second": 1,
  "min_block_fee": "0.00000 BTSX"
}

that is the minimum ... GUIs have 0.5 set so that running a delegate at the begining can at least pay of the servers
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