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Attestation Service - what's this data in the URL fragment?

The documentation for EAS has a link to this attestation, see long URL bottom. The docs say that this attestation is "completely private" and that "the easscan.org server doesn't even ...
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How aggregated results are verified and updated

Assuming that there's 64 commitees in per slot and in each commitee of each slot, there's 16 aggregators, this results in the 1024 aggregator messages shared per slot. The reason for this is that if ...
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Proposer vs Aggregator rewards - who gets penalized?

Afaik, proposers get more rewards for more attestations they include. The issue however is that proposers grab from subnet(committee) aggregators of attestations. My question is does the aggregator ...
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Attesters consider attestations from other attesters at the same slot for getting head?

I was looking into ex-post reorg presentations and documents by Caspar Schwarz. https://vimeo.com/637529564 I got something awkward. In ex-post reorg explanation, it seems like attesters doesn't ...
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Attestation on fork or reorg

Suppose a validator needs to do attestation for slot N. It sends the attestation but later discovers that there was a fork or reorg on slot N-1 (and that he attested for the wrong fork). Should he ...
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Not receiving attestations on Gnosis Node

I have an Avado i7. I have been running two gnosis validators nodes for over one year. Starting around June 12-14 I stopped receiving attestations rewards. I followed the guidance of the Avado ...
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How many votes are necessary per slot? (PoS)

Most of the documentation I found online (Ethereum GitHub, specs., forums) contains either conflicting or vague information regarding voting. Every committee member votes (broadcasts attestation to ...
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Once Ethereum moves to proof of stake, are most rewards coming from validation duties or from proposing blocks?

I am aware that after The Merge Ethereum will move to proof of stake. There will no longer be any miners. However, validators may get rewards not just for proposing a block, but also due to enforcing ...
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ETH 2.0: Is the ether received by validators as a reward for their efforts considered new ether issuance?

Within the context of ETH 2.0, I understand that new ether issuance is given to stakers who propose a new block. I also understand that stakers that verify that any new proposed block follows the ...
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How is it possible to sign and attest a block within 12 seconds

I am digging deep into understanding the consensus layer specification for ethereum when it has moved to proof of stake. I understand that time is divided into slots of 12 seconds, and 32 of such ...
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Why are there between 64 and 128 attestations every slot if there's only 64 committees?

Every slot have between 64 to 128 attenstations but all only have 64 committees. Some of the attestations on slots are done by 128+ validators of one committees while another attestation could be done ...
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How are blocks actually added to the blockchain in Eth2

I think I understand the general idea of how blocks get mined in proof of work based Ethereum. Basically validators puts transactions in a block, then they race to find the hash with a particular ...
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How to debug missed eth2 attestations?

I run a couple eth2 stakers. Lately I'm getting a slightly higher number of missed attestations, that brought my rating down from 100% to 99%. Not a critical problem, but man is it annoying not ...
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Avoid Attester Slashing - Etherum2.0

According to specs, for attester slashing i need to compare the epoch with previous epoch my question is- is it enough to check that the current epoch with the last one i saved using ...
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Avoid Proposer Slashing - Etherum2.0

According to specs, for proposer slashing i need to compare the slot with previous block.slot my question is- is it enough to check that the current block slot is greater than the last block slot i ...
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How does eth2 Random Election Work?

In eth2 validators will be randomly selected. What is the formula for how this random selection works?
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