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Unfortunately, the USDT contract you mention hasn't got a function that would allow doing so (the only transfer that would be possible for the contract would be using transferFrom, but that would need the contract to approve an eoa, which is not implemented neither).


If you configure a Proof of Authority blockchain only the authorized validators will be able to mine blocks, everyone else will not be able to generate new blocks.


Is it possible to know the actual computing power (in FLOPS) of the ETH network or sum of the underlying hardware? There are two different kind of computational power here. The one spent on Hashing which provides security but nothing more for the user, and the one spent on actually executing transactions. Regarding hash power, you can only get rough ...

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