How to Inquiry and Operate on- chain

When encountering issues during Delegate and Mining, you can check out on- chain module to inquiry and operate.
Khala Network address: Polkadot/Substrate Portal

Reminder: All Khala data can be retrieved on your own, please DO NOT believe rumors.

Searching for Information

To find out whether the Worker is on-chain/on-chain confidence level:

Developer->Chain state->phalaRegistry->workers(WorkerPublicKey):Option
Type in the woker-public-key to get Worker’s on- chain information. confidenceLevel is your Worker’s confidence level and initialScore is your on- chain performance score.

Total number of Workers

open Delegate | Phala App , sort by Worker
OR open Polkadot/Substrate Portal
select ChainState under Developer,select phalaMining on the left and OnlineMiners on the right. Click on + for result

Total number of total token mined

open Polkadot/Substrate Portal
select ChainState under Developer, select phalaMining on the left and miners (Accountid) on the right. Remove option and click on + for results

Total number of StakePool

Developer-> Chain state-> phalaStakePool->poolCount()

For Owner of StakePool: Delegator list information and number

Developer->Chain state->phalaStakePool->poolStakers(u64,AccountId)
Type in StakePool pid and select Stakepool owner’s account to get information

To find out your total Delegation

Developer->Chain state->phalaStakePool->stakeLedger(AccountId):Option

For detailed information on a specific StakePool(Delegated, Free Delegation, Process fee, worker list etc.)

Developer->Chain state->phalaStakePool->Option

Number of current online Worker

Developer->Chain state->phalaMining->onlineMiners()

For a list of V- value list

Developer->Chain state->phalaMining->miners: Option

For delegation details

Developer->Chain state->phalaMining->stakes: Option

Operation Guide

Creating StakePool

Developer->Extrinsics->phalaStakePool->create()

Staking $PHA

Developer->Extrinsics->phalaStakePool->contribute(pid,amount)
pid is the StakePool pid and amount is number of $PHA you are staking

Setting StakePool commission ratio

Developer->Extrinsics->phalaStakePool->setPayoutPref(pid,commission)
pid is the StakePool pid, payout-commission is the share ratio (i.e. if you set ratio as 50% then you need to type in 500000)

Setting StakePool cap

Developer->Extrinsics->phalaStakePool->setCap(pid,cap)
pid is the StakePool pid, cap is the staking cap

Adding Worker to the StakePool

Developer->Extrinsics->phalaStakePool->addWorker(pid,pubkey)
pid is the StakePool pid, pubkey is Worker’s public key

Starting Staking for Worker on-chain

Developer->Extrinsics->phalaStakePool->startMining(pid,worker,stake)
pid is the StakePool pid, worker is Worker’s public key, and stake is the number of Staking

Stop mining for Worker on- chain

Developer->Extrinsics->phalaStakePool->stopMining(pid,worker)
pid is the StakePool pid, worker is Worker’s public key

Removing Worker from StakePool

Developer->Extrinsics->phalaStakePool->removeWorker(pid,worker)

Claiming Mining reward

Developer->Extrinsics->phalaStakePool->claimRewards(pid,target)
pid is the StakePool pid, target is the specific account you want the reward to transfer to

Withdrawing tokens from a StakePool

Developer->Extrinsics->phalaStakePool->withdraw(pid,shares)
pid is the StakePool pid, shares is the number of token you wish to withdraw

More functions are coming…

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