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Reaping vs. dusting and how to whitelist an account

The following test can be used in the test suite of pallet-balances: #[test] fn reap_fails_but_account_gets_dusted() { ExtBuilder::default() .existential_deposit(2) .monied(true) ...
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Fund a pallet AccountID

I am developing a pallet, that has a prize pot and has to distribute it with different accounts that has won. Kind of similar to the Lottery pallet. My issue is with the Existential Deposit is when ...
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Do assets (from the asset pallet on State[mine/mint]) have an existential deposit?

I understand that in order to maintain an account in state on the Relay Chain an account needs to hold more than the Existential Deposit (1 DOT/0.000003 KSM), but I am wondering if assets deployed on ...
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Inconsistent storage deposit logic in Polkadot

In Polkadot and Kusama, the deposit function is used to price storage object footprint, it looks like this pub const fn deposit(items: u32, bytes: u32) -> Balance { items as Balance * ...
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Multisig pallet mispricing bug?

In the pallet_multisig, there are two storage maps Multisigs for the multisigs and Calls for the actual call in a multisig. The pallet has two distinct pricing components for its bloat deposit: // One ...
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Computing deposits in Polkadot

The Polkadot runtime has a large number of parameter values that determine how much a user has to lock up as a deposit when creating a state object. The motivation seems to be something like a state-...
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Influence of Existential Deposits on account assets

Statemint has an Existential Deposit threshold of 0.1 DOT. Say an account holds some amount of asset X, and transfers away all its DOT so that it goes below the ED. What happens to its holdings of ...
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How to deal with multiple currencies ED?

If I understand correctly, once anyone of the currency drop-down below the ED then the account will be killed.
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What criteria do blockchains consider when deciding on Existential Deposit?

At the time of asking this question, the ED on Polkadot is 1 DOT and Kusama is 0.0000333333 KSM. Polkadot, and most Substrate-based chains, use an existential deposit (ED) to prevent dust accounts ...
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Existential deposit in EVM compatible address

I understand that there is an existential deposit for native token. But, there is any existential deposit for EVM compatible address H160?
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