Since the beginning of the year, I tried to delegate funds to a baker, after a month waiting I have not seen any move from that baker, I tried to move the funds to another account, however every time I try to do that, the network charges fees but do not move the funds, for which I had found two different errors:
The other problem is the following, I delegated the funds directly from the “tz1” address instead of “kt1”, I did it because of my lack of deep understanding of the tezos protocol as well as the wallet allowed me to do it. The second trouble I find is that I am using a Trezor to store the private keys, along the “simple staking” wallet (which is the suggested front end from Trezor).
This is the address I am using:
Initially I delegated to:
But when I started to have issues, I used the simple staking wallet to “self delegate” with the aim of “withdraw” the delegation and see if it allowed me to move the funds, which did not work, as you can see in the explorer:
All of them with a “red” color overlay, signaling a problem with the operation.
Of course, I had tried other wallets that are compatible with Trezor:
- Tezbox: When I try to send funds, it complains with a “Forge validation error - Local and remote bytes don’t match”
- Magnumwallet: it shows that the account has 0 balance and no actions can be performed.
- tezos-client: does not support trezor
- Galleon: does not support trezor
Hopefully someone has the expertise to guide me through this problem.
Thanks in advance,