No. We can see how much a particular delegation address has staked and how much it has earned in rewards, but we have no way of knowing which address belongs to whom.
this always will be 0
. If you add ADA to the same wallet from which you have delegated previously, you do not have to re-delegate the newly added ADA, next snapshot will add it.
No. Stake pool operator has no control over your wallet, only you do and as long as you have control over your wallet and its password or the recovery phrase.
Yes, the following:
-Ensure consistent performance of relay and block servers, network connections, and bandwidth / traffic throughput <br/> -Avoid orphaned blocks, these are unfinished blocks that may be a result of the slottery picking our pool as the slot leader, but the stake pool not finishing building the block
-Run a decentralized pool with multiple relay servers geographically disbursed. This increases your chance of wallet, DApp and other relay connections which will increase pool rank and invite new delegators from those geographical areas.
Yes you can, but the rewards distribution will be based on the snapshot of the amount of ADA that was in your wallet at the turn of the new EPOCH.
No. You may move it or “un-delegate” it at any time. This will affect yourrewards.
How many exchange owners have run off with users funds? Perhaps Google can be used to answer this one.