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PundiX CLI Guide


pundixd is the tool that enables you to interact with the node that runs on the pundixd. In order to install it, follow the installation procedure.

Setting Up pundixd

The main command used to set up pundixd is the following:
pundixd config <key> [value] [flags]
This command will change parameters in client.toml. It also allows you to set a default value for each given flag.
First, set up the address of the full-node you want to connect to:
pundixd config <file_name> <param> <host>:<port>
# for example
pundixd config config.toml rpc.laddr https://px-json.pundix.com:26657
# if you run your own full-node, just use tcp://localhost:26657 as the address.
pundixd config config.toml rpc.laddr tcp://localhost:26657
Then, let us set the default value of the --trust-node flag:
# set to true if you trust the full-node you are connecting to, false otherwise
pundixd config config.toml trust-node true
Finally, let us set the chain-id of the blockchain we want to interact with:
# interact with testnet
pundixd config chain-id payalebar
# interact with mainnet
pundixd config chain-id pundix

Main Structure of pundixd Commands

The pundixd help commands are nested. So, in terminal, pundixd will output docs for the top level commands (status, config, query, and tx). You can access documentation for sub commands with further help commands.
The very first command to generate a list of available commands:
PundiX Chain App
pundixd [command]
Available Commands:
add-genesis-account Add a genesis account to genesis.json
collect-gentxs Collect genesis txs and output a genesis.json file
config Create or query an application CLI configuration file
data modify data or query data in database
debug Tool for helping with debugging your application
export Export state to JSON
gentx Generate a genesis tx carrying a self delegation
help Help about any command
init Initialize private validator, p2p, genesis, and application configuration files
keys Manage your application\'s keys
query Querying subcommands
rollback rollback cosmos-sdk and tendermint state by one height
rosetta spin up a rosetta server
start Run the full node
status Query remote node for status
tendermint Tendermint subcommands
tx Transactions subcommands
validate-genesis validates the genesis file at the default location or at the location passed as an arg
version Print the application binary version information
-h, --help help for pundixd
--home string directory for config and data (default "/Users/pundix006/.pundix")
--log_filter strings The logging filter can discard custom log type (ABCIQuery) (default "")
--log_format string The logging format (json|plain) (default "plain")
--log_level string The logging level (trace|debug|info|warn|error|fatal|panic) (default "info")
--trace print out full stack trace on errors
Use "pundixd [command] --help" for more information about a command.
The return value will include:
  • a header which explains what the command is, for example PundiX Chain App
  • the usage for example pundixd [command] where you will need to input pundixd and a follow up command like pundixd tx
  • all available commands
  • and all flags which might be needed for commands
We will be going through a common command along with the various sub commands and flags. Selecting the tx command:
pundixd tx
Transactions subcommands
pundixd tx [flags]
pundixd tx [command]
Available Commands:
authz Authorization transactions subcommands
bank Bank transaction subcommands
broadcast Broadcast transactions generated offline
crisis Crisis transactions subcommands
decode Decode a binary encoded transaction string
distribution Distribution transactions subcommands
encode Encode transactions generated offline
erc20 ERC20 transaction subcommands
Additional help topics:
pundixd tx upgrade Upgrade transaction subcommands
Use "pundixd tx [command] --help" for more information about a command.
You may either choose to insert a flag or a command after pundixd tx:
pundixd tx --help

Example: tx gov

If you have already start pundixd, you can use the gov command to interact with the governance module.
pundixd tx gov
It will return:
Governance transactions subcommands
pundixd tx gov [flags]
pundixd tx gov [command]
Available Commands:
deposit Deposit tokens for an active proposal
submit-proposal Submit a proposal along with an initial deposit
vote Vote for an active proposal, options: yes/no/no_with_veto/abstain
Use "pundixd tx gov [command] --help" for more information about a command.
pundixd tx gov submit-proposal
Error: invalid message: can\'t proto marshal <nil>
pundixd tx gov submit-proposal [flags]
pundixd tx gov submit-proposal [command]
Available Commands:
cancel-software-upgrade Cancel the current software upgrade proposal
community-pool-spend Submit a community pool spend proposal
param-change Submit a parameter change proposal
register-coin Submit a register coin proposal
register-erc20 Submit a proposal to register an ERC20 token
software-upgrade Submit a software upgrade proposal
toggle-token-conversion Submit a toggle token conversion proposal
update-denom-alias Submit a update denom alias proposal
Use "pundixd tx gov submit-proposal [command] --help" for more information about a command.
Now if you use the --help flag:
pundixd tx gov submit-proposal --help
Submit a proposal along with an initial deposit.
Proposal title, description, type and deposit can be given directly or through a proposal JSON file.
For example:
pundixd tx gov submit-proposal --proposal="path/to/proposal.json" --from mykey
Where proposal.json contains:
"title": "Test Proposal",
"description": "My awesome proposal",
"type": "Text",
"deposit": "10PUNDIX"
Which is equivalent to:
pundixd tx gov submit-proposal --title="Test Proposal" --description="My awesome proposal" --type="Text" --deposit="10PUNDIX" --from mykey
pundixd tx gov submit-proposal [flags]
pundixd tx gov submit-proposal [command]
Use "pundixd tx gov submit-proposal [command] --help" for more information about a command.


In general case, users can leave fees and gas price details as default values without input any flags.
Otherwise, a transaction fee must be set! So do remember to add --fees and --gas-prices in your command. If you did not input the --gas-prices flag, you will be prompted to add it in your command since you changed all gas cost into fees. This will help people set all fees in one flag.
For example transaction is 0.5PUNDIX which after multiplying by 10^18 is 500000000000000000ibc/55367b7b6572631b78a93c66ef9fdfce87cde372cc4ed7848da78c1eb1dcdd78. For the mainnet denom, we will use PUNDIX in general case. For the number, the 200000000000000000 means the result of multiplying the default value of gas-prices and gas-limit. The default value of --gas-prices is 2000000000000 and gas-limit is 100000. --gas-adjustment=1.2 means that there will be a 20% buffer added to the automatically assessed gas amount.
Beseides, if users want to set gas price mannually, they need to care gas-prices, gas-limit and gas-adjustment. A more universal command is --gas=auto. --gas=auto automatically assesses the gas used for that transaction. This depends on the transaction itself and also the state of the blockchain. For more details on gas, kindly refer to the section on gas below.
pundixd tx gov submit-proposal --title="gov proposal" --description="try to submit proposal" --type="Text" --deposit="200PUNDIX" --from=admin
{"body":{"messages":[{"@type":"/cosmos.gov.v1beta1.MsgSubmitProposal","content":{"@type":"/cosmos.gov.v1beta1.TextProposal","title":"BLINDGOTCHI","description":"CLAUDIOXBARROS’s pet"},"initial_deposit":[{"denom":"PUNDIX","amount":"200"}],"proposer":"px124n6hpxkkn3r9j3tzwzhax2rd5s3crwq7p94fd"}],"memo":"","timeout_height":"0","extension_options":[],"non_critical_extension_options":[]},"auth_info":{"signer_infos":[],"fee":{"amount":[{"denom":"PUNDIX","amount":"1.2"}],"gas_limit":"200000","payer":"","granter":""}},"signatures":[]}
confirm transaction before signing and broadcasting [y/N]:
After inputting y:


Key Types

There are three types of key representations that are used:
  • px:
    • Derived from account keys generated by pundixd keys add
    • Used to receive funds
    • Addresses that only have a preceding px are wallet addresses
    • For example: px15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc
  • pxvaloper:
    • Used to associate a validator to it's operator
    • Used to invoke staking commands
    • Addresses preceding with pxvaloperare validator consensus address
    • For example: pxvaloper1carzvgq3e6y3z5kz5y6gxp3wpy3qdrv928vyah

Generate Keys

You'll need an account with a private and public key pair (a.k.a. sk,pk respectively) to be able to receive funds, send txs, bond tx, etc.
To generate an old secp256k1 key, follow this guide. New eth_secp256k1 will be the default key generation scheme when PundiX becomes EVM compatible.
To generate a new eth_secp256k1 key by default:
pundixd keys add <account_name>
# for example
pundixd keys add a1
It returns some information about the key and the address it was generated for:
{"name":"a1","type":"local","eip55_address":"0x8b0591eb1ada09124e87Aca7Fe79A4DAa037c7d7","address":"px13vzer6c6mgy3yn584jnlu7dym2sr037h9vjpt5","pubkey":"{\"@type\":\"/ethermint.crypto.v1.ethsecp256k1.PubKey\",\"key\":\"Az5CsJXBh/Jkid6VNLii7nn05MucDkLmxLY0mYQ+N6KP\"}","mnemonic":"abuse wasp life antenna render fury flip mention zero scorpion congress behave jacket resemble tail bean verify embark drive spread practice museum candy potato","algo":"eth_secp256k1"}
The output of the above command will contain a mnemonic like ``. It is recommended to save the mnemonic in a safe place so that in case you forget the password of the operating system's credentials store, you could eventually regenerate the key from the mnemonic with the following command:
pundixd keys add <account_name> --recover
# for example
pundixd keys add a1 --recover
It require to input y:
override the existing name a1 [y/N]: y
The user need to input mnemonic:
> Enter your bip39 mnemonic
abuse wasp life antenna render fury flip mention zero scorpion congress behave jacket resemble tail bean verify embark drive spread practice museum candy potato
Then all the account information shows:
If you check your private keys in any time, you'll now see <account_name>:
pundixd keys show <account_name>
# for example
pundixd keys show a1
Additionally and importantly, if you wish to have an added layer of protection on your keys, you may add the --keyring-backend flag and specify the file name. Setting your key up this way will ensure another layer of protection for signing any transactions.
# \--keyring-backend string Select keyring's backend (os|file|test) (default "file")
pundixd keys add <secondKeyName> \
--ledger \
--index <i> \
--keyring-backend <file_name>
# for example
pundixd keys add a4 \
--index 4 \
--keyring-backend file
you will be prompted for a keyring passphrase (password must be at least 8 characters) :
Enter keyring passphrase:
# for example
# the input words will not show and the user need to reinput after first time
Enter keyring passphrase: a1password
Re-enter keyring passphrase: a1password
{"name":"a4","type":"local","eip55_address":"0x020064394AA8Ee00b51d285D4BFE740c9DE047aE","address":"px1qgqxgw224rhqpdga9pw5hln5pjw7q3awj5zhek","pubkey":"{\"@type\":\"/ethermint.crypto.v1.ethsecp256k1.PubKey\",\"key\":\"Ai+/XyVxQQbwwpXQpukA3RYR51ts+IClxHhAPdRNoVWT\"}","mnemonic":"modify portion diamond suggest unhappy what differ youth empty suffer movie vivid jewel session visit friend autumn common ridge tennis plug voyage conduct wrap","algo":"eth_secp256k1"}
In the future, whenever you use this account to sign off on a transaction, you will have to add the --keyring-backend <file_name> flag and enter the keyring passphrase.
Save a backup of your keyring passphrase in a secure place. Losing your keyring passphrase will result in the lost of all your funds created using the keyring passphrase❗
Also to access your keys in the keyring file DO NOT forget to add the --keyring flag.
View the validator operator's address via:
pundixd keys show <account_name> --bech=val
# for example
pundixd keys show a1 --bech=val
You can see all your available keys by typing:
pundixd keys list
Note that this return with account address is quite different with the validator operator's address.
View the validator pubkey for your node by typing:
pundixd tendermint show-validator
This is the Tendermint signing key, NOT the operator key you will use in delegation transactions.
Warning: We strongly recommend NOT using the same passphrase for multiple keys. The PundiX team will not be responsible for the loss of funds.

Generate Multisig Public Keys

You can generate and print a multisig public key by typing:
# You need to generate multiple keys before, such as a1, a2 and a3.
pundixd keys add --multisig=name1,name2,name3[...] --multisig-threshold=K new_key_name
# for example
# pundixd keys add a2
# pundixd keys add a3
pundixd keys add --multisig=a1,a2,a3 --multisig-threshold=2 bk
For multisig accounts, if you were to create any transaction, for example --from=<multisig_account>.
The <multisig_account> needs to be the wallet address ie px123l3kjltjwlfgjslfg.... not the account name.
Only for those non-multisig accounts can you use the name of the account ie --from=sheldoncooper.
K is the minimum number of private keys that must have signed the transactions that carry the public key's address as signer.
The --multisig flag must contain the name of public keys that will be combined into a public key that will be generated and stored as new_key_name in the local database. All names supplied through --multisig must already exist in the local database. Unless the flag --nosort is set, the order in which the keys are supplied on the command line does not matter, for example the following commands generate two identical keys:
pundixd keys add --multisig=a1,a2,a3 --multisig-threshold=2 bk1
pundixd keys add --multisig=a3,a1,a2 --multisig-threshold=2 bk2
Multisig addresses can also be generated on-the-fly and printed through the which command:
# The default generated key name will be `multi`
pundixd keys show --multisig-threshold K name1 name2 name3 [...]
# for example
pundixd keys show --multisig-threshold 2 a1 a2 a3
The above command will generate a multisig address and print it to the console. But this time the order of the multisig names does matter. For example the command line with a1 a2 a3 and a2 a1 a3 will generate two different multisig addresses. With same --multisig-threshold=2, the bk key is the same as the order a3 a1 a2 generated.
For more information regarding how to generate, sign and broadcast transactions with a multi signature account see Multisig Transactions.

Migrate Keys From Legacy On-Disk Keybase To OS Built-in Secret Store

Older versions of pundixd used store keys in the user's home directory. If you are migrating from an old version of pundixd you will need to migrate your old keys into your operating system's credentials storage by running the following command:
pundixd keys migrate <old_home_dir> [flags]
The command will prompt for each passphrase. If a passphrase is incorrect, it will skip the respective key. The detail information of keys migration is here

Fees & Gas

Each transaction may either use the --fees or --gas flags, but not both.
Validator's have a minimum gas price (multi-denom) configuration and they use this value when determining if they should include the transaction in a block during CheckTx, where gasPrices >= minGasPrices. Note, your transaction must use fees that are greater than or equal to any of the denominations the validator requires.
Note: With such a mechanism in place, validators may start to prioritize txs by gas-prices in the mempool, so providing higher fees or gas prices may yield higher tx priority.
# using the --fees flag must have an empty --gas-prices flag together
pundixd tx bank send <from_key_or_address> <to_address> <amount> --fees="0.5PUNDIX" --gas-prices=""
# for example, tx from admin to a2 adress with 0.5PUNDIX fees
pundixd tx bank send admin px1ejstvlp4294h7ncnxgl8rqatsaj4kf2s4lj3y2 100PUNDIX --fees="0.5PUNDIX" --gas-prices=""
# using the gas flag default value
pundixd tx bank send <from_key_or_address> <to_address> <amount>
# for example, tx from admin to a2 adress
pundixd tx bank send admin px1ejstvlp4294h7ncnxgl8rqatsaj4kf2s4lj3y2 300PUNDIX
To query the gas price of your current node:
pundixd query gas-prices
You may want to cap the maximum gas that can be consumed by the transaction via the --gas flag. If you pass --gas="auto", the gas supply will be automatically estimated before executing the transaction.
Gas estimate might be inaccurate as state changes could occur in between the end of the simulation and the actual execution of a transaction, thus an adjustment is applied on top of the original estimate in order to ensure the transaction is broadcasted successfully. The adjustment can be controlled via the --gas-adjustment flag. The default value is 1.2.


Get Testnet Tokens

On a testnet, getting tokens is usually done via a faucet. You may refer to this link.

Query Account Balance

After receiving tokens to your address, you can view your account's balance by typing:
pundixd q bank balances <account_px>
# for example
pundixd q bank balances px1kyn5tncnnpd8am28zqs3xhllkk5lx9wp4ce6ty
If the generated account has no tokens. It shows:
If the account had no transaction history, the address will not be detected on the chain.
pundixd query auth account px1hfwtzv5twhulwhcf9aa4y3kr6hmhfu866zjjfa
It shows:
Error: rpc error: code = NotFound desc = rpc error: code = NotFound desc = account px1hfwtzv5twhulwhcf9aa4y3kr6hmhfu866zjjfa not found: key not found
pundixd query auth account [address] [flags]
This can also happen if you fund the account before your node has fully synced with the chain. These are both normal.

Send Tokens

The following command could be used to send coins from one account to another:
pundixd tx bank send <from_key_or_address> <to_address> <amount>
The amount argument accepts the format <value|coin_name>, for example 10PUNDIX which is equivalent to 10000000000000000000ibc/55367B7B6572631B78A93C66EF9FDFCE87CDE372CC4ED7848DA78C1EB1DCDD78.
Now, view the updated balances of the origin and destination accounts:
pundixd query account <account_px>
pundixd query account <destination_px>
You can also check your balance at a given block by using the --height flag:
pundixd query account <account_px> --height <int>
# for example
pundixd query account px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30 --height 10
Furthermore, you can build a transaction and print its JSON format to STDOUT by appending --generate-only to the list of the command line arguments. Running the following command will store build the transaction and store it in a file named "unsignedSendTx.json":
pundixd tx bank send <sender_address> <recipient_address> 10PUNDIX \
--chain-id=<chain_id> \
--sequence=<account_sequence> \
--generate-only > unsignedSendTx.json
# for example
# the user has to check account "sequence" first
# pundixd query account px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30
pundixd tx bank send px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30 px1ejstvlp4294h7ncnxgl8rqatsaj4kf2s4lj3y2 10PUNDIX --generate-only --sequence=12
> unsignedSendTx.json
pundixd tx sign \
--chain-id=<chain_id> \
--from=<key_name> \
unsignedSendTx.json > signedSendTx.json
# for example
pundixd tx sign unsignedSendTx.json --chain-id=PUNDIX --from=admin > signedSendTx.json
The --generate-only flag prevents pundixd from accessing the local keybase. Thus when such flag is supplied <sender_key_name_or_address> must be an address.
You can broadcast the signed transaction to a node by providing the JSON file to the following command:
pundixd tx broadcast <file_path>
# for example
pundixd tx broadcast signedSendTx.json

Tx Broadcasting

When broadcasting transactions, pundixd accepts a --broadcast-mode flag. This flag can have a value of sync (default), async, or block, where sync makes the client return a CheckTx response, async makes the client return immediately, and block makes the client wait for the tx to be committed (or timing out).
It is important to note that the block mode should NOT be used in most circumstances. This is because broadcasting can timeout but the tx may still be included in a block. This can result in many undesirable situations. Therefore, it is best to use sync or async and query by tx hash to determine when the tx is included in a block.

Query Transactions

Matching a Set of Events

You can use the transaction search command to query for transactions that match a specific set of events, which are added on every transaction.
Each event is composed by a key-value pair in the form of {eventType}.{eventAttribute}={value}. Events can also be combined to query for a more specific result using the & symbol.
You can query transactions by events as follows:
pundixd query txs --events='message.sender=px1...'
# for example
pundixd query txs --events='message.sender=px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30'
And for using multiple events:
pundixd query txs --events='message.sender=px1...&message.action=/cosmos.bank.v1beta1.MsgSend'
# for example
pundixd query txs --events='message.sender=px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30&message.action=/cosmos.bank.v1beta1.MsgSend'
The pagination is supported as well via page and limit:
pundixd query txs --events='message.sender=px1...' --page=1 --limit=20
# for example
pundixd query txs --events='message.sender=px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30' --page=1 --limit=20
The action tag always equals the message type returned by the Type() function of the relevant message.
You can find a list of available events on each of the SDK modules:

Matching a Transaction's Hash

You can also query a single transaction by its hash using the following command:
pundixd query tx [hash]
tx hash on the block explorer are preceded with 0x. Please omit the 0x from the tx hash


Set up a Validator

Please refer to the Validator Setup section for a more complete guide on how to set up a validator.

Delegate to a Validator

On the upcoming mainnet, you can delegate PUNDIX to a validator. These delegators can receive part of the validator's fee revenue. Read more about the incentives.

Query Validators

You can query the list of all validators of a specific chain:
pundixd query staking validators
If you want to get the information of a single validator you can check it with:
pundixd query staking validator <account_pxval>
# for example
pundixd query staking validator pxvaloper1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulagnr7kcc

Bond Tokens

On the PundiX mainnet, we delegate PUNDIX. Here's how you can bond tokens to a testnet validator (for example, delegate):
pundixd tx staking delegate \
<validator_operator_address> \
<amount> \
--from=<key_name> \
# for example
pundixd tx staking delegate pxvaloper1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulagnr7kcc 101PUNDIX --from=admin
<validator_operator_address> is the operator address of the validator to which you intend to delegate. If you are running a local testnet, you can find this with:
pundixd keys show <account_name> --bech val
Where <account_name> is the name of the key you specified when you initialized pundixd.
While tokens are bonded, they are pooled with all the other bonded tokens in the network. Validators and delegators obtain a percentage of shares that equal their stake in this pool.

Query Delegations

In this section and the next, do make sure you check if the command has a plural form or not. Adding an (s) behind delegation to delegations results in a different command.
Once submitted a delegation to a validator, you can see it's information by using the following command:
pundixd query staking delegation <delegator_addr> <validator_addr>
# for example
pundixd query staking delegation px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30 pxvaloper1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulagnr7kcc
Or if you want to check all your current delegations with disctinct validators:
pundixd query staking delegations <delegator_addr>
# for example
pundixd query staking delegations px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30
You can also query all of the delegations to a particular validator:
pundixd query staking delegations-to <validator_addr>
# for example
pundixd query staking delegations-to pxvaloper1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulagnr7kcc

Unbond Tokens

If for any reason the validator misbehaves, or you just want to unbond a certain amount of tokens, use this following command.
pundixd tx staking unbond \
<validator_addr> \
--from=<key_name> \
# for example
pundixd tx staking unbond pxvaloper1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulagnr7kcc 10PUNDIX --from=admin
The unbonding will be automatically completed when the unbonding period has passed.

Query Unbonding-Delegations

Once you begin an unbonding-delegation, you can see it's information by using the following command:
pundixd query staking unbonding-delegation <delegator_addr> <validator_addr>
# for example
pundixd query staking unbonding-delegation px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30 pxvaloper1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulagnr7kcc
If you want to check all your current unbonding-delegations with disctinct validators:
pundixd query staking unbonding-delegations <account_px>
# for example
pundixd query staking unbonding-delegations px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30
Additionally, as you can get all the unbonding-delegations from a particular validator:
pundixd query staking unbonding-delegations-from <account_pxval>
# for example
pundixd query staking unbonding-delegations-from pxvaloper1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulagnr7kcc

Redelegate Tokens

A redelegation is a type delegation that allows you to bond illiquid tokens from one validator to another:
pundixd tx staking redelegate \
<src-validator-operator-addr> \
<dst-validator-operator-addr> \
# for example
pundixd tx staking redelegate pxvaloper1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulagnr7kcc pxvaloper1ejstvlp4294h7ncnxgl8rqatsaj4kf2svn8vda 10PUNDIX --from=admin
Here you can also redelegate a specific shares-amount or a shares-fraction with the corresponding flags.
The redelegation will be automatically completed when the unbonding period has passed.

Query Redelegations

Once you begin a redelegation, you can see it's information by using the following command:
pundixd query staking redelegation <delegator_addr> <src_val_addr> <dst_val_addr>
# for example
pundixd query staking redelegation px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30 pxvaloper1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulagnr7kcc pxvaloper1ejstvlp4294h7ncnxgl8rqatsaj4kf2svn8vda
It returns:
If you want to check all your current unbonding-delegations with distinct validators:
pundixd query staking redelegations <account_px>
# for example
pundixd query staking redelegations px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30
It returns:
Additionally, as you can get all the outgoing redelegations from a particular validator:
pundixd query staking redelegations-from <account_pxval>
# for example
pundixd query staking redelegations-from pxvaloper1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulagnr7kcc
It returns:
However, there is a limit to how frequent you can redelegate. For more information on redelegation.

Query Parameters

Parameters define high level settings for staking. You can get the current values by using:
pundixd query staking params
It returns:
With the above command you will get the values for:
  • Unbonding time
  • Maximum numbers of validators
  • Coin denomination for staking
All these values will be subject to updates through a governance process by ParameterChange proposals.

Query Pool

A staking Pool defines the dynamic parameters of the current state. You can query them with the following command:
pundixd query staking pool
With the pool command you will get the values for:
  • Bonded tokens
  • Not-bonded tokens



To unjail your jailed validator:
pundixd tx slashing unjail --from <validator-operator-addr>
# for example
pundixd tx slashing unjail --from px1vhe2w8f9ne8yakhk75usjv2m8txkulag20tt30

Signing Info

To retrieve a validator's signing info:
pundixd query slashing signing-info <validator-pubkey>
# for example
pundixd query slashing signing-info c9K95ze0trEtE1KCZ1smjhJQdVqEB8+7Ma6ht64bhDg=

Query Parameters

You can get the current slashing parameters via:
pundixd query slashing params


You can query for the minting/inflation parameters via:
pundixd query mint params
It returns:
To query for the current inflation value:
pundixd query mint inflation
It returns: