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Virtual Operations
What are Virtual Operations?
Virtual operations are operations resulting from the activity on the blockchain but, unlike classic operations, they are not initiated by users.
Example:
  1. 1.
    When a user publishes a post or comment, a comment operation is issued by the user or the front-end it uses. This operation will be stored in the blockchain and in the TxComments table in HiveSQL.
  2. 2.
    If some users consider this post or comment worth it, they may upvote it. These upvotes are stored in the blockchain as vote operations and stored in the TxVotes table in HiveSQL.
  3. 3.
    After 7 days, if the post or comment has received enough powerful upvotes, the user is awarded a payout for it and an author_reward virtual operation is recorded in the blockchain. The user did nothing to trigger it, the system did it automatically.
Table
Description
Author rewards
Zeroing of the @null account balance
Benefactor rewards
Posts and comments final payout computations
Comments rewards
Transfers from the old treasury account to the new one
Curation rewards
Power-ups who become effective for governance
HBD to HIVE conversions
Internal Market orders filled
Execution of Transfers from savings
Execution of Powerdown
Post Hive hardfork airdrops
Hive hardfork airdrops
HBD interest payments
Deprecated
Producers rewards
Proposal payments
Execution of HP delegation removals
Deprecated
Conversions from HIVE to HBD for the DHF
DHF fundings
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