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Are there any publicly available horizon servers or do you always have to run your own private servers?

The servers listed at stellarbeat.io are not stellar-horizon servers but stellar-core nodes. stellar-core: handling p2p network communication with a binary protocol don't have a public http(s) ...
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Are there any publicly available horizon servers or do you always have to run your own private servers?

The Stellar Development Foundation (SDF) runs two publicly available instances: https://horizon-testnet.stellar.org/ for test network and https://horizon.stellar.org/ for public network. If you want ...
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Who hosts and maintains Stellar Horizon server?

Horizon server talks to Stellar core, and anyone can host stellar core and Horizon server. There are many core servers running they are like nodes on Stellar network, so there is no single point of ...
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How does the Stellar Network prevent an actor with small quorum intersection from halting the network

tl;dr: the rest of the network can still reach consensus and it will not halt the network. In your case, there is only one non-compromised validator. Any node outside the set of compromised nodes ...
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How stellar prevent DDoS

At Horizon, there is a "rate limit" variable, which ensures no more than N requests from same IP in one hour. X-RateLimit-Limit --- The maximum number of requests that the current client can make ...
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Connecting to transaction server sockets

The best way is using the SDK in streaming mode. For all transactions: var channel = server.transactions() .forAccount(address) .cursor('now') .stream({ onmessage: function(tx) { do ...
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Connecting to transaction server sockets

There is an api endpoint for transactions available here. https://www.stellar.org/laboratory/#explorer?resource=transactions&endpoint=all&values=eyJzdHJlYW1pbmciOnRydWV9&network=test ...
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What is the proper way to use federated addresses to send funds?

For just federation -- no compliance -- the above sounds correct. As outlined in the docs, which you mentioned you have read through, this is easily done via Stellar's prebuilt federation server which ...
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What is the proper way to use federated addresses to send funds?

The Federation server would return some value with the memo field that can be used by the service provider (you) to uniquely identify the receiving user. A database ID does match this requirement but ...
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