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Wietse

XRP Ledger Foundation
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  1. If you want to create a bot (headless signing) in Python, make sure to check out https://github.com/XRPLF/xrpl-py If in node: https://www.npmjs.com/package/xrpl-accountlib + https://www.npmjs.com/package/xrpl-client
  2. XUMM allows you to add any Trust Line through a Sign Request. You can initiate that through e.g. XRPToolkit.com or https://xumm.community/ (ยป "Trust Set") and sign with XUMM. The "Add" dialog on the XUMM Home Screen only lists a limited amount of issuers & tokens: that's a curated list we maintain.
  3. We'll soon be adding an xApp for anything-to-anything trading on the XRPL DEX Tristan still has to design it, but the functionality is there:
  4. Thanks for the mention @Arrowfletch @Elkero I'm from XRPL Labs, the developers of XUMM (wallet + platform). Like @Arrowfletchpointed out we have the support of RIpple, but we're an independent company from The Netherlands, building full time with our small team of 9 people on the XRP Leger. We're doing that since 2017~2018 and we intend to do it for many many years. More info: https://xrpl-labs.com, http://xumm.app and https://support.xumm.app/hc (Support & FAQs). XUMM is non custodial and allows you to import your existing keys and accounts.
  5. Haha, I guess that would make me Mark Zuckerberg? Help! Haha. I understand and somewhat like tha analogy, but the difference is that in case of Facebook the creator of the app is also the company having custody over your data. In our case it's a little bit different: we offer the app, but we have no user data whatsoever, we also cannot recover an account for users. The data is on the XRPL, the key is in possession of the user (or at least: it should be). We're just the "gateway", the user interface between the key owned by the user and the features & data on the XRPL. (For this reason we recently updated our docs at support.xumm.app, changing "XUMM account" into "XRPL account managed with XUMM")
  6. You import your CSC secret into XUMM. That secret is then your XRPL secret for that same account. New phone? Import the same CSC account again. You keep and hold on to your key, it's just your CSC key now used on the XRPL. You do own the key: you even imported it. https://support.xumm.app/hc/en-us/articles/360021843879-Recovering-CSC-Account-s-on-a-new-different-phone
  7. I'm getting the data straight from the ledger. @efFofexX is looking at this, but please note the "top 100" message on top: The real number (again: straight from the ledger, updated every ~15 minutes) is at the end, lower right of the table: Nothing changed on ledger, just CMC showing wrong numbers.
  8. To keep XUMM simple for most, we added XRP only market orders indeed. More advanced trades will be added with two xApps by us in the near future, and other ecosystem participants are working on cool xApps using the DEX as well ๐Ÿ˜Ž One of the xApps allows trading pairs where both aren't XRP. The other xApp we're working allows sending and receiving anything to anything much like the old Ripplw Trade client offered.
  9. Thanks for the mention people! To prevent a polluted account balance overview XUMM indeed only shows self issued currencies when the balance is non zero. To be honest, I don't think you can even call it a self issued currency if the balance is zero, because then you issued nothing. The first issuance is advanced use, to keep XUMM simple for most users we didn't add all XRPL features in the XUMM user interface, but XUMM can sign for all transaction types. Using xApps, created by other developers and ecosystem participants, or using XUMM integrations like the one with xrptoolkit.com, Xumm.community and hopefully others in the future XUMM will be able to offer those advanced use cases as well. A good example is the token issuer xApp already available in XUMM, created by Nixer.
  10. Hey! I'm so sorry to hear that! Regarding the secrets: are you sure you don't have a copy somewhere? When you generate an XRP Ledger account in XUMM, XUMM gives you 8 x 6 digits to write down and enter back into XUMM. This process is a bit painful (hard) because we really want to verify someone wrote down their secret numbers, exactly for the kind of situation you now encounter. If you still have those 8 x 6 numbers written down somewhere you can simply install XUMM on a new phone and recover your accounts by importing your account using the secret numbers. If you didn't create an XRPL account in XUMM but imported your CSC account, I hope you have a similar offline copy of your CSC secret. If you do, the same applies.
  11. Thanks for posting the link @BillyOckham! I agree with the comment by @Skippy - trusting links is dangerous in this space, and even a trusted link in a compromised browser can be an issue. The spec I wrote to build this standard is open source, as is the tool on that link: https://github.com/XRPLF/XRPL-Standards/tree/master/XLS-12 https://github.com/WietseWind/secret-numbers-to-family-seed One will always be able to convert the XUMM secret numbers to the well known "family seed" s... format.
  12. Thank you for the kind words @kanaas (Both accounts are mine, I registered them both to prevent someone from impersonating me). The team is listed here https://xrpl-labs.com/ - our app is open source, being actively developed, tested & improved. Support & FAQ's at https://support.xumm.app/hc. If you want to use XUMM, please only install from the official iOS App / Google Play store & keep your keys safe.
  13. For future reference if other users only have their Exarpy PIN (as their site is now offline): I just created a tool you can use to convert your Exarpy PIN to a Family Seed to be used with other XRPL Clients https://github.com/WietseWind/exarpy-to-family-seed/releases
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