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  1. node_size "huge" over here (internet connection: huge as well πŸ˜‡) Uptime: kernelcare πŸ˜…πŸ» They are being queried for sure, as the mem usage somewhat reflects indeed.
  2. I'm running two full history nodes. One of them contains 4x Micron 5210 7.68TB in Raid5, the other one 24x Samsung Enterprise 1TB in Raid0 See attached images
  3. adm@xrpl-fh2:~# df -h / Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda2 21T 13T 7.4T 63% / adm@xrpl-fh2:~# Debian 10 should work just fine. You can try it in a Docker container first?
  4. The raw data can be downloaded and even the Downloader is open source, so feel free to check it ☺️
  5. It would not surprise me if that's because people have all kinds of conspiracy theories about what a certain amount of TPS means. You can still check it live at livenet.xrpl.org or historically by querying the ledger or my BigQuery dataset.
  6. Won't work, since it's the XRP TipBot Hotwallet you'll find
  7. Hey! I noticed this Tweet from you and replied;
  8. Not really, their encryption and decryption is in public JS source. All the required params to decrypt are in their database and your session after logging in. When unpacked it looks like this:
  9. I have thought about it a lot, and I decided I'm not going to add it. It's way too confusing for users. The idea of the TipBot is to make it easy, you can participate without even creating an account, and immediately pay a tip forward. When adding IOU's, I have to bother users with multi currencies, Trust lines, withdrawals to IOU's, explain how they can convert, etc. And think about the syntax from the perspective of a recipient; @SomeUser +X SomeCurrency SomeIssuer @xrptipbot That's just horrible for the recipient. How to explain that :') And the worst part: people will create their own useless IOU's that are still called EUR/BTC, no liquidity, no offers, and people will be happy with their tip and then I'll have to explain it's worthless... Nope. Definitely not going to do it -- Thanks for the ping @Hodor!
  10. Damn This is the user behind the TipBot account he/she tested: https://www.reddit.com/user/9956235689 The source address is funded by Bitrue, I just contacted them, they are on it.
  11. Hey! Of course I have some internal stats and graphs, but I didn't really spend any time to make that data visible publicly. However, the XRPTipBot data is public info, and feeds can be fetched (JSON) all the way back to the first tips. I know https://twitter.com/theCryptoDonut started a project to visualize the TipBot stats at https://xrp-robin-hood.herokuapp.com/ but I believe the project is down.
  12. I talked about this with @karlos about a year ago, but we didn't get to implement it yet.
  13. I got legal council and discussed this with the regulators in The Netherlands. Yes, of course KYC/AML apply, but crypto isn't money here in The Netherlands, so the licenses don't apply. I tried to be the most virtuous one and applied for licenses, and I was rejected since what described to be doing isn't subject to licensing (since it's crypto, not money). Now of course I don't want to facilitate criminal activities, so I check and store IBAN, phone and destination details. I'll save them in case anyone (with authority) shows up at my doorstep. When payments come in, details are checked and the XRPL destination (BigQuery project) and phone + IBAN match + historic XRParrot transfers are checked. When in doubt, money will be refunded to the source IBAN.
  14. Hey @JoeBishop - The LinkedIn API will definitely not let me integrate the TipBot I guess a browser plugin would work, but I'm leaving that to someone else in the community if he/she feels like it. He/she can count on my support regarding the TipBot API
  15. Yes, anyone can set a TrustLine with the issuing account, en thus make on-ledger trades and buy / sell the issued token. However, to deposit FIAT and convert to the IOU, or the other way around: withdraw the IOU and cash to FIAT, the user will have to go through your exchange. At this point you can perform KYC/AML checks.
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