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  1. That's in the folder you used as the keystore (probably /keystore/ on the host). You can output the .json file; check 5. at the howto: https://medium.com/@WietseWind/how-to-run-a-ripple-validator-digitalocean-7e5fca1c3d77
  2. Hi, Can you send me a PM with some more information? OS, commando you executed, output, etc.
  3. Thank you There are several projects I'm working on, like https://KyteApp.co (wallet) and some other projects (donations, e-commerce). All XRP related of course. All of these projects require fast access to transactions, history, tx processing. The servers Ripple is offering (s1, s2 for full history) are slow and crowded, so I decided to setup my own full history cluster, so I can continue coding
  4. Are you looking for your node or validator? What is the page you are looking at? Since the image is for a validator, so you would be able to find your pubkey at https://validators.ripple.com
  5. If it's not listed there: could it be possible the folder isn't mounted to the container?
  6. Raspberry Pi 3 as validator?

    Yeah well, prepared for the possibilities in the future right? @xrptipbot account may be used for a tipbot here one day... (I'd like to build the integration over here as well). Now at least someone else can't register this username
  7. Raspberry Pi 3 as validator?

    Yeah well, prepared for the possibilities in the future right? @xrptipbot account may be used for a tipbot here one day... (I'd like to build the integration over here as well). Now at least someone else can't register this username
  8. Raspberry Pi 3 as validator?

    I tried for a short while but I didn't get it to work (wouldn't build) on a Raspi 3. I think even if someone would get it to build the Pi would not manage to keep up (IO).
  9. docker exec rippledvalidator /opt/ripple/bin/rippled server_info|grep pubkey @Baboly You can check the key with the command above; you need to look for the pubkey_validator
  10. @Sukrim I know I have experience with Debian and Ubuntu, so for me it was the logical way to set it up.
  11. @ThomasTheTGV I have two of them running at DigitalOcean. I wrote a howto (deploy on DigitalOcean) a few hours after publishing the container image; https://medium.com/@WietseWind/how-to-run-a-ripple-validator-digitalocean-7e5fca1c3d77
  12. Hi, If you want to have a validator up and running in a few seconds: I just pushed a docker image to the Docker Hub; https://hub.docker.com/r/xrptipbot/rippledvalidator/ Please check the README.md / Docker Hub readme for info about key & config persistence. If you want to build the image yourself; the Dockerfile, helper scripts and instructions are available at Github: https://github.com/WietseWind/docker-rippled-validator
  13. -- I received a question about the code and how you can be sure it's not just using a predefined sequence instead of randomness. Here's the answer: My code is over here and as you can see is invoke the method "api.generateAddress()" - and as you can see on line 1 and 2: const rippleLib = require('ripple-lib').RippleAPI const api = new rippleLib() ... I use ripple-lib to do this. ripple-lib is from Ripple (the company) - this code is open source as well. This is how they generate a keypair. They use their own lib ripple-keypairs to do this. The function is on line 17 over here and at line 19 you can see they use the brorand lib. to generate the randomness. This lib. uses the crypto object, a native NodeJS object, by invoking: crypto.randomBytes() More info about this method over here.
  14. I received a few questions on Twitter about the wallet address of the XRP Tipbot - it starts with "rPEPPER". I created an offline wallet generator to do this, generating 100s of wallets per second, scanning the generated wallet address for several keywords. Like to share it over here as well. I polished the code a bit and made it open source. Source code and instructions: https://github.com/WietseWind/xrp-vanity-generator If you want to make sure you are safe, download the code and install the dependencies and run the code offline. Feel free to audit the code
  15. I contacted them. There's something interesting about XRP vs. most of them; it'll probably require some input + added documentation. We can't just go generate wallets for deposits (20XRP reserve). So there probably has to be one master wallet, and a destination tag per user.
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