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  1. well...... I cured my impatience problem. Fundamentals are stronger than ever! Still buying every now and again. HODL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hodl Hodl (/ˈhɒdəl/ HOD-əl; often written HODL) is slang in the cryptocurrency community for holding the cryptocurrency rather than selling it.[1] It originated in a December 2013 post on the Bitcoin Forum message board by an apparently inebriated user who posted with a typo in the subject, "I AM HODLING."
  2. Hi, I am a serial generalist with a twist optimism and a dash of gumption. Thanks!
  3. 2018 Only in relation to the Crypoverse. General life is awesome. 6 week holiday starting tomorrow This clip is more appropriate..........
  4. This ^^ If this was my account, I would only attempt it with 21 XRP or so balance. I would make sure I could send before adding any significant amount.
  5. You need to set a regular key(new). Once you are satisfied that it works, disable the master key(current). I would recommend experimenting with a test account here: https://test.bithomp.com/xrptools Please take steps to ensure that you are doing this securely. It is also wise to learn about online and offline signing. https://xrpcommunity.blog/bithomp-tools-using-offline-mode/ You should be able to apply this to your account here: https://bithomp.com/tools/
  6. The same could be said of all scientific endeavours. It's the big leaps of discovery that get the credit. (in this case, not a financial one) "We are like dwarfs sitting on the shoulders of giants. We see more, and things that are more distant, than they did, not because our sight is superior or because we are taller than they, but because they raise us up, and by their great stature add to ours." John of Salisbury https://interledger.org/ https://www.w3.org/Consortium/facts.html
  7. This is a long running project. I wonder why it has been "bumped" at this stage. There are some similarities in terminology with ILP, codius etc. I set up an account, but it was very bare bones and buggy. Solid POD uploaded into a codius host maybe? Here is a video explaining the "vision" of it's creator. http://www.foreveryone.net/
  8. Hmm,.... I wonder if this is somehow related to Codius. There is some similar terminology and philosophy here. https://solid.inrupt.com/how-it-works "Store anything you want in your own Solid POD. PODs are like secure USB sticks for the Web, that you can access from anywhere. When you give others access to parts of your POD, they can react to your photos and share their memories with you. You decide which things apps and people can see. Think of your Solid POD as your own private website, except that your data interoperates with all your apps, which means you have your own personal API to go along with it. When you post comments or videos online, your friends can view them with whatever app they like, such as an album viewer or a social feed. It’s your data, that can be shaped in any way or form." Not a lot of simple information regarding the hosting model though. https://github.com/solid/ Awesome find. Thanks Edit: I guess you could just upload your solid pod into a Codius host or two.
  9. Not to mention that XRPL, ILP, Codius, Coil etc are a major threat to their business models. Interesting times indeed.
  10. https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/topology https://github.com/ripple/rippled/releases The rippled 1.1.0 release release includes the DepositPreAuth amendment, which combined with the previously released DepositAuth amendment, allows users to pre-authorize incoming transactions to accounts, by whitelisting sender addresses. The 1.1.0 release also includes incremental improvements to several previously released features (fix1515 amendment), deprecates support for the sign and sign_for commands from the rippled API and improves invariant checking for enhanced security. Ripple recommends that all server operators upgrade to XRP Ledger version 1.1.0 by Thursday, 2018-09-27, to ensure service continuity. New and Updated Features Add DepositPreAuth ledger type and transaction (#2513) Increase fault tolerance and raise validation quorum to 80%, which fixes issue 2604 (#2613) Support ipv6 for peer and RPC comms (#2321) Refactor ledger replay logic (#2477) Improve Invariant Checking (#2532) Expand SQLite potential storage capacity (#2650) Replace UptimeTimer with UptimeClock (#2532) Don’t read Amount field if it is not present (#2566) Remove Transactor:: mFeeDue member variable (#2586) Remove conditional check for using Boost.Process (#2586) Improve charge handling in NoRippleCheckLimits test (#2629) Migrate more code into the chrono type system (#2629) Supply ConsensusTimer with milliseconds for finer precision (#2629) Refactor / modernize Cmake (#2629) Add delimiter when appending to cmake_cxx_flags (#2650) Remove using namespace declarations at namespace scope in headers (#2650) Bug Fixes Deprecate the ‘sign’ and ‘sign_for’ APIs (#2657) Use liquidity from strands that consume too many offers, which will be enabled on fix1515 Amendment (#2546) Fix a corner case when decoding base64 (#2605) Trim space in Endpoint::from_string (#2593) Correctly suppress sent messages (#2564) Detect when a unit test child process crashes (#2415) Handle WebSocket construction exceptions (#2629) Improve JSON exception handling (#2605) Add missing virtual destructors (#2532)
  11. I am not worried about the price of XRP. https://twitter.com/xrpl_monitor?lang=en I am more concerned about taking a walk outside. https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/space-junk-roulette-what-are-the-odds-of-being-hit-1.3066578 "The actual odds that the satellite industry works with, what it calls "ground hazard," are 10,000 to one of anyone on Earth being hurt by falling debris. " BHODL
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