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  1. 1.1 seems to be aimed at transfers without destination tags and will now be charging a fee for retrieval of any incoming transfer without a destination tag.
  2. Yes. Make sure your XRP are in your metamask wallet by 12 Dec. After that, you will have 6 months to claim the Spark tokens. https://docs.xrptoolkit.com/claim-spark-tokens Step 1: Get Wallet Ethereum wallets that will support the Flare Network includes MetaMask and Ledger devices. This means that you'll be able to use those wallets with coming Flare Network interfaces, similar to Uniswap and Ledger Live to view, send and receive Spark tokens. If you don't have MetaMask installed or own any Ledger device, either download MetaMask, get a Ledger Nano X or a Ledger Nano S.
  3. @Kemper88 No need to worry whatsoever. https://docs.xrptoolkit.com/claim-spark-tokens Step 1: Get Wallet Ethereum wallets that will support the Flare Network includes MetaMask and Ledger devices. This means that you'll be able to use those wallets with coming Flare Network interfaces, similar to Uniswap and Ledger Live to view, send and receive Spark tokens. If you don't have MetaMask installed or own any Ledger device, either download MetaMask, get a Ledger Nano X or a Ledger Nano S. You can use other Ethereum wallets than MetaMask or a Ledger device, just make sure that
  4. @BillyOckham Good point. Also, regarding using a Ledger Nano ETH address, originally one would have had to extract the secret key from the Nano seed, but because Flare are creating an app for the Ledger, this step will not be necessary. I need to double check this. Can’t recall where I read it. I‘ll do some digging 2moro. Bedtime now.
  5. Yes, you can use an ETH address from your Ledger. By doing this, you sacrifice privacy by publicly associating 2 addresses - your XRP and ETH addresses. Security is not compromised. No. The public key is the receiving address and as it needs to be altered to Flare’s format, it will not be received on your Ledger Nano’s ETH address. Your Spark tokens will be received on the modified public address associated with Flare’s blockchain. Flare/Towo is supposedly working on a Ledger app, so at some point, you will likely be importing that modified public address back to your futu
  6. Yes, quite a common scam. See the problem solving section. There are many people who fall for this.
  7. Just like to point out that it’s quite possible that the exchange you are cashing out at may require you to provide information regarding your purchases if they did not originate from their exchange.
  8. Can you elaborate on this step please? If you follow these instructions, you shouldn’t have any problems. https://flare.wietse.com/ Type your public address in to Bithomp Explorer afterwards to check if Flare is enabled.
  9. I think Ripple base the volume from XRPCharts and not the likes of CMC, due to the amount of wash trading etc.
  10. @RazKudos for your prediction. XRP broke orbit just then
  11. I think it’s around 4 billion and average daily sales of 2 million XRP for 2020 He can sell 1.5% of daily volume.
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