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  1. Keep for a rainy day. Reserve may be lower in the future.
  2. You may get more responses in the technical sub forum. @Pablo Possible move? @mDuo13 Should be able to answer your question.
  3. https://bithomp.com/tools/ Or for a simple paper wallet use https://bithomp.com/wallets/paper
  4. Yes, sure. Bithomp wallet is what I recommend. For best security, download the offline tools and use on an offline computer.
  5. Did you create the wallet on Toast? Or did you import a wallet to toast?
  6. Only if you have a backup of your previous toast wallet.
  7. I respect Sukrim’s opinions as he can be a bit critical (for want of a better word) of the XRPL sometimes and has a much better understanding than most as he’s been around a good while. Here’s a similar question on Reddit where he responds. https://i.reddit.com/r/Ripple/comments/bs6kr2/security_concern/ He’s also a member here if you want to discuss it more in depth. Throw him or mDuo an @tag if you can’t find your answer. To try and answer your question, I think you need 80% agreement of all validators to make changes to the code base. For a fork, I think you only need a few trusted validators, but if your transactions differ from the main ledger, they will be excluded. (I have no clue what happens here regarding the fork and how it works ledger-wise) Trying to gain an 80% majority by trying to convince the rest of the network that your fork is better would be extremely difficult. I could be totally wrong so don’t go on what I’ve said.
  8. For starters, it's posted in Alt Coins and General Fintech, so a relation to XRP is not necessary. https://github.com/corda/corda/graphs/contributors They'd appreciate your expertise “The deployment of the Corda Settler and its support for XRP as the first settlement mechanism is an important step in showing how the powerful ecosystems cultivated by two of the world’s most influential crypto and blockchain communities can work together.” “While the Settler will be open to all forms of crypto and traditional assets, this demonstration with XRP is the next logical step in showing how widespread acceptance and use of digital assets to transfer value and make payments can be achieved.” Richard Gendal Brown, CTO at R3
  9. Fine talent you have there. Well done.
  10. Oh loads. They are treated like Kobe beef and have their arses wiped with silk, embroidered with the XRP logo.
  11. Nice work!! Please, nobody else quote the OP. My poor thumb! 😂 @WuWei
  12. FUD! That’s just a fork of Bust-A-Move https://www.retrogames.cz/play_879-SNES.php?language=EN
  13. I like their philosophy. Built from the ground up with high assurance in mind. A bit out of date but great info if you need it https://blockgeeks.com/guides/what-is-cardano/ I also love the fact that IOHK have people like Michael Peyton-Jones doing R&D. Look at the passion this guy has towards programming languages. This was 7 years ago.
  14. I’ve got a small chunk of CSC (CasinoCoin), just in case. I hold some BTR. Now I’ve reached my XRP goal I plan to add some IOTA to cover M2M industry. VET for supply chain and ADA for smart contracts.
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