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  1. The presentation is available from the page above: "Together at Last... Blockchain & same day ACH: A real Story" I'm sure there a lot of nice infos, for example this is the first time I see YES BANK (India's fifth largest private sector Bank).
  2. Sorry I post a lot lately but, talking about complexity (see my post on the previous page) what this user is trying to do? It's the Gatehub hot wallets page, looks like the user is trying to send Gatehub.USD to Bitstamp, is it even possible?
  3. We don't need "community" version, but yes Bitgo is oriented toward enterprises and has fee. Gateways, don't need to develop a new desktop wallet, they can fork Ripple Desktop Wallet from Rippex, it can be improved but as it is it working really great and look very pro. Also I think we're now transitioning from the gateway model to adding XRP to major exchanges, which maybe is not so bad. Btw, I emailed Exodus less than a month and they were not so categorical.
  4. I agree with you, but then a community wallet is not helping, the only solution I see to solve your points is if more gateways offer the desktop ripple wallet (like Rippex), if a known third party offer a wallet or XRP support (that's why I talked about Exodus, you can always ask them if you want to see XRP supported - but I could talk about Bitgo which should be coming soon btw), if Ripple offer a wallet themselves (which they'll be allowed to soon or later).
  5. It's funny most people answer to the question: "What kind of community supported wallet would you use?" "Desktop wallet" When we already have a really great community Desktop wallet available and thus (imo) not what is missing right now. So I don't know maybe people don't know Ripple Desktop Wallet? Don't like it (too complicated)? Would like it to be available from if it was possible? or they'd prefer a known multi assets wallet like Exodus? Edit: or maybe they're already using Desktop Wallet and they're happy with it.
  6. Semi, I meant you have Gatehub credentials you can recover but your funds are stored on RCL with a secret key. But clearly there are probably other advanced solution as suggest by Cobra-kai:
  7. The only recovery possibility I see is from a database which imply you trusting the service and possible malicious attempts. Phone: I don't see how to offer recovery without a database and credentials. Desktop wallet: you have the wallet file and the secret key, so that make 2 recovery option. But not helping if everything is stored on your computer without backup. How I see it: Open source community wallets you can access with your secret key and inviting you to print, save your secret key when creating a wallet. Semi centralised service you trust with database for credentials recovery. Hardware wallets: Coming.
  8. The same can be said for a phone application wallet, a desktop application wallet or an hosted wallet. You have to save your secret key or wallet file somewhere safe. I don't see a magic answer for this but maybe I'm missing something. The other option is to trust a semi-centralised service like a Gateway which will help you if you lose your credentials to the site / app and you still have your funds on decentralised RCL whatever happen to the gateway.
  9. For an hosted wallet, end user just needs to browse to the wallet website (but I think you talk about the origin of the code). I agree about the trust aspect, but for example Github Pages ( ) are hosted directly from GitHub repository, which everyone can inspect.
  10. I don't know if the analogy to is good because store your email and password. An hosted wallet I would like to use is something like minimalist Ripple client but with a better UI (direct interaction with Ripple network but nothing stored by the site).
  11. I guess we could also fork the official Ripple client (Rippletrade), run it on Github pages, the UI is very good and it's translated in several languages or the old client V1 before Rippletrade: "Compiled version of the ripple client that runs on Github Pages"
  12. I would suggest to pm your email address to Enej
  13. If you plan to use Ripple desktop wallet, you don't need generateSecretOffline you can generate a keypair with Ripple desktop wallet directly. Yes, you imported your private key in Ripple desktop Client it's fine. Normally, you should enter your public address r4rCwpazUfh9K8eTysWfLv6Bu1nTwSaULa on Bittrex and send 20+ XRP to it and it should work, but maybe they don't allow to send XRP to a non-activated wallet? Not sure I understand your question, but if you generate a new wallet (no matter the method used) and transfer at least 20+ XRP on it yes it will activate. XRP by definition can't be freezed, has no counterparty risk, only IOU are tied to a gateway. If you created a wallet with Gatehub for example you would be able to use it with any other wallet. The advantage using Ripple desktop wallet, minimalist client or generateSecretOffline is you don't have credentials on a website yes it's free from exchanges and corporations. You can view your balance by entering your public address here:
  14. or if you want to transfer your coins from your paper wallet back to Bitrex you can use: or
  15. I think you mean transfer your XRP from Bitrex to a paper wallet? Then you can generate a paper wallet with Bithomp: or by downloading this tool: