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  1. Asked about XRP at Swell

    I'm not an expert but banks don't have to touch xrp directly themself but still benefit it (market makers) idk someone will probably answer you better.
  2. (he is a speaker at Swell if I understand this correctly)
  3. Bank of Japan Speech, SBI Ven Capital!

    I also agree the boj document is not directly related to Ripple
  4. BitStamp Volume cease

    global 24h volume is not bad looks about the same as btc cash.
  5. Great article, lots of interesting stuff to read, please don't post long quotes of the article on the forum: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/10-top-cryptocurrency-investors-share-their-favorite_us_599bb27de4b0521e90cfb4e9
  6. Toast Wallet vs Cold Storage

    You can import your secret key in Rippex desktop wallet, do your transaction, and delete local wallet file when you're done (you can also keep the wallet file if you're ok with it). This assumes your computer is secure. Edit: you can also take a look at regular key feature of rippex wallet or sign a transaction offline. https://rippex.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/categories/200294024-Ripple-Wallet https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/1226-desktop-wallet-how-to-create-and-sign-transactions-offline-and-publish-them-in-an-online-computer/
  7. You can also check this thread: https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/4063-popular-wallets/
  8. LTC for XRP

    Changelly ? Otherwise Poloniex or Bittrex but you'll have to go to btc first.
  9. PAPER WALLET - is this enough for safety?

    yes, for example your import your secret key in Rippex, you can even generate transactions offline and transfer them to an online computer to execute them without exposing your secret key, but that's more complicated.
  10. PAPER WALLET - is this enough for safety?

    I don't know the first one (ripplepaperwallet.com and the fifth one (ripplewallet.pro) otherwise others are known and trusted. The third one (minimalist ripple client) has known issues with Safari, do not use it with Safari you might generate an invalid wallet (in general don't use Safari to generate a wallet). Your procedure is fine, personally I test my secret key one time online to be sure everything is fine but you can do it offline by importing your secret key in a wallet and see if ripple wallet public address matches secret key you generated. Edit: here is a list of trusted wallets: https://www.xrpchat.com/topic/4063-popular-wallets/
  11. I've used the minimalist client for years without issue (even very recently to move funds between cold wallets) wallet is fine and secure but clearly it's not working correctly with Safari, anyway it's always a good idea to test your generated wallet at least once.. Btw Karlos already removed links to this wallet.
  12. https://www.xrpchat.com/forum/41-tutorials/ That would be me, I would generate a keypair on ubuntu, test the secret key once to see if everything is ok and then print the secret key.
  13. Newbie from australia

  14. I doubt it is related to your posting you on this forum.. But sure, everyone should be cautious about scam attempts.