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SBC-Daniel

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  1. When retrieving account objects from rippled API, any IOU has the following properties "HighLimit" and "LowLimit". Within these fields an issuer, currency code, and amount is listed. https://developers.ripple.com/account_objects.html shows them in the example response but doesn't mention them at all. Im attempting to use these fields to determine balance of individually issued IOU's within a particular account but I cant find any decent documentation explaining the difference in the two fields. I thought I had it figured out, but I now occasionally encounter negative balances and inconsistent results as to if the balance should be pulled from HighLimit or LowLimit. (Perhaps I should be determining IOU balance in a different manner? Maybe account_lines?)
  2. Thanks for the responses. I can see how it’s more efficient and somewhat similar as how web developers minify css and JS code before a production launch. I’m a web developer that has primarily handled front-end development of websites in my career. (Read 0% experience with C++) I’m actively attempting to learn more about RCL so I can expand my contributions to SBC’s development team beyond making the interfaces of our products. Thanks for making that process a bit easier.
  3. Sukrim, they do appear to be bitmasks. Something I haven’t personally encountered before. Prof Hantzen, thanks for the lesson. I’ll see what I can apply to my code and take note that this must be updated as ripple updates anything about the flag codes. Any idea why this methodology was used to communicate flag values instead of listing possible flags and their states in an object? (like they do with a lot of other info)
  4. Ive become stuck attempting to decipher the integer value of the flag field when retrieving account info. It’s fairly simple if only one flag is set. But they seem to do some weird combining of the flag code’s integer value when multiple flags are present. Has anyone been able to successfully determine which flags are set on a specific account using JS?
  5. They don’t mix. I have Gatehub USD ious in my wallet and Bitstamp USD ious in my wallet and they are as separate as my XRP and BTC.
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    Safest Place to Store XRP

    I should also mention, that until March 15, SBC is holding a 100XRP giveaway. We’re trying to promote holding for the long term while getting the word out about our brand. Whoever Escrows at least 500XRP through Harbor or Reservoir Lite for the longest amount of time wins. See our Contest Details for complete rules.
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    Safest Place to Store XRP

    If it is in escrow and someone steals your secret key, you can create a new key and disable the original. Having funds in escrow would prevent them from taking the funds while you are in the process of resetting your secret key. Escrow made the XRP safer in this scenario. We use encrypted fulfillment ID’s to lock the XRP in escrow on top of the time based condition. That means the thief would have to steal 2 pieces of information to access your funds. Our escrow is safer in this scenario. Also, if someone has compromised your computer and steals your wallet password, XRP stored in escrow is safe. If someone threatens you with physical violence to give up your XRP... XRP thats stored in Escrow is safe from that. It’s safe from court order. It’s safe from manipulation and phishing. Storing XRP in Escrow the way we do it is absoluatly safer than having it sitting in your wallet, regardless of wallet tech.
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    Safest Place to Store XRP

    Linux and Mobile versions are coming this year. But they have taken a back seat to another major feature.
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    Safest Place to Store XRP

    We believe Escrow is absoluatly the safest place to store XRP. Secure Block Chains has 2 products that allow you to place your XRP into escrow. It’s easiest within Harbor, our XRP Wallet. Harbor Wallet If you have another wallet you prefer and that wallet can send funds with an invoice ID you can use Reservoir Lite
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    Win 100XRP

    Our process doesn’t take longer than 1 second to send the transaction. Your also giving pretty poor advice on the other 2 points. 1) Why the 68 year time gap between recommended escrow dates? 2) Why do people need to watch one of my personal wallet addresses? Escrows submitted with Harbor originate from the owners address and don’t flow through Reservoir’s Wallet. (The address you meant to share starts with “rJ”) Finally, users concerned with losing their anonymity could email us their tx hash or could simply choose not to participate.
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    Win 100XRP

    “The RiverSong Galaxy”... I’d visit there.
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    Win 100XRP

    Excellent questions. Releasing your escrow is not dependent on Reservior Lite or Harbor. You will have your Fulfillment ID before you send funds. That is the password used to unlock your funds when the expiration date passes. At that time you can use US or any XRP escrow processor to release the funds.
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    Win 100XRP

    Even if you don’t win the promotion, you still win when you release the escrow and start picking colors for the lambo.
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    Win 100XRP

    Win 100XRP! SBC is seeking to increase awareness of your ability to use Escrow while challenging the XRP community to show their commitment to holding XRP for the long run. We are giving away 100XRP to the person that Escrows at least 500XRP for the farthest date in the future. Escrow is the safest possible manner to store XRP. Your basically locking it in a timed vault with a very secure password. The password only works once the timer is done. Use this for protecting your investment from theft. Protect it from your itchy sell finger when the price jumps a little. Save it for your kids graduation or a number of other reasons. You can easily send your XRP to Escrow using Reservoir Lite or send it with Harbor Wallet, SBC’s new XRP Wallet. See this link for full contest rules. https://www.secureblockchains.com/promotion/
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    Removing the Wallet from rippex.net

    Sad to see you leaving the community, your wallet provided an excellent solution for the early XRP community. For those users looking for that new wallet developed my members of the community, check out Harbor Wallet from Secure Block Chains. It allows users to send and receive XRP, trade XRP for other crypto, and Escrow their funds
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