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  1. I like this design. It looks complete (But I would not pay 19.99 USD for it. I would be willing to pay 6.99 USD for it):
  2. @Simoun Here are the instructions on how to to generate a signed offline "Offer Create" transaction using the wallet Ripplerm to sell 70,000 ALV (Allvor) at a ask price of 0.0005 XRP. The wallet Ripplerm can be downloaded from here: https://github.com/ripplerm/ripple-wallet/releases and must be used with the web browser Firefox (It does not work with Google Chrome). How Much XRP Will I Receive for 70,000 ALV Tokens If I Sell At a Ask Price of 0.0005 XRP? If you sell 70,000 ALV (Allvor at a ask price of 0.0005 XRP, you will receive 35 XRP. 0.0005 (your ask price) x 70,000 (the amount of ALV you want to sell) = 35 XRP. After you have submitted your offline signed transaction, you can check it by going to https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/graph and entering your XRP wallet address, and then scroll down the page to view your "Transaction History". You should see something like this: If you want to view the current bid and ask prices for ALV (Allvor), you can view them here: https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/markets/ALV:raEQc5krJ2rUXyi6fgmUAf63oAXmF7p6jp/XRP?interval=15m&range=1d&type=line. Here are the instructions on how to sell 70,000 ALV (Allvor) at a ask price of 0.0005 for 35 XRP: Before you open the wallet Ripperm in the web browser Firefox, make sure you have disconnected your computer from the internet. After you have saved the tx-blob.txt file to your computer, quit and close the web browser Firefox and the wallet Ripperm. Now reconnect your computer to the internet and reopen the wallet Ripperm again in the web browser Firefox, and then do the following: Additional Important Information Make sure in the TakerGets section (shown in instruction step 7 above) that you place a tick in the TakerGets IOU checkbox and that you enter Allvor's account address ( raEQc5krJ2rUXyi6fgmUAf63oAXmF7p6jp ) into the "issuer" text input field. Do not place a tick in the TakerPays IOU checkbox. Also, do not place a tick in the "multi-signature" checkbox as shown in the illustration below: Converting XRP to Drops (If You Are Selling Your Allvor Tokens for 10 to 99 XRPs) When you generate a signed offline "Offer Create" order so that you can sell your Allvor tokens for XRP, you must specify the total amount of XRP you want to receive for your Allvor in drops. You will enter the price in drops here: Easiest way to convert XRP to drops is to use the following method. Lets say you wanted to sell 70,000 ALV at a ask price of 0.0005125 XRP. You can use the following calculation to determine the total amount of XRP you will receive for your 70,000 Allvor: 0.0005125 (your ask price) x 70,000 (the amount of ALV you want to sell) = 35.875 XRP. To convert 35.875 XRP to drops, add 3 zeroes to the end of 35.875 so that the number becomes 8 digits long (35875000). So 35.875 XRP will be 35875000 (35 million eight hundred and seventy-five thousand) in drops. Again if you wanted to sell lets say 70,000 ALV at at a ask price of 0.000517 XRP. You would use the same calculation: 0.000517 (your ask price) x 70,000 (the amount of ALV you want to sell) = 36.19 XRP. To convert 36.19 XRP to drops, add 4 zeroes to the end of 36.19 so that the number again becomes 8 digits long (36190000). So 36.19 XRP will be 36190000 (36 million one hundred and ninety thousand) in drops. So all you will need to do to convert XRP to drops (this only works if you are selling your Allvor tokens for 10 to 99 XRPs) is to add the required number of 0's to the end of the number to make it 8 digits long in total. So to convert 41.2 XRP to drops, add 5 digits to end of 41.2 so that the number becomes 8 digits long (41200000). So 41.2 XRP will be 41200000 (forty-one million two hundred thousand) in drops. Converting XRP to Drops (If You Are Selling Your Allvor Tokens for 100 to 999 XRPs) You can convert 100 to 999 XRP to drops by adding the required number of 0's to the end of the number to make it 9 digits long in total. So to convert 175.8 XRP to drops, add 5 digits to end of 175.8 so that the number becomes 9 digits long (175800000). So 175.8 XRP will be 175800000 (one hundred and seventy-five million, eight hundred thousand) in drops.
  3. I wonder if the recent news about the court order that was issued against iFinex Inc. that claims Bitfinex covered an $850 million loss using Tether funds has anything to do with today's drop in Bitcoin's price? Article is here: https://www.coindesk.com/bitfinex-ny-prosecutors-tether-850-million-allege The court order that was issued against iFinex Inc., (which operates both Bitfinex and Tether) can be found here: https://www.scribd.com/document/407628729/2019-04-24-signed-order#from_embed Tether's response to the New York Attorney General’s court filings: https://tether.to/tether-respond-to-new-york-attorney-generals-actions/
  4. I see what you are saying. EOS had a high of approximately 5 euros on the 7th of November 2018. XRP had a high of approximately 0.48 euros on the 7th of November 2018. EOS then went down to approximately 1.52 euros on the 8th of December 2018 (a 30.4% decrease in price since the 7th of November's high of around 5 euros). XRP on the same date was approximately 0.26 euros (a 45.8333% decrease in price since the 7th of November's high of around 0.48 euros. Since then EOS has regained it's losses while XRP has not regained all it's losses from 0.48 euros and is lagging behind at 0.29 euros at the time of me writing this post. Personally I am not worried. I look at XRP's current low price as a buying opportunity. I only care about XRP's long-term outlook and it's long-term future price potential in relation to the odds of it being widely adopted and used. So I keep buying at the lowest price possible and HOLD - no profit taking. Like I said, I view XRP as a long-term investment and I expect the price of XRP to move upwards massively in the long-term either due to being widely adopted and used and the speculative price increase that will happen in such a scenario, or if Bitcoin was to go on a massive bull-run. The price of XRP is low today, but can rapidly increase at any time.
  5. Saying XRP has not moved a single percent is factually incorrect and you know it. I bought more XRP on the 26th of March 2019 for 0.26289 euros per XRP. On the 3rd of April the price of XRP increased approximately to 0.32800. That is a 24.767% increase from the price I bought XRP at. So how can you say XRP has not moved a single percent? Yes, there are other coins that have made bigger gains during the same time frame, but saying XRP has not increased at all in value is incorrect. XRP is a long-term investment (years). So expect to see a big price increase over the long-term, unless Bitcoin goes on a massive bull run. If you are after short-term gains, you can always buy the other coins (EOS, Binance Coin, etc) that are making bigger gains. What is stopping you? As far as I am concerned if XRP can stay in the price range of 0.20 to 0.30 for the next year and a half that would be great. It means I'll have more time to accumulate much more XRP.
  6. @eXRPe The following XRP contributions that are listed on your website: 14.837676 XRP, 15.137754 XRP, and 15.420201 XRP, was those contributions made by you to test that your website was working properly? I am asking because I noticed the same amounts (14.837676 XRP, 15.137754 XRP, and 15.420201 XRP) have now been removed from the XRP contribution pot.
  7. 50,000 as a minimum. Ideal amount would be 100,000 and upwards.
  8. This is exactly what I did 2 months ago after I sent back to Amazon a Sandisk Extreme Pro 3.1 USB stick that I did not completely wipe 100% (I thought I did, but it turns out I did not) so that my deleted files (which included my 24 word seed) can not be recovered by any software. I transferred everything to the exchange Kraken, created a new 24 word seed on my Ledger Nano, and then sent everything back to my Ledger Nano. I now keep my 24 word seed backed up on two separate Samsung and Crucial solid state USB sticks inside an encrypted file that has AES(Twofish, Serpent) encryption and uses the SHA-512 hash algorithm. My AES(Twofish, Serpent) encrypted file is protected by a complex 64 character password, a PIN code, and several files that are also needed to open my encrypted file that contains my 24 word seed. I used the software VeraCrypt (https://www.veracrypt.fr) to create the encrypted file that holds my 24 word seed. I should also add that I disable the ability to delete, change, or write files to my solid state USB sticks if I know I will be using my solid state USB sticks in someone else's computer (which I rarely do). So my solid state USB sticks mainly stay in read-only mode. Doing so safeguards against viruses being written to them when they are inserted into the USB port of someone else's computer. Here is one of my solid state USB sticks that contains the AES(Twofish, Serpent) encrypted file that has my 24 word seed. Inside the USB stick enclosure case is a Crucial MX500 M.2 SATA solid state drive: If I need to decrypt and view the file that contains my 24 word seed, I do it on a permanently offline computer that never connects to the internet.
  9. Why would I be crapping my pants when even if something did go wrong during the update process I could just reset the device, try updating it again, and then restore my wallet using my 24 word seed? Buying a new device makes no sense whatsoever when the person already has a perfectly working Ledger Nano in their possession. What you are saying makes no sense and is completely irrational. Anyone experiencing trouble updating to the latest Ledger Nano firmware version can use the repair tool that is available in the Ledger Live desktop software application (version 1.3.2 and upwards). Instructions on how to do so can be found here: https://www.reddit.com/r/ledgerwallet/comments/aiqtkf/updated_firmware_update_repair_tool_available_in/. Even if someone was to take your advice and unnecessarily went and bought a new Ledger Nano, there is no guarantee that the new device will come with the latest firmware already installed on it. Mine didn't and I had to update it.
  10. The Ledger Nano 1.5.5 is a necessary update as far as I am concerned. It fixes an issue where a malicious wallet app could empty all the funds from every bitcoin address on your Ledger Nano that contains funds. Ledger has updated the bitcoin app to version 1.3.4 and issued the 1.5.5 firmware update to fix this vulnerability. This bug most likely also affects other cryptocurrency apps that you have on your Ledger Nano that are based on the bitcoin app. There is a way to update just the bitcoin app to fix this issue without updating to the latest firmware, but I don't recommend do that. Ledger says that "firmware version 1.5.5 includes security improvements and additional functionality for the Ledger Nano S." More info about this vulnerability here: https://sergeylappo.github.io/ledger-hack
  11. Thanks for the detailed explanation. You do not need to mine Callisto, you can just buy Callisto from an exchange such as https://www.stex.com. I use https://wallet.callisto.network to stake my Callisto. I use a Ledger Nano S to do the staking and retrieving of my Callisto staking reward. Full tutorial on how to stake Callisto with a Ledger Nano S can be found here: https://forum.callisto.network/t/how-to-stake-with-your-ledger-nano-s/317. I took a look at the Celsius app - looks very interesting. I own a large amount of XRP and I'm very paranoid about losing my XRP holdings, so I will not use any apps to earn interest on my XRP holdings. I need to retain 100% control of my XRP wallet addresses and private keys. I bought a very large amount of Callisto for a cheap enough price that I am willing to take the risk in staking them and losing my Callisto investment. But I will not take that sort of risk with my XRP holdings.
  12. @Tinyaccount I think this is the post @dr_ed made (it's on page 4 of this thread) that @Roaring_Twenties is referring to: I assume @dr_ed is staking either his VeChain (VET) or NEXO tokens to earn dividends on his staking balance. He then uses the dividends he has earned to buy more XRP. Other cryptocurrency coins such as Callisto, allow you to cold stake your Callisto tokens and earn interest on your staking balance (current monthly interest rate is 3.7%). And then with the interest you have earned you could buy more XRP - which is what I do.
  13. That is not the correct quote. The correct quote is: At Swell, Santander Head of Innovation Ed Metzger said the bank’s vision in the integration of Ripple is to utilize xCurrent, Ripple’s enterprise blockchain, to improve the lives of its customers. As you can see from the correct quote I posted above, XRP is not mentioned at all. Santander's One Pay FX service currently uses xCurrent, not XRP.
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