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  1. https://ripple.com/dev-blog/statement-on-the-biased-nonce-sense-paper/ Some further questions: How does this affect transactions signed with the old Ripple desktop and web clients (Ripple Wallet and Ripple Trade, pre-August 2015 releases)? Did they never or only sometimes use deterministic nonces? Is there a way to check specific transactions for the nonce method? If transactions used non-deterministic nonces, is there any reason to be especially concerned about random number generation or biased nonces with these old Ripple clients? @mDuo13 @nikb @JoelKatz
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    XRP vs XLM

    Thread locked for infighting.
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    XRP vs XLM

    @AllinXRP If you wish to criticize another forum member, please do so without name-calling.
  4. @Invincible, when you come across threads that you think need moderation, please flag them to bring to the moderators' attention.
  5. Discussion is off-topic; thread locked.
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    USFederalReserve Transaction from 2014

    The owner of that wallet probably just made up that alias. In fact, a lot of people back then were creating account aliases like ~CocaCola, ~Amazon, ~BillGates, etc. No chance that transaction had anything to do with the Fed.
  7. Why not choose a random number or ledger hash?
  8. @yxxyun, good guess: https://github.com/stellar/stellar-core/issues/224
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    data api v2 get_payments

    Can you elaborate? Which response were you expecting and why do you think this is incorrect?
  10. @Mcripple please post a link or other information.
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    Anyone care to shed some light on this...

    @fregatta's toast. ??
  12. Due to personal attacks, this thread is locked. Please keep future threads on topic.
  13. https://github.com/mikemilano/xrphp "This is a PHP 7.1+ library for communication with the XRP Ledger. The intention is to provide PHP developers with an easy way to interact/explore with the rippled API. The Ripple Developer Portal is a great resource to use along side this project to study basic and advanced concepts of the XRP ledger."
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    Zcash added to Gemini

    @mm34505, please provide a link.
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