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  1. Lol is it really worth your time to even respond This is a fascinating discussion, I’d want to hear more of the technical breakdown of how a private ledger works more optimally then the public ledger:
  2. I have been following $dxy dollar index for some time and it’s correlation to crypto, PMs etc. It has *generally* played out as, $dxy up, btc everything else down, and vice versa: Personally, I don’t see how the dollar can continue rising with where we are at with bonds, $1.9t stimulus, countries wanting to ditch the dollar etc
  3. @BillyOckhamFYI I posed the question to towo and this was the response:
  4. Is it possible to opt out of a future airdrop by just removing the message key and ETH address that you set this up with?
  5. The part that worries me most is that this airdrop will happen over a period of time, each time not knowing what the price is going to be. It’s quite a gamble at this point, on the one hand I really want to claim as much as I can (with the hope that the US could adopt a more friendly regulatory process in the near future) but on the other, I don’t want to be liable for all these taxes if something crazy happens. For this reason, I’ve seen others in the US create a smaller wallet for the claim, I guess I’ll do the same and only claim a small amount.
  6. So I have read a lot on this crazy story with Jed, Jesse Powell, Chris Larsen etc. I’ve never read this steemit before, but it did warrant a response from @JoelKatz . https://steemit.com/ripple/@olyup/fck-you-money-the-rise-and-fall-of-xrp I’ve never seen the theory that FCK/YOU and FCK/XRP is what led to the initial rise in March ‘17 and was a way to raise volume so Jed could sell. Personally I don’t believe it and the wallet does not appear to be his https://bithomp.com/explorer/rJed6Ttuz4aD2EeinKZWPrGK9KiepX2iWL And I don’t know enough to know whether the back and forth trading of those tokens would’ve caused the spike the author suggests. It seems more like a troll post to me
  7. Depends on how you store your XRP. If you use a ledger nano, this guide by @Wietseis very helpful: https://flare.wietse.com You can alternatively send your XRP to somewhere like XUMM or another supporting exchange As always, consider risks and take steps you feel most comfortable with:
  8. Do you attribute any of that anomaly action to Ripples new strategy of buying XRP back from the open market?
  9. @JASCoder is there anything indicating this recent price action is ODL driven or assisted
  10. How do you guys feel tracking now that line of credit is in beta? Is it harder to track the flow:
  11. I know this chart is a rolling 28 day average but damn that fell off a cliff:
  12. Your XRP aren’t locked until snapshot date right? If you set this up with a wallet based on an amount, and then sell xrp, is the number of flare you get based on when you set up the wallet or when the actual snapshot occurs?
  13. @nikb I appreciate the thorough discussion on the topic both here and on Twitter. I do sense a lot of confusion around the incident still, even with @JoelKatz trying to clear the air. I’m curious whether a postmortem would be useful for others to read. I understand you and the team at Ripple are not responsible for the XRPL, but from an earlier comment it looks like you guys did fix an issue (as seen in the commit https://github.com/ripple/rippled/commit/bd2a38f5844ce824c02cce1ed97e9cf0cd04c019). I did go through it but a lot of changes are due to what looks like an ide auto-format adding a bunch of spaces on top of the actual changes that fixed this. From a very simplistic point of view, if you were monitoring for partial validations would that have allowed you to catch this faster and alert validators? Even if you don’t know the specific cause, at least you’d see partial validations and know something is wrong. This seems like an easy enough tool to build, would a tool that lets you look and ensure no partial validations (or which validators are issuing partial validations) be useful to catch something like this in the future? This is by no means me suggesting the tool be built by Ripple, I would give it a shot if I can free up some time in my personal life, just wondering if such a tool would be useful
  14. Hello, I cried reading this thread. It’s been so long. Too long.
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