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  1. There is still a counterparty risk on the issuing account (raEQc5krJ2rUXyi6fgmUAf63oAXmF7p6jp). When do you set the regularKey to a blackhole address and disable masterKey? Than ALV becomes "counterparty risk free".
  2. Disable the master key of the issuing address und set the regular key to a black hole address. So nobody can change the amount of the issued currency or freeze the token. That means the issued currency is without counterparty risk.
  3. To buy more ALV you can also use ToastWallet (https://toastwallet.com/) or Utoken (https://utoken.cash/#/) or BithompTools (https://bithomp.com/tools/) or Gathub (https://gatehub.net/).
  4. Yes, I am interessted. Please give me some mor information. I need a chart analysis tool which can connect to the issued tokens (IOU).
  5. When somebody issue a digital asset, it is useful to disable the master key of the issuing address und set the regular key to a black hole address. So nobody can change the amount of the issued asset or freeze the token. That means the issued asset is without counterparty risk.
  6. Thank you very much. Also for updating your icecold offline wallet.
  7. I am searching for a chart tool to analyse issued tokens in the XRP Ledger. On https://xrpcharts.ripple.com/#/markets I can analyse the chart. But the tool is unconfortaple for me. No log scale, no lines, .... Is there a better tool (free software) or website (e.g. tradingview)?
  8. What is the default when adding a trust line, without defining a trustset flag? For me, rippling was enabled! I thought it is off by default.
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