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  1. Isn't that the whole point of the FTSO? To synchronise on-network F-asset prices with the outside world prices.
  2. You can show your appreciation further by 'liking' the posts that have helped you, via the button in the bottom right corner. If you decide to go the Linux route, I would not use the very latest distros - go for something like Mint 17, otherwise you could run into dependency problems as libraries have changed. I can give you a download link to the Linux Ripple client if you DM me.
  3. That's the latest version I think, from 2015. I haven't tried the Windows Ripple application for years. I'm pretty sure that the Linux application still works, though it's been a few months since I fired it up. Do you have any experience with Linux? Could be worth learning the basics if there's a lot of money at stake (don't tell us, or anyone for that matter, how much!).
  4. Can you see the version number? And you didn't state which OS.
  5. You say you have the original Ripple desktop wallet - where did you get that from and when? Which operating system? If you have the correct application and are sure that the wallet.txt file corresponds to the password, it's most unusual that it won't open.
  6. I won't post the link, but there's a new channel streaming live right now called Official Ripple Channel, promoting a 100 million XRP giveaway purportedly to celebrate Ripple's victory over the SEC (which is fake news). Of course, it's a scam. I have reported both the channel and the stream. If you come across it, I encourage you to do the same. EDIT: It seems the associated XRPL address is already in the Xrplorer.com (XRP Forensics) database.
  7. I don't have the Mac version of the Ripple desktop client, unfortunately. @RobertHarpool has it. You could ask him nicely for the install file.
  8. I have the last official Ripple desktop clients for Windows and Linux released by Ripple in 2015. Once installed, you should simply be able to open your wallet.txt file using the password. You can then reveal the secret key beginning with 's' and import that to another wallet; I recommend Xumm.
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