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  1. Unfortunately, no. There are no legitimate "ongoing XRP giveaways". Sorry to say you've been scammed.
  2. If you've got the XRP secret/seed that starts with the letter s you can go ahead and just use my tools. See here:https://github.com/SimpleXRPTools/SimpleXRPTools If you've only got the private key, then maybe you can find something using Ripple-Lib. See here: https://xrpl.org/cryptographic-keys.html#private-key
  3. Look into the XUMM app. That might be easier for you.
  4. You could use my tools to do it. See here: https://github.com/SimpleXRPTools/SimpleXRPTools Specifically these: https://github.com/SimpleXRPTools/SimpleXRPTools/tree/master/claim_flare
  5. That's exactly the right ratio. See here: https://blog.flare.xyz/the-xrp-flr-ratio/
  6. I haven't done this personally, and I don't know if it's still a safe option, but on their twitter they mention you can still use the browser based version here: https://toastwallet.com/browser/index.html Whatever you do, don't use the Toast+ (Toast Plus?) app. That's a scam and will steal all your XRPs.
  7. The old Toast wallet has been discontinued, you shouldn't use that anymore (although I'm pretty sure it still works). See here: If you really need to, you can still use the browser version here: https://toastwallet.com/browser/index.html I really hope you're not using Toast Plus because that's been proven to be a scam wallet. If so, it's likely your XRPs have been stolen and your account deleted. Search your XRP Address here to check it's current balance/status: https://livenet.xrpl.org/ If you can get a hold of your XRP secret/seed then you can use my tools to claim flare. See here: https://github.com/SimpleXRPTools/SimpleXRPTools If you don't trust my tools (you'd be right to be sceptical) you might be better off using Wieste Wind's tool and the Xumm app. See here: https://flare.wietse.com/
  8. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but if you're using Toast Plus then you've been scammed. See this thread:
  9. No. Report the theft to your local law enforcement agency and claim the loss on your tax return (if that's possible in your country). While it's not impossible for the perpetrators to be brought to justice, it's EXTREMELY unlikely. Sorry for the bad news.
  10. I now think it was a bad idea to mention it at all. While I agree it's appealing, it's still putting extra layers of complication, or you could say say 'moving parts', between yourself and the XRP secret/seed that starts with s. Never forget the KISS principle.
  11. You're welcome. I can see why this might be confusing. When I said that you "could" use your BIP39 Mnemonic on the generate_new_xrp_account_using_entropy.html page I didn't mean to imply that there was any relationship between my (really Ripple's) method and Ian Coleman's. I was just thinking that it might be attractive to some people to reuse their BIP39 mnemonic as their seed. This is just needlessly confusing. I'll get rid of this reference in the next few days. Thanks for the heads up.
  12. I think a cryptographer could give you a definitive answer whether you could ever generate the new XRP secret/seed from the details you have now, but IMHO you're out of luck. You'll never be able to gain access to them. Hope it wasn't too much.
  13. Other than XRP, everything listed on the built in XRP Ledger Decentralised Exchange is an IOU. To redeem whatever you've bought on the exchange for the real asset, you need to go through the organisation that issued the IOU. These links should help: https://support.gatehub.net/hc/en-us/articles/360021238434-What-are-issuances-IOUs- https://support.gatehub.net/hc/en-us/articles/360021426453-Gateways
  14. I can't claim they are better than other options, but I think my browser-based tools might be the simplest for individuals to check whether the code is safe or not. See here: https://github.com/SimpleXRPTools/SimpleXRPTools Specifically generate_new_xrp_account.html and generate_new_xrp_account_using_entropy.html
  15. I'm sorry to say this, but there's no way anyone can reverse the transaction, that's not how blockchains/cryptocurrencies work. I would encourage you to take all you details to the Singaporean police and file a report. This will probably be required to claim the loss on your Tax Return (not sure that's actually possible in Singapore). However, the likelihood this will result in you getting your XRP back is basically 0.
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