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  1. I would get in touch with the XRP Forensics team over on Twitter. They may be able to assist you in the future when the coins move to a VASP.
  2. In the situation that you have described here you would take the 100 USD at the current market price of CAD, say approximately 131$ (the exchange rate is exactly 130.973$CAD actually), and you would charge a service fee on the deposit for processing the transaction through the XRPL. You as a Gateway earn revenue by defining a fee structure which provides revenue to you and you hold exactly the 130$CAD that is owed to the client to be repaid upon redemption of the Ripple IOUs which would act as warehouse receipts onto the physical (nowadays digital) delvery of the tangible financial assets you
  3. https://www.fintrac-canafe.gc.ca/guidance-directives/exam-examen/cam/cams-eng
  4. Ah thank you so much for the link! Still having problems getting the script to work with my rippled server though. I'm getting a code 200 for some reason when connecting over wss.
  5. https://www.fintrac-canafe.gc.ca/publications/ar/2020/1-eng
  6. Please don't post off-topic posts and try to keep the discussion on point. I was quite ill yesterday so I just posted this link from my smartphone without any commentary. The pertinent information from this update are these three sections:
  7. https://www.fintrac-canafe.gc.ca/covid19/flexible-measures-eng
  8. I would like to display the information about my new rippled validator. I used to have a RippleAPI script that displayed the info from the XAGATE validator back in the day, unfortunately, that script has been lost to time and I need to write it again. I am attempting to retrieve server info using this code (and the public rippled server to test): <html> <head><title>SOS Rippled Validator</title></head> <body> <h1>The Streets of Silver Rippled Validator</h1> <p>Under construction</p> <p>
  9. If you also experience the problem that I was encountering, this is the solution that worked for me. The problem is that the default firewall settings for CentOS 7.9 pervert the connection to the RCL network. If you have WHM installed on your server, navigate to Plugins > ConfigServer Security > Firewall > Firewall configuration and add the following ports to TCP_IN and TCP_OUT: 5005,2459,51235,6006,6005,50051. You can also do it manually via the command line, the configuration file is located at /etc/csf/csf.conf. You will need to restart csf+lfd as well as the rippled servic
  10. I have rented a new dedicated server to host a rippled validator. Right now it is operating in stock mode. I have made no changes to the default rippled.cfg file. The server_info command returns the following output: [root@server1 html]# /opt/ripple/bin/rippled server_info Loading: "/etc/opt/ripple/rippled.cfg" 2020-Nov-10 17:20:39.368218366 UTC HTTPClient:NFO Connecting to { "result" : { "info" : { "build_version" : "1.6.0", "closed_ledger" : { "age" : 1869, "base_fee_xrp" : 1e-05, "hash" : "68E96E053752C277
  11. I'm sorry to hear about this blunder of yours. This reminds me of the time that I bought 2 BTC (for 12$CAD back in the day) and instead of sending the funds to my BTC address, I pasted in an address from satoshidice.com and sent the BTC from the exchange to roll some dice.. To this day I wonder if the exchange won some BTC on behalf of that blunder
  12. Alrighty, thanks so much to you @jargoman@jn_r and also to Chris Clark for all of the lessons you've taught me about the functionality of Javascript and ripple-lib as well as all of the code examples you've provided. Thanks especially for waking me up to the missing module and variable falling out of scope respectively you two I've created a repository named update-XRPL-orderbook with the completed project under an MIT license. I will most likely be subscribing to the paid GoldAPI.io plan to get unlimited requests soon so that I may set up a cron to run every ten or fifteen minutes to
  13. I'll update my code on my machine and on the newly created repository I just made named update-XRPL-orderbook after I have had a rest as I've been up all night.
  14. Yes, that is the very first output to the console before the async code runs.
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