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  1. Hi, Thanks for a good question. Actually, both ledger and trezor allow us to get other xrp addresses as well. (It's just a change of derivation path). We just didn't work on it yet (UI wise), as it wasn't so popular yet to have a multiple xrp addresses on hardware wallets. We can add that to our roadmap, if we will see a higher demand, we can implement this. //sorry for late answer, I just saw it.
  2. Yes, I got a reply: One more time, thanks for reporting it @crypto_deus and thanks for the ping @Flintstone
  3. Thanks for a screenshot @crypto_deus, I've sent them another email.
  4. @hexripple @Flintstone You can decode transaction here: https://bithomp.com/submit/ it's client side (works offline) and opensourced. we have a js lib to decode transaction: https://github.com/Bithomp/decodeXrplTx very easy to use <html> <head> <title>Bithomp-decode</title> </head> <body> TX blob: <input id="tx" /> <br><br> <button id="decode">Decode</button> <br><br> <pre id="output"></pre> <script src="decodeXrplTx.min.js"></script> <script> var output = document.getElementById("output"); document.getElementById("decode").onclick = function() { var tx = document.getElementById("tx").value; var txJson = decodeXrplTx.decodeTx(tx); output.innerHTML = JSON.stringify(txJson, null, 2); } </script> </body> </html>
  5. @crypto_deus @Flintstone I got a reply. if you have a screenshot, please send it here.
  6. @crypto_deus Thanks for reporting this. @Flintstone Thanks for mentioning me in the thread. I wrote them an email (a form on their website), let see if they reply. @crypto_deus if you know their contacts, please share or give them our email support [at] bithomp.com Last months it was a lot of fishing (bithomp like) sites registered, I guess they didn't figure out bithomp.com is the official one. Thanks.
  7. Hi all, I've added Trezor Model T support on Bithomp.
  8. counterparty is an IOU issuer xrpl address. EUR is an IOU on the XRPL. You can place an order to buy 50 EUR IOU issued by one entity with the total price to be paid of 50 EUR issued by another entity. I don't know many EUR IOU issuers, Gatehub is the only one I am aware of. so, for Gatehub EUR, the counterparty probably would be rhub8VRN55s94qWKDv6jmDy1pUykJzF3wq
  9. https://card2xrp.com supports buying xrp with x-address https://bithomp.com and xrpscan support searching for x-address
  10. @jbjnr Actually, in v1 you can also get usernames, both old rippletrade usernames and bithomp usernames. /v1/user/{address} https://bithomp.com/api/v1/user/rB5TihdPbKgMrkFqrqUC3yLdE8hhv4BdeY or you can wait for v2, where in one requests you can get both service info (if exists) and a username.
  11. Did you know we have XRP price alert channels? On telegram: https://t.me/s/bithomp On twitter: https://twitter.com/BithompAlerts and we have an api for it: https://bithomp.com/dev#alerts https://bithomp.com/api/v1/price/xrp/alerts
  12. @jbjnr Hello, thanks for you question. chrislarsen is a username of a private account. When you search in bithomp you can see all the old rippletrade usernames and all the new usernames registered on bithomp. When you use API: /v1/userinfo/{address} You only see public service addresses(now we call it "service info"), but not private addresses information like usernames/xAddress/inception etc. That was a bit confusing, that's why we developed API v2. It's already available for our partners for the last half an year, but it's not yet public. In v2, in one address query you can get service info, username info, xAddress, paymentID, parent info (service info, username info, xAddress, paymentID). You can contact me in DM with description about your project, we might give you an access to V2 before it's published. examples for quering rB5TihdPbKgMrkFqrqUC3yLdE8hhv4BdeY or rPEPPER7kfTD9w2To4CQk6UCfuHM9c6GDY {"address":"rB5TihdPbKgMrkFqrqUC3yLdE8hhv4BdeY","xAddress":"XVhTtUBxbPPhgsd5QBpe8o4q5M731zA4gkqRUUKzQ5nuKGe","inception":1357010470,"username":"chrislarsen","paymentId":"chrislarsen$bithomp.com"} {"address":"rPEPPER7kfTD9w2To4CQk6UCfuHM9c6GDY","xAddress":"XV5sbjUmgPpvXv4ixFWZ5ptAYZ6PD2gYsjNFQLKYW33DzBm","inception":1513126312,"username":"xrptipbot","paymentId":"xrptipbot$bithomp.com","service":{"name":"XRP Tip Bot","domain":"xrptipbot.com","accounts":{"twitter":"xrptipbot"}},"parent":{"address":"rDsbeomae4FXwgQTJp9Rs64Qg9vDiTCdBv","xAddress":"XV3oNHx95sqdCkTDCBCVsVeuBmvh2du1vBfJR24EqdgwHDW","inception":1481884572,"service":{"name":"Bitstamp","domain":"bitstamp.net","accounts":{"gravatar":"5b33b93c7ffe384d53450fc666bb11fb","twitter":"Bitstamp","facebook":"Bitstamp"}}}}
  13. Bithomp update 1. Now we show address icons (hashicons), same as you see in @ToastWallet It will make easier to transfer to x-addresses, as icons are the same for r-address without a tag and x-address. 2. Also we made an update for our validator pages, now they show information from TOML files. https://bithomp.com/validators/nHUFE9prPXPrHcG3SkwP1UzAQbSphqyQkQK9ATXLZsfkezhhda3p 3. Also we added a button "Support this validator", which will you show you XRPL address computeed from the validator key. https://bithomp.com/validators/nHUvcCcmoH1FJMMC6NtF9KKA4LpCWhjsxk2reCQidsp5AHQ7QY9H Hope you enjoy it
  14. We launched our new website https://köpaxrp.se (Köpa XRP) dedicated for our Nordic users. It will take 30 seconds to buy XRP with BankID and Swish in Sweden (SEK is supported). Around 1 minute to buy XRP with nemID/bankID and a Bank Card In Denmark and Norway. (NOK, DKK are supported) And a bit longer time in Finland and Iceland using Yoti and a Bank card. (EUR is supported, no ISK yet at present moment). Now the widget supports x-addresses as well For the rest of Europe we have https://card2xrp.com also supports x-addresses now.
  15. @SafePalWallet read this: https://bithomp.com/wallets/hardware Secalot / Ellipal as they support different xrp transaction types. Ledger supports only payments
  16. @PunishmentOfLuxury @Tinyaccount we moved our open-sourced libraries to bithomp account https://github.com/bithomp the small tool to validate secret is deprecated now, as it's possible to check secret in the bithomp-tools https://github.com/Bithomp/bithomp-tools download the index.html page, open it on the clean and trusted offline computer. agree to terms, choose offline mode, enter your secret key and the tool will show you the xrp address. If the xrp address matches to the one you have, means it's a correct pair.
  17. @PunishmentOfLuxury we moved our open-sourced libraries to bithomp account https://github.com/bithomp the small tool to validate secret is deprecated now, as it's possible to check secret in the bithomp-tools https://github.com/Bithomp/bithomp-tools download the index.html page, open it on the clean and trusted offline computer. agree to terms, choose offline mode, enter your secret key and the tool will show you the xrp address. If the xrp address matches to the one you have, means it's a correct pair.
  18. It's a new experimental feature on Bithomp, if you have a hardware wallet: Ledger, Secalot or Ellipal you can try to send a payment with a "payment ID"! Anyone who has a bithomp username (https://bithomp.com/username) or an old rippletrade username, now has a payment ID in a format like username$bithomp.com It's also available for test on test.bithomp.com, payment ID are in format username$test.bithomp.com there. Caution: for now always verify the address the payment ID is resolved to.
  19. Now it's possible to send XRP with memo using Ellipal air-gapped wallet on bithomp. works on desktop, mobile, for both: live and testnet. https://bithomp.com
  20. New video released: How to rekey your xrp wallet using bithomp-tools
  21. Bithomp now supports sending XRP with Secalot! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l1gsKMTcoM& https://bithomp.com Send XRP with Secalot Hardware Wallet
  22. It's might be easier and quicker just to create a paper wallet and move funds into it. Though 20 xrp will be locked as a base reserve on the new paper wallet. paper wallet is open sourced, you can download it from github: https://github.com/Bithomp/xrp-paper-wallet Otherwise you're right, though it can be a bit more complicated/secure It's more secure to download software like wallet generator, paper wallet or bithomp tools and then transfer them to an offline computer/phone/tablet/rasberyPi which will be never be online, and then do all the operation with the secrets there, offline. Bithomp tools supports offline mode. For a smaller amounts, if the computer is secure, you can use a private mode in browser. xrp-wallet-generator also open sourced and available on github to download: https://github.com/Bithomp/generate-xrp-wallet same for bithomp tools: https://github.com/Bithomp/bithomp-tools
  23. There is an option in bithomp-tools to create an escrow for ledger wallet... But that for advanced users who can manage it secure on the offline machine using mnemonic (recovery phrase). https://xrpcommunity.blog/bithomp-tools-using-offline-mode/
  24. Our new API endpoint is documented! https://bithomp.com/dev#user Query to get new Bithomp or old Rippletrade usernames.
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