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    Warbler got a reaction from Flintstone in Köpa XRP! köpaxrp.se the fastest way to buy XRP in Sweden and Nordics   
    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. 
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    Warbler got a reaction from danijess in Köpa XRP! köpaxrp.se the fastest way to buy XRP in Sweden and Nordics   
    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. 
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    Warbler got a reaction from Tripple in Köpa XRP! köpaxrp.se the fastest way to buy XRP in Sweden and Nordics   
    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. 
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    Warbler got a reaction from LetHerRip in Köpa XRP! köpaxrp.se the fastest way to buy XRP in Sweden and Nordics   
    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. 
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    Warbler reacted to Fleshmeister in Partnering with Bitpay   
    https://coil.com/p/xpring/Partnering-with-Bitpay-/NpP-G6wex
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    Warbler got a reaction from PunishmentOfLuxury in Need advice for testing my secret key offline for an XRP paper wallet.   
    @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. 
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    Warbler got a reaction from Flintstone in Need advice for testing my secret key offline for an XRP paper wallet.   
    @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. 
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    Warbler reacted to at3n in I made a mistake in sending money to a Web page impersonating Ripple's CEO. please help me!!! It seems that you have mistakenly sent a remittance to the impersonation page. My entire property sent 220000 XRP to the low deposit address.   
    Wow, that's rough.
    Contact:
    Law enforcement in your country (give them the whois information, in case there's anything there they can use) yobit.net (where the scammer is sending the XRP), and ask them to freeze the scammer's account (destination tag 761833962) If you know anyone in Russia, perhaps they can go to law enforcement there? Although it's likely that the scammer used a fake identity to buy the domain, and does not live in Russia. I hope the scammers have not covered their tracks and can be eventually caught. Best of luck and condolences.
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    Warbler got a reaction from PunishmentOfLuxury in Ellipal supported on Bithomp   
    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
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    Warbler got a reaction from Hodor in Ellipal supported on Bithomp   
    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
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    Warbler got a reaction from Hodor in Sending XRP with a Payment ID   
    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.
     
     
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    Warbler got a reaction from Zedy44 in Sending XRP with a Payment ID   
    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.
     
     
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    Warbler got a reaction from Zedy44 in Ellipal supported on Bithomp   
    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
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    Warbler got a reaction from automatic in Sending XRP with a Payment ID   
    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.
     
     
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    Warbler got a reaction from automatic in Ellipal supported on Bithomp   
    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
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    Warbler reacted to pucksterpete in Ellipal supported on Bithomp   
    Good job
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    Warbler got a reaction from pucksterpete in Ellipal supported on Bithomp   
    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
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    Warbler reacted to mDuo13 in "Multi-Signing in Ripple: Q&A with David Schwartz"   
    The way Multi-Signing currently works in the Ripple Consensus Ledger, you define a weight for each signer when you set up the signer list, and you set up a target "threshold" for the list. When you look at a multi-signature, you add up the weights of all the signers in it, and if they equal or exceed the threshold, then the multi-signature is enough to authorize the transaction. That gives you much more flexibility than some fixed rule like, "you need a majority of signatures."
    Signer weights are unsigned 16-bit integers, so you can use values 1 through 65535. The threshold is an unsigned int in the range (1, sum of signer weights) inclusive. FUN FACT: With the current values for max signers (8) and max weight (2^16 - 1), the current de facto maximum threshold is 524280.
    Example:
    If you want to do, "Monica can sign for me, as long as either Warren or Asheesh approve, but Warren and Asheesh can't sign without Monica," then you could set your signer list as follows:
    Members:
    - Monica (Weight: 2)
    - Warren (Weight: 1)
    - Asheesh (Weight: 1)
    Threshold: 3
    So Monica + Warren = 2+1 >= 3. Monica + Asheesh is the same, but Asheesh + Warren (1+1 < 3) so Asheesh and Warren can't sign for you unless Monica also does.
     
    That's multi-signature weights for you. There are still some cases that you can't do, but it's way more flexible than simple "M-of-N" signing. And I'm not even going into the details that David was discussing about other features like how Ripple's multi-sign is designed so that members can change their keys independently. (But that's another cool feature.)
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    Warbler reacted to yxxyun in Why nobody is using the DEX (Distributed Exchange) on XRPL   
    https://wipple.devnull.network/research/gateways.html
    there are some information, but need update,  many are dead now as no one use it / lack liquidity 
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    Warbler reacted to Sukrim in alivingledger.com becomes ledger.observer with new features & entirely open source   
    It is really awesome by the way (though maybe a bit difficult to grasp if one doesn't know what's going on). Thanks for planning to open source this too and also of course to @ledgerobserver for his/her great tool and the decision to release it as well! Stuff like this is what I hoped to come out of the xSpring sponsorships by the way.
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    Warbler reacted to ledgerobserver in alivingledger.com becomes ledger.observer with new features & entirely open source   
    We finally managed to release an entirely overhauled version of alivingledger.com!
    Check out the XRPL real-time visualization on ledger.observer
    Our new version has an entirely new architecture, that allows us to implement sophisticated features in the coming months. One example of such a feature is a named based search, that is already implemented in the current version (thanks to http://bithomp.com for their awesome name API).
    And the best thing is, the whole application is available on github: https://github.com/smoes/ledger-observer
    Don't forget to follow the new twitter account (@LedgerObserver).
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    Warbler reacted to Sukrim in How can I find a transaction on the ledger that did not have the right sequence number?   
    I guess you got the tefPAST_SEQ error?
    https://xrpl.org/tef-codes.html
    Since it is not on the ledger, you won't find it on the ledger.
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    Warbler reacted to Hero_Member in How can I find a transaction on the ledger that did not have the right sequence number?   
    That is just a standard part of creating a transaction. Without the hash, the transaction would be invalid and can never be included in the ledger
     
    Nope, if it is not included in the ledger, it costs no fee. Check the difference between error codes  (tef, tec, etc.)
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