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    Warbler reacted to EcneitapLatnem in a few user reported their gatehub wallet been hacked and XRP sent to r9do2Ar8k64NxgLD6oJoywaxQhUS57Ck8k   
    You want to report this to your local law enforcement ASAP... that way there is a record of this and that is what gatehub has requested of people who have been hacked... people who do not report with their local police and wish to be taken seriously when attempting to recoup their funds will without a doubt need a police report... 
    Look at it this way... it won't hurt... it could only help..
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    Warbler reacted to Hodor in Wallet name discoveries. Potential partners or unlikely?   
    I saw the title of this post and said "unlikely" out loud. 

    The nicknames were / are fun, but there were a TON of squatters back when this change was implemented, and I *think* Ripple claimed all the nicknames against a list of 'known corporations and/or trademark names' at the time, if memory serves, but others that were around then can correct me. 
    I've claimed "Hodor" if you're wondering. 
    https://bithomp.com/explorer/Hodor
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    Warbler reacted to Flintstone in Xrptip bot escrow question, help!   
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    Warbler reacted to Flintstone in Toast wallet compromised   
    Make sure you report the account to Bithomp.
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    Warbler got a reaction from BBS in [ANN] Allvor: cryptocurrency for e-commerce powered by the XRP Ledger   
    @at3n +5 @xrptipbot  
    Thanks for pointing this out. Fixed. Now in production. 
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    Warbler reacted to Hodor in Coil Beats The Drum Of Utility   
    Blog URL:  https://xrpcommunity.blog/coil-and-the-drumbeat-of-utility/
    The Coil blogging platform is live! I analyze Coil's potential impact & cover the latest news about XRP in today's blog:
    𝐑𝐢𝐩𝐩𝐥𝐞 𝐍𝐞𝐰𝐬: Yoshitaka Kitao is appointed to the Ripple Board of Directors; Securitize announces their new DS Protocol; Navin Gupta announces that Saudi British Bank (SABB) is a RippleNet customer; Banesco Panama announces a successful test of Ripple-powered payments; Ria Money Transfer, the 2nd largest remittance processor, announces their membership in RippleNet; Ripple publishes new developer tools on the XRP Ledger Developer Portal; Marjan Delatinne confirms that ten customers are using XRP; and Reinhard Cate publishes the 12th episode of the Ripple Drop;
    𝐂𝐨𝐢𝐥 𝐍𝐞𝐰𝐬: Vengefulseven starts a new subReddit for connecting Coil stakeholder businesses and developers with each other.
    𝐗𝐑𝐏 𝐍𝐞𝐰𝐬: Bob Way appears on the Brad Kimes YouTube Channel; The XRP Ledger's 'default UNL' becomes more decentralized with the addition of Peer Island; Bithomp announces their naming service for those that handle their own XRP Ledger wallet(s); and two exchanges, BitoEx in Taiwan and Birake in Bucharest, both add support for XRP;  
    I hope you enjoy the read: Please feel free to share my blog with a friend or share it on any other platform - and thanks for doing so!  
    My blog announcement links on other platforms:
    Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/RippleTalk Reddit r/alternativecoin Reddit r/CoilCommunity Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
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    Warbler got a reaction from xudiannan in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    Bithomp launches a new service: BithompID - a username for your XRP address.
    https://bithomp.com/username
    For 10 XRP (Thank you for supporting the Bithomp project) you're getting a username assigned to your XRP address.
    - Old rippletrade usernames are reserved (you can't register them)
    - You'll be able to check your account by entering username in the search field on Bithomp
    - You will have a short link like https://bithomp.com/explorer/vbuterin 
    - The username will be shown in transaction view on Bithomp explorer when someone send/receive a payment to/from you. 
    - It's only possible to register a username for your own accounts you're in full control of. Don't try to register a username for your hosted accounts on Poloniex, Bitso etc.
    - API for usernames will be published soon on Bithomp. 
    As usually with love from Bithomp, hope you like it  
    Thank you for all your support!
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    Warbler got a reaction from Odiseo in [ANN] Allvor: cryptocurrency for e-commerce powered by the XRP Ledger   
    @at3n +5 @xrptipbot  
    Thanks for pointing this out. Fixed. Now in production. 
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    Warbler got a reaction from at3n in [ANN] Allvor: cryptocurrency for e-commerce powered by the XRP Ledger   
    @at3n +5 @xrptipbot  
    Thanks for pointing this out. Fixed. Now in production. 
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    Warbler got a reaction from XrPMaximus in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    Bithomp launches a new service: BithompID - a username for your XRP address.
    https://bithomp.com/username
    For 10 XRP (Thank you for supporting the Bithomp project) you're getting a username assigned to your XRP address.
    - Old rippletrade usernames are reserved (you can't register them)
    - You'll be able to check your account by entering username in the search field on Bithomp
    - You will have a short link like https://bithomp.com/explorer/vbuterin 
    - The username will be shown in transaction view on Bithomp explorer when someone send/receive a payment to/from you. 
    - It's only possible to register a username for your own accounts you're in full control of. Don't try to register a username for your hosted accounts on Poloniex, Bitso etc.
    - API for usernames will be published soon on Bithomp. 
    As usually with love from Bithomp, hope you like it  
    Thank you for all your support!
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    Warbler got a reaction from XrPMaximus in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    We also have such service for testnet addresses, you pay with 10 testnet xrp, so it's free. It's nice to use for developers! (hotwallet, coldwallet, marketmaker, user1, user2 etc)
    TESTNET: https://test.bithomp.com/username
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    Warbler got a reaction from XrPMaximus in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    For now it's just makes it easier to check your balances/transactions in our explorer, as you only need to memorise your username.
    Soon we publishing an API, which can be used by wallets to make transactions, where username can be converted to an address. 
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    Warbler got a reaction from XrPMaximus in Chat: The Best Ripple Wallet?   
    @BobWay 0.4.3 released, Payments in online mode now allow pathfinding. 
    Just made a simple version for now, don't have much time for it. 
    I'll appreciate if anyone would help testing and get back with a feedback  
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    Warbler reacted to BobWay in Chat: The Best Ripple Wallet?   
    I've been looking at available clients to try and decide which to use in the study group. I'm pretty old and stuck in my ways, so I'm leaning towards using the latest version of the discontinued client that Ripple built.
    But here are my notes of what I've looked at so far:
    Top Wallet Client
    The original downloadable client:  https://web.archive.org/web/20180117165134/https://rippex.net/carteira-ripple.php @r0bertz updated version: https://xrpcommunity.blog/how-to-use-regular-key-and-disable-master-key-with-ripple-desktop-client/ Top Utilities
    Bithomp Explorer and Tools: https://bithomp.com Still Investigating
    Harbor Wallet: https://www.secureblockchains.com/harbor-xrp-wallet/ Needs pathfinding support Needs test net support Ripplerm: https://github.com/ripplerm/ripple-wallet Just discovered this - similar to Bithomp in concept Ruled Out
    Hardware Only
    Minimalist Ripple Client: https://github.com/jatchili/minimalist-ripple-client Bithomp is a better more up-to-date version of this Secalot Hardware Only Ledger Nano Hardware Only Atomic Can't set own secret Coinomi Doesn't support XRPL GateHub Requires a lot of KYC to use Coinbase Wallet Can't set own secret Toast Doesn't seem to support other XRPL currencies very well  
     
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    Warbler reacted to BobWay in Chat: The Best Ripple Wallet?   
    Over the past few days I've setup some example ledger configurations and done a bunch of client testing. My goal was to find the best client to teach with. I'm going to presume that everyone I'm teaching is using the same client software. That is not a strict requirement, just a crutch to keep me sane.
    So to make things easy on myself, I'm going to start with the final version of the original Ripple client that I built myself. The main reason for this is that I have downloadable zips for Mac, Windows and Linux.
    https://github.com/BobWay/ripple-client-desktop/releases/tag/1.4.0-rc2-2 Once @r0bertz gets a similar set of builds working, I'll recommend everyone switch to his version.
    I'm also going to be teaching everyone using Ripple's Test Net as opposed to using the main XRP Ledger directly. There are several reasons for using the Test Net over the main XRPL.
    There is no barrier to entry. Everyone can create their own test net addresses complete with 10,000 test-XRP. We are going to be doing lots of different demonstrations, so you may end up with several different addresses. Giving everyone new test net addresses keeps your study group identity separate from any real money identity (addresses) you might already have on the XRPL or with an exchange. Part of my goals is teaching everyone what is private and what is public. It's best to keep real money out of the discussion until everyone has a solid background on the technology. Most importantly, I want to be able to demonstrate XRP bridge payments. In doing our exercises, I'm going to be "issuing" USD and other currencies on the ledger. Then we will post orders to buy and sell the fiat for XRP. This will allow us to send fiat to fiat payment through XRP as a bridge currency It turns out it is a very bad idea to mix "fake" fiat currencies with real XRP on the main XRPL. Clever outsiders may notice that: if they are able to acquire fake fiat from someone in the study group,  they could then convert that to real XRP and cache it out through an exchange. Using the test net satisfies all the constraints and avoids any unintended consequences. However everything you learn will transfer directly to the main XRP Ledger by changing a single setting in the client.
    I will also be showing the Ripplerm client during demonstrations. This is a full-featured browser based client with a concise display. I'll open it six times simultaneously to show the live changes that happen to each address as multi-party payments ripple through them.
    https://github.com/ripplerm/ripple-wallet I'll also be using Bithomp's tools for reference, because they are awesome!
    https://bithomp.com  
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    Warbler got a reaction from Rey in [ANN] Allvor: cryptocurrency for e-commerce powered by the XRP Ledger   
    @at3n +5 @xrptipbot  
    Thanks for pointing this out. Fixed. Now in production. 
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    Warbler reacted to at3n in [ANN] Allvor: cryptocurrency for e-commerce powered by the XRP Ledger   
    I've done some testing with Toast, Bithomp and XRP Charts, and the most likely explanation is that you used the wrong issuer address when trying to re-establish the trustline after deleting it the first time. I've found the following:
     
    When you set a trustline to 0 on Toast, the IOU balance on Toast will disappear, even if it still has a balance on the XRPL. At this stage the balance should still appear on Bithomp and XRP Charts.
    If you then set a new trustline for the same IOU (same currency code) but with a different issuer address, now Bithomp will only display the balance associated with the positive-value trustline (which is 0), and ignore the balance associated with the zero-value trustline. This is most likely a bug ( @Warbler?). XRP Charts will display the balance correctly, and Toast displays 0 because it only displays the balance of positive-value trustlines.
    Setting a trustline with the correct issuer again will make the balance reappear on both Toast and Bithomp.
     
    @tev As I understand it, a trustline is only truly deleted when it is set to 0 and the wallet no longer holds any of that IOU. Only then will the reserve be freed up on the wallet. However, some wallet software uses the terminology "delete" to mean "set to 0", which is always allowed, but is not necessarily a deletion in terms of XRPL.
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    Warbler got a reaction from Caracappa in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    Bithomp launches a new service: BithompID - a username for your XRP address.
    https://bithomp.com/username
    For 10 XRP (Thank you for supporting the Bithomp project) you're getting a username assigned to your XRP address.
    - Old rippletrade usernames are reserved (you can't register them)
    - You'll be able to check your account by entering username in the search field on Bithomp
    - You will have a short link like https://bithomp.com/explorer/vbuterin 
    - The username will be shown in transaction view on Bithomp explorer when someone send/receive a payment to/from you. 
    - It's only possible to register a username for your own accounts you're in full control of. Don't try to register a username for your hosted accounts on Poloniex, Bitso etc.
    - API for usernames will be published soon on Bithomp. 
    As usually with love from Bithomp, hope you like it  
    Thank you for all your support!
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    Warbler got a reaction from Hodor in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    We also have such service for testnet addresses, you pay with 10 testnet xrp, so it's free. It's nice to use for developers! (hotwallet, coldwallet, marketmaker, user1, user2 etc)
    TESTNET: https://test.bithomp.com/username
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    Warbler got a reaction from Hodor in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    Bithomp launches a new service: BithompID - a username for your XRP address.
    https://bithomp.com/username
    For 10 XRP (Thank you for supporting the Bithomp project) you're getting a username assigned to your XRP address.
    - Old rippletrade usernames are reserved (you can't register them)
    - You'll be able to check your account by entering username in the search field on Bithomp
    - You will have a short link like https://bithomp.com/explorer/vbuterin 
    - The username will be shown in transaction view on Bithomp explorer when someone send/receive a payment to/from you. 
    - It's only possible to register a username for your own accounts you're in full control of. Don't try to register a username for your hosted accounts on Poloniex, Bitso etc.
    - API for usernames will be published soon on Bithomp. 
    As usually with love from Bithomp, hope you like it  
    Thank you for all your support!
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    Warbler got a reaction from PunishmentOfLuxury in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    Bithomp launches a new service: BithompID - a username for your XRP address.
    https://bithomp.com/username
    For 10 XRP (Thank you for supporting the Bithomp project) you're getting a username assigned to your XRP address.
    - Old rippletrade usernames are reserved (you can't register them)
    - You'll be able to check your account by entering username in the search field on Bithomp
    - You will have a short link like https://bithomp.com/explorer/vbuterin 
    - The username will be shown in transaction view on Bithomp explorer when someone send/receive a payment to/from you. 
    - It's only possible to register a username for your own accounts you're in full control of. Don't try to register a username for your hosted accounts on Poloniex, Bitso etc.
    - API for usernames will be published soon on Bithomp. 
    As usually with love from Bithomp, hope you like it  
    Thank you for all your support!
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    Warbler got a reaction from Quinson in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    Bithomp launches a new service: BithompID - a username for your XRP address.
    https://bithomp.com/username
    For 10 XRP (Thank you for supporting the Bithomp project) you're getting a username assigned to your XRP address.
    - Old rippletrade usernames are reserved (you can't register them)
    - You'll be able to check your account by entering username in the search field on Bithomp
    - You will have a short link like https://bithomp.com/explorer/vbuterin 
    - The username will be shown in transaction view on Bithomp explorer when someone send/receive a payment to/from you. 
    - It's only possible to register a username for your own accounts you're in full control of. Don't try to register a username for your hosted accounts on Poloniex, Bitso etc.
    - API for usernames will be published soon on Bithomp. 
    As usually with love from Bithomp, hope you like it  
    Thank you for all your support!
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    Warbler got a reaction from Lamberth in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    Bithomp launches a new service: BithompID - a username for your XRP address.
    https://bithomp.com/username
    For 10 XRP (Thank you for supporting the Bithomp project) you're getting a username assigned to your XRP address.
    - Old rippletrade usernames are reserved (you can't register them)
    - You'll be able to check your account by entering username in the search field on Bithomp
    - You will have a short link like https://bithomp.com/explorer/vbuterin 
    - The username will be shown in transaction view on Bithomp explorer when someone send/receive a payment to/from you. 
    - It's only possible to register a username for your own accounts you're in full control of. Don't try to register a username for your hosted accounts on Poloniex, Bitso etc.
    - API for usernames will be published soon on Bithomp. 
    As usually with love from Bithomp, hope you like it  
    Thank you for all your support!
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    Warbler got a reaction from Rabbit_Kick_Club in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    We also have such service for testnet addresses, you pay with 10 testnet xrp, so it's free. It's nice to use for developers! (hotwallet, coldwallet, marketmaker, user1, user2 etc)
    TESTNET: https://test.bithomp.com/username
  25. Like
    Warbler got a reaction from Rabbit_Kick_Club in BithompID - a username for XRP address   
    Bithomp launches a new service: BithompID - a username for your XRP address.
    https://bithomp.com/username
    For 10 XRP (Thank you for supporting the Bithomp project) you're getting a username assigned to your XRP address.
    - Old rippletrade usernames are reserved (you can't register them)
    - You'll be able to check your account by entering username in the search field on Bithomp
    - You will have a short link like https://bithomp.com/explorer/vbuterin 
    - The username will be shown in transaction view on Bithomp explorer when someone send/receive a payment to/from you. 
    - It's only possible to register a username for your own accounts you're in full control of. Don't try to register a username for your hosted accounts on Poloniex, Bitso etc.
    - API for usernames will be published soon on Bithomp. 
    As usually with love from Bithomp, hope you like it  
    Thank you for all your support!
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