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amulecregg

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  1. amulecregg

    Problem with transaction - newbie.

    Once I lost a few XRP because I did this: Generated a seed Generated an address by using this function https://github.com/ripple/ripple-lib/blob/develop/docs/index.md#generateaddress while setting options.algorithm to ed25519 (so it was a different address than the default secp256k1 generated one) Deposited XRP to that ed25519 generated address I personally, wasn't able to get the XRP back from that address, even though I think I know what I was doing. Ripple's rippled server didn't allow me to at the time, even though the signing was supposedly correct (https://github.com/ripple/ripple-lib/blob/develop/docs/index.md#sign).
  2. amulecregg

    Problem with transaction - newbie.

    Maybe the addresses are generated by different algorithms? — “a 33-byte ECDSA secp256k1 public key, or a 32-byte Ed25119 public key” https://developers.ripple.com/accounts.html
  3. Binance seems to be profiting enormously because of this friction. Just take a look at this numbers taken from CMC, ordered by 24h volume. This friction seems intentional: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin/#markets https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ripple/#markets
  4. Isn't Binance earning double fees because of people currently having to make double orders? (e.g. XRP->BTC->Any other asset)
  5. Translation of the title: “How to hold a stare without blinking”, by professional non-blinker Yoshitaka Kitao ?
  6. I laughed so hard with the first prediction , the Western Union one; it totally reminded me of their current CEO's comments about Ripple. Hilarious!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whkASFSMtks
  7. amulecregg

    Saudi/UAE Digital Currency Goes Live in Q1

    Source: https://ripple.com/ripplenet/source-liquidity/
  8. amulecregg

    Seriously lost trying to recover XRP from 2013

    Virtual machine Windows, download the binary, disconnect from the internet, run the binary, profit ?
  9. amulecregg

    Seriously lost trying to recover XRP from 2013

    There's no virus, but you can compile the source code by yourself to make sure.
  10. amulecregg

    Seriously lost trying to recover XRP from 2013

    You are probably using the old wallet-recover.exe file from dchapes, make sure you are using the version I provided, which has the flag -method defined.
  11. amulecregg

    Seriously lost trying to recover XRP from 2013

    OK. Download the binary wallet-recover.exe from https://gitlab.com/amulecregg/ripple-dshapes/tags/v0.1.1, or compile the source code yourself. Then place the binary in your desktop along with your ripple-wallet.txt, then shift + right click in your desktop, open cmd here, then do: ./wallet-recover.exe -name thenameofyourwallet -pass thepasswordofyourwallet -method old Did it work?
  12. amulecregg

    Seriously lost trying to recover XRP from 2013

    It seems there's no need to clean anything, maybe try: go build ./script.go -a Or — though I've never needed it: go clean
  13. amulecregg

    Seriously lost trying to recover XRP from 2013

    @eiprol Is there any chance you can move your XRP to a new address and share with me your ripple-wallet.txt along with your username and password so I can build the ultimate tool?
  14. amulecregg

    Seriously lost trying to recover XRP from 2013

    @bowler99 There is hope now. I will edit the source code for you and give further instructions. OK?
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