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amulecregg

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  1. 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. 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. Source: https://ripple.com/ripplenet/source-liquidity/
  8. Virtual machine Windows, download the binary, disconnect from the internet, run the binary, profit ?
  9. There's no virus, but you can compile the source code by yourself to make sure.
  10. 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. 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. 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. @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. @bowler99 There is hope now. I will edit the source code for you and give further instructions. OK?
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