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  1. And what are you supposed to do with an installer? You need a wallet and a password, or you need a secret key. If you dont have that, you're out of luck.
  2. First they ignore stuffie, then they laugh at stuffie, then they fight stuffie, then stuffie wins.
  3. The time is determined by the exchanges. You could complain, but it probably won't help. Is it normal? Don't think so, but exchanges are busy handling transactions.
  4. https://www.forbes.com/sites/roslynlayton/2021/02/10/sec-v-ripple-mining-for-clarity-in-regulatory-chaos
  5. I heard it depends on the state. https://uphold.com/en/legal/licenses-for-residents-of-united-states
  6. Wow, I just payed for porn with securities!!
  7. BTW: i don't know what Pornhub is.
  8. https://www.theblockcrypto.com/linked/91817/pornhub-adds-xrp-bnb-usdc-doge-crypto-payment-options
  9. https://xrpl.org/run-rippled-as-a-validator.html
  10. Hi all, I read a lot about burning XRP lately, especially burning the XRP in escrow. I don't want to discuss if it must be burned or not, but i am curious about what it is exactly and how this can be executed. For this, I have found two tweets from David Schwartz (Ripple CTO): And: "XRP Ledger amendments require an 80% approval rating from the ledger’s validators. If an amendment stays above that threshold for two weeks, it is activated." So, i read three options: Paying it as a fee Sending it to an account whose public key hash has insufficient entropy to have a corresponding private key anyone could ever find. If the community wants it But what does it mean exactly? How can it be executed? Are there any other options? And what does 'burn' mean? Does it decreases max supply, or is it just that this XRP still exists but can't be accessed anymore? If I have lost my secret key, is my XRP 'burned'?
  11. Yes, we all know that, you don't have to yell.
  12. https://twitter.com/s_alderoty/status/1347273044818096134
  13. Because XRP is a security and XLM isn't
  14. You know, I was wondering what happens if XRP is declared a security. In this situation you will have a US company that has created XRP that is used as a currency all over the world, but not in the US. It sound like a situation where Tesla creates cars that are used all over the world, but are not allowed in the US. Second, the US is tearing down their own biggest innovative Blockchain companies, and let those useless energy consuming currencies like bitcoin and ethereum unaffected. The US must be very stupid to let this happen, despite all the regulations and greed behind this. I think, somewhere in this process, politics will win in the favor of Ripple. For the US it will be better if Ripple wins and XRP becomes the #1 currency.
  15. Hi all, I jjust found a very good video that explaines a lot about the lawsuit, the process, timeline, the Howey test and lot more:
  16. Wise decision. I hope CoinBase, Bitstamp and all the others change their mind. Cause this whole thing i just BS. If you delist XRP, then you can delist every cryptocoin.
  17. Another one, from noreply@tecnoprices.com
  18. Sorry, I misunderstood it. Thought it was profit/loss. Thanks for explanation.
  19. Just received a mail from Gatehub, see below. I am not sure if this is phishing mail, otherwise Gatehub must be realy stupid to send a secret key by mail. I just transfered all XRP from Gatehub to Kraken. stuffie --- GateHub noreply@gatehub.com via eternalimpact.info Dear GateHub Customer, This message is to warn you of a recent security incident relating to our platform and Ripple Gateway that we provide. Recently, we have been notified by our customers and community members about funds on their XRP Ledger wallets being stolen and immediately started monitoring network activity and conducted an extensive internal investigation. An outline of the security incident can be found here: https://gatehub.net/blog/gatehub-update-investigation-continues/ We have reason to believe that your ripple wallets’ security may have been compromised. Therefore, in order to maintain the security of your funds, we need you to act now! We need you to follow the below steps in order to safeguard your funds. Any other wallets used are still at risk and so we urge our customers to follow the below steps: Change your login password and enable 2-Factor Authentication for your GateHub account and safely store the 2FA backup code (instructions available on our support page), We have created a new secure hosted wallet for you to safely store your funds without any risk of theft. Below are the details for the wallet: Wallet Address: r9V1Sz1ZSHC1ApwD1rdN71HWjPaLGWPZAX Secret key: snW1Tfj7UBpwJ7cqZQtvn1eJeP6sA Transfer funds from your current compromised ripple wallet(s) to your newly secured ripple wallet address created by GateHub(instructions available on our support page) In order to import your new wallet (instructions available here): Go to “WALLET” “New Wallet” (+ icon to your upper left) Select “Import” Type in your GateHub password if prompted Insert the above wallet secret key. We strongly advise that you make a note of the above information so that you can refer to it later if necessary. We apologize for the inconvenience that this may have caused. We will keep you updated with any new developments. For any additional questions, please contact us through our customer support service found on our website. Sincerely, GateHub Team © GateHub Ltd.
  20. It looks like trading has started: https://www.six-group.com/exchanges/exchange_traded_products/security_info_en.html?id=CH0445689208USD4 (or it is just a test....)
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