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  1. When a ripple wallet is imported in Gatehub, the secret key is stored encrypted by Gatehub. Whenever a trade is made, the Gatehub password would decrypt the stored secret, and sign the transaction. It was some kind of trade off between user friendlyness and security as stated earlier bij Enej. Sadly, most people that have been hacked never traded, but only used gatehub as a wallet to HODL....
  2. I also did not receive the confirmation emails. In the end, support changed my login email, so now I get them again. (and can login!) I do have a feeling this somehow connects to the hack. It has only been a few months since i did not receive these emails anymore... To check your account, you do not need to login to Gatehub. use any ledger tool like Bithomp and see if there are any XRP left Hope you are lucky!
  3. Maybe create a small dutch-speaking subgroup or keep it English here, so other people can benefit from it... Ik snap t wel, maar de rest....
  4. But to me it is not clear if this is a Gatehub wallet. Is it?
  5. The attack is still ongoing. This is a payment from yesterday. I have not seen the address in the overview yet... @Silkjaer TX HASH: 95A2CAFCE8BD2CE6B2D9EC4038078F19997E4021E36B026FA65F2FAE043FFEAF
  6. It shows the value of all coins, IOU etc in XRP. If you have some dollars there, your XRP value has gone up (the XRP price was down..)
  7. I agree that it is slippery, and should be treated with care. But this is consensus, we just decide who we trust (most), right? And we decide what is channged on the network. There sure could be a point where the network after a hack has significant less value than the network before. Imagine we have 100 banks on the network, and 50 got hacked. They could stop using the network, leaving it with much less value than before. I am sure there will be a point where it will be tried at least. Anyway, at this moment it is not helping the victims, so another thread another time.....
  8. And there you have the nasty side effects Any way, it is very frustrating to see hacker wallets move their other people's funds away. And I am not even affected by this hack (yet...)
  9. True. But i have been wondering what could be done if all validators agree that a specific wallet is a hackers wallet. They could simply refuse to sign and validate transactions from that address and lock the XRP... But I guess it will have some nasty side effects David Schwarz hast thought of long, long ago...
  10. I think so... but i am no expert... To create xrp wallets, Bithomp and Wietse have some fine tools. Just read here and you find the info..
  11. I would not recommend until its crystal clear what happened at gatehub. Create a new account outside Gatehub and transfer there. If you need some time to find out how to do it, transfer to your hosted Gatehub wallet first, and then to the new wallet (a bit) later
  12. Well, as they said; contact the police and file a report. Join the hacked accounts club here and maybe ask their help to communicate to Gatehub Hitbtc. Once all dust settles, you could probably get your XRP back, so still count yourself lucky..
  13. Yeah, just leave it like that. Do not enter the new key in Gatehub. Your transactions will still be visible, you just cannot trade anymore with the old key that is stored there
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