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  1. also comparing market cap with transaction volume is a bit weird ..
  2. "unbelievers" It would be nice to keep ripple out of the usual crypto-fanatism. This is not a religion.
  3. that's nice to hear. I don't know if I'll have the time to revive it. We'll see
  4. this is even worst than I thought the reading direction can be anything ! "specification": { "direction": "buy", "quantity": { "currency": "USD", "value": "0.1", "counterparty": "rhub8VRN55s94qWKDv6jmDy1pUykJzF3wq" }, "totalPrice": { "currency": "XRP", "value": "1" } }, "specification": { "direction": "buy", "quantity": { "currency": "XRP", "value": "2.2" }, "totalPrice": { "currency": "USD", "value": "0.66726", "counterparty": "rhub8VRN55s94qWKDv6jmDy1pUykJzF3wq" } }, it seems this part of ripple-lib is really messed up
  5. yes that's a case which needs to be checked anyway in case your order is partly matched then created for what is left. Then the rest of your transaction can be deduced from orderbookChanges information.
  6. thanks for this quick answer! Yeah I could just look for the currencies involved in the orderbookChanges not looking at the direction, only the spec direction. Also I was wondering (this is the reason I needed the transaction), do I have to parse all the transactions part to get the real price of an order ? If my transaction had a better price than the specification for example and taken in several time. Do I have to parse each part and calculate the mean (which not that hard indeed) or is there a place where I can find this information directly (I may have missed some interesting methods )
  7. When I'm using getTransactions method from the js api I often see that the specification direction doesn't match the orderbookChanges direction and I'm wondering why. In orderbookChanges, qty and totalPrice can be reversed (as the direction is "reversed"). Also I cannot see the coherence sometimes it's buy/buy sometimes buy/sell and sometimes sell/sell. It's a little bit disturbing for parsing, I guess this is not an api parsing error so I really would like to understand the logic behind this. So here is an example: { "type": "order", "address": "rN7DF4cZakyfw8FwMA7rPkKDoKzyMB3cC9", "sequence": 483, "id": "A852ADEFE81DE7CC052064FC58DD940F7CF73AE92B30337F4CC6F955047B1AA5", "specification": { "direction": "sell", "quantity": { "currency": "XRP", "value": "30064" }, "totalPrice": { "currency": "EUR", "value": "7960.71290503", "counterparty": "rhub8VRN55s94qWKDv6jmDy1pUykJzF3wq" }, "passive": true, "expirationTime": "2019-02-04T12:20:16.000Z" }, "outcome": { "result": "tesSUCCESS", "timestamp": "2019-02-04T12:20:10.000Z", "fee": "0.015", "balanceChanges": { "rN7DF4cZakyfw8FwMA7rPkKDoKzyMB3cC9": [ { "currency": "XRP", "value": "-0.015" } ] }, "orderbookChanges": { "rN7DF4cZakyfw8FwMA7rPkKDoKzyMB3cC9": [ { "direction": "buy", "quantity": { "currency": "EUR", "counterparty": "rhub8VRN55s94qWKDv6jmDy1pUykJzF3wq", "value": "7960.71290503" }, "totalPrice": { "currency": "XRP", "value": "30064" }, "sequence": 483, "status": "created", "makerExchangeRate": "0.2647922067931745", "expirationTime": "2019-02-04T12:20:16.000Z" } ] }, "ledgerVersion": 44890179, "indexInLedger": 20 } }, So here we can see the specification is "sell" and the orderbookChanges is "buy", it seems random, if knows what is the logic behind this I'll be glad to know. thanks in advance
  8. Hi everyone, I'm using the getTransactions method from the rippleApi. It seems that when I pass a buy order matching the price of some of my sell orders it is cancelling all my sell orders Below is an extract of "OrderbookChanges" from an order. The problem is that my 12xrp buy order is cancelling a 617xrp sell order, it's not compensating it at all. Am I understanding it right or it's not like it seems ? { "direction": "buy", "quantity": { "currency": "XRP", "value": "12" }, "totalPrice": { "currency": "BTC", "counterparty": "rchGBxcD1A1C2tdxF6papQYZ8kjRKMYcL", "value": "0.00105888" }, "sequence": 491, "status": "created", "makerExchangeRate": "11332.7289211242" }, { "direction": "sell", "quantity": { "currency": "XRP", "value": "617" }, "totalPrice": { "currency": "BTC", "counterparty": "rchGBxcD1A1C2tdxF6papQYZ8kjRKMYcL", "value": "0.05444408" }, "sequence": 486, "status": "cancelled", "makerExchangeRate": "0.00008824" }
  9. I send two transactions putting the sequence number myself: The first response is tesSUCCESS then I send the second transaction the response of the second transaction is terPRE_SEQ, how is it possible knowing that I previously sent something which was ok ?
  10. "Allvor, a company making payment tools for the XRP Ledger" this is not true. Allvor is promoting a worthless token. They are not building anything. No product. Only thing on their roadmap is token promotion. This is not bringing any value and at worst it will harm ripple ledger reputation.
  11. Your business is an obvious scam. Eveyone knows what a trustline is. I understand you are seeking some support for your scam. But really your business is nothing but a scam.
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