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  1. How secure is a Ripple Wallet at GateHub? I also have a hosted wallet which seems to be more secure as it is not connected to the network. Ripple seems to natively be more secure since it is not anonymous. Is there a paper or hardware wallet option with GateHub? Many thanks,
  2. I heard on Bloomberg that Bitcoin still has a liquidity problem and its price is close to $11,000.00. Why is that?
  3. After getting verified with bitstamp I was able to buy XRP. I then sent 50 to my ripple wallet at Gatehub. My transactions seem to happening in a timely manner.
  4. I'm a newbie. I've read everything to be read at GateHub and have submitted a support request. But, I think I just solved my problem. I opened a bitstamp account and purchased some XRP then deposited the minimum amount suggested. We'll see how long it takes to post this transaction into my ripple wallet at GateHub. This should be done by an algorithm and not people.
  5. I think the mistake we made was creating the hosted wallet BEFORE transferring the fiat money. If we had not created the hosted wallet the money would have been in the ripple wallet and we could have simply used the exchange function to create all or any part of it into XRP. Lesson learned, too late. My USD's showed up in the hosted wallet within 36 hours of wiring the funds on November 16. Thanks, I'll let you know what happens on my side. I have not received a reply to my initial support request, so hopefully, I'll get a glimpse of the future from your situation. They are identical except yours is in Euro and mine is in USD.
  6. I'm in the same situation but I have USD in my hosted wallet. I too tried all the tutorials. 20 XRP has to "materialize" in the Ripple wallet before any trading can happen. I've sent a support request last Friday with no response yet. I tried to send USD to my bitstamp account but GateHub doesn't allow 3rd party "withdrawals" from the hosted wallet. I'm in a series of catch-22 situations here and it's very frustrating. Seem's like there's an opportunity here for someone with XRP to make a profit. I would be happy to pay a premium of say 25 XRP if someone would "loan" me 20 XRP.
  7. KYC, Know your customer. DUH. Anyway, I've completed KYC documents as it was required to get the USD gateway establish to wire the funds to GateHub. So, KYC is probably not the problem. I read somewhere in a FAQ or some other document about loaning XRP to get the ball rolling. I've left two Support emails asking since last Friday, Nov. 17 on how I get out of this loop. No response yet. If I get an answer, I'll post it here.
  8. I'm in the same situation with USD. I can't buy any XRP until I have at least 20 XRP in my ripple wallet from which to pay for the transaction. We call this a catch-22 in the U.S. What is KYC? What does that mean?
  9. did you ever get an answer? My question is similar except I have USD in my hosted wallet. I know this; a small amount of XRP has to be in the Ripple wallet before any transaction can be done in order to "pay" for the transaction.. This is a bit of a catch-22. I'm waiting on support to get back to me, but I have no idea how long that will take and there is no phone support. Thanks
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