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crypto2libertas

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  1. the petition only shows that investors are concerned about the lack of marketing and progress. The company keeps saying that x amount of banks are using ripple etc. But where is the proof ?

    I do love the technology and the idea behind it but I have to agree the marketing is not very transparent at all. I do understand there are NDAs in place but they must/can do better than this.

  2. 3 hours ago, RJK said:

    There isn't going to be one. They have moved on. It's over. Only the people in this isolated thread that nobody else in the world knows exists, are waiting on "something." 

    I think you are right. Gatehub decided that the law is on their site and moved on. Not much media attention anymore and the crypto world will  or already has forgotten it

  3. 12 minutes ago, Ripplexyz said:

    Another Hack this time Bitrue! Exchanges owner quickly informed users all funds would be returned. 27th June 11.8 million XRP stolen 

    They were insured apparently but to be honest the way they have handled it is very professional. It is really the opposite what @gatehub is doing. Making mistake is normal and very human but it takes strengths to admit and resolve mistakes.  @gatehub is not doing any of it. 

  4. 13 hours ago, xrptipbot said:

    Not really, their encryption and decryption is in public JS source. All the required params to decrypt are in their database and your session after logging in.

    When unpacked it looks like this:

    image.png.a27b3c4dde41d3f7001d66e29971ce9a.png

    Nice single point of failure from the security perspective. Never store all required information for encryption in one place.

  5. 1 hour ago, fluxw42 said:

    It doesn't look like they used Gatehub to transfer the money. Gatehub normally stores a memo but their transaction is clean, there's no additional info there. So my guess is that while stealing the funds, they probably connected to one of the public rippled servers to submit their transaction. If there are logs, you could get an IP for the fraudulent transactions. If they used their own rippled instance, maybe it's possible to see which IP proposed the transaction first?

    If they had access to their access token by compromising the db then they would have used GH's API (since the access token is only valid within GH) and that should be in their logs. If GH has no entries in the logs that would indicate that they had the secret key and that would have allowed them to use the ripple ledger directly.

     

     

     

     

     

  6. How would that work without a bank ? 

    My understanding is that you need to connect to a gateway which then stores the currencies for you which then shows up in your wallet. That would mean that you need to trust your gateway as much as your traditional bank.

  7. On 3/3/2019 at 3:02 PM, Marc_Royale said:

    All you people out there who are thinking about investing in XRP, you're running out of time!
    A massive bull run is about to come, the Gods have spoken and the stars are aligned.
    The weak hands are gone and the rocket is fueled. Beautiful fomo is spreading for reason.
    Big players are entering the game, everybody fasten your seat belt, we're ready for take off.

    Ladies and gentlemen the next bull run comes this year. I predict 1$ in June!!  And much more at EOY... 

    Don’t listen to people arguing too rational, this crypto game is irrational.
    Massive waves are hidden in the sea and ready to be sailed. :beach:

    I told that to my porsche dealership but somehow he was not agreeing with this statement.  strange

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