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  1. I may have got around my Bithomp tools disconnected issue - found my way to GitHub and will go offline from there.
  2. Thanks....but for the tools I get: " The project "Bithomp tools" is discontinued because it's technical capabilities no longer meet the needs of the modern marketplace. It is recommended to use hardware wallets. If you have a papper wallet you can also download XUMM app on your mobile and import your paper wallet there.
  3. I think this is what I need, and what makes me feel safe. I'll bust out my Commodore Vic-20 and unplug it from the modem. Nobody getting in there
  4. I assume you phrased up your answer based on my original subject line only, and not my actual question, so that is understandable. Sorry for the confusion.
  5. Because I want to use my ledger nano X to manage my XRP and setup my spark/flare drop? I am confident my secret key is fine, although I have no real issue checking that I will obviously be taking that step while moving it to my nano address. Does this not make sense (serious question)?
  6. I still haven't figured out how to do this so I am coming back to some of my previous posts. If all I have are the public and private keys (and I can see my balance in various places including XRP Toolkit), at what point, where and how do I use my secret key to move XRP out to another wallet (like a Nano)? For example in XRP Toolkit if I choose to Send 20 XRP from the wallet in question (for which I do have a secret key written down) to my Ledger Nano XRP account, I get a message saying "None of your added accounts can sign this transaction." What am
  7. I think the answer here is no. You have a wallet address that will be part of the snapshot. I believe the problem with exchnages is the shared ledger addresses (destination tags) so the exchange has to agree to allocate appropriately.
  8. I have only my public key (wallet address) and my secret key. Nothing else. Originally created in Rippex (sp?) in 2016. Assume I properly recorded my secret key, I should have no issues accesses/moving my xrp correct? I can see my balance and move xrp into the wallet from exchanges. How might I move some out safely and is it a risk using my secret key? By some I mean a small “test”.
  9. assuming net non ripple is 45bn. if that were to change it would change the ratio. I understand that will not happen in any significant measure but the math is what it is - it’s about 1:1 depending on what the ratio of ripple held xrp is.
  10. Does the math here work out such that assuming you remove ~escrow+ your allotment is roughly equal to your current holdings of XRP?
  11. This article is incorrect or very misleading. On July 31 Ripple filed a motion to dismiss the case - essentially asking the court to dismiss it. The court filing was drafted and submitted by Ripple and they make several strong arguments as to why the court should dismiss the case. The court now has to rule on the motion to dismiss which I believe to be 30 days. They may choose to dismiss the case or reject the motion to dismiss and the case goes on. Bottom line: this significant court decision is still very much looming. Also, not sure how a “journalist” misunderstood this
  12. Jus got this also...I can see a lot of folks clicking on that it looks legit. Always check the email and url link and generally if it's too good to be true....On the bright side, people want XRP..?
  13. This is funny. I thought the very same thing when I read Tiff's post. kid's gift cards and games.... #XRPthestandard ?
  14. On Demand Liquidity, from a marketing/naming standpoint, refers more to the idea of cross border transactions being executed with "on demand" liquidity rather than liquidity "in storage" via nostro/vostro accounts. Nostro and vostro accounts require pre-funded fiat to liquefy transactions. The ODL product (formerly xRapid) seeks to change that from "stored/deposited" to "on demand". Storing money in someone else's bank ties up capital and is expensive. The direct meaning of the name is not related to the overall market activity/liquidity of XRP. meegwell
  15. The security laws you mention were written prior to the explosion of cryptocurrencies ad at a minimum need to be adopted after careful thought and interpretation. Each country or international body representing multiple countries needs to address these (at a minimum) 10,000 foot categories, if they haven't explicitly already done so This involves a lot of different agencies/commissions/etc.: Regulatory Framework - Transactions and/or Mining and/or ICOs for Individuals, Corporations, Exchanges, etc Broad Participation Restrictions - Legal Status (consumer, corporation, e
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