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  1. h) Tokens Previously Sold. An Initial Development Team that prior to the effective date of this rule sold Tokens pursuant to a valid exemption from registration or sold in violation of Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 as determined in a Commission order pursuant to Section 8A of the Securities Act of 1933 that does not identify any other violations of the federal securities laws may rely on this section if the conditions of paragraph (a) are satisfied. The notice of reliance required by paragraph (c) of this section must be filed as soon as practicable.
  2. I am not looking for pro-XRP sites, just not those that obviously hate on Ripple/XRP and refuse to publish anything positive or have to take a jab no matter what the story. Just straight up daily crypto news and information.
  3. and what,specifically, is the fraud? Seriously. Try not to use slang words like “dump”. What has been proven to be fraudulent? XRP is not legally determined to be a security at this point. Founders are legally allowed to sell XRP. Explain to me this fraudulent behavior you speak of?
  4. With this number - if I recall correctly - we should be able to guesstimate the distribution ration correct or no?
  5. Hi OP here. I waited a few days and checked a couple ledger viewers and see the modified eth address in the message and I see a Flare Address noted also. Think I'm good and thank you all for the input. What is the secret key for my Flare address? I assume I can't do anything with it until the network launched but I am just curious.
  6. After hitting "update" for the message field using xrptoolkit I got a few popup errors - simple messages something like "failed to send" - I am using Firefox. I shut it down then went to xrpscan to look up my address. I see the Flare message (modified ETH) and also the Flare Account under it. Should I be OK? Also I had to re-paste the modified ETH address I got an "invalid size" message the first time. I am guessing I pasted an extra space or something. Just sharing the experience and wondering if others had the same or similar.
  7. I may have got around my Bithomp tools disconnected issue - found my way to GitHub and will go offline from there.
  8. 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.
  9. 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
  10. 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.
  11. 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)?
  12. 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
  13. 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.
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