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Tonnie

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  1. [ Problem solved, just re-installed the old CSC-wallet on my old device...
  2. Hmmm, I also wanted to re-activate my CSC-wallet. Now I have to put in 12 words...but I only have 8. I do have my wallet UUID and my wallet-password. And I have my secretkey. Does anybody know how?
  3. Try 5 wallets and your xrp is tied. no, this is the way to prevent mass wallet making.
  4. Wasn't there something with 3 . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . 1 on Twitter?
  5. Yep, it's because Coinbase has many people on one address. So it needs the id...
  6. Buying xrp has nothing to do with getting a ledger....
  7. Flare is not yet distributed. So there is no flare-token you can have yet.
  8. You know there is a searchengine called Google right? Yust fill in these two words: xlm airdrop. And voila! To be very short: xlm was never airdropped to xrp-holders. Well you could have had xrp during the xlm airdrop but there was no connection.
  9. I read on one of the flare-forums that it gets a first distribution of 15% and afterwards every monthly distribution (2-4%). Maybe Butrue only makes FLR-IOU's of 15% of their xrp-holdings? Otherwise things can get a little risky....
  10. Ah, I get it. So Poloniex has FLR-IOU's? More interesting question is, how do these FLR-IOU's exist? What is backing them up? Not even we know how many FLR will be distributed (If Bitrue thinks to back it up with this)...
  11. Well, do you own any yet 🤷🏻‍♂️
  12. I use Delta. It’s great!
  13. Xrt? Hope you mean xrp? ledger-adress is your own adress. So it needs no destination tag. adress of the Exchange needs a tag because it had a lot of people on one xrp-adress.
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