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ChavasRegal

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  1. I'm with ya mate, was using uphold but the 24hr+ deposit was annoying to say the least. 3D secure didn't work with the app for my bank, forcing me to use thier site and the high transfer fee is unreasonable.. Moved to Wirex and not looking back, deposits took less than a minute to show ?
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    What is your Favourite XRP FUD

    "XRP is a shitcoin." So much time and effort gone in to researching their argument to come to this conclusion.
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    putting xrp in in escrow: Legit (?)

    I'd be willing to pay a fee to have the process automated, as it stands now there is no difference time wise in sending manually on a yearly basis or escrowing and having to release it yearly.
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    putting xrp in in escrow: Legit (?)

    Loving the Harbor wallet so far, but the only thing I don't like about the Escrow feature is having to release it with a password once the date condition is met. I'd like to set up some Escrow contracts up to send my god daughter XRP every year on her birthday but I have to release it with a password/file this is not going to work.
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    CasinoCoin Talk

    Seems like a promising project, think I may have a punt myself ?
  6. Dude you're right, crap I better go sell all my fiat for XRP stat.
  7. Cex.io don't have a problem having USD/EUR/RUB trading pairs either.
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    Where are we all from?

    Gods own country, Yorkshire, Sheffield specifically.
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    250XRP for $350 on Amazon.

    That's a little steep to say the least, on ebay you can get them for under 1XRP/£. But if people buy them...
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    Toast/Rippex help, please

    Rippex didn't steal your XRP as they were never stored on the desktop app, your XRP are stored on the XRPLedger the wallet apps are just a frontend to said ledger, if you had XRP in a wallet and used Rippex to access it, it will still be on the Ledger and the associated private and public keys can be able to access it or import it to another Wallet app. I still use the windows Rippex desktop wallet and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future, I'm not sure what wallet data file the Mac version creates but it might be worth looking in to if you can find it and import it to a working windows Rippex install, as you can select a wallet file to use when launching the app on windows.
  11. Maybe it's because everyone is riding or the storm by hodling and not trading.
  12. I've generated a few, a couple for the purpose of giving children XRP gifts, out of them all I've only had the two I mentioned previously compromised and those were hastily created, there are tutorials for creating paper wallets offline to minimise any risk involved.
  13. Indeed, there are some unscrupulous folks out there.
  14. The wallets weren't compromised due to using Windows, they were compromised due to a spoofed wallet generator that looked and acted like a legitimate and well regarded generator but had the nasty side effect of stealing the private key, there were multiple wallets affected not just the ones I had generated.
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