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  1. The XRP Tip Bot goes live on iOS and Android! I cover the mobile apps' debut, along with why I think it's a 'viral' app, in my guest editorial at ICNN, a news site that is supporting the XRP ecosystem by integrating with the XRP Tip Bot & Coil. Hope you enjoy the read! Feel free to share the blog with a friend or on any other platform - you have my full permission & thanks for doing so! Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/RippleTalk Reddit r/alternativecoin
  2. josuemxli

    Zerps Wallet

    Hi guys! Just to let you know that I published a wallet in the Play Store a couple of days ago as my contribution to the XRP community. Here's the store link, in case you want to try it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.peninsulapps.zerpswallet I'll be glad to receive feedback! Thank you.
  3. Loso

    CoolWallet S

    CoolWallet S is the World's first wireless cold storage device! With it's slim and sleek design it possesses the look and feel of a credit card, fitting perfectly in any wallet. The CoolWallet S is completely wireless and works seamlessly with any iPhone or Android device. Each CoolWallet S is equipped with military grade security, protecting up to five accounts that can each hold an unlimited amount of supported coins. Features Supports BIP-32 and BIP-44 2FA Enabled Secure Element Chip Engraved Waterproof, Durable, and Flexible Bluetooth Enabled Credit Card Size e-Paper Display iOS and Android Devices Compatible 2 Hour Charge Time with 2-3 Week Battery Life Multi-Coin Support
  4. mars75

    Ripple - India

    ***THIS IS ALL SPECULATION*** First of all, if you haven't read my India & Gates Foundation post please do as it will be taking some elements to describe the environment in India. (SUMMARY: A FUTURE PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT COULD INVOLVE THE GATES FOUNDATION DISTRIBUTING CELLULAR DEVICES PRE-INSTALLED WITH AN APP CONNECTED TO THE ILP) India As a quick recap, there are two nation wide movements occurring in India. First, the development and deployment of a centralized biometric database called Aadhaar. Aadhar's purpose is to register and create a digital identity of every citizen in India, especially those that are living in both poverty and rural areas. And second, a governmental initiative on the financial inclusion of the very same people into the Indian finical system. How are these both related? These movements are converging with one another in the utilization of cellular devices. The Indian government, thru the UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India), issues an Aadhaar number to every resident in India that serves residents with a portable identity which can be authenticated anytime anywhere. The Aadhar number is a unique, 12-digit identification number that aids in creating a digital identity for the registree. Individuals that register to Aadhaar automatically gain the capability to purchase a cellular phone and open a bank account. https://uidai.gov.in/enrolment-update/aadhaar-enrolment/aadhaar-services.html http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/02/world/asia/02india.html With Aadhaar being utilized and broaden presently, payment systems have begun to be built on top of it. The NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India) have recently launched the UPI (Unified Payment Interface) which allows banks to transfer money directly to one another based on a single identifier, such as the Aadhaar number. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/innovations/wp/2017/01/23/what-the-u-s-can-learn-from-indias-move-toward-a-cashless-society/?utm_term=.53085c17ae64 Another Source: http://www.npci.org.in/documents/UPI-Linking-Specs-ver-1.1_draft.pdf So where does Ripple fit in all this? Both Indian banks and the NPCI are in discussions with Ripple to facilitate account-to-account transfers globally, without having to be part of any payment network. http://cio.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/enterprise-services-and-applications/ripple-in-talks-with-npci-banks-for-a/c-transfers-globally/58393068 https://www.indianweb2.com/2017/07/15/makers-indias-upi-app-bringing-ripple-technology-india/ There also seems to be mutual interest between Ripple and Indian banks as Yes Bank and Axis banks have officially joined the Ripple network. Dilip Rao has also said in multiple occasions that there is increasing interest by other Indian banks. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/Overseas-remittances-costs-to-reduce-with-new-system/articleshow/53767362.cms On top of this, there has been talks about a payment system being built on top of Aadhaar by the NPCI........ http://techcircle.vccircle.com/2017/02/20/microsofts-india-cloud-plans-get-booster-shot-as-flipkart-signs-up/ So who is Satya Nadella from the previous quote? Satya Nadella is the current CEO of Microsoft, another interesting connection. For those who don't follow the Microsoft and Ripple connection, please refer to my previous post "Ripple/Gates Foundation/India". On top of that Microsoft Azure BaaS has been running a Ripple validating node for quite sometime now. https://azure.microsoft.com/ru-ru/blog/azure-blockchain-as-a-service-update/ And just this past June a cloud provider had just been selected for a number of Indian banks. https://www.coindesk.com/indian-banks-select-microsoft-exclusive-cloud-blockchain-provider/ It's beginning to sound like another bank consortium that has been well publicized around here...... So Ripple has the interest and cooperation of two key parties in India. The NPCI and Microsoft, both who are developing and working on a payment infrastructure built on top of Aadhaar using Azure. We also know that rippled will have a Windows build available in the future. Is there any other connections to Ripple in India worth mentioning? Financial Software & Systems (FSS) in India has been working and cooperating with Ripple as well. FSS works on payments technology and transaction processing, offering business value in the areas of electronic payments and financial transaction processing solutions & services. http://www.fss.co.in/ How are we are of FSS and Ripple's partnership? Thru Dilip Rao's presentation during a FSS "Simple Payments" conference. And what is the significance of this company? FSS in the past had reached an agreement with 6 banks to provide UPI (NPCI) solutions. http://www.thehindu.com/business/Industry/fss-to-provide-upi-solution-for-6-banks/article8480485.ece While more recently FSS has launched "FSS Aadhaar Pay", a comprehensive biometric enabled merchant payment acceptance system that allows merchants to accept customer payments through their Aadhaar linked bank accounts without the need for a physical payment instrument. "FSS Aadhaar Pay", http://www.fsstech.com/news-events/fss-launches-fss-aadhaar-pay-to-augment-government-of-indias-digital-payment-initiative/ https://www.atmmarketplace.com/news/fss-supports-indias-cashless-payment-initiative-with-card-free-solution/ Which coincides with this development, (roughly same time frame) So three key parties in India with some shape of form of cooperation and interest with Ripple, all working on building a payment system on top of Aadhaar..... Towards the end of Rao's linked presentation in the FSS conference, he mentioned globalizing the Indian stack. He's been a busy man (this is one of two post I'll be sharing this week, I ended up complying too much information for one post) EDIT https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/small-biz/startups/newsbuzz/npci-plans-international-remittance-on-upi-platform/articleshow/63540688.cms
  5. Duke67

    XRPtoolkit

    It seems there still is a need for solution to keep your XRPs safe, while still having them available for occasional and sometimes even for more active use. Ripple technology is in many aspects ahead of Bitcoin and other cryptos. I find offline transaction signing one its best features. In today’s world, when no computer can be considered safe anymore, offline signing allows you to keep all sensitive information offline and thus secure and safe. I have prepared a set of tools that follows and leverages Ripple’s Reliable Transaction Submission. It will allow you to monitor Ripple network, ledgers, your accounts and balances. The offline part will also enable you to securely create new accounts, prepare and securely sign payments and submit such offline-generated payments to XRP ledger. For transferring offline generated data to an online device it uses QR codes and this makes active XRP use quick and quite convenient. Unfortunately, this package is not entirely suitable for beginners. It aims more at mid-experienced to advanced users. Also, I wanted to keep those scripts simple and plain and allow anyone to see, understand and inspect its source. This is why some results/error processing is just very subtle. More information, how-to, installation, syntax, examples, download: https://github.com/Duke67/xrptoolkit-nodejs Download: Node.js scripts (offline): https://github.com/duke67/xrptoolkit-nodejs Android app (online): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.duke67.XRPtk The Android application is only available for download from Google Play store and it’s not yet open source (I may make it available later on). Even if not currently available for code review, this architecture can really give you a peace-of-mind because the real magic of this solution is that the online device only sees either public, or signed+encrypted information. iOS app – unfortunately not available now, who wants to develop it? Also, feel free to improve or enhance the toolkit or contact me with any idea you may have. Cheers!
  6. oddslotcom

    Uninstall ToastWallet

    Does anybody know how to completely uninstall Toast Wallet from my phone or PC ? Because I have uninstalled the wallet from my Android phone, installed it again but it will remember all wallet data which were installed before. It`s nothing wrong with this wallet ,everything is fine and I love it but I`m just curious if I sell my phone or my laptop and the new owner will install the same wallet then he will have access to my funds (the wallet is still protected by a PIN code but if someone know that PIN will have access to it ). Thanks.
  7. NGP

    Best XRP APP to Use

    Hi Everyone, Looking around for the best XRP App and tracker to use, only finding a couple of useful apps out there for the Ripple users, what would you suggest or use ? Thanks Nick
  8. Speed and convenience have driven change in entire industries, paving the way for businesses that understand its importance. We're about to see the same thing happen to the back-end processing payments for banks. Those that understand will welcome Ripple technology with open arms. Those that want to cling to the legacy ways of transferring money - the ways that take days - will be left in the past! I discuss the importance of convenience and speed, and the absolute impact of customer expectations in my latest blog entry about Ripple technology and XRP. Hope you enjoy & feel free to leave any feedback below. Please feel free to share with others or on any other media & thanks for doing so! My blog announcements on other media: Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/RippleTalk Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum (TBD) Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread (TBD)
  9. jdimstrnate

    Android Forum App

    Anybody have a good forum reader that can recognize and work well with the xrpchat groups? I have tried the free version of tapatalk and I feel like its hit and miss. Sometimes it loads new content othertimes no and I cant manually go to the trading and speculation group because its a club even though I am joined.
  10. TorusNC

    Toast Wallet

    Looks like someone (not me) has released a new wallet, based on Jatchili's Minimalist Client - updated! Not sure how secure/audited the software has been, but it has been pushed to the Google Play store if that means anything. https://toastwallet.com/ https://github.com/ToastWallet/core If secure and robust, it's a very welcome addition to the XRP user-space.
  11. Hi everybody, I'd like to know if there is a ripple wallet for android devices? I did not find any wallet in the Play Store. Att. PDM.
  12. All, I posted a similar query in the zerpbox and received the response "its too difficult" - but I can't get the idea out of my head/ (I.e don't understand it enough to appreciate its complexity!) so can I ask again for some technical help as to why the following won't work? OK -caveat: firstly I am NOT a techie - but I do believe in Cryptocurrencies and have always felt that there needed to be a more regulated approach for them to be accepted by the mainstream society. Consequently I bought XRP around 4 years ago and hold over a million zerps. Right my query is : if we are all lamenting the lack of day to day adoption or use of the ripple network by the guy in the street, why cant we build an app to do this? Why is there not an international currency transfer app using the Ripple network? From a layman's view point I do recognise some challenges such as 1) getting access to the network quickly for a first time user. i.e I download the app and want to send $100 to a friend in Thaliand (who will receive baht) but I don't have a gatehub account and have never heard or Bitstamp or poloniex etc. Could the app create a sender and receiver XRP address to enable this? 2) getting fiat "uploaded" or "paid in" such that you can send it to a recipient instantly: Again if I have downloaded the app but do not have $100 sitting in gatehub (because I have ever heard of it!) but have it in my bank account, how can you enable this transaction without waiting for verification etc of a new gatehub account? How could you accept the sellers visa card without risking a chargeback? 3) having adequate market liquidity such that someone can send/exchange say Gabonese francs to New Zealand dollars (for example): Could you start with the currencies for which there is a market and build from there? Perhaps having a basic "buy" or "sell" foreign currency functionality in the app to help create the liquidity. 4) funding of the app: could this be crowdfunded?? Am I pipedreaming? I for one would be keen to contribute for a share in this. S
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