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I received a few questions on Twitter about the wallet address of the XRP Tipbot - it starts with "rPEPPER". I created an offline wallet generator to do this, generating 100s of wallets per second, scanning the generated wallet address for several keywords. Like to share it over here as well. I polished the code a bit and made it open source. Source code and instructions: https://github.com/WietseWind/xrp-vanity-generator If you want to make sure you are safe, download the code and install the dependencies and run the code offline. Feel free to audit the code
All, I've created a mobile/desktop lockscreen & wallpaper generator for my new found crypto addiction I wanted to share with everyone. https://crypto.1tb.ca/ Take it for a drive, much more to come and many more Cryptos to be added, so stay tuned for that. Enjoy. Let me know your thoughts and/or any suggestions you might have. Cheers
You can find it here: https://termhn.github.io/ripplewarpwallet RippleWarpWallet is a fork of the original WarpWallet used for making Ripple wallets instead of bitcoin ones. It is a deterministic ripple address generator. You never have to save or store your secret key anywhere. Just pick a really good passphrase - I recommend using Diceware, an online implementation of which you can find here - and never use it for anything else. This is not an original idea. bitaddress.org's brainwallet is the original inspiration, and the original WarpWallet, of course, inspired this Ripple version. The source code is hosted on github. WarpWallet adds two improvements over the traditional brainwallet: (1) WarpWallet uses scrypt to make address generation both memory and time-intensive. And (2) you can "salt" your passphrase with your email address. Though salting is optional, we recommend it. Any attacker of WarpWallet addresses would have to target you individually, rather than netting you in a wider, generic attack. And your email is trivial to remember, so why not? If you're a programmer and want to implement WarpWallet yourself, here is the algorithm used. Ripple-specific functions are part of the ripple-keypairs npm package... s1 = scrypt(key=(passphrase||0x1), salt=(salt||0x1), N=218, r=8, p=1, dkLen=32) s2 = pbkdf2(key=(passphrase||0x2), salt=(salt||0x2), c=216, dkLen=32, prf=HMAC_SHA256) secret = generateSeed(s1 ⊕ s2) keypair = deriveKeypair(secret) address = deriveAddress(keypair.publicKey)
Hi everyone, So I've been using jatchili's cold wallet generator and wondering what the purpose of the username field is? It seems you can connect to the ripple servers without supplying this, so I don't see the point of it. Also, when I send XRP tokens from my Gatehub wallet to my cold address Gatehub warns me that I'm sending to an address that doesn't belong to me. Should I be concerned about this? Thanks for any help. Cheers, Trippy