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Hey, I'm running a local private rippled network (4 nodes including 2 with full history) (seperated from the ripple)... the question is, in the case when all servers went down is it possible to get them up again and import the data from the nudb files of one of the node containing the full history? NB: I tried using the the import_db stanza but its not working...
How can I import my existing wallet onto the ledger nano s? note: I do not want to transfer XRP from my existing wallet to a new wallet on the ledger nano S. All help appreciated. I don't want more than one wallet, I just want to access my existing wallet on the ledger nano S.
My first post here. Hello. I have searched and read many posts here and elsewhere about moving XRP from Ripple Wallet, etc to a Nano S or really just any different wallet. It seems like the 20 XRP reserve is a real sticking point. I understand that the 20 XRP reserve is required to keep an account active but what if I do not want to old account to remain active? I would like to transfer/move/export/send ALL of my XRP that is in the Ripple Wallet (including the reserve) to my Nano S. Then, close/delete the original Ripple Wallet account, etc. I just want all of my XRP in one place for now. I am still relatively new to all of this as many of you may be as well. So apologies if I am missing some key difference between XRP and most other cryptos. But as it stands, the reserve seems like a way for Ripple to essentially lock you in to your first wallet/account and potentially keep those funds locked up forever? Maybe I am missing something. Maybe there is a way to associate my Ripple Wallet account with my Nano S Ripple Wallet and have all of the funds be available? Thank you in advance for any help.